by Scott Yanow, Jazziz

What Is There To Say? features Weeds with strings. Phil Dwyer, who is also quite a skilled tenor saxophonist, is heard on piano and provides the arrangements for the 13 strings. Tempos range from slow ballads to medium pace, and repertoire consists of obscurities, including Duke Pearson’s “The Phantom,” which is played in a medley with “The In Crowd”; a few standards (“I Wish You Love,” “There’s a Boat Leavin’ Soon for New York” and the title cut); and three Weeds originals, of which “Love Is Wild” is particularly memorable.”

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