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Jim Hall - Subsequently (1992)

4-01-2014, 05:28
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Jim Hall - Subsequently (1992)


Artist: Jim Hall
Title Of Album: Subsequently
Year Of Release: 1992
Genre: Jazz
Label: MusicMasters
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 53:48
Total Size: 122,74 MB


Jim Hall's third CD for Musicmasters is the usual excellent mix of well-crafted originals and thoughtfully-arranged standards that one has come to expect from the veteran guitarist. It also marks the addition of young keyboardist Larry Goldings and the recording debut of a promising young Danish tenor saxophonist Rasmus Lee. The leader's "Subsequently" is an immediately infectious song that kicks off the release, while "Pancho" is a captivating bossa nova with a few twists thrown in, and "Waiting to Dance" is a brisk waltz that has a few detours into post-bop. Hall's also covers his wife's tasty composition "The Answer Is Yes" once again. Standard fare includes a gracefully swinging "I'm in the Mood for Love" and a foot-tapping "More Than You Know"; harmonica player Toots Thielemans is a special guest on his own upbeat "Waltz for Sonny." With the demise of Musicmasters, this highly recommended CD could soon turn into a hard to find collectable.


Tracklist:

01. Subsequently (Hall)
02. Mister Blues (Hall)
03. Pancho (Hall)
04. The Answer Is Yes (Hall)
05. Waiting to Dance (Hall)
06. I'm in the Mood for Love (Fields-McHugh)
07. What's It Like to Love? (Goldings)
08. Waltz for Sonny (Thielemans)
09. More Than You Know (Eliscu-Rose-Youmans)

Musicians:

Jim Hall - guitar
Rasmus Lee - tenor saxophone
Toots Thielemans - harmonica
Larry Goldings - piano, Hammond organ
Steve LaSpina - bass
Terry Clarke - drums


Jim Hall - Subsequently (1992)






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