Love and All That Jazz

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Love and All That Jazz
Studio album by Eric Kloss with Don Patterson and Groove Holmes
Released 1965
Recorded March 14 and April 11, 1966
Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
Genre Jazz
Label Prestige
PR 7469
Producer Cal Lampley
Eric Kloss chronology
Introducing Eric Kloss
(1965)
Love and All That Jazz
(1966)
Grits & Gravy
(1966)

Love and All That Jazz is the second album by saxophonist Eric Kloss which was recorded in 1966 and released on the Prestige label.[1]

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Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[2]

Allmusic awarded the album 4 stars stating "Eric Kloss was only 17 when he recorded his second Prestige LP, Love and All That Jazz, in 1966. At that age, most jazz musicians are lucky to be featured on an album as sideman, let alone record as a leader and have a contract with an independent label of Prestige's stature... Although Kloss was still a teenager in 1966, there is nothing adolescent about Love and All That Jazz".[2]

Track listing[edit]

All compositions by Eric Kloss except as indicated

  1. "You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To" (Cole Porter) - 4:50
  2. "Just for Fun-K" - 5:50
  3. "The Shadow of Your Smile" (Johnny Mandel, Paul Francis Webster) - 3:00
  4. "No Blues" (Miles Davis) - 5:15
  5. "Love for Sale" (Porter) - 7:37
  6. "I'm Glad There Is You" (Jimmy Dorsey, Paul Mertz) - 5:10
  7. "Gemini" (Jimmy Heath) - 6:06
  • Recorded at Van Gelder Studio in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on March 14 (tracks 3 & 7) and April 11 (tracks 1, 2 & 4-6), 1966

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Prestige Records discography accessed April 5, 2013
  2. ^ a b Henderson, A. Allmusic listing accessed April 5, 2013