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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.


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)


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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