- Released: May 1, 1997
- Originally Released: 2004
- Label: Concord Records
- 1.Thank Heaven For Little Girls
- 3.That Face
- 4.Baby Mine
- 5.The Best Gift
- 7.God Bless The Child
- 8.Look To The Rainbow
- 9.Turn Around
- 10.Hello Young Lovers
- 11.Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams
- 12.And I'll Be There
- 13.Pick Yourself Up
- 14.Look For The Silver Lining
- 15.Funny Face
- 16.Child Is Only A Moment
Personnel: Rosemary Clooney, Keith Carradine (vocals): Gary Foster (alto, tenor & soprano saxophones, flute, recorder); Vince Trombetta (tenor saxophone); Warren Luening (trumpet, flugelhorn); John Oddo (piano, synthesizer); Dennis Budimir (guitar); Chuck Berghofer (bass); Joe LaBarbera (drums).
Recorded at Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, California on October 21-24, 1996.
MOTHERS & DAUGHTERS was nominated for a 1998 Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance.
Personnel: Rosemary Clooney (vocals); Keith Carradine (vocals); Dennis Budimir (guitar); Marcia Dickstein (harp); Assa Drori, Carolyn Osborn, Bob Sanov, Gwen Heller, Tiffany Hu, Kirstin Fife, David Stenske, Darius Campo (violin); Kenneth Burward-Hoy, Roland Kato (viola); Mathew Cooker, Timothy Landauer (cello); Gary Foster (flute, recorder, woodwinds, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone); Gene Cipriano, Greg Huckins (woodwinds); Vince Trombetta (tenor saxophone); Warren Luening (trumpet, flugelhorn); Steven Becknell, Marni Johnson , Joe Meyer (French horn); Tom Ranier (piano, celesta); John Oddo (piano, synthesizer); Joe La Barbera (drums); Joe Porcaro (percussion).
Audio Mixer: Leslie Ann Jones.
Liner Note Author: Rosemary Clooney.
Recording information: Capitol studios, Los Angeles, CA (06/23/1996-10/24/1996).
Photographer: Bob Carey .
Arrangers: Earl Brown ; John Oddo.
From her productive Concord period, Mothers & Daughters is among Rosemary Clooney's strongest sellers. Though tenor saxophonist Scott Hamilton is missing, the selections (some of which deal with children) are often overly sentimental, and the jazz content (despite some brief spots for the reeds of Gary Foster) is nearly nonexistent, Clooney is in reasonably good voice (she was 68 at the time) and it's good to have the classic "Sisters" (from Holiday Inn) on record. ~ Scott Yanow