*We will give a discount for the purchase of multiple CD purchases together and shipped to the same address! Checkout details below.
Music is from our personal collection. No worries about bootlegs or copies here. Clean & shipped from nonsmoking home.
Condition: Excellent. One time played.
*When you are ready to checkout, contact us via the store or directly: firstname.lastname@example.org. List brief titles of the CDs you want and we will create a revised invoice for you.
For faster shipping of the music, you may also checkout and pay for the items. We will credit the cash right back into your Paypal account.
The discounted final price is based on the final number of discs purchased. We do not charge handling fees. Discount amount will be based on combined actual shipping charges and is at sellers discretion.
1. We Are In Love
2. Only 'Cause I Don't Have You
3. Recipe For Love
5. Forever, For Now
6. Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square, A
8. Just A Boy
9. I've Got A Great Idea
10. I'll Dream Of You Again
11. It's Alright With Me
12. Buried In Blue
Contributing artists: Branford Marsalis, Russell Malone
Distributor: Sony Music Distribution
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: DDD
Personnel: Harry Connick, Jr. (vocals, piano); Branford Marsalis (saxophone); Russell Malone (guitar); Benjamin Jonah Wolfe (bass); Shannon Powell (drums).
Engineers include: Gregg Rubin, David Marquet, Elaine Anderson.
Producers: Harry Connick Jr, Marc Shaiman, Joel Moss.
Recorded at Evergreen Radford Studio, North Hollywood, California on March 7-9 & 12-15, 1990 and RCA Studio B, New York, New York on April 19 & 23 and May 1, 1990.
With his earnest, romantic renditions of Tin Pan Alley standards and a host of Connick originals composed in that vein, WE ARE IN LOVE put Harry Connick, Jr. over the top as a popular artist. Connick's mentholated vocals are most often compared to Sinatra, but you can also hear the influence of Mel Torme, Chet Baker, Mose Allison and Bobby Dorough, among others. Ultimately though, Connick puts his own stylistic stamp on each selection, with his cool, behind-the-beat phrasing and easygoing swing.
...a keenly sculpted high society fireworks display with generous swoon factor...
Q Magazine (09/01/1994)