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Album: East To Wes
# Song Title   Time
1)    Daahound More Info... 5:16
2)    Snowfall More Info... 6:35
3)    Hot House More Info... 5:41
4)    Sweet Georgie Fame More Info... 5:35
5)    Ballad From A Music Box More Info... 7:22
6)    Blues For Herb More Info... 6:23
7)    Softly As In A Morning Sunrise More Info... 8:11
8)    East To Wes More Info... 6:12
 

Album: East To Wes
# Song Title   Time
1)    Daahound More Info... 5:16
2)    Snowfall More Info... 6:35
3)    Hot House More Info... 5:41
4)    Sweet Georgie Fame More Info... 5:35
5)    Ballad From A Music Box More Info... 7:22
6)    Blues For Herb More Info... 6:23
7)    Softly As In A Morning Sunrise More Info... 8:11
8)    East To Wes More Info... 6:12
 
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  • Personnel: Emily Remler (acoustic & electric guitars); Hank Jones (piano); Buster Williams (bass); Marvin "Smitty" Smith (drums).
  • Recorded at Penny Lane Studios, New York, New York in May 1988. Includes liner notes by Nat Hentoff.
  • Personnel: Emily Remler (guitar); Hank Jones (piano); Marvin "Smitty" Smith (drums).
  • Audio Remixer: Phil Edwards .
  • Liner Note Author: Nat Hentoff.
  • Photographer: Hershy Worch.
  • Unknown Contributor Roles: Hank Jones ; Marvin "Smitty" Smith; Buster Williams.
  • The late guitarist's last CD to be released before her premature death is her finest effort. Emily Remler's fluid technique brightens such seldom-heard numbers as Clifford Brown's "Daahoud" and her simplified arrangement of Claude Thornhill's lovely "Snowfall," as well as more relaxed tunes like "Sweet Georgia Fame." The polished rhythm section includes the masterful pianist Hank Jones, bassist Buster Williams, and drummer Marvin "Smitty" Smith. Highly recommended. ~ Ken Dryden
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