In a Sentimental Mood (album)

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In a Sentimental Mood
In a Sentimental Mood (album cover).jpg
Studio album by
Released8 May 1989[1]
RecordedOcean Way Recording, Los Angeles, California
Power Station, New York, NY
GenreJazz
Length40:34
LabelWarner Bros. Records
ProducerTommy LiPuma
Dr. John chronology
The Ultimate Dr. John
(1987)
In a Sentimental Mood
(1989)
ZuZu Man
(1989)
Singles from In a Sentimental Mood
  1. "Makin' Whoopee!"
    Released: April, 1989
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3/5 stars[2]
Robert ChristgauB+ [3]

In a Sentimental Mood is the twelfth album by New Orleans singer and pianist Dr. John. It spent eleven weeks on the Billboard 200 charts, peaking at #142 on July 8, 1989.[4]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Makin' Whoopee!" (Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson) (with Rickie Lee Jones) – 4:09
  2. "Candy" (Alex Kramer, Joan Whitney, Mack David) – 5:33
  3. "Accentuate the Positive" (Johnny Mercer) – 3:55
  4. "My Buddy" (Kahn, Donaldson) – 3:50
  5. "In a Sentimental Mood" (Duke Ellington, Irving Mills, Manny Kurtz) – 4:05
  6. "Black Night" (Jessie Mae Robinson) – 4:12
  7. "Don't Let the Sun Catch You Cryin'" (Joe Greene) – 4:52
  8. "Love for Sale" (Cole Porter) – 5:18
  9. "More Than You Know" (William Rose, Edward Eliscu, Vincent Youmans) – 4:40

Personnel[edit]

Musicians[edit]

Technical[edit]

  • Tommy LiPumaproducer
  • Allan Sides – engineer (Ocean Way Studio) (tracks 1, 3-5, 7, 9)
  • Elliot Scheiner – engineer (Power Station) (tracks 2, 8)
  • Bart Stevens, Daniel Bosworth, Danny Mormando, Deb Cornish, Mike Ross, Roy Henderson – assistant engineers
  • Doug Sax – mastering
  • Janet Levinson – art direction, design
  • William Coupon – photography
  • Charles Neville – artwork

References[edit]

  1. ^ "In a Sentimental Mood: Dr. John". Amazon.co.uk. Retrieved 2015-06-12.
  2. ^ "Dr. John: In a Sentimental Mood". Allmusic. allmusic.com. Retrieved 12 April 2016.
  3. ^ Christgau, Robert. "Dr. John". RobertChristgau.com. Retrieved July 21, 2017.
  4. ^ "Billboard 200 - July 8, 1989". Retrieved July 21, 2017.