Sunday, January 10, 2016

Jim Hall - Subsequently

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, so it merits immediate an immediate search.
Ken Dryden

Source : http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:hxfexq9gld6e

Jim Hall
Subsequently

Tracks

1 Subsequently (Hall)  5:39
2 Mr. Blues (Hall)  5:27
3 Pancho (Hall)  8:18
4 The Answer is Yes (Hall)  6:45
5 Waiting to Dance (Hall)  5:22
6 I'm in the Mood for Love (Fields, McHugh)  6:11
7 What's it Like to Love ? (Goldings)  5:01
8 Waltz for Sonny (Thielemans)  3:43
9 More Than You Know (Eliscu, Rose, Youmans)  7:18

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Personnel
Jim Hall - g
Rasmus Lee - ts
Larry Goldings - p & ham org
Toots Thielemans - hrmc
Steve La Spina - b
Terry Clarke - dr

Recorded at Sound on Sound Recording Studios, New York City ; January 1991

11 comments:

obelix said...

Exceptional work Mel ! TY !

ita diegues said...

Thanks Melanchthon for anotheralbum I didn't know.

Anonymous said...

thank you very much

velobrewer said...

Beautiful Jim Hall album Mel. Thank You.

Anonymous said...

Mel, please re-upload link one. Thanks!

Rick said...

Hi Mel, it's a great site you run here with excellent music, some of which has been invaluable in my musical education and pleasure.
May I ask a favour - that you note for each posting what is the file format? That way I can know if e.g. you're offering FLAC when I may already only have the MP3. I know this will be more trouble for you, but it's really useful information if I'm considering whether to download.

wouter said...

thank you for a great upgrade, Mel!

Melanchthon said...

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deGallo said...

Thank you.

Fred Archtop said...

Thanks for this masterpiece. Cheers.

ProfessorCalculus said...

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