- Released: October 1, 1994
- Originally Released: 2001
- Label: Concord Records
Jazziz - 2/95, p.89
"...McCorkle really stretches herself....consistently uplifts all of the songs....McCorkle's warm and highly expressive voice is heard at its best throughout this enjoyable set..."
- 1.Guys And Dolls
- 2.Once You've Been In Love
- 3.Chica Chica Boom Chic
- 4.My Buddy
- 5.It's Easy To Remember
- 6.Don't Fence Me In
- 7.One Of The Good Guys
- 8.I Don't Think I'll End It All Today
- 9.Moody's Mood
- 10.He Loves Me - (bonus track)
- 11.Friend Like Me - (bonus track)
- 12.I Remember Bill
Personnel: Susannah McCorkle (vocals), Dick Oatts (alto & soprano saxophone, flute), Randy Sandke (trumpet, flugelhorn), Robert Trowers (trombone), Ken Peplowski (clarinet, tenor saxophone), Allen Farnham (piano), Frank Vignola (guitar), Kiyoshi Kitagawa (bass), Richard De Rosa (drums).
Personnel: Susannah McCorkle (vocals); Frank Vignola (guitar); Dick Oatts (flute, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone); Ken Peplowski (clarinet, alto clarinet, tenor saxophone); Randy Sandke (trumpet, flugelhorn); Robert Trowers (trombone); Allen Farnham (piano); Richard DeRosa (drums).
Audio Remixer: Phil Edwards .
Liner Note Author: Dr. Chuck Berg.
Recording information: Penny Lane Studios, New York, NY (04/20/1994-04/22/1994).
Photographer: Carlos Spaventa.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Dick Oatts; Frank Vignola; Ken Peplowski; Allen Farnham; Randy Sandke ; Richard DeRosa; Robert Trowers; Kiyoshi Kitagawa.
Arranger: E.L. Jefe.
Susannah McCorkle covers a lot of ground during this 1994 CD on which she is joined by a four-horn octet under the musical direction of pianist Allen Farnham. Whether it be "Guys And Dolls," "My Buddy," "Moody's Mood," Don Sebesky's recent "I Remember Bill" (for Bill Evans) or even "Don't Fence Me In," McCorkle brings an intelligent joy to the lyrics. "Chica Chica Boom Chic" (a tribute to Carmen Miranda) is a bit silly but otherwise this is an excellent set featuring one of the top jazz-influenced interpreter of lyrics to be on the scene in the 1990's. ~ Scott Yanow