I Feel You is a thrilling collaboration that blends Alpert and Hall's vocal and instrumental gifts to perfection. The songs cover several reinterpreted classics spanning four decades. Recorded in Los Angeles, it is the duo's first studio album in almost ten years. The songs selected by Alpert and Hall include such classics as Van Morrison's "Moondance" and Peggy Lee's "Fever" as well as two Beatles tunes "Here Comes The Sun" and "Blackbird." All the songs on I Feel You are filled with unique and innovative arrangements along with skilled improvisations which breathe fresh life into them. Also on the album is a reinvented version of the Tijuana Brass hit, "What Now My Love."
Though trumpet legend Herb Alpert and wife Lani Hall have been together for more than three decades, it's hard to believe that Anything Goes is their very first album together. A musician and entrepreneur, Alpert is best known for his work in the 1960s with his Tijuana Brass, five number one hits, eight Grammy Awards and fifteen gold albums. As co-founder of A&M Records, Alpert's impact on music has been even greater. ~ AllAboutJazz