01 I M GETTING SENTIMENTAL OVER YOU
02 MORE AND MORE AMOR
03 SPANISH FLEA.
05 WALK DONT RUN .
07 AND THE ANGELS SING
08 CINCO DE MAYO
09 A WALK IN THE BLACK FOREST
10 ZORBA THE GREEK.
11 3RD MAN THEME.
Produced by Albert & Jerry Moss
Arranged by Albert
Performers; Herb Alpert, Nick Ceroli, Bob Edmondson, Tonni Kalash, Lou Pagani
John Pisano And Pat Senatore
Engineered by Larry Levine, Gold Star Recording Studios
Album Designn : Peter Whorf Graphics
Photograpfed at Movieland of the Air, Santa ana CA
Project Supervision , Shawn Amos
Remastering, Bernie Grundman at Bernie Grundman Mastering
Packaging Tornato Design, Los Angeles.
Special Thanks, Jerry Moss, Jeff Gold, Chris Justice, Gerry Wersh, Gene Sculatti,
Concord Records is pleased to announce the signing of music icon and legendary trumpeter and bandleader, Herb Alpert, and his wife, the internationally renowned singer, Lani Hall. The celebrated duo’s Concord debut Anything Goes is a live collection of beautifully reinterpreted standards, and marks the first complete project that Herb and Lani have recorded together. Anything Goes is slated for release on May 26, 2009. (Preorder from Amazon.)
Herb Alpert has sold more than 72 million albums worldwide as a musician and bandleader of the groundbreaking Tijuana Brass. He has won seven Grammy Awards, including Record of the Year for “A Taste of Honey,” and had three of his recordings–the early TJB hit “Whipped Cream,” 1966’s “What Now My Love,” and his 1979 solo hit “Rise”–honored with inclusion in the Grammy Awards Archive Collection.
In 1962, Alpert and Jerry Moss founded A&M Records, which became one of the world’s leading independently owned record labels and home to such renowned artists as The Police, The Carpenters, Carole King and Janet Jackson among others. During this time Herb produced the likes of Stan Getz, The Baja Marimba Band, Gato Barbieri, Sergio Mendes & Brasil ‘66, and his wife of more than thirty years, Lani Hall. Lani’s own Grammy-award winning career as a songstress stretches from 1960s where she amassed hits as lead singer with Sergio Mendes and Brasil ‘66, leading into a string of solo albums in English, Portuguese and Spanish that began with 1972’s “Sun Down Lady.”
“Herb and Lani have put together an incredibly special and heartfelt recording,” said John Burk, Executive Vice President of A&R at Concord Music Group. “It is truly an honor to welcome such esteemed artists to the Concord family.”