Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Hampton Hawes Trio - Here And Now (1965)



Personnel:
Hampton Hawes (p)
Chuck Israels (b)
Donald Bailey (d)

Tracklisting:
Fly Me To The Moon
What Kind Of Fool Am I? -
The Girl From Ipanema -
Rhonda -
Dear Heart -
People -
Chim Chim Cheree -
The Days Of Wine And Roses -

* Hampton Hawes - Here And Now (Contemporary M 3616, S 7616; Fantasy OJC 178, OJCCD 178-2)

Rec. Los Angeles, CA, May 12, 1965

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi

again, thanks for your H.H. music.



my best spanish regards

pedro

Mr B said...

cool!

Alex said...

Great job. I would like to offer my congrats for your contribute to the jazz lover.

Anonymous said...

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jazz lover from south korea ^^

sasha said...

Having listened to fair amount of Hamptons recorded output I'd have to say that this session has a certain transitional feel to it..Chuck plays a lot more fast and loose than say a Leroy Vinegar, Red Mitchell or Ray Brown..Oddly enough this to my ear forces Hawes into a more conservative space..Whilst clearly aware of the post-Hancock approach Hawes seems uncertain on this recording how to accomodate it into his love of song form..Other recordings of the 60's, to my ears, show him more happily combining these elements.

d3lta said...

Agreed. I regard this Hampton offering as transitional myself, the step before making the full switch to his next and alas, last phase.