Tracks include: Brainstorming, the Reflecting Pool, Caribbean Migration, the Road to la Bufadora, African Blue, Summit Dance, Pre-dawn Dreamlight, Returning to Earth, Joy Walk, Bucks Theme, and Long Day Lullabye.
Tracks: That's All, Don't You Wonder, Blue Skies, Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye, Get Happy, What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life, Moon Dance, Mood Indigo, This Masquerade, I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire, Take Me Out to the Ball Game, Exactly Like You, Gentle Rain, and How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You).
Personnel: Kathleen Holeman on vocals, piano, and trombone; Paul Smith on piano; Rod Fleeman on guitar; Bob Branstetter on double bass; and Al Wiley on drums.
Tracks: Memphis Underground, There Will Never Be Another You, Body and Soul, Black Orpheus, Nobody Knows/Mr PC/Goin Home, Amazing Graze, Improvisation in Love, Monky Waltz, Comes Love, Deconstruction of Stephen Foster, Summertime Intro, Summertime, Au Privave, and Amazing Grace
Tracks: Cheekin'zen, Hommage to a Love Supreme, Improvisation In Love #2, Dolphyis Mountain Ecco, Leah Marie, Sibling Ribaldry, Folks'uite, The Cook and the Dancer, Mr Hawkins Meets Picasso, My Rennaisance Buzz, Rotunda Spiritus Rahsaanicus, Like Nippon Perhaps, Mr Back's B'day Suit(e), Lao Tzu Rev CC d'Canon & Padre Pedro, Three Rivers, Whisper Wills' Pianissimo, The Heart 'O Bruno's Ma, Baritonix, Charumble, The Tree, Go Down Moses, and Amazing Grace
Tracks: Theme and Trajectory X, Red-haired Kid, Fluorescent Camouflage, Waterwheel, The Troubadours, Desert Moon, The Toothless Soothsayer, Parable of the Vineyards, Slow Journey, Theme and Trajectory Z, Lost Melody, Theme and Trajectory Y, PSW, Wedding Song, and For Arden.
This book comes from the private collection of the legendary jazz clarinetist and Jazz Hall of Fame inductee, Kenny Davern. While Kenny was best known as a jazz musician who worked with everyone from Jack Teagarden to Steve Lacy, he attributes David Weber, principal solo clarinetist with the New York City Ballet Orchestra as his most influential teacher. He and I would listen to mostly classical music when we visited and discussed the differences in interpretations by various conductors. Kenny's knowledge of classical music was encyclopaedic, particularly of the work of conductor Wilhelm Furtwängler whose works lined the walls of his music room.