Hot House Flowers (album)
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Hot House Flowers Album
Hot House Flowers
Hot House Flowers - Wynton Marsalis.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedDecember 18, 1984 (1984-12-18)
RecordedMay 30-31, 1984
StudioRCA Studio A, New York
ProducerGeorge Butler, Steven Epstein
Wynton Marsalis chronology
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Hot House Flowers is an album by Wynton Marsalis that won the Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Soloist in 1985.[1] The album peaked at number 90 on the Billboard 200, number 53 on the Billboard R&B Albums chart, and number 1 on the Top Jazz Albums chart.[2]

Professional ratings
Review scores
The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide3/5 stars[3]

Track listing

1."Stardust"Hoagy Carmichael, Mitchell Parish4:07
2."Lazy Afternoon"Jerome Moross, John Latouche5:03
3."For All We Know"John Frederick Coots, Sam M. Lewis6:15
4."When You Wish upon a Star"Ned Washington, Leigh Harline4:40
5."Django"John Lewis4:52
6."Melancholia"Duke Ellington5:46
7."Hot House Flowers"Wynton Marsalis5:46
8."I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)"Al J. Neiburg, Doc Daugherty, Ellis Reynolds5:41


  • Wynton Marsalis - trumpet
  • Branford Marsalis - soprano and tenor saxophones
  • Kent Jordan - alto flute
  • Paul McCandless - oboe and english horn
  • Andrew Schwartz - bassoon
  • Peter Gordon - french horn
  • Tony Price - tuba
  • Kenny Kirkland - piano
  • Ron Carter - double bass
  • Jeff "Tain" Watts - drums
  • Charles Libove (concertmaster), Ingrid Arden, Peter Dimitriades, Gayle Dixon, Guillermo Figueroa, Winterton Garvey, Harry Glickman, Regis Iandiorio, Ray Kunicki, Patmore Lewis, Diane Monroe, Louann Montesi - violins
  • Al Brown, Theodore Israel, Mitsue Takayama, Harry Zaratzian - violas
  • Seymour Barab, Richard Locker, Alvin McCall, Frederick Zlotkin - cellos
  • Bob Freedman - arranger, orchestrator and conductor


  1. ^ "Hot House Flowers". Allmusic. Retrieved 2011.
  2. ^ "Hot House Flowers: Charts & Awards". Allmusic. Retrieved 2011.
  3. ^ Swenson, J., ed. (1985). The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide. U.S.: Random House/Rolling Stone. p. 131. ISBN 0-394-72643-X.
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