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James Hughes & Jimmy Smith Quintet - Ever Up & Onward (2015)

8-05-2015, 23:09
Music | Jazz

James Hughes & Jimmy Smith Quintet - Ever Up & Onward (2015)

Artist: James Hughes & Jimmy Smith Quintet
Title Of Album: Ever Up & Onward (Feat. Phil Kelly, Takashi Iio & Nate Winn)
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Jazz: Hard Bop
Label: Self Released
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 65:03
Total Size: 151 MB
Covers: Front

01. Audio Culture (5:48)
02. Dots (6:08)
03. Luca's Interlude (0:58)
04. East Detroit (5:55)
05. There Is A Balm In Gilead (7:57)
06. Drum Intro (2:03)
07. Viridian (6:03)
08. Zebras, Penguins And Bunny Rabbits (5:06)
09. Keepin' It Real (6:37)
10. Transgender Fender Bender (4:18)
11. I'll Remember April (6:49)
12. I'll Close My Eyes (7:15)

The HSQ is a Detroit-based jazz quintet that performs original music. The group is spearheaded by Saxophonist James Hughes & trumpeter Jimmy Smith, the group features the rhythm section of Phil Kelly, Takashi Iio and Nate Winn.

James is a Detroit-based saxophonist, composer and educator. He has been performing professionally for nineteen years and teaching for more than twenty. He has taught jazz the last eight years at Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp, and has recorded with the Scott Gwinnell Jazz Orchestra, Keith Vreeland, Bobby Streng's House Big Band, and Carl Cafagna's North Star Sextet. He has performed with Dave Liebman, Jimmy Heath, Lew Tebakin, Richie Cole, Arturo Sandoval, Kurt Elling, Jerry Bergonzi, Aretha Franklin, and Josh Groban. He has one recording of his own, co-lead with Jimmy Smith, titled FROM HERE ON OUT and their second album, EVER UP & ONWARD is due in May 2015.

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