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Remember Love

Houston Person & Ron Carter

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The natural wear and tear of a couple? Houston Person and Ron Carter wouldn’t know… A quarter of a century after the beginning of their collaboration, the tenor saxophonist and the double bassist (both now in their eighties) continue their beautiful partnership. For Remember Love, they climb up the Everest of the American Songbook; they’re themes that have been played a thousand times by the whole world, yet the warmth of the duo’s interpretation makes them fascinating. Person’s tenor is a summit of gentleness and languor. Carter’s feline double bass scales the steep paths. We find here two wise old men playing with pure musical velvet. It’s no reinvention of the menu of the day, but beautiful all the same… © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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Houston Person & Ron Carter

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1
Love Is Here to Stay 00:06:57

George Gershwin, Composer - Ira Gershwin, Composer - Ron Carter, MainArtist - Houston Person, MainArtist

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2
My One and Only Love 00:04:37

Ron Carter, MainArtist - R. Mellin, Composer - G. Wood, Composer - Houston Person, MainArtist

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3
Why Not 00:06:10

Ron Carter, MainArtist - Houston Person, Composer, MainArtist

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4
Day Dream 00:05:01

B. Strayhorn, Composer - Ron Carter, MainArtist - D. Ellington, Composer - Houston Person, MainArtist

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5
Gentle Rain 00:06:23

Ron Carter, MainArtist - L. Bonfa, Composer - Houston Person, MainArtist

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6
The Way You Look Tonight 00:04:28

Jerome Kern, Composer - Dorothy Fields, Composer - Ron Carter, MainArtist - Houston Person, MainArtist

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7
You Are My Sunshine 00:05:43

Ron Carter, MainArtist - J. DAVIS, Composer - Houston Person, MainArtist

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8
Blues for DP 00:05:32

Ron Carter, Composer, MainArtist - Houston Person, MainArtist

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9
Easy to Remember 00:04:47

Richard Rodgers, Composer - Lorenz Hart, Composer - Ron Carter, MainArtist - Houston Person, MainArtist

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Without a Song 00:03:03

Ron Carter, MainArtist - V. Youmans, Composer - E. Eliscu, Composer - Houston Person, MainArtist - B. Rose, Composer

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The natural wear and tear of a couple? Houston Person and Ron Carter wouldn’t know… A quarter of a century after the beginning of their collaboration, the tenor saxophonist and the double bassist (both now in their eighties) continue their beautiful partnership. For Remember Love, they climb up the Everest of the American Songbook; they’re themes that have been played a thousand times by the whole world, yet the warmth of the duo’s interpretation makes them fascinating. Person’s tenor is a summit of gentleness and languor. Carter’s feline double bass scales the steep paths. We find here two wise old men playing with pure musical velvet. It’s no reinvention of the menu of the day, but beautiful all the same… © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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