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Helen Merrill was a great and often vastly underrated jazz singer, a "musician's musicians", and this recording is a superior representation of her artistry. Spacious, well balanced, and finely detailed, the recording is also superbly engineered. One can make the argument that, as good as many current digital recordings are, they rarely produce the level of emotional and spiritual satisfaction that a superior analog recording produces. Spend five minutes in the presence of this recording, and you will understand why.
Usual elegant voice in a sophysticated context.
Title: The Feeling Is Mutual
Artist(s): Vocals – Helen Merrill
Piano, Arranged By, Producer – Dick Katz
Bass – Ron Carter
Cornet – Thad Jones
Drums – Arnie Wise, Pete LaRoca
Guitar – Jim Hall
Recording Info: Recorded in New York in 1965 by Milestone Records
Recorded By – Ray Hall
Supervised By – George Avakian
1 You're My Thrill 3:14
2 It Don't Mean A Thing 4:56
3 Here's That Rainy Day 2:38
4 Baltimore Oriole 4:48
5 Don't Explain 2:34
6 What Is This Thing Called Love? 3:38
7 The Winter Of My Discontent 6:01
8 Day Dream 5:12
9 Deep In A Dream 3:12