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Trumpeter and pop music iconand his wife, former vocalist , have recorded and performed together a few times since meeting over 43 years ago. However, it wasn't until 2007 that the duo began touring and performing regularly. In 2009, they released the album , which found them interpreting standards and Brazilian music. They followed that album up with 2011's , which continued in the jazz, Brazilian, and Latin music vein, adding in more contemporary pop songs. and 's 2013 release, , also features a warm collection of songs that hit upon all the stylistic touchstones of their careers, from '60s novelty instrumentals to Latin music, Brazilian bossa nova, smooth jazz, and American popular song standards. Once again joining and here is their touring ensemble featuring pianist/keyboardist , drummer/percussionist , and bassist . also reunites with keyboardist , who appeared on 's 1997 album, , and who produced his 1996 album, . Generally speaking, is the most stylistically varied of the three / albums, moving from an electronic/dance reworking of "Puttin' on the Ritz" to the atmospheric orchestral ballad "I Only Have Eyes for You," 's poignant interpretation of 's "What'll I Do?," a dramatic symphonic take on 's 1982 nuevo tango masterpiece "Oblivion," and the smooth funk of the / original "Migration." The album even ends with revisiting his 1963 breakthrough hit "The Lonely Bull," this time with additional orchestral and electronic flourishes that sound less '60s lounge pad and more contemporary James Bond action movie theme, accented by 's -influenced soloing. Ultimately, " represents not just the third album in a trilogy, but a loving creative partnership that, for and , spans a lifetime.