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Act Your Age (Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band album)

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Act Your Age (Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band album)

Act Your Age
Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band
Released September 30, 2008
Genre Jazz
Length 67:39
Label Immergent
Producer Lee Ritenour
Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band chronology

The Phat Pack
Act Your Age
That's How We Roll

Act Your Age is the fourth album recorded by Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band.[1] The album includes a DVD containing recording studio footage and bonus features, such as a 5.1 surround sound mix of the album. It received a 2008 GRAMMY nomination in the Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album category.

The album features many guest artists including Chick Corea on his own composition "Señor Mouse". Another track incorporates Zenph Studios' re-performance of Art Tatum's 1949 recording of "Yesterdays", with a big band arrangement by Goodwin.[1] This track received a 2008 GRAMMY nomination for Best Instrumental Arrangement.[2]

Track listing

  1. "Hit the Ground Running"
  2. "Watermelon Man"
  3. "September" (featuring Patti Austin and Lee Ritenour)
  4. "Yesterdays" (featuring Art Tatum)
  5. "Señor Mouse" (featuring Chick Corea)
  6. "Punta Del Soul"
  7. "Act Your Age" (featuring Nathan East)
  8. "Chance Encounters"
  9. "Backrow Politics"
  10. "East Coast Envy"
  11. "El Macho Muchacho"
  12. "Gumbo Street"


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