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Bobby Hutcherson - Components [Remastered] (1965/2015)

5-02-2015, 09:11
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Bobby Hutcherson - Components [Remastered] (1965/2015)

Artist: Bobby Hutcherson
Title Of Album: Components
Year Of Release: 1965/2015
Label: Blue Note Records
Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop, Hard Bop
Total Time: 40:59 min
Format: Mp3 / FLAC (tracks)
Quality: 320kbps / Lossless 44.1kHz/16bit / 96kHz/24bit / 192kHz/24bit
Total Size: 103 mb / 216 mb / 819 mb / 1.40 gb

Perhaps the single album that best sums up Bobby Hutcherson's early musical personality, Components is appropriately split into two very distinct halves. The first features four Hutcherson originals in a melodic but still advanced hard bop style, while the latter half has four free-leaning avant-garde pieces by drummer Joe Chambers. Hutcherson allots himself more solo space than on Dialogue, but that's no knock on the excellent supporting cast, which includes Herbie Hancock on piano, James Spaulding on alto sax and flute, Freddie Hubbard on trumpet, and Ron Carter on bass. It's just more Hutcherson's date, and he helps unite the disparate halves with a cool-toned control that's apparent regardless of whether the material is way outside or more conventionally swinging. In the latter case, Hutcherson's originals are fairly diverse, encompassing rhythmically complex hard bop (the title track), pensive balladry ("Tranquillity," which features a lovely solo by Hancock), down-and-dirty swing ("West 22nd Street Theme"), and the gaily innocent "Little B's Poem," which went on to become one of Hutcherson's signature tunes and contains some lyrical flute work from Spaulding. The Chambers pieces tend to be deliberate explorations that emphasize texture and group interaction in the manner of Dialogue, except that there's even more freedom in terms of both structure and tonal center. (The exception is the brief but beautiful closing number, "Pastoral," an accurate title if ever there was one.) Components illustrated that Hutcherson was not only the most adventurous vibes player on the scene, but that he was also capable of playing more straightforward music with intelligence and feeling. --Steve Huey


1 Components 6:23
2 Tranquillity 5:01
3 Little B's Poem 5:08
4 West 22nd Street Theme 4:42
5 Movement 7:29
6 Juba Dance 5:21
7 Air 4:45
8 Pastoral 2:02

Bobby Hutcherson - vibraphone
James Spaulding - alto saxophone, flute
Freddie Hubbard - trumpet
Herbie Hancock - piano
Ron Carter - double bass
Joe Chambers - drums



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