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Here & Gone
1. St. Louis Blues
2. Brother Ray
3. I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town
4. Basin Street Blues
5. Stoney Lonesome
6. I Believe to My Soul
7. What Will I Tell My Heart?
8. Please Send Me Someone to Love
9. I've Got News for You
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 001115202
Phil Ramone; Phil Ramone
Dean Sharenow; Jonathan Joseph; Joe Ferla; Michael C. Ross; Otto D'Agnolo; Lawrence Manchester
Adapter: Gil Goldstein.
Personnel: Eric Clapton (vocals, guitar); Joss Stone (vocals); Derek Trucks, Russell Malone (guitar); John Moses, Charles Pillow (bass clarinet); Lou Marini (tenor saxophone); Howard Johnson (baritone saxophone); Keyon Harrold, Lew Soloff, Wallace Roney (trumpet); Gil Goldstein (Fender Rhodes piano, Wurlitzer piano, Wurlitzer organ); Ricky Peterson (Hammond b-3 organ); Christian McBride (bass instrument); Steve Gadd (drums, drum).
Audio Mixer: Joe Ferla.
Recording information: Chaton Studios, Phoenix, AZ; Hiatus, New York, NY; Jacksonville, FL; Legacy Recording Studios, New York, NY; Mama Stone's Recording Studio, Ashill, England; Olympic Studios, London, England; Studio 835, Los Angeles, CA.
Photographers: Lynn Goldsmith; Joanne Savio.
Arranger: Gil Goldstein.
David Sanborn's 23 release as a leader finds the veteran saxophonist looking back to his roots. While still fitting comfortably within the smooth, accessible sound Sanborn is known for, HERE AND GONE salutes the blues, R&B, and pop genres that inspired the artist in his youth. Covers of Percy Mayfield's "Please Send Me Someone to Love" and Ray Charles's "I Believe It to My Soul" are two cases in point. The album also shines with guest stars, including Eric Clapton, Joss Stone, Derek Trucks, and Steve Gadd, among many others. With help from his friends, Sanborn goes straight to the bluesy heart of jazz, an aim that's immediately apparent on the standard, "St. Louis Blues," that kicks off the album. Overflowing with excellent playing, HERE AND GONE is soulful and sweet, and shows Sanborn coming full circle.
JazzTimes (p.68) - "There's a joyful bounce to David Sanborn's playing on HERE AN DGONE that stands up to repeated listening. You get the feeling he had a ball recording it."
Record Collector (magazine) (p.93) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[With] ear-catching cameos...but they don't distract from Sanborn's gutsy sax, which shines most refulgent on Gil Goldstein's elegant big band arrangements of 'St. Louis Blues' and 'Basin St. Blues.' Undoubtedly Sanborn's best set in years."
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