Andrew Hill - One For One mp3 album
Title: One For One
Style: Post Bop
Date of release: 1975
Size MP3: 1388 mb
Size FLAC: 1145 mb
Format: MP2 APE MPC FLAC AC3 TTA DXD
One for One is a compilation album of previously unissued studio tracks by American jazz pianist Andrew Hill, featuring performances recorded in 1965, 1969 and 1970 but not released on the Blue Note label until 1975 as a double LP. It features eleven of Hill's compositions: tracks 7-11 would later be released on The Complete Blue Note Andrew Hill Sessions (1963-66) in 1995 (and in 2006 as Pax); tracks 1-6 would be featured on Mosaic Select 16: Andrew Hill only in 2005.
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Producer – Alfred Lion (tracks: C1 to D2), Frank Wolff (tracks: A1 to B3). Producer – Michael Cuscuna. Includes a unique combination of a jazz quartet coupled with a string quartet. All material in this album is previously unreleased and issued here for the first time. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
Information for album "One For One": Andrew Hill. Members · A · 1965-1970.
Andrew Hill (born June 30, 1931 – April 20, 2007) was an American jazz pianist and composer. View full artist profile. Thursday 31 January 2019. 0. Friday 1 February 2019. Saturday 2 February 2019.
The fifth album from the Chicago-born pianist Andrew Hill catapulted him to the top tier of forward-looking jazz composers of the ’60s. As Ornette Coleman and John Coltrane pioneered jazz’s New Thing movement, loosening the shackles of long-established chord progressions, Hill’s tight-knit pieces played within them, drawing on post-bop, avant-garde, and the blues. Point of Departure is at once abstract and dynamic, labyrinthine and lyrical, dizzying and dense with ideas. There’s the plaintive country balladry of Sinful Heart, the proto-girl-group hearts and flowers of A Date With Jerry, and clap-along jump rope jams like You’re the One for Me. But her charisma really shines on her fastest, toughest, most boastful tracks. Along with her famous novelty single Fujiyama Mama (a big hit in Japan, despite its distasteful references to Hiroshima and Nagasaki), Hot Dog!
Hill first recorded as a sideman in 1954, but his reputation was made by his Blue Note recordings as leader from 1963 to 1970, which featured several other important post-bop musicians including Joe Chambers, Richard Davis, Eric Dolphy, Bobby Hutcherson, Joe Henderson, Freddie Hubbard, Elvin Jones, Woody Shaw, Tony Williams, and John Gilmore. Hill also played on albums by Henderson, Hutcherson, and Hank Mobley. Hill's album Dusk was selected best album of 2001 by both Down Beat and JazzTimes; and in 2003, Hill received the Jazzpar Prize. Hill's earlier work also received renewed attention as a result of the belated release of several unissued sessions made in the 1960s for Blue Note, notably the ambitious large-group date Passing Ships. Retrieved March 11, 2018. Ratliff, Ben (April 21, 2007).
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Andrew Hill: Dusk by Mark Corroto, published on June 1, 2000. Alfred Lion, founder of Blue Note records, reaction to encountering pianist Andrew Hill's music said it was exactly like the experience he had the first time he heard Thelonious Monk and Herbie Nichols. Lion and Blue Note devoted most of the 1960s to recording sessions for Hill. His sixties sessions were unique post-Monk visions somewhere between bop and the avant-garde. Like Herbie Nichols, Hill didn't receive the deserved public recognition during his Blue Note career.
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- Copyright (c) – United Artists Music And Records Group, Inc.
- Manufactured By – United Artists Music And Records Group, Inc.
- Recorded At – Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
- Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Flute – Pat Patrick (tracks: A1 to A3)
- Art Direction, Design – Bob Cato
- Bass – Richard Davis (tracks: C1 to D2), Ron Carter (tracks: A1 to B3)
- Bass Clarinet – Bennie Maupin (tracks: A1 to A3)
- Directed By [String Quartet] – Kermit Moore (tracks: B1 to B3)
- Drums – Ben Riley (tracks: A1 to A3), Freddie Waits (tracks: B1 to B3), Joe Chambers (tracks: C1 to D2)
- Liner Notes – Leonard Feather
- Photography By – Raymond Ross
- Piano – Andrew Hill
- Producer [Original Session] – Alfred Lion (tracks: C1 to D2), Frank Wolff* (tracks: A1 to B3)
- Producer [Produced For Release By] – Michael Cuscuna
- Tenor Saxophone – Joe Henderson (tracks: C1 to D2)
- Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Bennie Maupin (tracks: A1 to B3)
- Trumpet – Charles Tolliver (tracks: A1 to A3), Freddie Hubbard (tracks: C1 to D2)
NotesSide A recorded on January 16 and 23, 1970 in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.
Side B recorded on August 1, 1969, in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.
Side C and D recorded on February 10, 1965, in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.
"The great composer/pianist in three previously unreleased sessions. Includes a unique combination of a jazz quartet coupled with a string quartet."
All material in this album is previously unreleased and issued here for the first time.
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