Personnel: Mark James, Mitch Dalton (guitar); Andy Mackintosh, Stan Sulzmann (flute, alto saxophone); Ben Castle, Dave Bishop (clarinet, tenor saxophone); Jeff Daly (baritone saxophone); Noel Langley, Mike Lovatt, Derek Watkins, Simon Gardner (trumpet, flugelhorn); Pete Beachill, Gordon Campbell, Andy Wood (tenor trombone); David Stewart (bass trombone); Pete Murray (piano); Mark Hodgson (double bass); Steve Pearce (electric bass); Ralph Salmins (drums).
Audio Mixer: Jochem van der Saag.
Recording information: Angel Studios, London; Home Studios, Hamburg; Osceola Studios, Raleigh, NC; Soundpure Studios, Durham, NC; Strange Cranium Studios, New York, NY.
Photographer: Vincent Soyez.
Arranger: Chris Walden .
American Idol crooner Clay Aiken's first release for the Decca label features 11 standards from the '50s and '60s. Released in 2010, Tried & True includes pop classics like "Suspicious Minds," "What Kind of Fool Am I?," and "Misty," as well as "Mack the Knife" and "Unchained Melody," both of which he covered with great success during his run on Idol.
Can't Take My Eyes Off You
What Kind of Fool Am I? - (featuring David Sanborn)