Porgy & Bess is a 1997 album by jazz saxophonist Joe Henderson, released on Verve Records. It contains Henderson's arrangements of music from George Gershwin's opera Porgy and Bess. All music by George Gershwin and all lyrics by Ira Gershwin and DuBose Heyward unless otherwise noted. Introduction: Jasbo Brown Blues" – 0:56. Here Come de Honey Man/They Pass by Singin'" – 2:04. My Man's Gone Now" – 6:58. I Got Plenty o' Nuttin'" – 6:52. Bess, You Is My Woman Now" – 5:15.
Page One is the debut release by American jazz tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson. It features some of Henderson's most well-known pieces such as "Recorda Me," later to become a jazz standard, and "Out of the Night", originally written in 1957. The front cover lists "Joe Henderson/Kenny Dorham/Butch Warren/Pete La Roca, et. Only McCoy Tyner's name is absent.
Joe Henderson (April 24, 1937 – June 30, 2001) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist. In a career spanning more than four decades, Henderson played with many of the leading American players of his day and recorded for several prominent labels, including Blue Note. Born in Lima, Ohio, Henderson was one of five sisters and nine brothers. He was encouraged by his parents Dennis and Irene (née Farley) and older brother James T. to study music
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Dinner Ambiance Imagination In Love Introspection Relaxation Romantic Evening. In general, Joe Henderson's take on Porgy and Bess meets the high standards of his latter-day records for Verve. Working with arranger Bob Belden and a wonderful combo - including guitarist John Scofield, pianist Tommy Flanagan, bassist Dave Holland, drummer Jack DeJohnette, trombonist Conrad Herwig and vibraphonist Stefon Harris - Henderson brings Gershwin's music to life with subtle beauty and grace.
This song was adapted late in the 19th century either from an African-American spiritual about working on a Mississippi River levee or from an old Irish hymn. Someone’s in the Kitchen with Dinah was a separate song that was later tagged onto the end. Lyrics to I've Been Working on the Railroad. I've Been Working on the Railroad. I've been working on the railroad All the live long day I've been working on the railroad Just to pass the time away Can't you hear the whistle blowing Rise up so early in the morn Can't you hear the Captain shouting "Dinah blow your.
Mississippi River railroad track Want to go to Memphis get my baby back Get me a motorcycle take off tomorrow If it don't run I'll get me a car. Train Whistle Blues. the way, you got no right to love 'Cause those railroad tracks run in between. If they knew you were meeting me, they'd never let you go I wonder why they. Shelby Flint Sings Folk. behind All on a beautiful morning.