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Hot House Flowers

Wynton Marsalis

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Wynton Marsalis, very much in his Miles Davis period, plays quite melodically throughout this ballad-dominated outing with strings. Branford Marsalis (on tenor and soprano), flutist Kent Jordan, pianist Kenny Kirkland, bassist Ron Carter, and drummer Jeff Watts are strong assets but it is Wynton's subtle creativity on such songs as "Stardust," "When You Wish Upon a Star," Duke Ellington's "Melancholia," and "I'm Confessin'" that makes this recording special. The arrangements by Robert Freedman generally keep the strings from sounding too sticky and Wynton's tone is consistently beautiful.
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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1
Stardust (Album Version)
00:04:10

Wynton Marsalis, Performer - Wynton Marsalis, Trumpet - Tim Geelan, Recording Engineer - Louann Montesi, Violin - Robert Freedman, Conductor - Robert Freedman, Arranger - Patmore Lewis, Violin - Steven Epstein, Producer - Fred Zlotkin, Acoustic Cello - Peter Dimitriades, Violin - Jeffrey Watts, Drums - Gayle Dixon, Violin - Richard Locker, Acoustic Cello - Branford Marsalis & Buckshot Lefonque, Tenor Saxophone - Branford Marsalis & Buckshot Lefonque, Soprano Saxophone - Diane Monroe, Violin - George Butler, Executive Producer - Theodore Israel, Viola - Peter Gordon, French Horn - Harry Glickman, Violin - Raymond Kunicki, Violin - Seymour Barab, Acoustic Cello - Harry Zaratzian, Viola - Dennis Ferrante, 2nd Engineer - Vlado Meller, Mastering Engineer - Paul McCandless, Oboe - Paul McCandless, English Horn - Kent Jordan, Flute - Kenny Kirkland, Piano - Ron Carter, Acoustic Bass - Ingrid Arden, Violin - Guillermo Figueroa, Violin - Winterton Garvey, Violin - Alvin Clinton McCall, Acoustic Cello - Regis Iandiorio, Violin - Al Brown, Viola - Andrew Schwartz, Bassoon - Mitsue Takayama, Viola - Hoagy Carmichael, Composer - Hoagy Carmichael, Lyricist

(P) 1984 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
Lazy Afternoon (Album Version)
00:05:04

Wynton Marsalis, Performer - Wynton Marsalis, Trumpet - Tim Geelan, Recording Engineer - Louann Montesi, Violin - Robert Freedman, Conductor - Robert Freedman, Arranger - J. Latouche, Composer - Patmore Lewis, Violin - Steven Epstein, Producer - Fred Zlotkin, Acoustic Cello - Peter Dimitriades, Violin - Jeffrey Watts, Drums - Richard Locker, Acoustic Cello - Gayle Dixon, Violin - Branford Marsalis & Buckshot Lefonque, Tenor Saxophone - Branford Marsalis & Buckshot Lefonque, Soprano Saxophone - Diane Monroe, Violin - George Butler, Executive Producer - Theodore Israel, Viola - Peter Gordon, French Horn - Harry Glickman, Violin - Raymond Kunicki, Violin - Seymour Barab, Acoustic Cello - Harry Zaratzian, Viola - Dennis Ferrante, 2nd Engineer - Vlado Meller, Mastering Engineer - Paul McCandless, Oboe - Paul McCandless, English Horn - Kent Jordan, Flute - Kenny Kirkland, Piano - Ron Carter, Acoustic Bass - Ingrid Arden, Violin - Guillermo Figueroa, Violin - Winterton Garvey, Violin - Alvin Clinton McCall, Acoustic Cello - Regis Iandiorio, Violin - Al Brown, Viola - Andrew Schwartz, Bassoon - Mitsue Takayama, Viola

(P) 1984 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
For All We Know (Album Version)
00:06:20

Mitsue Takayama, Viola - Patmore Lewis, Violin - Branford Marsalis & Buckshot Lefonque, Tenor Saxophone - Branford Marsalis & Buckshot Lefonque, Soprano Saxophone - Gayle Dixon, Violin - Steven Epstein, Producer - Seymour Barab, Acoustic Cello - George Butler, Executive Producer - Regis Iandiorio, Violin - Ron Carter, Acoustic Bass - Harry Zaratzian, Viola - Andrew Schwartz, Bassoon - Kenny Kirkland, Piano - Sam M. Lewis, Lyricist - Peter Gordon, French Horn - Guillermo Figueroa, Violin - Wynton Marsalis, Performer - Wynton Marsalis, Trumpet - Peter Dimitriades, Violin - Louann Montesi, Violin - Diane Monroe, Violin - Dennis Ferrante, 2nd Engineer - Ingrid Arden, Violin - Robert Freedman, Conductor - Robert Freedman, Arranger - Alvin Clinton McCall, Acoustic Cello - Winterton Garvey, Violin - Richard Locker, Acoustic Cello - J. Fred Coots, Composer - Al Brown, Viola - Theodore Israel, Viola - Vlado Meller, Mastering Engineer - Jeffrey Watts, Drums - Paul McCandless, Oboe - Paul McCandless, English Horn - Harry Glickman, Violin - Tim Geelan, Recording Engineer - Kent Jordan, Flute - Raymond Kunicki, Violin - Fred Zlotkin, Acoustic Cello

(P) 1984 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
When You Wish Upon A Star (Album Version)
00:04:40

Mitsue Takayama, Viola - Patmore Lewis, Violin - Branford Marsalis & Buckshot Lefonque, Tenor Saxophone - Branford Marsalis & Buckshot Lefonque, Soprano Saxophone - Gayle Dixon, Violin - Steven Epstein, Producer - Seymour Barab, Acoustic Cello - George Butler, Executive Producer - Regis Iandiorio, Violin - Ron Carter, Acoustic Bass - Harry Zaratzian, Viola - Andrew Schwartz, Bassoon - Kenny Kirkland, Piano - Peter Gordon, French Horn - Guillermo Figueroa, Violin - Wynton Marsalis, Performer - Wynton Marsalis, Trumpet - Peter Dimitriades, Violin - Louann Montesi, Violin - Diane Monroe, Violin - Dennis Ferrante, 2nd Engineer - Ingrid Arden, Violin - Robert Freedman, Conductor - Robert Freedman, Arranger - Alvin Clinton McCall, Acoustic Cello - Winterton Garvey, Violin - Richard Locker, Acoustic Cello - Al Brown, Viola - Ned Washington, Composer - Theodore Israel, Viola - Vlado Meller, Mastering Engineer - Jeffrey Watts, Drums - Paul McCandless, Oboe - Paul McCandless, English Horn - Harry Glickman, Violin - Tim Geelan, Recording Engineer - Kent Jordan, Flute - Raymond Kunicki, Violin - Leigh Harline, Composer - Fred Zlotkin, Acoustic Cello

(P) 1984 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

5
Django (Album Version)
00:04:53

Wynton Marsalis, Performer - Wynton Marsalis, Trumpet - Tim Geelan, Recording Engineer - Louann Montesi, Violin - Robert Freedman, Conductor - Robert Freedman, Arranger - Patmore Lewis, Violin - Steven Epstein, Producer - Fred Zlotkin, Acoustic Cello - Peter Dimitriades, Violin - Jeffrey Watts, Drums - Richard Locker, Acoustic Cello - Gayle Dixon, Violin - Branford Marsalis & Buckshot Lefonque, Tenor Saxophone - Branford Marsalis & Buckshot Lefonque, Soprano Saxophone - Diane Monroe, Violin - George Butler, Executive Producer - Theodore Israel, Viola - Peter Gordon, French Horn - Harry Glickman, Violin - Raymond Kunicki, Violin - Seymour Barab, Acoustic Cello - Harry Zaratzian, Viola - Dennis Ferrante, 2nd Engineer - Vlado Meller, Mastering Engineer - Paul McCandless, Oboe - Paul McCandless, English Horn - Kent Jordan, Flute - Kenny Kirkland, Piano - Ron Carter, Acoustic Bass - Ingrid Arden, Violin - Guillermo Figueroa, Violin - Winterton Garvey, Violin - Alvin Clinton McCall, Acoustic Cello - Regis Iandiorio, Violin - Al Brown, Viola - M. Petersen, Composer - Andrew Schwartz, Bassoon - Mitsue Takayama, Viola

(P) 1984 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
Melancholia (Album Version)
00:05:09

Wynton Marsalis, Performer - Wynton Marsalis, Trumpet - Tim Geelan, Recording Engineer - Louann Montesi, Violin - Robert Freedman, Conductor - Robert Freedman, Arranger - Patmore Lewis, Violin - Steven Epstein, Producer - Fred Zlotkin, Acoustic Cello - Peter Dimitriades, Violin - Jeffrey Watts, Drums - D. ELLINGTON, Composer - Gayle Dixon, Violin - Richard Locker, Acoustic Cello - Branford Marsalis & Buckshot Lefonque, Tenor Saxophone - Branford Marsalis & Buckshot Lefonque, Soprano Saxophone - Diane Monroe, Violin - George Butler, Executive Producer - Theodore Israel, Viola - Peter Gordon, French Horn - Harry Glickman, Violin - Raymond Kunicki, Violin - Seymour Barab, Acoustic Cello - Harry Zaratzian, Viola - Dennis Ferrante, 2nd Engineer - Vlado Meller, Mastering Engineer - Paul McCandless, Oboe - Paul McCandless, English Horn - Kent Jordan, Flute - Kenny Kirkland, Piano - Ron Carter, Acoustic Bass - Ingrid Arden, Violin - Guillermo Figueroa, Violin - Winterton Garvey, Violin - Alvin Clinton McCall, Acoustic Cello - Regis Iandiorio, Violin - Al Brown, Viola - Andrew Schwartz, Bassoon - Mitsue Takayama, Viola

(P) 1984 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

7
Hot House Flowers (Album Version)
00:05:48

Wynton Marsalis, Performer - Wynton Marsalis, Trumpet - Tim Geelan, Recording Engineer - Louann Montesi, Violin - Robert Freedman, Conductor - Robert Freedman, Arranger - Patmore Lewis, Violin - Steven Epstein, Producer - Fred Zlotkin, Acoustic Cello - W. Marsalis, Composer - Peter Dimitriades, Violin - Jeffrey Watts, Drums - Richard Locker, Acoustic Cello - Gayle Dixon, Violin - Branford Marsalis & Buckshot Lefonque, Tenor Saxophone - Branford Marsalis & Buckshot Lefonque, Soprano Saxophone - Diane Monroe, Violin - George Butler, Executive Producer - Theodore Israel, Viola - Peter Gordon, French Horn - Harry Glickman, Violin - Raymond Kunicki, Violin - Seymour Barab, Acoustic Cello - Harry Zaratzian, Viola - Dennis Ferrante, 2nd Engineer - Vlado Meller, Mastering Engineer - Paul McCandless, Oboe - Paul McCandless, English Horn - Kent Jordan, Flute - Kenny Kirkland, Piano - Ron Carter, Acoustic Bass - Ingrid Arden, Violin - Guillermo Figueroa, Violin - Winterton Garvey, Violin - Alvin Clinton McCall, Acoustic Cello - Regis Iandiorio, Violin - Al Brown, Viola - Andrew Schwartz, Bassoon - Mitsue Takayama, Viola

(P) 1984 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
I'm Confessing (That I Love You) (Album Version)
00:05:39

Mitsue Takayama, Viola - Patmore Lewis, Violin - Branford Marsalis & Buckshot Lefonque, Tenor Saxophone - Branford Marsalis & Buckshot Lefonque, Soprano Saxophone - Gayle Dixon, Violin - D. Dougherty, Composer - Steven Epstein, Producer - Seymour Barab, Acoustic Cello - George Butler, Executive Producer - Regis Iandiorio, Violin - Ron Carter, Acoustic Bass - Harry Zaratzian, Viola - Andrew Schwartz, Bassoon - Kenny Kirkland, Piano - Peter Gordon, French Horn - Guillermo Figueroa, Violin - Wynton Marsalis, Performer - Wynton Marsalis, Trumpet - Peter Dimitriades, Violin - Louann Montesi, Violin - Diane Monroe, Violin - Dennis Ferrante, 2nd Engineer - A.J. Neiburg, Composer - E. Reynolds, Composer - Ingrid Arden, Violin - Robert Freedman, Conductor - Robert Freedman, Arranger - Alvin Clinton McCall, Acoustic Cello - Winterton Garvey, Violin - Richard Locker, Acoustic Cello - Al Brown, Viola - Theodore Israel, Viola - Vlado Meller, Mastering Engineer - Jeffrey Watts, Drums - Paul McCandless, Oboe - Paul McCandless, English Horn - Harry Glickman, Violin - Tim Geelan, Recording Engineer - Kent Jordan, Flute - Raymond Kunicki, Violin - Fred Zlotkin, Acoustic Cello

(P) 1984 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Album Description

Wynton Marsalis, very much in his Miles Davis period, plays quite melodically throughout this ballad-dominated outing with strings. Branford Marsalis (on tenor and soprano), flutist Kent Jordan, pianist Kenny Kirkland, bassist Ron Carter, and drummer Jeff Watts are strong assets but it is Wynton's subtle creativity on such songs as "Stardust," "When You Wish Upon a Star," Duke Ellington's "Melancholia," and "I'm Confessin'" that makes this recording special. The arrangements by Robert Freedman generally keep the strings from sounding too sticky and Wynton's tone is consistently beautiful.
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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