CD Infidelity: Music from the Lifetime Original TV Movie (CD 992669),
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Infidelity: Music from the Lifetime Original TV Movie

  • 1. Good Girl - Theresa Andersson
    2. Jump to the Music - Henry Butler
    3. Oh No No No - Jon Cleary
    4. Latin Tinge - Los Hombres Calientes: Irving Mayfield & Bill Summers
    5. It's Gonna Be Okay - Theresa Andersson
    6. Cuban Suite, Pt. 1 - Los Hombres Calientes: Irving Mayfield & Bill Summers
    7. Cuban Suite, Pt. 2 - Los Hombres Calientes: Irving Mayfield & Bill Summers
    8. Cuban Suite, Pt. 3 - Los Hombres Calientes: Irving Mayfield & Bill Summers
    9. Cheating on You - Jon Cleary
    10. Casino - Henry Butler
    11. Angel in the Day (Devil at Night) - Dr. Michael White
    12. Ain't Misbehavin' - Kermit Ruffins
    13. Affair, The - Irvin Mayfield
    14. Comparsa N.O. - Los Hombres Calientes: Irving Mayfield & Bill Summers
    15. Baby Won't You Please Come Home - Kermit Ruffins
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 704

  • Credits
    ProducerMark Samuels; Willie Samuels

    Performers include: Theresa Andersson, Henry Butler, Kermit Ruffins, Los Hombres Calientes, Jon Cleary, Dr. Michael White.
    Personnel: Jon Cleary (vocals, guitar, piano, keyboards, background vocals); Vasti Jackson (vocals, guitar, background vocals); Cornell Williams, Derwin "Big D" Perkins (vocals, guitar); Anders Osborne (vocals, slide guitar, background vocals); Theresa Andersson (vocals, violin); Kermit Ruffins (vocals, trumpet); Henry Butler (vocals, piano); Jeff Alexander (vocals, drums); Yvette Summers, Bill Summers (vocals, percussion); Ivan Neville (vocals, background vocals); Nick Daniels, Thais Clark (vocals); Glenn LeBlanc (guitar, electric guitar); Detroit Brooks (guitar, banjo); Shane Theriot (acoustic guitar); Rachel Jordan (violin); Bruce Owen (viola); Louisiana Philharmonic String Quartet (strings); Dr. Michael White (clarinet); Aaron Fletcher (soprano saxophone, alto saxophone); Roderick Paulin (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone); Mark Braud, Irvin Mayfield, Leonard Brown (trumpet); Corey Henry, Stephen Walker , Lucien Barbarin (trombone); Kerry Lewis (tuba); Richard G. Johnson, Emile Vinette, Victor Atkins, Ronald Markham, Steve Pistorius (piano); Lupe Valdiviez, Jerry Anderson, Horacio "El Negro" Hernndez, Herman Lebeaux, Jason Marsalis, Jaz Sawyer, Willie Green (drums); Daniel Sadownick (percussion); Neal Cappellino (drum programming); Nick Daniels III (background vocals).
    Recording information: Mea Culpa Studios (2001-2003).
    Arrangers: Billy Gaudin; Irvin Mayfield; Jon Cleary; Alexandra Scott; Anders Osborne.
    There ought to be a law that from now on, the Basin Street label will be responsible for providing the soundtrack music to all movies filmed in New Orleans. Not just because Basin Street's stable of artists is of such consistently high quality, but because it represents such a good cross section of local styles, from Jon Cleary's world-weary R&B to Henry Butler's jubilant boogie, and from los Hombres Calientes' pan-Caribbean Creole jazz to the second-line classicism of Dr. Michael White and Kermit Ruffins. You may not have seen (or even heard about) the made-for-TV-movie that originally featured these songs, but it doesn't matter; just think of this album as a generous overview of one of America's best independent jazz labels. Sit back and enjoy the sassy vocals of Thais Clark on White's "Angel in the Day (Devil at Night)" and the gorgeous three-part "Cuban Suite" by los Hombres Calientes, not to mention Cleary's slowly percolating "Oh No No No" and Ruffins' joyful take on "Ain't Misbehavin'." Theresa Andersson's gritty folk-rock is a little bit startling in this context, but it's definitely worth hearing on its own terms. Recommended. ~ Rick Anderson

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