℗ ℗ 1987 Justin Time Records
 

Honey & Spice

Fraser Macpherson Quartet

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1.1
Soon
Fraser Macpherson Quartet
4:40
1.2
How Deep is The Ocean
Fraser Macpherson Quartet
6:39
1.3
How Long Has This Been Going On
Fraser Macpherson Quartet
4:43
1.4
Blue Prelude
Fraser Macpherson Quartet
6:06
1.5
I Love You Samantha
Fraser Macpherson Quartet
6:15
1.6
Suddenly It's Spring
Fraser Macpherson Quartet
6:30
1.7
Memories of You
Fraser Macpherson Quartet
4:42
1.8
You Took Advantage of Me
Fraser Macpherson Quartet
6:21
Total Playing Time    45:56
"Although recorded in Montreal, Canada, this album features the same quartet (with guitarist Oliver Gannon, bassist Steve Wallace and drummer John Sumner) that tenor saxophonist Fraser MacPherson used during his notable tours of the Soviet Union. All eight of the selections are veteran songs (Cole Porter's mid-'50s 'I Love You Samantha' is the most recent), and the emphasis is on relaxed, slow to medium tempos. MacPherson's cool tone sounds as beautiful as ever and works well with Gannon's quiet guitar."
- Scott Yanow (Jazz Critic)
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Justin Time Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-8 – 44.1 kHz / 16-bit PCM

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