SearchsearchUseruser

Freddie Hubbard: The Body & The Soul

Freddie Hubbard: The Body & The Soul

Analogue Productions  CIPJ 38 SA

Stereo Hybrid

Jazz


Freddie Hubbard & Clark Terry, trumpet
Curtis Fuller, trombone
Eric Dolphy, alto saxophone
Wayne Shorter, tenor saxophone
Cedar Walton, piano
Reggie Workman, bass
Louis Hayes & "Philly" Joe Jones, drums


The second of trumpeter Freddie Hubbard's two Impulse albums features the 25-year old in three separate settings. He is heard along with a tenor-saxophonist backed by strings ("Skylark," "I Got It Bad" and "Chocolate Shake" are all given beautiful treatments), with a 16-piece band and in a septet with Eric Dolphy and Wayne Shorter. This well-rounded and highly recommended showcase shows why Freddie Hubbard was considered the top trumpeter to emerge during the early '60s.

Mastered by Kevin Gray.

Support this site by purchasing from these vendors:

bol.com
 
 

Add to your wish list | library

 

5 of 5 recommend this, would you recommend it?  yes | no

All
hide
Tracks
1. Body And Soul
2. Carnival (Manha De Carnaval)
3. Chocolate Shake
4. Dedicated To You
5. Clarence's Place
6. Aries
7. Skylark
8. I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)
9. Thermo