Potions [from the 50s]


  1. Lullaby Of Birdland – 2:56
  2. Cry Me A River – 4:02
  3. Fly Me To The Moon – 3:41
  4. Hey There – 3:30
  5. I’m Walkin’ – 2:36
  6. You Don’t Know Me – 4:36
  7. In The Still Of The Night – 4:28
  8. The Thrill Is Gone – 4:41
  9. A Summer Place – 3:33
  10. Love Potion #9 – 3:28
  11. Teach Me Tonight – 3:53
  12. After The Lights Go Down Low – 3:22
  13. Misty – 5:24
  14. The Party’s Over – 2:48
  15. The Man I Love – 5:58 [Bonus Track]

Potions [from the 50s]
© 2014 by A.T. Music LLC  [Catalog #3103]

Executive Producer: A.T. Music LLC
Producer: Kenny Werner
Recording Engineer: Al Schmitt, Capitol Records Studio
Mixing Engineer: Al Schmitt, Capitol Records Studio
Mastered by: Bernie Grundman, Bernie Grundman Mastering
Asst. Engineers: Steve Genewick, Akihiro Nishimura
Arrangements: Kenny Werner, Steve Rawlins, Bill Cunliffe, Mike Lang and Lyn Stanley

Photography: Tyree Phillips, Evelina Pentcheva, Anthony Mongiello, Steven Speliotis
Liner Notes Consultant: Scott Yanow
Graphic Design: Katie Mecham Design

Musician Tracks: Capitol Records Studio (Hollywood, CA) and Avatar Recording Studio (New York, NY)
Session Conductor: Steve Rawlins
Vocal Tracks: Capitol Records Studio (U47-used by Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole); LAfx Studios (U47)
Producer: Kenny Werner


  • *Original recordings in ProTools 192/32bit at Avatar
  • **Hybrid recording – rhythm section tracking in analog tape; percussion, guitar, Hammond B-3 Organ in ProTools 192/32bit
  • Analog Tape (14-2” reels): RMG International
  • Vinyl pressing plant: RTI
  • SACD: Sony DACD Austria
  • Neumann U 47 mic

All vocals by Lyn Stanley
Piano musicians: Kenny Werner, Mike Lang, Bill Cunliffe
Bass musicians: Mike Valerio, Johannes WEIDENMUELLER
Drum musicians: Joe La Barbera, Ari Hoenig, John Robinson
Soloists: Glenn Drewes (trumpet/flugelhorn), Thom Rotella (guitar), Tom Rainier (clarinet), Luis Conte (percussion) and Rickey Woodard (tenor saxophone)

SPECIAL thanks – Kenny Werner, Al Schmitt, Bernie Grundman, Steve Genewick, Tamir Hendelman, Mike Lang, Alex Vardin, Paula Salvadore and Michael Fremer – I am ever grateful for your contributions.

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