• Joy Of Life0:59
  • Tahoe Moon1:10
  • Hideaway0:52
  • Cruisin'1:07
  • Fields Of Gold0:50
  • When A Man Loves A Woman1:10
  • Pocket City1:08
  • Stiletto Heels1:14
  • Soulful Strut1:12
  • Winelight1:14
  • Last Train Home1:04

YES!  He REALLY DID climb into Eagle Falls at Lake Tahoe for the sake of this album cover!

Taken in Eagle Falls;                  Lake Tahoe, California

Album Crediits



©2017 Beverly Wilson & Brenda Bouschard

from the International Space Station

Lake Tahoe, California - April 11, 2017
Widow Beverly Wilson vowed to finish her husband’s album he was working on for his astronaut friend Reid “Tonto” Wiseman when Baron Von Remmel passed away.

       The late great saxophonist Baron Von Remmel, a.k.a. Remmel Charles WIslon, Jr., is another phenomenal talent, gone way too soon.  Remmel was working on his third album,
“ON THE EDGE:  TUNES FOR TONTO,”  and was close to finishing it with Jim Covington, Sky View Ridge Studios; Big Bear Lake, California, when he passed away on June 11, 2015. Remmel’s widow Beverly Wilson, Executive Producer, felt compelled to bring his project to fruition, as Remmel would say, “The show must go on!”

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Photo taken By Astronaut Reid  "Tonto" Wiseman

         Executive Producer Beverly Wilson approached Brenda Bouschard, Producer,, Musical Director and Manger of Edwin Cook and Cornell Gunter’s COASTERS featuring Edwin Cook,, to help her finish the album.  Remmel had traveled and worked with Brenda, Edwin and the group for almost eight years.  His last project participation was with them on June 4, 2015, at Son Song Recording Studio, T-Bone Demman, Owner / Engineer in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Beverly Wilson

NEW RELEASE:  “ON THE EDGE:  TUNES FOR TONTO” the last CD album of the late, great saxophonist