|Artist:||Hill, Andrew||Added:||Feb 2006|
|Add Date:||2006-02-26||Pull Date:||2006-04-30||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||Apr 30||Apr 16||Apr 2||Mar 19||Mar 12||Mar 5|
|1.||Aug 04, 2016:||Clean Copper Radio
Malachi (Solo Piano Version)
|4.||May 02, 2006:||Umami Jazz Program
|2.||Apr 27, 2007:||Memory Select
Time Lines, Ry Round 1
|5.||Apr 28, 2006:||Memory Select
|3.||Jun 19, 2006:||No Cover, No Minimum - JJA Jazz Awards Edition
|6.||Apr 14, 2006:||Memory Select
Near-mainstream, piano-led jazz with breezy peacefulness and some great '60s-sounding touches. Friendly stuff, maybe one notch more complicated than what one would call "accessible." Andrew Hill is among the best known of those "critics' favorites" types, having made his name with some innovative Blue Note albums circa 1968, but without the household-name success of his contemporaries.
This isn't fiery/blazing free jazz; it's got a relatively mellow approach and a warm glow to it -- check out Andrew's smile on the back cover. An accessible sounding but richly involved, with piano solos that follow a stuttery logic. With sax from Greg Tardy and trumpet from Charles Tolliver, who's a bit of a forgotten artist himself. So, play it, already! Then go dig his '60s stuff in our vinyl.
1- Slow lush tumbling piano, gentle sax later
2- Freely flowing, with a sunny South African feel. Midtempo without a strict beat
3- Wonderfully stumbling. Midtempo, complex. Brainy piano solo
4- Mid/fast. Rich '60s sound
5- Slow, deep
6- Fast clip, slowish horn lines. Warmly peaceful/breezy, smiling. Crisp trumpet solo.
7- Midtempo, hard digging '60s horn theme. Nicely energetic.
8- Solo piano version of #1. Slow, haunting, tender
|3.||Ry Round 1||7.||Ry Round 2|
|4.||For Emilio||8.||Malachi (Solo Piano Version)|