West 42nd Street

~ Release by Gary Bartz Quintet (see all versions of this release, 1 available)

Tracklist

CD 1
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1West 42nd Street
recording engineer:
Malcolm Addey (on 1990-03-31)
executive producer:
Alan Bates (Producer, possibly other roles)
producer:
Mark Morganelli
double bass [bass]:
Ray Drummond (on 1990-03-31)
drums (drum set):
Al Foster (on 1990-03-31)
piano:
John Hicks (American jazz pianist) (on 1990-03-31)
spoken vocals [Introduction]:
Mark Morganelli (on 1990-03-31)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Black Lion Productions Ltd. (company, for copyrights purposes) (in 1990)
recorded at:
Birdland (NYC, 1986–1996) in New York, United States (on 1990-03-31)
live recording of:
West 42nd Street (on 1990-03-31)
composer:
Wilbur Harden
8:52
2Speak Low
recording engineer:
Malcolm Addey (on 1990-03-31)
executive producer:
Alan Bates (Producer, possibly other roles)
producer:
Mark Morganelli
double bass [bass]:
Ray Drummond (on 1990-03-31)
drums (drum set):
Al Foster (on 1990-03-31)
piano:
John Hicks (American jazz pianist) (on 1990-03-31)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Black Lion Productions Ltd. (company, for copyrights purposes) (in 1990)
recorded at:
Birdland (NYC, 1986–1996) in New York, United States (on 1990-03-31)
live instrumental recording of:
One Touch of Venus: Speak Low (on 1990-03-31)
lyricist:
Ogden Nash
composer:
Kurt Weill (composer)
publisher:
Chappell & Co.
part of:
One Touch of Venus
19:11
3It's Easy to Remember
recording engineer:
Malcolm Addey (on 1990-03-31)
executive producer:
Alan Bates (Producer, possibly other roles)
producer:
Mark Morganelli
double bass [bass]:
Ray Drummond (on 1990-03-31)
drums (drum set):
Al Foster (on 1990-03-31)
piano:
John Hicks (American jazz pianist) (on 1990-03-31)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Black Lion Productions Ltd. (company, for copyrights purposes) (in 1990)
recorded at:
Birdland (NYC, 1986–1996) in New York, United States (on 1990-03-31)
live instrumental recording of:
It’s Easy to Remember (and So Hard to Forget) (on 1990-03-31)
lyricist:
Lorenz Hart (in 1935)
composer:
Richard Rodgers (composer) (in 1935)
publisher:
Famous Music Corporation
11:46
4Cousins
recording engineer:
Malcolm Addey (on 1990-03-31)
executive producer:
Alan Bates (Producer, possibly other roles)
producer:
Mark Morganelli
double bass [bass]:
Ray Drummond (on 1990-03-31)
drums (drum set):
Al Foster (on 1990-03-31)
piano:
John Hicks (American jazz pianist) (on 1990-03-31)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Black Lion Productions Ltd. (company, for copyrights purposes) (in 1990)
recorded at:
Birdland (NYC, 1986–1996) in New York, United States (on 1990-03-31)
live recording of:
Cousins (on 1990-03-31)
composer:
Gary Bartz
10:03
5The Night Has a Thousand Eyes
recording engineer:
Malcolm Addey (on 1990-03-31)
executive producer:
Alan Bates (Producer, possibly other roles)
producer:
Mark Morganelli
double bass [bass]:
Ray Drummond (on 1990-03-31)
drums (drum set):
Al Foster (on 1990-03-31)
piano:
John Hicks (American jazz pianist) (on 1990-03-31)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Black Lion Productions Ltd. (company, for copyrights purposes) (in 1990)
recorded at:
Birdland (NYC, 1986–1996) in New York, United States (on 1990-03-31)
recording of:
The Night Has a Thousand Eyes (on 1990-03-31)
writer:
Marilyn Garrett, Dottie Wayne and Ben Weisman
publisher:
Blen Music, Music Publishing Company of America, Shelby Music, Sony Music Publishing (Japan) Inc., ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label) and ワーナー・チャペル音楽出版 Synch事業部
18:57

Credits

Release

photography:Mitchell Seidel
liner notes:Mark Gardner (American jazz critic, writer of liner notes.)
graphic design:Malcolm Walker (design)
alto saxophone and soprano saxophone:Gary Bartz (on 1990-03-31)
flugelhorn and trumpet:Claudio Roditi (on 1990-03-31)
manufactured by:P+O Pallas (manufacturer)
copyrighted (©) by:Black Lion Productions Ltd. (company, for copyrights purposes) (in 1990)
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/release/7552194 [info]