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Album: After Hours
# Song Title   Time
1)    Beyond The Bluebird Album Version More Info... 8:13
2)    Woody'n You Album Version More Info... 5:45
3)    Blues In My Heart Album Version More Info... 6:25
4)    Bye Bye Blues Album Version More Info... 7:26
5)    What's New Album Version More Info... 5:56
6)    You're Not The Kind Album Version More Info... 5:48
7)    Black Velvet (don Cha Go 'way Mad) Album Version More Info... 7:01
8)    How Am I To Know Album Version More Info... 7:48
9)    Some Other Spring Album Version More Info... 4:47
10)    Steeplechase Album Version More Info... 5:46
 

Album: After Hours
# Song Title   Time
1)    Beyond The Bluebird Album Version More Info... 8:13
2)    Woody'n You Album Version More Info... 5:45
3)    Blues In My Heart Album Version More Info... 6:25
4)    Bye Bye Blues Album Version More Info... 7:26
5)    What's New Album Version More Info... 5:56
6)    You're Not The Kind Album Version More Info... 5:48
7)    Black Velvet (don Cha Go 'way Mad) Album Version More Info... 7:01
8)    How Am I To Know Album Version More Info... 7:48
9)    Some Other Spring Album Version More Info... 4:47
10)    Steeplechase Album Version More Info... 5:46
 
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Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Scott Hamilton (tenor saxophone); Tommy Flanagan (piano); Bob Cranshaw (bass); Lewis Nash (drums).
  • Personnel: Scott Hamilton (tenor saxophone); Tommy Flanagan (piano); Lewis Nash (drums).
  • Audio Mixer: Phil Edwards .
  • Liner Note Author: Peter Straub.
  • Recording information: Sound On Sound, N.Y., NY (12/18/1996/12/19/1996).
  • Photographers: R. Andrew Lepley; Janet Sommer; Tim Lewis .
Professional Reviews
Down Beat (11/97, pp.54-55) - 4 stars (out of 5) - "...the rhythm section...is the strongest of Hamilton's career....the sonic quality of AFTER HOURSis appropriate for an artist who can be enjoyed on one level purely as sensual stimulus....he is one of the most reliable improvisers in jazz..."

JazzTimes (9/97, p.78) - "The swinging quartet album is fueled by the supple saxophone of Scott Hamilton, proffering his trademark bag of '30s-and- '40s-style tenor talk....The album title celebrates the Hamilton-Flanagan Town Hall performance, which evoke a smoky, late-night club feel in concert."
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