Photography By – Hal Adams. Piano – Hampton Hawes. Recorded the morning of November 13th, 1956, at Contemporary's studio in Los Angeles.
All Night Session! Vol. 3 is an album by pianist Hampton Hawes from a session recorded the morning of November 13, 1956 at Contemporary's Studios in Los Angeles and released on the Contemporary label.
Hampton Hawes Quartet - Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea (Remastered 2018) (10:57, 320Kb/s). Hampton Hawes Quartet - Blues (Remastered 2018) (07:37, 320Kb/s). Hampton Hawes Quartet - Do Nothin' Till You Hear from Me (Remastered 2018) (11:01, 320Kb/s). Hampton Hawes Quartet - All Night Session! 3 (2018). All Night Session! 3 (2018) - download the album and listen online. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more.
Artista: Hampton Hawes Quartet Titolo Album: All Night Session Vol. 2 Anno: 1991 Tracce: 7 Formato: Mp3 Durata: 42&. Tracce :. 1 - I& Remember April 2 - I Should Care 3 - Woody & You 4 - Two Bass Hit 5 - Will You Still Be Mine 6 - April in Paris 7 - Blue & Boogie. Tipo file: Audio file with ID3 version . 0, contains: MPEG ADTS, layer III, v1, 320 kbps, 4. kHz, JntStereo. Obsolete frame: TYER Album/movie/show title: All Night Session!, Vol. 2 nt description: I& Remember April Music CD identifier: value not displayed Track number/position in set: 1 Content type: Private frame: PeakValue Private frame: AverageLevel Private frame: ryID Private frame: ID Private frame: WM/Provider Private frame: WM/WMContentID Private.
Release source: CD. Year: 1958. Discount: 20%. 00:00. Discography of Hampton Hawes Quartet.
Album · 2011 · 4 Songs. Hampton Hawes, Jim Hall, Red Mitchell & Bruz Freeman. Released: 25 Jul 2011. More By Hampton Hawes Quartet.
The amazing piano work of Hampton Hawes plus Jim Hallâ€™â€™s guitar magic in an extended and uninterrupted late-night session! This 3 CD collection compiles the complete â€œAll Night Sessionâ€ which originally appeared on 3 LPs. Recorded in just one night - from the late hours of November 12 to the early hours of November 13, 1956 - this session is more like a live date than a trip to the studios, with no repeated numbers and, consequently, no alternate takes. A follower of Charlie Parker in both his music and lifestyle, Hawes waxed this recording nearly two years before being imprisoned for drug possession. Although he was supposed to serve a five-year jail term, his sentence was revoked by President John F. Kennedy. Hawes resumed his career after his release, playing and recording until suffering a fatal stroke in Los Angeles, on May 22, 1977.