Total time: 68:01 min.
01. No One (Eddie Harris) 3:45
02. Dancing Bull (Eddie Harris) 4:15
03. Cuttin' out (Eddie Harris) 3:52
04. Down (Eddie Harris) 4:55
05. Just Friends (Klenner-Lewis) 4:29
06. Olifant Gesang (Eddie Harris) 8:13
07. Moon River (Mancini-Mercer) 5:56
08. Fantastic Waltz (Eddie Harris) 4:40
09. Something for Cat (Henry Mancini) 2:14
10. Sally's Tomato (Henry Mancini) 1:10
11. Mr. Yunioshi (Henry Mancini) 3:24
12. The Big Blow out (Henry Mancini) 4:37
13. Hub Caps and Tail Lights (Henry Mancini) 2:20
14. Breakfast at Tiffany's (Henry Mancini) 4:59
15. Latin Golightly (Henry Mancini) 1:50
16. Holly (Henry Mancini) 2:27
17. Loose Caboose (Henry Mancini) 1:43
18. The Big Heist (Henry Mancini) 3:11
Tracks #1-6 & 8, from the 12-inch album "A Study in Jazz" (Vee Jay SR 3028)
Tracks #7 & 9-18, from the 12-inch album "Breakfast at Tiffany's" (Vee Jay SR 3027)
Eddie Harris (tenor sax), John Avant (trombone, out on #14,15), Willie Pickens (piano), Charles Stepney (vibes, out on #9), Joe Diorio (guitar), Roland Faulkner (guitar, replaces Diorio on #1), Melvin Jackson, Richard Evans, Donald Garrett (bass), Harold Jones (drums on #1,3,4), Marshall Thompson (drums on #2,5,6,7), Earl Thomas (drums on #8-18).
All tracks recorded in Chicago, 1961-1962
Booklet includes original cover art in full page
Original sessions supervised by Sid McCoy
Liner notes: Sara Turner & Barbara J. Gardner
Stereo · 24-Bit High Resolution Remastering
Blue Moon Producciones Discograficas S.L.
"Tenor-saxophonist Eddie Harris's third album features him exploring 11 themes from Henry Mancini's score for Breakfast At Tiffany 's. Harris stretches out the most on "Moon River" and the title cut but he does justice to the nine lesser-known themes. This long out-of-print LP holds one's interest throughout and, although Harris comes up with plenty of fresh ideas, he also never leaves the melody far behind. His unlisted backup group is a septet that includes trombonist Joe Avant, vibraphonist Charles Stepney, pianist Willie Pickens and guitarist Joe Diorio. A fine (if obscure) outing."
Scott Yanow -All Music Guide