Anderson, Ernestine - When the Sun Goes Down - Used LP
solid jazz blues date, Anderson showing her R&B and gospel roots, the whole group swinging their jazz chops, Anderson giving the band time to do their thing, Red Holloway blowing sax, Gene harris on piano, the set concluding with a rare vocal version of "Mercy Mercy Mercy." -- winch
"On one of her best Concord recordings, Ernestine Anderson (who is joined by tenor man Red Holloway, pianist Gene Harris, bassist Ray Brown, and drummer Gerryck King) is quite soulful and bluesy throughout this strong program. She makes such tunes as "Someone Else Is Steppin' In," "In the Evening (When the Sun Goes Down)," and "I Love Being Here with You" sound as if they were written for her, while "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy" is heard in a very rare vocal version. Actually, all eight songs (which also include "Goin' to Chicago Blues" and "Down Home Blues") are well worth hearing. Recommended."