Criss Cross Jazz 1252 CD

Melvin Rhyne

Tomorrow Yesterday Today

Available: May 10, 2004

A Hammond B3 heavyweight since his days with Wes Montgomery, Melvin Rhyne returns to the fold for his first Criss Cross release since 2000's Classmasters.
His seventh effort for the label as a leader, Tomorrow Yesterday Today features guitarist Peter Bernstein and drummer Kenny Washington on a prime set of standards, with four cuts adding special guest tenorman Tad Shull.

Melvin Rhyne
Barcode 8 712474 1252 27
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Melvin Rhyne (Hammond B3)
Tad Shull (Ts) [2,4,8,9]
Peter Bernstein (G)
Kenny Washington (D)

1. Lover Come Back To Me (Sigmund Romberg / Oscar Hammerstein II)  4:33
2. Buffalo (Kenny Dorham)  7:35
3. Jingles I (Wes Montgomery)  7:08
4. Darn That Dream (Jimmy Van Heusen / Eddie DeLange)  6:25
5. Niambi (Melvin Rhyne)  4:54
6. Five Flat Minor (Melvin Rhyne)  6:09
7. Enchantment (Horace Silver)  7:21
8. Tangerine (Victor Schertzinger / Johnny Mercer)  7:24
9. Easy Living (Ralph Rainger / Leo Robin)  4:16
10. Jingles II (Wes Montgomery)  5:57

Total Time: 61:50
Recorded December 11, 2003 in Brooklyn, NY, USA
Engineer: Max Bolleman
Producer: Gerry Teekens & K. Hasselpflug (executive)