Esther Phillips' fifth album was produced by Creed Taylor for his own CTI label and arranged by guitarist Joe Beck (which results in some awesome hot guitar tracks). Recorded in 1975 at the superior (wooden) acoustic of Rudy Van Gelder's custom studio in Englewood Cliffs, with a line-up consisting of the hottest jazz musicians of that time from Michael Brecker on tenor sax, David Sanborn on alto sax, and Randy Brecker on trumpet to Steve Khan on guitar and Don Grolnick on keyboards. This record, a combination of R&B, disco, jazz and blues is Esther's most commercial album and puts the legendary singer on the highest international level where she belongs.
Esther Phillips' fifth album was produced by Creed Taylor for his own CTI label and arranged by guitarist Joe Beck (which results in some awesome hot guitar tracks). Recorded in 1975 at the superior (wooden) acoustic of Rudy Van Gelder's custom studio in Englewood Cliffs, with a line-up consisting of the hottest jazz musicians of that time from Michael Brecker on tenor sax, David Sanborn on alto sax, and Randy Brecker on trumpet to Steve Khan on guitar and Don Grolnick on keyboards. This record, a combination of R&B, disco, jazz and blues is Esther's most commercial album and puts the legendary singer on the highest international level where she belongs.
8718627232675

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Format: CD
Label: MUSIC ON CD
Rel. Date: 10/23/2020
UPC: 8718627232675

What A Diff'rence A Day (Hol)
Artist: Esther Phillips
Format: CD
New: Available 15.99
Wish

Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. One Night Affair
2. What a Diff'rence a Day Makes
3. Mister Magic
4. You're Coming Home
5. I Can Stand a Little Rain
6. Hurtin' House
7. Oh Papa
8. Turn Around, Look at Me
9. Look at Me 1
10. What a Diff'rence a Day Makes (Bonus Track - Single Version)

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Esther Phillips' fifth album was produced by Creed Taylor for his own CTI label and arranged by guitarist Joe Beck (which results in some awesome hot guitar tracks). Recorded in 1975 at the superior (wooden) acoustic of Rudy Van Gelder's custom studio in Englewood Cliffs, with a line-up consisting of the hottest jazz musicians of that time from Michael Brecker on tenor sax, David Sanborn on alto sax, and Randy Brecker on trumpet to Steve Khan on guitar and Don Grolnick on keyboards. This record, a combination of R&B, disco, jazz and blues is Esther's most commercial album and puts the legendary singer on the highest international level where she belongs.