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And I'll Sing Once More *

  • 1. Heroes
    2. Kate the Roommate
    3. Sound of Music, The
    4. Storm
    5. Beyond the Barren Lands
    6. Chant
    7. Nefertiti
    8. Let the Moon Stand Still
    9. Very Thought of You, The
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 63133-2

  • Credits
    ProducerJohn Snyder
    EngineerJay Newland; Joe Lopes

    Personnel: Christopher Hollyday (alto saxophone), Scott Robinson (tenor & baritone saxophones, flute, clarinet), Earl Gardner (trumpet, flugelhorn), John Mosca, Ed Neumeister (trombone), Douglas Purviance (bass trombone), John Clark (French horn), Mark Feldman (violin), Kenny Werner (piano), Scott Colley (bass), Ron Savage (drums), Janey Haddad (talking drum, caxixi, Indian bells, frame drum), Eric Charry (tanpura).
    Recorded at BMG Recording Studios, New York on January 14-16, 1992. Includes liner notes by Ken Franckling.
    All songs written by Christopher Hollyday or Kenny Werner except "The Sound Of Music" (Richard Rodgers/Oscar Hammerstein), "Nefertiti" (Wayne Shorter) and "The Very Thought Of You" (Ray Noble).
    Personnel: Christopher Hollyday (alto saxophone); Mark Feldman (violin); Scott Robinson (flute, alto flute, clarinet, bass clarinet, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone); Earl Gardner, Joe Mosello (trumpet, flugelhorn); John Clark (French horn); Ed Neumeister, Ed Meumeister, John Mosca (trombone); Douglas Purviance (bass trombone); Kenny Werner (piano); Jamey Haddad (drums, frame drum, talking drum, caxixi); Ron Savage (drums).
    Liner Note Authors: Ken Franckling; Kenny Werner.
    Recording information: 01/14/1992-01/16/1992.
    Arranger: Kenny Werner.
    By the time he recorded his fourth Novus release, alto saxophonist Christopher Hollyday, who often sounded like a particularly abrasive version of his teacher Jackie McLean, was starting to show some individuality. Then 22, Hollyday is heard on this set with a 14-piece group that includes six brass, Scott Robinson on reeds, violinist Mark Feldman and two Indian percussionists. He performs four originals, two by pianist Kenny Werner and three standards, exploring the area between hard bop and post-bop. Shortly after this set, Hollyday was dropped by Novus and began a long hiatus from recording. ~ Scott Yanow

  • Critic Reviews
    Down Beat (9/92, p.34) - 4.5 Stars - Very Good Plus - "...evokes the spirit of the classic Gil Evans-Miles Davis collaborations...this ain't just another kid who can move his digits uncommonly fast. This one's got ideas to support those blazing chops..."
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