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1-3 (CD), Duke Jordan's "Jordu" and Dizzy Gillespie's "Groovin' High" are superb openers for this first of three volumes. In addition to an invigorating run down "Broadway," Hawes improvised two original themes: "Takin' Care" and a bluesy walk entitled "Hampton's Pulpit" that stretched out for more than 11 minutes, making it the longest track of the entire all-night session.
Collaborating with the pianist on this historic date were guitarist Jim Hall, bassist Red Mitchell, and drummer Eldridge "Bruz" Freeman. The interplay between these four men is marvelous, particularly when heard with headphones or through a sound system allowing for a full appreciation of the stereophonic balance achieved by the recording engineers.
Although Hampton Hawes spontaneously created five original tunes at this extraordinarily inspired date, everything on Vol. The quartet, with bassist Red Mitchell, guitarist Jim Hall, and drummer Eldridge "Bruz" Freeman, collectively improvise their way through four attractive standards "I Should Care" turned out to be the only slow ballad of the entire session and three of Dizzy Gillespie's most refreshing creations.
In Hawes was quoted as saying "It's hard to put into words how good it feels to play jazz when it's really swinging I've reached a point where the music fills you up so much emotionally that you feel like shouting hallelujah -- like people do in church when they're converted to God. That's the way I was feeling the night we recorded All Night Session! Apparently "Blues of a Sort" was a Two Bass Hit - The Hampton Hawes Quartet* - All Night Session! 1-3 (CD) performance, as voices are audible discussing a football game!
For this one-take marathon late-night session of November 12 and 13,Hawes chose to share the studio with guitarist Jim Hall, bassist Red Mitchell Two Bass Hit - The Hampton Hawes Quartet* - All Night Session! 1-3 (CD) drummer Eldridge "Bruz" Freeman, who had replaced Chuck Thompson following that musician's sudden inability to continue touring with the group earlier that year.
Although this Two Bass Hit - The Hampton Hawes Quartet* - All Night Session! 1-3 (CD) the first peak of his career, Hawes later admitted that "during the fall of I was messing up consistently -- showing late on gigs or missing them altogether. All of these insights quietly swarm beneath the surface of what added up to more than two hours of exceptionally fine quartet jazz.
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