1978 John Handy – Where Go The Boats

Where Go the Boats is a 1978 album by jazz saxophonist John Handy.

John Richard Handy III (born February 3, 1933)  is an American jazz musician most commonly associated with the alto saxophone. He also sings and plays the tenor and baritone saxophone, saxello, clarinet, and oboe.


1  Right There, Right There (John Handy; James Leary) 06:24
2  Moogie Woogie (John Handy) 06:14
3  Where Go The Boats (Peter Dykema; Beatrice Scott; Robert Louis Stevenson) 04:25
4  Go For Yourself (John Handy) 03:28
5  The Hissing Of Summer Lawns (John Guerin; Joni Mitchell) 04:59
6  She Just Won’t Boogie With Me (Abraham Laboriel Sr; James Gadson; Lee Ritenour; Bill King; Eddie Brown; John Handy) 04:34
7  Erica (John Handy) 08:00
8  Salud To Sonny (John Handy) 04:20


BassAbraham Laboriel Sr
DrumsJames Gadson
GuitarLee Ritenour
GuitarSteve Erquiaga
Electric PianoBill King
PianoBill King
SynthesizerIan Underwood
SaxJohn Handy
SaxHerman Riley
TromboneDonald Cooke
TrumpetNolan Smith
CongasEddie Brown
VocalsJohn Handy

Other Musicians

2 Moogie Woogie

BassJames Leary
DrumsEddie Marshall

3 Where Go The Boats

Guitar (solo)Lee Ritenour

6 She Just Won’t Boogie With Me

VocalsEddie Brown

7 Erica

DrumsEddie Marshall
Acoustic GuitarAbraham Laboriel Sr
SarodAashish Khan

8 Salud To Sonny

DrumsEddie Marshall

Liner Notes

Producer – Esmond Edwards
Arranged By (Horns, Strings) – Phil Wright
Concertmaster – Sidney Sharp
Engineer (Recording) – Barney Perkins, Michael Fusaro, Kevin Kern
Mastered By – John Golden
Mixed By – Barney Perkins

Art Direction – John Cabalka
Design – Brad Kanawyer
Illustration – Bill Imhoff

Mastered At Kendun Recorders
Mixed At Kendun Recorders
Recorded At Kendun Recorders
Recorded At The Burbank Studios
Recorded At CBS Studios, San Francisco
Recorded At One Step Up Recording Studio
Phonographic Copyright Warner Bros Records Inc
Copyright Warner Bros Records Inc