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Andrew Hill - Compulsion (1965) [2015 Japan SHM-CD 24-192 Remaster]

2-11-2015, 15:13
Music | Jazz | Oldies | FLAC / APE

Title: Compulsion
Year Of Release: 2015 (1965)
Label: Universal Japan [UCCQ-5118]
Genre: Jazz / Post Bop / Avant-Garde
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue,log) | Mp3 CBR 320 kbps
Total Time: 41:03
Total Size: 436 MB | 185 MB (Scans)

Features SHM-CD format and the latest 24bit 192kHz remastering. One of the most dynamic albums that Andrew Hill ever cut for Blue Note – a record of long tracks, played by a largeish group who seem perfectly suited to Hill's most creative musical ideas! There's an approach here that almost predates some of the more righteous soul jazz ensemble sides of the 70s – as Hill's piano leads a octet that features Freddie Hubbard on trumpet, John Gilmore on tenor and bass clarinet, Cecil McBee and Richard Davis on basses, Joe Chambers on drums, and Nedi Quamar and Renaud Simmons on percussion. The percussionists roll out with quite a bit of presence in the set – not so much as on some of the Art Blakey percussion sides for Blue Note, but more with a pronounced sense of "bottom" that you might not always hear from Hill – an earthy, sometimes organic way of riffing that then allows freer solo work from the horns and piano on the top!


01 - Compulsion
02 - Legacy
03 - Premonition
04 - Limbo

Andrew Hill - piano
Freddie Hubbard - trumpet, flugelhorn
John Gilmore - tenor saxophone, bass clarinet
Cecil McBee - bass
Joe Chambers - drums
Renaud Simmons - conga
Nadi Qamar - African drums, African thumb piano
Richard Davis - bowed bass (track 3)

Andrew Hill - Compulsion (1965) [2015 Japan SHM-CD 24-192 Remaster]

Andrew Hill - Compulsion (1965) [2015 Japan SHM-CD 24-192 Remaster]

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