HighNote CD 7018
The Many Faces of Ernie Andrews
Andrews is one of the top male vocalists/entertainers currently active on the jazz scene today. His unique style, formed in his early years with the Harry James Band, lends itself equally well to a small-combo setting, as on Ernie's current offering. Ernie's style is instantly recognizable, totally his own yet giving a sympathetic nod towards the great male jazz vocalists, such as Al Hibbler, et al. His personality is of a size commensurate with that of his talent and Ernie always has audiences on their feet and is a favorite with radio programmers nationwide.
Ernie Andrews- vocals; Houston Person- tenor saxophone; Aaron graves- piano; John Webber- bass; Kenny Washington- drums
Tracks: Some Enchanted Evening; If I had You; From This Moment On; Ellington Medley: Satin Doll/I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good/Take the "A" Train; Let's Start All Over Again; Something I Dreamed Last Night; Old Folks; Medley: Articulated Blues/Parker's Mood; Over The Rainbow.
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