Saxuality

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Saxuality
Candy Dulfer Saxuality cover.jpg
Studio album by Candy Dulfer
Released June 1990 (1990-06)
Recorded Zeezicht Studios, Spaarnwoude
Genre Jazz
Length 46:06
Label Ariola
Producer Ulco Bed and Candy Dulfer
Candy Dulfer chronology
Saxuality
(1990)
Sax-a-Go-Go
(1993)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4/5 stars[1]

Saxuality is the debut album by Dutch alto saxophonist Candy Dulfer. Some versions of the album include the worldwide hit single, "Lily Was Here", together with David A. Stewart.

The mainly instrumental album debuted on #4 in the Dutch album chart and was certified Gold.[2] The album peaked at #22 on the US Billboard 200,[3] #27 in the UK Albums Chart [4] and sold in excess of one million copies worldwide.[5] It was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Jazz Album.[6] The album was promoted by a tour in Europe and the United States.

AllMusic lists two editions of this album, with slightly different track listing, on different record labels.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Lily Was Here" - 4:18 (only featured on select versions)
  2. "Pee Wee" (Ulco Bed) – 3:45
  3. "Saxuality" (Ulco Bed, Candy Dulfer) – 4:27
  4. "So What" (Miles Davis; arr. Bed/Dulfer) – 4:54
  5. "Jazzid" (Ulco Bed, Candy Dulfer) – 4:21
  6. "Heavenly City" (Ulco Bed, Candy Dulfer) – 6:03
  7. "Donja" (Ulco Bed) – 5:17
  8. "There Goes the Neighbourhood" (Ulco Bed) – 3:55
  9. "Mr. Lee" (Ulco Bed) – 4:52
  10. "Get the Funk" (Ulco Bed) – 4:16
  11. "Home Is Not a House" (Hans Dulfer, F Batta; arr. Bed) – 4:10

Production[edit]

  • Produced By Ulco Bed, Candy Dulfer & Dave Stewart
  • Mixed By Ulco Bed, Candy Dulfer & Frans Hendrix
  • Engineered By Frans Hendrix

Personnel[edit]

  • Patricia Balrak, Wies Ingwersen, Hugh Kanza - Backing Vocals & Vocal Ad-Libs
  • Ulco Bed - Guitars, Keyboards, Drum Programming, Synth Bass
  • Candy Dulfer - Saxophone, Keyboards, Vocals
  • Hans Dulfer - Tenor Saxophone
  • Frans Hendrix - Percussion, Programming
  • Edwin Rath - Drums
  • Dave Stewart - Guitars
  • Michel Van Schie, Dimitri Veltkamp - Bass
  • Fred Anindjola, Bobby Van De Berg - keyboards
  • Martino Latupeirissa - percussion
  • Bill "Funky Cold" Malina - engineer

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic Review
  2. ^ NVPI.nl Dutch certification database Accessed November 4, 2006
  3. ^ Billboard 100, July 27, 1991
  4. ^ Everyhit: UK Top 40 database (Accessed: Aug 8, 2006)
  5. ^ Official biography Candy Dulfer (Accessed: Aug 8, 2006)
  6. ^ Dutch Pop Institute: Biography Candy Dulfer (Accessed: Aug 8, 2006)