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Dr.JOHN - In A Sentimental Mood 1989

Dr.JOHN - In A Sentimental Mood 1989
1990 Issue.925889-1

On Dr. John's first major-label effort, and first vocal studio album in ten years, he performs a set of pop standards including Cole Porter's "Love for Sale" and Johnny Mercer's "Accentuate the Positive." After starting out with a wild stage act and unusual costumes, Dr. John has evolved into a vocal stylist and piano virtuoso, which makes the idea of doing this sort of material appealing. And he does it well, turning out a leisurely duet with Rickie Lee Jones on "Makin' Whoopee" that won a Grammy (Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Duo or Group), and giving sad feeling to "My Buddy." Maybe he has changed since the Gris Gris days, but even a mellowed Dr. John is a tasty one. By William Ruhlmann.
Mac "Dr. John" Rebennack- (Vocals, Keyboards);
Rickie Lee Jones- (Vocals);
Paul Jackson- (Acoustic Guitar);
Hugh McCracken- (Guitar);
David "Fathead" Newman- (Sax);
Larry Williams- (Synthesizer);
Marcus Miller, Abraham Laboriel- (Bass);
Harvey Mason, Jeff Porcaro- (Drums);
Lenny Castro, Trazi- (Percussion).
A1. Makin' Whoopee! 4:09
Vocals [Female] - Rickie Lee Jones
Written-By - Gus Kahn , Walter Donaldson
A2. Candy 5:33
Written-By - Alex Kramer , Joan Whitney , Mack David
A3. Accentuate The Positive 3:55
Written-By - Johnny Mercer
A4. My Buddy 3:50
Written-By - Gus Kahn , Walter Donaldson
A5. In A Sentimental Mood 4:05
Written-By - Duke Ellington , Irving Mills , Manny Kurtz
B1. Black Night 4:12
Written-By - Jessie Mae Robinson
B2. Don't Let The Sun Catch You Cryin' 4:52
Written-By - Joe Greene
B3. Love For Sale 5:18
Written-By - Cole Porter
B4. More Than You Know 4:40
Written-By - William Rose* , Edward Eliscu , Vincent Youmans **

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