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How About Me
     

How About Me

by Ernie Andrews
 
The irrepressible Ernie Andrews continues his late-career renaissance with How About Me. Produced by saxophonist Houston Person, Andrews fronts a quintet with Person, guitarist Terry Evans, pianist and arranger Phil Wright, Richard Simon on bass, and

Overview

The irrepressible Ernie Andrews continues his late-career renaissance with How About Me. Produced by saxophonist Houston Person, Andrews fronts a quintet with Person, guitarist Terry Evans, pianist and arranger Phil Wright, Richard Simon on bass, and Frank Wilson on drums. The material ranges from all over the place, but most comes from the 1940s and '50s. Andrews is in fine form on cuts like the Eddie Lane and John Jacob Loeb classic "Boulevard of Memories," Leonard Feather's fine jump blues, "She's Got the Blues for Sale," and the Duke Ellington nugget "It Shouldn't Happen to a Dream." The title cut is one of Andrews' finest performances in recent years -- with his version of the Irving Berlin masterpiece "How About Me." This is a solid date form start to finish.

Product Details

Release Date:
01/31/2006
Label:
Highnote
UPC:
0632375715120
catalogNumber:
7151
Rank:
254471

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Performance Credits

Ernie Andrews   Primary Artist,Vocals
Houston Person   Tenor Saxophone
Terry Evans   Guitar
Frank Wilson   Drums
Phil Wright   Piano
Frank Beaty Wilson   Drums

Technical Credits

Johnny Hodges   Composer
Houston Person   Producer,Audio Production
Duke Ellington   Composer
Joe Fields   Executive Producer
M. Gordon   Composer
Harry Warren   Composer
Bob Wayne   Engineer
Don George   Composer
Eddie Lane   Composer
John Jacob Loeb   Composer
Ray Osnato   Liner Notes

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