"Since I Don't Have You " featuring Jazz Legend Benny Golson
Produced and arranged by Gail Davies for Little Chickadee Productions
Recorded and Mixed by Craig White at Curb Studios, Nashville, Tennessee
Additional recordings by Rob Price at LCP Studios, Nashville, Tennessee
Tracks 2,7,8 recorded by Chris Gatzimos at Audio 51 in Nashville, Tennessee
Cover design: Torne White

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Song Titles



Love Ain't Easy
Here's That Rainy Day
Cry On My Shoulder
The Way It Used To Be
Bring Me Down
You're Movin' On
Am I Blue
Good Morning Heartache
Since I Don't Have You
Chinese Translation

Gail Davies
Jimmy Van Heusen & Johnny Burke
Ron Davies
Ron Davies
Chris Scruggs
Gail Davies
Akst & Clarke
Higginbotham, Drake & Fisher
Gail Davies
Ron Davies
M. Ward

Upright Bass:
Electric Guitar:
Steel Guitar:
Acoustic Guitar:
Background Vocals:
Tenor Saxophone:
String Arrangements:
Horn Arrangements:

Bob Mummert (tracks 1,5,6,10), Bob Mater (tracks 2,3,7,8), Duane Norman (tracks 4,9,11)
Chris Walters (tracks 2,3,4,7,8,9,11), Will Barrow (tracks 1,5, 6, 10)
Rob Price (tracks 1,2,3,5,6,7,8,10), Mike Rinne (tracks 4,9,11)
Andy Reiss (tracks 2,3,4,7,8,9,11,) Pat Bergeson (tracks 1,5,6,10)
Chris Scruggs
Chris Scruggs (tracks 1,4,5, 9,10,11), Andy Reiss (tracks 2,7,8), Pat Bergeson (track3)
Billy Contreras
Rob Price, Chris Scruggs, Patty Mitchell, Walker Igleheart, Gail Davies
Benny Golson (tracks 1,2,5,6,8,10)
Steve Patrick
Mark Douthit
Barry Green
Conni Ellisor, Mary Kathryn Van Osdale
Jim Grosjean, Seanad Chang
Carole Rabinowitz
Connie Elisor (track 4) Rob Price (tracks 2,8)
Rob Price (track 1), Gail Davies & Rob Price (track 9)

        Since I Don't Have You is a wonderful collaboration between country singer Gail Davies and jazz legend Benny Golson. It demonstrates that there are really only two kinds of music - good and bad.
        Benny Golson, who is a long time friend of Miss Davies and a fan of country music, is one of the original architects of American jazz. He is the recipient of the Mellon Living Legend Award, the NEA Jazz Masters Award and the Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award, as well as a member of the Jazz Hall of Fame. Benny Golson was also the subject of the Steven Spielberg movie The Terminal in 2004, relating to his picture in the famous 1958 photograph A Great Day In Harlem. For more information visit www.BennyGolson.com

"Singer-songwriter Gail Davies is generally associated with country music, but her latest outing is jazz, jazz, jazz, all the way. This breezy title tune finds her floating and flitting through loads of groovy chord changes. Her tenor saxophone accompanist is Jazz Hall of Fame member Benny Golson. His phrasing is just as cool as hers. The repertoire ranges from standards like "Am I Blue," "Good Morning Heartache" and "Here's That Rainy Day" to newer tunes by the chanteuse, her late brother Ron Davies and her son Chris Scruggs. Heartily recommended." – Music Row Magazine


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