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Jim Hall - Discography (1957-2008)

15-07-2015, 09:00
Music | Jazz | Discography

Jim Hall - Discography (1957-2008)

Artist: Jim Hall
Title Of Album: Discography
Year Of Release: 1957-2008
Genre: Jazz, Cool Jazz, Post-Bop
Quality: mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total: 32:43:33 min
Total Size: 4,56 Gb
WWW: offsite

James Stanley Hall (December 4, 1930 – December 10, 2013) was an American jazz guitarist, composer and arranger. Premier Guitar magazine stated that "It could be argued that the jazz guitar tree is rooted in four names: Django [Reinhardt], Charlie [Christian], Wes [Montgomery], and Jim [Hall]"
Hall's musical style develops with every new album and collaboration he engages in. His approach to music is unique - he views music as a way to break all barriers, not limited to music, as well as to share his discoveries with others. Music is a vehicle of peace for Hall and he therefore makes it a goal to reach out to others and communicate his music, teaching seminars all over the world. He is innovative and always interested in new modes of musical expression to further his ability.

Hall's tone has been described as mellow, warm, gentle, subtle, rich, and lightly amplified. Unlike other musicians, Hall's work is not necessarily recognized by a signature riff but rather his expressive capabilities. As an arranger, his solos are aptly constructed, taking into account harmonic, melodic and rhythmic elements. They are composed with both feeling and technique with clarity as the ultimate goal.

Hall was especially innovative with instrumentation, mixing classical with jazz by adding violinist Itzhak Perlman into the mix. Furthermore, in 1957, he played in a trio with saxophonist Jimmy Giuffre and trombonist Bob Brookmeyer, without any rhythm section. Without piano, bass, or drums, the three musicians improvise at the same time, keeping rhythm themselves. Similar to Duke Ellington, the other artists on the record influence the composition and he creates music to showcase their talents as well. Furthermore, he is always open to what is new and what others are playing, including the guitar synthesizer. wiki

1957 - Jazz Guitar
1960 - Blues on the Rocks
1969 - It's Nice to Be with You: Jim Hall in Berlin
1971 - Where Would I Be?
1972 - Alone Together (with Ron Carter)
1975 - Concierto
1975 - Live!
1976 - Commitment
1976 - Jazz Impressions of Japan
1978 - Jim Hall & Red Mitchell
1979 - Live at the North Sea Jazz Festival (with Bob Brookmeyer) [320kbps]
1981 - Circles
1981 - Concierto De Aranjuez (with David Matthews Orchestra) [320kbps]
1986 - Jim Hall's Three
1988 - These Rooms (with Tom Harrell)
1989 - All Across the City
1990 - Live at Town Hall, Vol.1
1990 - Live at Town Hall, Vol.2
1992 - Subsequently [320kbps]
1992 - Youkali
1993 - Dedications & Inspirations
1993 - Something Special
1995 - Dialogues
1996 - Panorama: Live at the Village Vanguard
1997 - Textures
1998 - By Arrangement
1999 - Jazzpar Quartet + 4
1999 - Jim Hall & Pat Metheny
2000 - Grand Slam (with Joe Lovano, George Mraz, Lewis Nash)
2001 - Jim Hall & Basses
2002 - Downbeat Critics' Choice
2004 - Magic Meeting
2005 - Duologues (with Enrico Pieranunzi)
2005 - Free Association (with Geoffrey Keezer)
2008 - Hemispheres (2CD) (with Bill Frisell)

Jim Hall - Discography (1957-2008)

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