The Long Road Home

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/13/2007
  • Label: Flying Dolphin
  • UPC: 693692004526
  • Catalog Number: 1044
  • Sales rank: 92,370

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Ernie Watts Primary Artist, Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Mark Whitfield Electric Guitar
Carmen Lundy Vocals
Kenny Barron Piano
Reggie Workman Bass, Acoustic Bass
Technical Credits
Charles Mingus Composer
Jim Anderson Engineer
Roger "Ram" Ramirez Composer
Akira Taguchi Producer
Alan Yoshida Mastering
Jimmy Sherman Composer
F. Ron Miller Art Direction
Sam Gay Creative Design
Terry Hoff Illustrations, Cover Art
Jimmy Davis Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    My most listened to CD in my collection.

    Lord have mercy!!! I can listen to this CD all night long!!! Ernie Watts is full of surprizes! Taking his based in blues jazz straight to the heart. Not to mention the recording quality. I can't even describe how good this CD is. Could Ernie Watts be the Stevie Ray Vaughan of saxophonists? Buy this CD, and you be the judge. BTW, for you soft hearted types, may I suggest a box of tissues.

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