Tenor Time

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Tenor Time
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Studio album by
ReleasedFebruary 19, 1997
RecordedSeptember 29, 1996
Studio Avatar Studios, New York City
Genre Jazz
Length1:03:01
Label somethin`else (Toshiba EMI)
TOCJ-5584
Producer Michael Cuscuna, Joe Lovano
Joe Lovano chronology
Celebrating Sinatra
(1996)
Tenor Time
(1997)
Trio Fascination: Edition One
(1998)
Junko Onishi chronology
Play, Piano, Play
(1996)
Tenor Time
(1997)
Self Portrait
(1998)

Tenor Time is an album by the American jazz tenor saxophonist Joe Lovano, released on February 19, 1999, on somethin`else (Toshiba EMI). [1] [2]

Contents

Track listing

No.TitleLyricsMusicLength
1."Walkin'"-Richard Carpenter7:05
2."Why Don't I"- Sonny Rollins 6:47
3."Bye Bye Blackbird" Mort Dixon Ray Henderson 6:20
4."Paradox"- Sonny Rollins 6:55
5."Ruby, My Dear"- Thelonious Monk 5:08
6."Invitation"- Bronislau Kaper 10:07
7."Budo"- Bud Powell 6:56
8."Like Sonny"- John Coltrane 5:33
9."Dewey Said"- Joe Lovano 8:02
Total length:63:01

Personnel

Production

Release history

RegionDateLabelFormatCatalog
Japan February 19, 1997 Toshiba EMI 12cmCD TOCJ-5584

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References

  1. Joe Lovano – Tenor Time at Discogs
    - "Tenor Time Something Else, 1996". Joe Lovano. Retrieved 10 January 2017.
  2. "Joe Lovano Discography". jazzdisco.org. Retrieved 29 March 2021.