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Hamp Hawes - Haig download mp3 album
Performer:
Album:
Haig
Style:
Bop, Cool Jazz
Released:
1951
Country:
US
FLAC vers. size:
1750 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1131 mb
WMA vers. size:
1651 mb
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Rating:
4.4 ★
Votes:
535

Label: Vantage Records (2) ‎– VLP-1. Format: Vinyl, 10", 33 ⅓ RPM, Mini-Album, Reissue, Mono.

Hampton Hawes, piano; Harper Cosby, bass; Lawrence Marable, drums. The Haig", Hollywood, CA, September 22, 1951. Blue Bird (as Hamp's Paws).

Hamp Hawes Quartet is a hard bop music album recording by HAMPTON HAWES released in 1953 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. A1 Terrible T A2 Fanfare A3 Just Squeeze Me A4 I'll Remember April B1 Hamp's Paws B2 Move B3 Once In A While B4 Buzzy. Bass – Clarence Jones Drums – Larry Marable Piano – Hampton Hawes Vibraphone – Larry Bunker. Esquire ‎– 20-079 (UK). recorded December 1952. Thanks to snobb for the addition. No release results found : showing artist results instead.

Hampton Barnett Hawes, Jr. (November 13, 1928 – May 22, 1977) was an American jazz pianist. He was the author of the memoir Raise Up Off Me, which won the Deems-Taylor Award for music writing in 1975. Hampton Hawes was born on November 13, 1928, in Los Angeles, California. His father, Hampton Hawes, S. was minister of Westminster Presbyterian Church in Los Angeles. His mother, the former Gertrude Holman, was Westminster's church pianist.

Watch the video for Hamp's Blues from Hampton Hawes's Hamp's Piano for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Hampton Hawes (November 13, 1928 – May 22, 1977) was an American bebop and hard-bop jazz pianist, recognized as one of the finest and most influential of the 1950s. Hampton Barnett Hawes, Jr. was born November 13, 1928 in Los Angeles, California. was minister of Westminster Presbysterian Church in Los Angeles. Hawes' first experience with the piano was as a toddler sitting on his mother's lap while she practiced.

Arguably the most compelling album he made was 1955’s classic Concert By The Sea, which captures Garner in all his glory. 16: Dave Brubeck (1920-2012) One of an elite handful of jazz artists to score a big crossover pop hit in the 60s (‘Take Five’), California-born Brubeck, who grew up on a ranch, studied to be a vet but switched to music during college. Hampton Hawes is another deserving pianist who both Art Tatum and Oscar Peterson admired so greatly. Why is Bud Powell rated so low when most pianist during his time and much later tried to emulate hi. How Nat King Cole was left out boggles the mind, he was only crucial in developing the Jazz trio, a format that made Bill Evans and so many others so popular. Another vote for Al Haig. He’s my idea of a perfect pianist.

Tracklist

A1 Hamp's Paws
A2 Buzzy
B1 Another Hairdo
B2 These Foolish Things
B3 Hamp's Claws

Credits

  • Bass – Harper Cosby
  • Drums – Lawrence Marable
  • Piano – Hamp Hawes*

Notes

2nd version

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VLP-1 Hamp Hawes* Haig ‎(10", MiniAlbum, Mono) Vantage Records VLP-1 US 1951