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Brothers [Ken & Harry Watters]

  • 1. Girls Back Home, The
    2. I'm Getting Sentimental over You
    3. Autumn Leaves
    4. Diversion
    5. Moonlight in Vermont
    6. What Is This Thing Called Love?
    7. Close to the Vest
    8. Trinidad
    9. Body and Soul
    10. In a Sentimental Mood
    11. Over the Rainbow
    12. Girls Back Home, The - (radio edit)
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 234

  • Credits
    EngineerMike Brorby

    Personnel: Ken Watters (trumpet); Harry Watters (trombone); Kenny Werner (piano); Scott Colley (acoustic bass); Scott Neumann (drums).
    Producers: Ken Watters, Johnny Sandlin, Jim Cavender.
    Recorded at Acoustic Recording, New York, New York from May 13-15, 1998. Includes liner notes by Douglas Turner.
    Personnel: Ken & Harry Watters (trumpet); Harry Watters (trombone); Kenny Werner (piano); Scott Neumann (drums).
    Recording information: Acoustic Recording, Brooklyn, NY (03/13/1998-03/15/1998).
    Editor: Jeff Everett.
    Trumpeter Ken Watters co-leads this talented mainstream quintet with his brother, trombonist Harry Watters, for a pleasant mix of standards and originals. With a strong rhythm section anchored by pianist Kenny Werner, the group is reminiscent of the Bill Watrous/ Danny Stiles partnership of the 1970s. Brother Harry continues to impress with his remarkable technique, gorgeous tone, outstanding range, and emotion-laden style. He is clearly poised to emerge as one of the leading jazz trombonists on the scene. (Just hear him do Tommy Dorsey on "I'm Getting Sentimental Over You.") Ken, who takes lead billing, is a solid player with a fine approach and feel for the material. A good choice of tunes (including "Autumn Leaves," What is This Thing Called Love," "Body and Soul," and "Over the Rainbow") and excellent solos overcome the sometimes stiff arrangements. ~ Steven A. Loewy

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