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Two legends in music come together for one of the greatest collaborations of all time! Lani Hall has never sounded better, and Herb's seductive riffs rounded by three of the best musicians in jazz recreate the evenings of magic this music produced. Herb's music gives so many others inspiration to keep on playing, and in my 40th year of playing trumpet and vocal, this album makes my evening! Download this great album, and enjoy the ride! Daniel J. Emert & DJ Brass Jazz

Captures the magic of their live performances

We attended two of Alpert & Hall's shows, a year apart, at Yoshi's in San Francisco. Simply fantastic. Not only were Lani's voice and Herb's horns in spectacular shape, but the intimate and organic contributions of their backing crew and their artful selection of material (and Herb's commentary on the songs' author and back-story) made for an absolutely superb jazz experience. I can't say enough about the musicianship of drummer nonpareil Michael Shapiro, bassist Hussain Jiffry (who plays a whole collection of instruments, not just the "electric bass" mentioned in the main review here) and their standout find, Bill Cantos, who plays piano with grace and suppleness, sings with unbridled spirit, contributes two songs of his own and accompanies all with great grace and sensitivity. As fantastic as those evenings at Yoshi's were, I was very pleased indeed to find that the recordings captured the full dynamic range of their live performance with exceptional fidelity. Marvelous content aside, from a technical standpoint these are some of the finest live recordings I've heard.

What this recording nails for me is the sheer delight of witnessing the two central masters--Hall and Alpert--at the peak of their form after a too-long absence from the music scene. Whoever convinced them to head out and perform again deserves a special prize. Lani's voice is an international treasure, there is simply none better. Herb's inner jazz-man has peeked out now and then for more than four decades, but never has he let it loose like this. And what a talented combo-- from the liner notes it's clear that Shapiro had a big hand in bringing everyone together, and for that he deserves a standing ovation of his own. The result is one of those albums where you listen to it and think, "Y'know, I think that track's my favorite," ...until the next one.

Recommended. Highly. Five stars for these five stars.

Welcome Back, Lani and Herb!

As fans of both the Tijuana Brass and Brasil '66-'69, my husband and I were delighted to learn that the Alperts had decided to record again. Whatever the reasons for their re-entry into performing, we are so happy to welcome them back and will buy ANYTHING that they take the time and effort to record for us.

As part of a recent pledge drive, we were happy to buy this CD to support Los Angeles' KJAZZ FM radio 88.1 , and now we've also downloaded the CD from ITunes because we just can't wait for the actual CD to arrive after the pledge drive. You just can't have enough great jazz from these two wonderful artists!

We plan to share the good news and these CDs with our friends and family as holiday gifts.
I know they will thank us. Again, thank you , Lani and Herb, welcome back!


Born: March 31, 1935 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the most successful instrumental performers in pop history, trumpeter Herb Alpert was also one of the entertainment industry's shrewdest businessmen: A&M, the label he co-founded with partner Jerry Moss, ranks among the most prosperous artist-owned companies ever established. Born March 31, 1935 in Los Angeles, Alpert began playing the trumpet at the age of eight. After serving in the Army, he attempted to forge an acting career, but soon returned to music, recording under the name Dore Alpert...
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