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Double Trouble - Hampton Hawes - Playin In The Yard (Vinyl, LP)

8 Reply to “ Double Trouble - Hampton Hawes - Playin In The Yard (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. JoJom says:
    This live LP (which has not yet been reissued on CD) mostly features Hampton Hawes on electric piano, performing at the Montreux Jazz Festival in a trio with electric bassist Bob Cranshaw and drummer Kenny Clarke. Hawes interprets three of his originals, Sonny Rollins' catchy "Playin' in the Yard," and "Stella by Starlight." Although well-played, little memorable occurs, and Hawes never 7/
  2. Faeran says:
    Some of the greatest recordings ever made by pianist Hampton Hawes – extremely different from most of his earlier sides, done with loads of cool 70s electric touches! The first album on this 2-in-1 set is the excellent live album Playin In The Yard – a killer session at Montreux in , done with a light open-ended groove that's got a sweet mellow feel. The record is similar to.
  3. Zulur says:
    Hampton Hawes Quartet Vol.2 Jazz Record Vinyl lp Album. $ $ + $ shipping. Hampton Hawes - High In The Sky LP MINT Vinnegar Bailey Trio Post Bop Vault. $ + $ shipping. HAMPTON HAWES TRIO HERE AND NOW LP '66 MONO ORIGINAL PRESS PLAYS GREAT! Musical/Original Cast Soundtracks & Musicals Double LP Vinyl Seller Rating: % positive.
  4. Jujora says:
    HAMPTON HAWES is anew piano player to me and I found this album covering three brackets of tunes all recoded one lengthy session quite an achievement. The Avid CD's are well recorded and the price for this 2 CD album is most reasonable hence this album like all the Avids are excellent value and may be recommended as such/5(6).
  5. Samunris says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Playin' In The Yard on Discogs.
  6. Shakasida says:
    Vinyl from $ 1 Used from $ 1 Collectible from $/5(1).
  7. Douzuru says:
    Mar 24, - Back to the jazz remakes. Went with a bit of an obscure one here. Recorded just before he went to prison.
  8. Yokazahn says:
    "Old good music can never be bad, and bad new music can never become good," Hampton Hawes wrote in his notes for this album. Recorded in , the music in The Séance proves the first half of Hamp's axiom; it is as good, fresh and exciting as the day it was captured on tape. Working with his favorite bassist, Red Mitchell, and the astonishing drummer Donald Bailey, the pianist recorded during.

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