The Bill Mays Trio: Going Home (2003)
Wilson and bassist Martin Wind fill out the trio effectively, providing a bit of rock 'n' roll to the disc closer.
Mays sings "I'm a Homebody" like a Broadway lyricist singing Mose Allison. His approach is very unique, very idiosyncratic, and absolutely unmistakable. Sprinkled within is a bouncy, "You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To" and a very reflective "Going Home," perhaps the best jazz treatment of Dvorak's beautiful melody since Art Tatum's. Palmetto continues to provide some of the most provocative mainstream jazz today, and this disc is a prime example.
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Track Listing: Judy; You?d Be So Nice To Come Home To; Shohola Song; Home; On The Road; Shoho Love Song; Nosey Neighbors; In Her Arms; Comin? Home Baby; Going Home; I?m A Homebody. (Total Time 62:18).
Personnel: Bill Mays-Piano, Vocals; Matt Wilson-Drums; Martin Wind-Bass.
Record Label: Palmetto Records