By Beth Johnson
October 19, 2001 at 04:00 AM EDT

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Talk about beginner’s luck: Tyrell’s 2000 debut has spent more than 90 weeks on the jazz charts. This time, he’s rounded up 16 classics (”As Time Goes By,” ”Stardust”) and seasoned sidemen (including Clark Terry and Joe Sample) in one nifty package. His Dr. John-ish growl adds a New Orleans grit. And his vinegar-and-honey duet with Jane Monheit on ”Baby, It’s Cold Outside” is a sublime treat, no matter the season.

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