After Hours (André Previn album)

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After Hours
André Previn After Hours.jpg
Studio album by André Previn
Released 1989
Recorded March 29, 1989
Studio Ambassador Auditorium, Pasadena, CA
Genre Jazz
Length 63:09
Label Telarc
Producer Robert Woods
André Previn chronology
Nice Work If You Can Get It
(1983)
After Hours
(1989)
Uptown
(1990)

After Hours is 1989 studio album by the jazz pianist André Previn, accompanied by the double bassist Ray Brown and the guitarist Joe Pass.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "There Will Never Be Another You" Harry Warren, Mack Gordon 6:04
2. "I Only Have Eyes for You" Warren, Al Dubin 4:50
3. "What Am I Here for" Duke Ellington, Frankie Laine 6:10
4. "Limehouse Blues" Philip Braham, Douglas Furber 6:56
5. "All the Things You Are" Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein II 5:41
6. "Honeysuckle Rose" Andy Razaf, Fats Waller 5:39
7. "I Got It Bad (and That Ain't Good)" Ellington, Paul Francis Webster 6:07
8. "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" Kern, Otto Harbach 6:09
9. "Cotton Tail" Ellington 4:09
10. "Laura" Johnny Mercer, David Raksin 5:56
11. "One for Bunz" traditional 5:42

Personnel[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Recording Engineer – Jack Renner
  • Producer – Robert Woods

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