Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1 Serenata
3:33
2 It Ain't Necessarily So
4:29
3 Avalon
3:32
4 I Remember Clifford
3:13
5 Blues March
5:18
6 It's All Right With Me
3:56
7 Park Avenue Petite
3:44
8 Mox Nix
4:05
9 Easy Living
3:37
10 Killer Joe
4:57

Credits

CD 1

drums (drum set):
Lex Humphries (tracks 1, 3–10)
trumpet:
Art Farmer (tracks 1–10)
membranophone:
Lex Humphries (track 2)
bass:
Addison Farmer (tracks 1–10)
piano:
McCoy Tyner (tracks 1–10)
tenor saxophone:
Benny Golson (tracks 1–10)
trombone:
Curtis Fuller (tracks 1–10)
composer:
George Gershwin (composer) (track 2)
Benny Golson (tracks 4–5, 7)
Ralph Rainger (track 9)
Leo Robin (track 9)
Leroy Anderson (1947-02-12) (track 1)
Cole Porter (1953) (track 6)
lyricist:
Leo Robin (track 9)
Ira Gershwin (track 2)
Dorothy Heyward (playwright) (track 2)
DuBose Heyward (track 2)
Mitchell Parish (1950) (track 1)
Cole Porter (1953) (track 6)
writer:
B. G. DeSylva (track 3)
Art Farmer (track 8)
Benny Golson (track 10)
Al Jolson (track 3)
Vincent Rose (track 3)
Ralph Rainger (1937) (track 9)
Leo Robin (1937) (track 9)
publisher:
Famous Music (renamed since 2007-05 as Sony/ATV Harmony/Melody) (track 9)
Warner Bros. Music (UK subsidiary, so named between 1970/01/23–1971/04/26 and 1972/04/25–1988/08/23) (track 3)
Warner/Chappell North America Limited (formerly incorporated as Marmalade Music Ltd., from 1968/09/19–1999/11/09) (track 2)
was commissioned by:
Gershwin Publishing Corp (1935) (track 2)
instrumental recording of:
Easy Living (track 9)
It Ain’t Necessarily So (jazz standard originally from Porgy and Bess; catch-all for unspecified pop and jazz arrangements) (track 2)
Serenata (track 1)
is based on:
is the basis for:
later translated versions:
later versions:
It Ain't Necessarily So (from 'Porgy and Bess') (arrangement for 48 violas) (track 2)
That's Killer Joe (track 10)
part of:
Can‐Can (1960 musical film) (track 6)
High Society (stage musical) (track 6)
recording of:
Avalon (track 3)
Blues March (track 5)
Killer Joe (track 10)
Mox Nix (track 8)
Park Avenue Petite (track 7)
referred to in medleys: