Shirley Horn’s ‘You’re My Thrill’ is a studio album arranged by Johnny Mandel and released on March 13, 2001 by Verve.
Track Listing : 1.You’Re My Thrill (Jay Gorney, Sidney Clare) – 04:45 . 2.The Best Is Yet To Come (Cy Coleman, Carolyn Leigh) – 02:37 . 3.Solitary Moon (Marilyn Bergman, Alan Bergman, Johnny Mandel) – 05:06 . 4.Sharing The Night With The Blues (Emmanuel Logan) – 03:00 . 5.I Got Lost In His Arms (Irving Berlin) – 04:52 . 6.The Rules Of The Road (Cy Coleman, Carolyn Leigh) – 03:37 . 7.My Heart Stood Still (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers) – 04:39 . 8.You’D Better Love Me (While You May) (Timothy Gray, Hugh Martin) – 01:58 . 9.The Very Thought Of You (Ray Noble) – 05:14 . 10.Why Don’T You Do Right? (Kansas Joe Mccoy) – 02:45 . 11.All Night Long (Shirley Horn, Curtis Reginald Lewis) – 07:44
Musicians : Shirley Horn – Piano, Vocals . Charles Ables – Double Bass . Brian Bromberg – Bass . Chuck Domanico – Bass . Steve Schaeffer – Drums . Steve Williams – Drums, Percussion . Dorival Caymmi – Guitar . Russell Malone – Guitar . Alan Broadbent – Piano . Carl Saunders – Trumpet . Larry Bunker – Vibraphone . Johnny Mandel – Conductor
Production : Produced By Johnny Mandel, Tommy Lipuma . Doug Sax – Mastering . Al Schmitt – Engineer . Bill Smith – Engineer, Mixing
Package : Larry Busacca – Photography . Bernie Fuchs – Illustrations . Hollis King – Art Direction
Recorded In 2001.
Released On March 13, 2001 By Verve.
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