Recorded at: Chelsea Studios, Nashville TN
Recording Engineers: Chuck Haines, Ben Sams
Mixing Engineer: Chuck Haines
Mastering: Chris Milfred at Groovelab Mastering, Nashville, TN
Arranger: Tony Migliore
Horn Arrangement: Denis Solte
CD artwork and design: Aaron Geis
CD photography: Tom Struzik, assisted by Sylvia Rappenecker
Studio Photography: Dan Helland
Lead Vocals: Jen Rathbun
Piano and Synth: Tony Migliore
Bass: David Smith, Jimmy Carter
Drums: Jerry Kroon, Chris Brooks
Guitars: Pete Bordonali
Background Vocals: Lori Brooks, Stephen Hill, Michael Black, Jen Rathbun
Horns: Denis Solee, George Tidwell, Chris McDonald
Violins: Carl Gorodetzky, Conni Ellisor, Alan Umstead, MaryKathryn VanOsdale
Cello: Carole Rabinowitz
Accordion: Tony Migliore
Copyright ©2004 Jen Rathbun/Sixerdoodle Music, BMI
All I Want Is You, Maybe, Cool Cat, I'm So Lonely, Nasty - Words & Music by Jen Rathbun; The Yard Man - Words by Chris Stiteler,TC Smythe & Jen Rathbun, Music by Chris Stiteler & TC Smythe; Married, Buried, or Gay - Words by Ande Rasmussen and Jen Rathbun, Music by Jen Rathbun; Monday Blues - Words by David Garver & Jen Rathbun, Music by Jen Rathbun; Coffee, Chocolate, & Men - Words by Ande Rasmussen and Jen Rathbun, Music by Jen Rathbun; Doctor of Love - Music by Dave Bannen, Music by Jen Rathbun; Seven Digits, Words by Ande Rasmussen, Music by Jen Rathbun.
Jen Rathbun is a singer/songwriter/pianist from Houston, Texas.
Her work has garnered comparisons to Rosemary Clooney, Billie Holiday and Bette Midler.
Jen's new Jazz CD "Coffee, Chocolate & Men" contains a healthy dose of humor and double-entendre.
Lucky Boyd, music critic, advisor, and co-founder of MyTexasMusic.com said the disc was,
"quite possibly the sexiest album ever recorded".
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