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In Hoagland is an album by Georgie Fame, Annie Ross and Hoagy Carmichael, featuring a band of leading UK jazz musicians and arrangements by Harry South. Originally released under the title In Hoagland '81, it was recorded in London and released in June 1981, just a few months before Carmichael died in December of that year.
|Studio album by|
|Studio||Trident Studios, London|
|Label||Baldeagle BELP 181|
|Producer||Georgie Fame, John Lambe, Rod Slade|
All tracks composed by Hoagy Carmichael; except where indicated
- "The Old Music Master" (Catmichael, Johnny Mercer)
- "Hong Kong Blues"
- "Georgia on My Mind" (Carmichael, Stuart Gorrell)
- "One Morning in May"
- "My Resistance Is Low" (Carmichael, Harold Adamson)
- I Get Along Without You Very Well"
- "Rockin' Chair"
- "Drip Drop"
- "Stardust" (Carmichael, Mitchell Parish)
- "Up a Lazy River" (Carmichael, Sidney Arodin)
- "Two Sleepy People" (Carmichael, Frank Loesser)
- "Hoagy's Help" (Spoken)
- Georgie Fame - keyboards, vocals, producer, arranger
- Annie Ross – vocals
- Hoagy Carmichael - piano, vocals
- Harry South – arranger
- Barry Morgan - drums
- Chris Pyne - trombone
- Daryl Runswick - bass
- Dick Morrissey - tenor saxophone, flute
- Jim Richardson - bass
- Geoff Castle - synthesizer, keyboards
- Ian Hamer - trumpet
- Martin Kershaw - guitar
- Peter King - alto saxophone
- Steve Short, Dai Reynolds, Terry Evennett - engineer
- Credits. Allmusic. Consulted 6 May 2015.