Down In The Depths Of The 90th Floor / Helen Carr
DOWN IN THE DEPTHS OF THE 90TH
"• One of the darkest vocal jazz albums of the 50s – packaged with a great title and cover image that features a lone lit window in a New York skyscraper! • Helen has incredible backing on the record – a small combo that includes Charlie Mariano on alto sax, Don Fagerquist on trumpet, and Donn Trenner on piano – all gently sliding in behind Carr's blue vocals in a way that's similar to some of the Chris Connor work on Bethlehem from the same time. • Titles include a near-perfect reading of ""Down In The Depths On The 90th Floor"", plus ""Not Mine"", ""Tulip Or Turnip"", ""Moments Like This"", ""I'm Glad There Is You"", and ""Memory Of The Rain""."