|Studio album by Chico Freeman|
|Recorded||Oct 1978-Jan 1979|
|Chico Freeman chronology|
|The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide|||
Jazz critic Scott Yanow wrote: “…a change of pace for Freeman, for it features the usually adventurous tenor (who doubles on soprano) mostly playing warm versions of standards.” The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide called it an "exquisite ballad album... where Freeman blows standards with more invention and conviction than most old-timers"
- "Autumn in New York" (Vernon Duke) – 11:28
- "Peace" (Horace Silver)– 7:53
- "A Child Is Born" (Thad Jones) – 9:56
- "It Never Entered My Mind" (Rodgers and Hart) – 11:04
- "Close to You Alone" – (Cecil McBee)
- "Don't Get Around Much Anymore " – (Duke Ellington, Bob Russell)
An audio CD of the album was released on September 5, 1994, by Analogue Productions, with four bonus tracks, two of them written by John Coltrane (“Lonnie’s Lament” and “Wise One”) and a running time of 63:18 – but has since been discontinued. In 1994, there was also a U.S. limited edition audiophile 6-track LP pressed on HQ-180 super vinyl.
- Chico Freeman - tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone
- Cecil McBee – bass
- John Hicks – piano
- Billy Hart - drums
- Famoudou Don Moye - drums
- India Navigation
- Cover and liner photos: Beth Cummins
- Scott Yanow. "Spirit Sensitive - Chico Freeman | Songs, Reviews, Credits". AllMusic. Retrieved 2016-02-09.
- Swenson, J. (Editor) (1985). The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide. USA: Random House/Rolling Stone. p. 80. ISBN 0-394-72643-X.
- India Navigation LP, IN-1045
- All Music Guide to Jazz –ISBN 0-87930-530-4
- "Record Reviews, Streaming Songs, Genres & Bands". AllMusic. Retrieved 2016-02-09.
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