Ruby Braff: I Hear Music (2001)
Another treat on the album is a tune written by Braff himself, entitled “We’re All Through.” Guest Soloist Daryl Sherman makes the song with a vocal that conveys the message that is laced through this beautiful piece. Braff says in a quote from the liner notes that the lyrics were written the way you hear them because the song had the feel of the final piece for a club band. The result is a lyrically simple, yet elegant piece of work... an album that is well worth the time, particularly for those who favor smooth cornet work.
Track Listing: I Hear Music; Chicago Medley: Chicago/My Kind of Town (Chicago is); Baby, Won't You Please Come Home; Wouldn't it be Loverly; Yesterdays; (I Would Do) Anything for You; We're All Through
Personnel: Ruby Braff, Cornet; Bill Charlap, Piano; Bucky Pizzarelli, Guitar; John Beal, Bass; Tony DeNicola, Drums; Daryl Sherman, Vocal on We're All Through
Record Label: Arbors Records