Etta Jones – Etta Jones ’75

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inkl. der Single „I Think I’ll Tell Him“, „Grandma’s Hand“ (im Original von Bill Withers) und „When you were Sweet Sixteen“

Liner Notes von Houston Person (Saxophon Solos und Mit-Produzent):

For the Die-Hard Jazz fan, Etta Jones needs no introduction. For the new listener she has been recorded extensively – most notably, her recording of „Don’t Got To Stranger“, which was a million seller.
Here, she is presented in a setting of standards for which she is famous. Sie is also doing some of contemporary songs.
We sincerely hope you enjoy this album. We certainly enjoyed doing it. Etta is still the boss.
We’d like to extend a special thanks to:
Billy Ver Planck for his imaginative arranging and conducting on side one.
Cedar Walton for his inspiring rhythm section on side two.
Armen Boladian and Bernie Mendelson for their generosity, patience and most of all, for letting us habe a free hand.

Housten Person


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