Personnel: Maxine Sullivan (vocals); Phil Bodner (alto saxophone, clarinet, flute); Glenn Zottola (alto saxophone, trumpet); Al Klink (tenor saxophone); Keith Ingham (piano); Marty Grosz, Chris Flory (guitar); Phil Flanigan (bass); Jackie Williams (drums); Bob Rosengarden (bongos).
Recorded in New York, New York on May 15-16 and June 4, 1985. Originally released on Stash (257). Includes liner notes by Will Friedwald and Edward Jablonski.
Personnel: Maxine Sullivan (vocals); Chris Flory, Marty Grosz (guitar); Phil Bodner (flute, clarinet, alto saxophone); Keith Ingham (flute, clarinet, tenor saxophone, piano, bodhran); Glenn Zottola (alto saxophone, trumpet); Al Klink (tenor saxophone); Jackie Williams (drums); Bobby Rosengarden (bongos).
Liner Note Authors: Edward Jablonski; Will Friedwald.
Recording information: New York, NY (05/15/1985-06/04/1985).
Photographer: Marc Bryan-Brown.
Arranger: Keith Ingham.
On this project, Maxine Sullivan (already a top jazz vocalist for 48 years) sings tasteful versions of 16 songs written by the underrated but very talented composer Burton Lane. Best-known among the tunes (which feature Sullivan accompanied by pianist Keith Ingham and such fine players as trumpeter Glenn Zottola, Phil Bodner on clarient and alto, and guitarist Marty Grosz) are "The Lady's in Love With You," "Everything I Have Is Yours," "On a Clear Day" and "I Hear Music," but even the obscurities are superior. ~ Scott Yanow
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