CVEN 0090 SA
Single Layer Stereo SACD
A collection of smart arrangements and gorgeous playing!
For Ted Rosenthal's second release on Venus, he dedicated the whole album to Helen Merrill — the exceptional singer who he has accompanied for more than ten years — by performing standars that are closely associated with her.
The album starts with "You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To," a track Merrill made her own on her album with Clifford Brown on trumpet and Quincy Jones as arranger. Rosenthal's smart arrangements and gorgeous, lyrical playing are complemented perfectly by George Mraz on bass and Al Foster on drums. The close interaction between the trio is astounding. Japanese pressing.
"Rosenthal easily meets the challenge of finding fresh paths into these frequently recorded songs..." — AllMusic
• Single Layer Stereo SACD
• This disc will ONLY work on a Super Audio Disc Player
Ted Rosenthal, piano
George Mraz, bass
Al Foster, drums
|1. You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To|
|2. My Funny Valentine|
|3. Alone Together|
|4. Lover Man|
|5. Softly As In A Morning Sunrise|
|6. Don't Explain|
|7. Autumn Leaves|
|8. I Fall In Love Too Easily|
|10. Falling In Love With Love|
|11. 'S Wonderful|