Album Details

RELEASE
August 26, 1994
LABEL
Audiophile Records
GENRES
Jazz, Bop, Mainstream Jazz, Vocalese, Cool, Dixieland, Post-Bop, Early Jazz, Vocal Jazz

Album Review

The second of two CDs in this superior Hoagy Carmichael tribute project once again draws its material from the 1981 LP, live performances from 1984-85, and a few studio sessions in 1993. Starred throughout are pianist/vocalist Bob Dorough (most memorably on "Ole Buttermilk Sky" and "Baltimore Oriole," which he practically owns), singer Barbara Lea (wonderful on "Star Dust" and "Old Man Harlem"), and cornetist Dick Sudhalter (featured on instrumental versions of "New Orleans" and "Jubilee"). Artie Baker (on clarinet, tenor and piccolo) and several rhythm sections are also heard. In addition, there are two vocal duets by Lea and Dorough. A very successful project; both CDs are recommended to Hoagy Carmichael fans.
Scott Yanow, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Ooh, What You Said
  2. Baltimore Oriole
  3. Sing It Way Down Low
  4. Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief
  5. New Orleans
  6. Break It up, Cinderella
  7. Small Fry
  8. Stardust
  9. Jubilee
  10. Winter Moon
  11. The Monkey Song
  12. Judy
  13. Ole Buttermilk Sky
  14. Ivy
  15. Washboard Blues
  16. How Little We Know
  17. Memphis in June
  18. Old Man Harlem
  19. I Get Along Without You Very Well