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- Released: July 16, 1996
- Originally Released: 1996
- Label: Milestone
- 1.Guacho, El
- 2.19th Street
- 4.Cerulean Blue
- 5.Dark Shadows
- 7.A Certain Vibe
- 8.Lament for Booker
- 9.Dawning Dance
- 10.The Water Is Wide
Personnel: Eddie Henderson (trumpet); Lee Menzies (vocals); Kevin Hays (piano, Fender Rhodes); George Colligan (piano); Joe Locke (vibraphone, marimba); Ed Howard (bass); Lewis Nash, Billy Hart (drums); Steve Berrios (percussion).
Recorded at Clinton Recording Studios, New York, New York in September 1995. Includes liner notes by Chip Stern.
Personnel: Eddie Henderson (trumpet); Lee Menzies (vocals); Kevin Hays (piano, Fender Rhodes piano); Fender Rhodes, George Colligan (piano); Joe Locke (vibraphone, marimba, background vocals); Lewis Nash , Billy Hart (drums); Steve Berrios (percussion).
Audio Mixer: David Luke.
Liner Note Author: Chip Stern.
Recording information: Clinton Recordings Studio, New Zealand.
Photographer: John Abbott .
Unknown Contributor Role: George Horn.
Although overlooked in jazz polls, trumpeter Eddie Henderson (who made his initial impression during the late 1960s/early '70s), recorded some of his final records as a leader in the mid-1990s. For this set, Henderson works quite well with vibraphonist Joe Locke (who also doubles on his atmospheric marimba) and a fine rhythm section during a variety of challenging pieces, including fairly obscure works by Wayne Shorter, Chick Corea, Joe Henderson, Freddie Hubbard, Locke and Henderson. The closing "The Water Is Wide" has a haunting wordless vocal by Henderson's daughter Lee Menzies; they had not seen each other in 15 years, and it was recorded on the same day that the trumpeter's mother passed away. An intriguing set of post-bop jazz. ~ Scott Yanow