Harry Connick, Jr. (album)

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Harry Connick Jr.
Studio album by Harry Connick Jr.
Released November 17, 1987
Recorded January 12, 1987
Genre Jazz, instrumental
Label Columbia
Producer Delfeayo Marsalis
Harry Connick Jr. chronology
Pure Dixieland
(1979)
Harry Connick Jr.
(1987)
20
(1988)

Harry Connick Jr. is an eponymous instrumental album released in 1987, and it is Harry Connick, Jr.'s first album from Columbia records. Like most of his other albums, it is dedicated to Harry's mother, Anita Connick, who died of ovarian cancer when he was 13. "Sunny Side Of The Street" is dedicated to James Booker, a singer and pianist who tutored Connick.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Love Is Here to Stay" (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin) 4:10
  2. "Little Clown" (H. Connick, Jr.) 5:50
  3. "Zealousy" (H. Connick, Jr.) 1:34
  4. "Sunny Side Of The Street" (Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh) 3:23
  5. "I Mean You" (Thelonious Monk) 5:23
  6. "Vocation" (H. Connick, Jr.) 5:04
  7. "On Green Dolphin Street" (Ned Washington, Bronisław Kaper) 5:00
  8. "Little Waltz" (Ron Carter) 4:14
  9. "E" (H. Connick, Jr.) 4:05

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