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Album: Back In New York
# Song Title   Time
1)    What Is This Thing Called Love Album Version More Info... 7:15
2)    Wonder Why Album Version More Info... 8:25
3)    Blue N Boogie Album Version More Info... 6:10
4)    I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face Album Version More Info... 5:12
5)    Lullaby Of The Leaves Album Version More Info... 8:07
6)    Fine And Dandy Album Version More Info... 6:16
7)    Bouncing With Bud Album Version More Info... 5:53
8)    Love Letters Album Version More Info... 7:07
9)    This Is Always Album Version More Info... 5:39
10)    I've Just Seen Her Album Version More Info... 8:11
 
New or Used: £7.81

Album: Back In New York
# Song Title   Time
1)    What Is This Thing Called Love Album Version More Info... 7:15
2)    Wonder Why Album Version More Info... 8:25
3)    Blue N Boogie Album Version More Info... 6:10
4)    I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face Album Version More Info... 5:12
5)    Lullaby Of The Leaves Album Version More Info... 8:07
6)    Fine And Dandy Album Version More Info... 6:16
7)    Bouncing With Bud Album Version More Info... 5:53
8)    Love Letters Album Version More Info... 7:07
9)    This Is Always Album Version More Info... 5:39
10)    I've Just Seen Her Album Version More Info... 8:11
 
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Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Scott Hamilton (saxophone, tenor saxophone); Peter Washington (double bass); Bill Charlap (piano); Kenny Washington (drums).
  • Audio Mixer: Phil Edwards .
  • Liner Note Author: Peter Straub.
  • Recording information: Nola Studios, New York, NY (09/09/2004-09/10/2004).
  • Photographer: Lisa Stein.
  • Journeyman tenor saxophonist Scott Hamilton keeps things light and swinging on Back in New York. Bringing to mind a mix of Dexter Gordon and Ben Webster, Hamilton has always displayed an unerring classicist aesthetic, and this album is no exception. Featuring the deft rhythm section of pianist Bill Charlap, bassist Peter Washington, and drummer Kenny Washington, Back in New York is a template for what solid modern mainstream jazz should sound like. To these ends, Hamilton kicks things into gear with a sprightly take on "What Is This Thing Called Love," nudges his way through a tasty samba version of "Love Letters," and keeps thing warm and fuzzy on "This Is Always." ~ Matt Collar
Professional Reviews
JazzTimes (p.100) - "[T]he collaboration on this nicely varied program of 10 jazz and popular standards eschews fireworks and grandstanding in favor of understatement and finesse."
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