Personnel: Woody Herman (clarinet, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone).
In 1954 Woody Herman recorded one of his most unusual sets, a purely vocal album in which he was accompanied by the Erroll Garner Trio. Herman, who originally sang on half of his band's recordings, was always an expressive ballad singer and he does a fine job on such standards as "My Melancholy Baby," "Let's Fall in Love" and "I'm Beginning to See the Light." The humorous photo on this out-of-print LP is an extra bonus. ~ Scott Yanow
14763OWoody Herman / Erroll Garner - Herman / Garner, Volume 37 - Music For Tired Lovers [import] (CD)http://d3dvedx3sqrauf.cloudfront.net/i/boxart/large/22/4011222240019.jpg?v=313.9812.58USDOutOfStockOriginal Long PlayCDJazzWoody-HermanErroll-Garner2010-04-16