Jazz H

Artist Title (Label) Cover / Record / Co. Released Price CHF
Al Haig Jazz Will-O'-The-Wisp (Everest) EX / EX U.S.'197 42.00
(scarce U.S. 70's release of 1954 recordings by ace piano-man spillin' similar beans as Bud Powell; mostly trio performances w/Bill Crow on bass and Lee Abrams (dr); incl. "all god's chillun got rhythm", Duke's "autumn in New York", Gershwin's "they can't take that away from me"...; liners on back-sleeve by Max Harrison;)
Plays The Music Of Jerome Kern (Trio) EX / EX J'1978 65.00
(late 70's japanese orig. press of fine interpretations of all Jerome Kern compositions (some of his most melodic ones) by Haig, the original pianist with the Charlkie Parker-Dizzy Gillespie Quintet at the beginning of the Be-Bop era in the 1940's! Jamil Nasser plays bass and producer Helen Merrill sings on the closing "they didn't believe me" ...songs incl. "the way you look tonight", "dearly beloved", "all the things you are"...; w/insert-sheet;)
Adelaide Hall Hall Of Ellington (EMI) EX / EX U.K.'1976 52.00
(orig. U.K. print of all-Duke Ellington renditions by this black, femme vocalist w/full-band accompaniment; "don't get around much anymore", "mood indigo", "prelude to a kiss", "sophisticated lady"...;)
Chico Hamilton The Dealer (Impulse!) M- / EX U.S.'196 75.00
(rare late 60's piece in top shape feat. Larry Coryell who cranks some icy lead-licks on the bloozed "Larry of arabia" which he wrote; organ by Ernie Hayes, Archie Shepp on piano on 1 track, Richard Davis & Arnie Lawrence and the boss drummin' of Chico himself;)
Jimmy Hamilton Can't Help Swingin' (Swingville) M- / EX U.S.'1961 175.00
(early 60's orig. red-label-print of great swingin' Bop-grooves by Tenor sax-/clarinet-man feat. Tommy Flanagan, Wendell Marshall & Earl Williams; nice shape on this rarity!)
Lionel Hampton New Uproar! (RCA Masters) M- / EX F'197 55.00
(french yellow label (1st print?) of exciting live recorded Big Band thing at Newport Jazz Festival 1967!  trumpets by Snooky Young, Joe Newman, Jimmy Nottingham,...,Garnett Brown & Benny Powell (among others) on trombones, reeds-section incl. Jerome Richardson, Frank Foster, Dave Young, Billy Mackel un guitar, George Duvivier (b)  John Spruill on piano being replaced by Milt Buckner on 'hey! ba-ba-re-bop' & 'flying home' ..other tunes incl. 'turn me loose' , 'greasy greens' , 'meet Benny Bailey', 'Thai silk' ...; FOC;)
Lionel Hampton & His Orchestra
Hampton's Golden Favorites (Decca) EX / VG++ D'196 65.00
(orig. german print (label & cover states 'special edition') of great gathering of songs by this vibes-master...'flying home' , 'everybody's somebody's fool' , 'blow-top blues' , 'midnight sun' , 'Hamp's boogie woogie', 'new Central Avenue breakdown' , 'rockin' in rhythm' ..., GREAT cover shot of Hamp in actiopn!!)
Slide Hampton & Joe Haider Orchestra
Give Me A Double (MPS) EX / EX D'1974 75.00
(mid-70's german release of quality Big-Band-Jazz venture w/Fusion overtones; ace line-up starring Dexter Gordon, Benny Bailey, Bobby Burgess, Billy Brooks...; recorded LIVE at the Domicile in Munich, Germany; FOC;)
Herbie Hancock & Foday Musa Suso
Village Life (CBS) EX / EX NL'1985 28.00
(holland print of mid-80's effort by renowned keyboardist; produced by Bill Laswell; )
Rufus Harley Tribute To Courage (Atlantic) VG++ / EX U.S.'1968 42.00
(late 60's U.S. 2nd-label-print of athmo-packed Jazz-groovin' platter w/Harley on bagpipes (!) (he also plays flute 'n sax) ...Oliver Collins on piano, James Glenn (b) Billy Abner (dr)...; incl. "swing low sweet chariot", "about Trane" (7:44) ...dedicated to John Coltrane and reviving some magic of the latter!)
Billy Harper Quintet The Awakening (Marge 09) M / M F'1979 75.00
(orig. french print of most dynamic black Jazz power-slice fronted by Billy Harper on tenor sax w/Everett Hollins on trumpet, Fred Hersch (p)Louie "Mbiki" Spears (b) and Horace Arnold on drums; another most expressive venture stretching from the hymn like title-track (8:00)(kindling spiritual Sanders/Trane embers) to the epic, sidelong "cry of hunger" (21:00)
Barry Harris At The Jazz Workshop (Riverside) M / M J'1976 65.00
(mid-70's deluxe japanese print of scarce Riverside album recorded LIVE in San Francisco in 1960! trio-venture feat. Harris on piano, Louis Hayes on drums and Sam Jones on bass; incl. "moose the mooche" (Ch.Parker) "Woody 'n you" (Gillespie) ...w/insert;)
Stay Right With It (Milestone) M / M- U.S.'1978 55.00
(late 70's U.S. 2 lp-set containing recordings from the early 60's orig. released on Riverside Records; incl. "preminado", "round midnight", "chasin' the bird", "body & soul", "mucho dinero"...; line-up has Elvin Jones, Charles McPherson, Bob Cranshaw...; FOC w/liners by Dan Morgenstern;)
Tokyo 1976 (Xanadu) M / M U.S.'1980 75.00
(1980 U.S. orig. release of 1976 Live-recordings in the capital of the land of the rising sun! ace performance all the way feat. Charles McPherson on alto sax, Jimmy Raney on guitar, Sam Jones on bass and Leroy Williams on drums; incl. 3 Dizzy Gillespie numbers "night in Tunesia", "groovin' high" and "blues 'n boogie" ...Jimmy Van Heusen's classic "like someone in love" and the many-named "ornithology" written by "Little Benny" Harris (no relation to Barry Harris!) ...a great album reviving many beams of past ('n yet-to-come) moons!!)
The Barry Harris Trio Magnificient! (Prestige) M / M J'197 65.00
(70's japanese reprint of late 60's recordings feat. Ron Carter on bass and Leroy Williams on drums;)
Beaver Harris 360 Degrees Experience
Live At Nyon (Cadence Jazz) M- / M- U.S.'1981 65.00
(orig. first edition pressing (as  stated on front sleeve) of Live-recorded Jazz work-out (in 1979) fronted by Harris on drums, Cameron Brown on bass, Ron Burton (p) Ken McIntyre on oboe, flute, bassoon and bass clarinet... plus Grachan Moncur III on trombone; incl. the racin' "high noon" (18:23)
Safe (Red) M- / M- I'1979 55.00
(orig. late 70's italian release of fine Jazz work-out fronted by Harris on drums, Cameron Brown on bass, Ron Burton (p) Ken McIntyre on oboe, flute, bassoon and bass clarinet... plus Grachan Moncur III on trombone; incl. the jammin' "boogie on down" (12:01)
Eddie Harris & Ellis Marsalis Homecoming (Spindletop) M- / EX U.S.'1985 36.00
(mid-80's U.S. release of duo Jazz venture w/many an improvised part by well known saxonophonist and piano player;)
Hampton Hawes The Dynamic (MPS) VG++ / EX D'1978 65.00
(late 70's reprint of "Hamp's piano" orig. released in 1968 also on MPS Records; trio venture recorded in '67 w/Eberhard Weber on bass & Klaus Weiss (dr) ...Hampton's piano style draws a major influence from Charlie Parker's ways of bustin' out at the seams... a rather distinctive style indeed! covers of Bill Evan's "waltz for Debbie", "what is this thing called love" (Cole Porter) the dashing original "rhythm"!)
Coleman Hawkins At Ease With (Moodsville) M / M U.S.'196 175.00
(orig. green-label mono print of early 60's relaxed Bop-soother! ...Hawk's tenor-sax tone makes Bogey wanna bite his cigarette!! ...just awesome!! feat. Tommy Flanagan, Wendell Marshall(b) and Osie Jones on drums; pristine shape!!)
Blues Groove (Swingville) EX / EX U.S.'196 225.00
(orig. red-label mono print of early 60's relaxed Bop-soother!..Hawk's tenor-sax tone makes Bogey wanna bite his cigarette!!..just awesome!! feat.Tiny Grimes,Ray Bryant,Musa Kaleem(flute)Earl Wormack(bass), Teagle Fleming Jr.(dr).incl. the great,jammin' "marching along"! Orlando Wright's a.k.a. Gonga Musa,a.k.a. Musa Kaleem a.k.a. "Moose" on brittle,reedy-sounding,bluesy flute!)
Good Old Broadway (Moodsville) M / M- U.S.'1962 SOLD
(orig. green-label mono print of early 60's relaxed Bop-soother! ...Hawk's tenor-sax tone makes Bogey wanna bite his cigarette!! ...just awesome!! feat. Tommy Flanagan, Major Holley Jr. & Eddie Locke; pristine shape!!)
Hawk Eyes (Swingville) M- / M- U.S.'196 225.00
(orig. red-label mono print of early 60's relaxed Bop-soother! ...Hawk's tenor-sax tone makes Bogey wanna bite his cigarette!! ...just awesome!! feat. Charlie Shavers on trumpet, Tiny Grimes on guitar, Ray Bryant, George Duvivier, Osie Johnson...; incl. "stealin' the bean"; beauty shape!)
Make Someone Happy (Moodsville) M / M- U.S.'1962 175.00
(orig. bright green-label stereo print of early 60's relaxed Bop-soother! ...Hawk's tenor-sax tone makes Bogey wanna bite his cigarette!! ...just awesome!! feat. Tommy Flanagan, Major Holley & Eddie Locke; TOP shape!)
Night Hawk (Swingville) EX / EX U.S.'196 185.00
(orig. red-label mono print of early 60's relaxed Bop-soother! ...Hawk's tenor-sax tone makes Bogey wanna bite his cigarette!! ...just awesome!! feat. Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Tommy Flanagan, Ron Carter, Gus Johnson (dr) ...nice shape on this serious rarity;)
Soul (Swingville) EX / M- U.S.'196 210.00
(orig. red-label mono print of early 60's relaxed Bop-soother! ...Hawk's tenor-sax tone makes Bogey wanna bite his cigarette!! ...just awesome!! feat. Kenny Burrell (some extra-fancy finger-work on "soul blues"!!) Ray Bryant, Wendell Marshall, Osie Johnson; incl. "greensleeves", "groovin'")
With The Red Garland Trio (Swingville) EX / EX U.S.'196 175.00
(orig. red-label mono print of early 60's relaxed Bop-soother! ...Hawk's tenor-sax tone makes Bogey wanna  bite his cigarette!! ...just awesome!! feat. The Red Garland Trio; incl. "bean's blues" ...some mighty fine blowing!)
Years Ago (Swingville) EX / M- U.S.'196 165.00
(orig. purple-label stereo print of early 60's sessions w/HOT line-ups! incl. "jammin' in swingville", "cool sunrise";)
Coleman Hawkins All Stars With Django Reinhardt (His Master's Voice) EX / VG++ U.K.'196 75.00
(rare 60's U.K. 7" 4-track E.P. recorded in 1937 w/Benny Carter, Stephane Grappelly, Django...etc in Paris; comes w/laminated pic-sleeve;)
The Coleman Hawkins
Quartet
Play The Jazz Version Of No Strings (Moodsville) M / M- U.S.'1962 155.00
(orig. green-label mono print of early 60's relaxed Bop-soother! ...Hawk's tenor-sax tone makes Bogey wanna bite his cigarette!! ...just awesome!! feat. Tommy Flanagan, Major Holley & Eddie Locke; beauty nick!!)
Coleman Hawkins & Roy Eldridge
At The Opera House (Verve) M / M- F'198 42.00
(french 80's reprint of hot LIVE-recordings from 1957 in Chicago; quintet venture feat. Eldridge on trumpet, John Lewis (p) Percy Heath(b) and Connie Kay (dr) ...incl. "tea for two", "bean stalkin'"...;)
Louis Hayes & Junior Cook Ichi-Ban (Timeless Muse) EX / EX U.S.'1979 55.00
(late 70's U.S. release of mid-70's recorded Jazz venture fronted by renowned drummer; accompanied by Junior Cook on tenor sax, Woody Shaw on trumpet, Ronnie Matthews(p) Stafford James(b) and Guilherme Franco on percussion; incl. the great rhythm/ perco-strugglin' "Book's bossa" (11:45) w/talkin' drums!)
Roy Haynes With Phineas Newborn, Paul Chambers
We Three (New Jazz) M- / M- U.S.'196 Sold
(orig. purple-label print of great early 60's Trio-Bop thing! incl. "solitaire", "after hours"; top shape!!)
Julius Arthur Hemphill & The Jah Band
Georgia Blue (Minor Music) M / M- D'1984 65.00
(mid-80's orig. german print of expressive Free-Form-Jazz-Funk venture by this quintet feat. Hemphill on alto- & soprano sax, Alex Cline (dr) Nels Cline (guitar) Jumma Santos (congas & percussion)Steubig (b) recorded Live at the 10th Jazz Festival in Willisau(Switzerland)
Julius Hemphill Quartet Flat-Out Jump Suite (Black Jazz) M- / M- I'1980 55.00
(orig. italian print of Free-Form-Jazz venture starring Hemphill on flute & tenor sax, Olu Dara (tr) Abdul Wadud (cello) & Warren Smith takin' care of percussion;)
Joe Henderson Barcelona (Enja) M- / M- D'1978 55.00
(late 70's orig. german release of LIVE recorded title-track spinning for 28 minutes! ...plus 2 studio selections; Wayne Darling on bass & Ed Soph on drums;)
Black Narcissus (Milestone) EX / EX U.S.'1976 52.00
(mid-70's orig. U.S. release;Joachim Kühn on piano,Jack DeJohnette plays drums on some tracks;incl. "power to the people"(12:31)
Peter Herbolzheimer
Orchestra
Music For Swinging Dancers Vol.1 (Koala) M- / M- D'1982 52.00
(early 80's german release of strong Big-Band Jazz venture dedicated to the 20th century Swing-Era; incl. "Mr. Anthony's boogie", "you make me feel so young", "the lady is a tramp"...; ace recording quality!)
Music For Swinging Dancers Vol.4 (Koala) M- / M- D'1985 52.00
(mid 80's german release of strong Big-Band Jazz-ballad venture dedicated to the 20th century Swing-Era; incl. "little brown jug", "on the sunny side of the street", "penthouse bounce"...; ace recording quality!)
Woody Herman Brand New (Fantasy) EX / EX U.S.'1971 52.00
(early 70's U.S. print of Big Band venture tryin' wits on covers of "Proud Mary", "sidewalk Stanley" feat. Michael Bloomfield on lead electric guitar on both! Woody sings 'n plays clarinet 'n sax; Ralph J. Gleason wrote the liners;)
Feelin' So Blue (Fantasy) M- / M D'1981 34.00
(early 80's german release of another fine Big Band thing... feat. Joe Beck on guitar, Ray Barretto on congas...; has a cover of "killing me softly with this song";)
Giant Steps (Fantasy/Bellaphon) M / EX D'1973 52.00
(german print of  Big Band recordings from 1973; cover of Eddie Harris' "freedom jazz dance", title track is composed by Coltrane, "la fiesta" (Chick Corea) ...feat. Joe Beck on guitar, Ray Barretto on conga drum, Andy LaVerne (e-piano) Harold Garrett on bass trombone...;)
King Cobra (Fantasy) M / M- D'1976 42.00
(mid-70's german orig. print ofstraight Big-Band-Jazz maneuvres incl. covers of Chick Corea's "spain", "don't you worry about a thing"(Stevie Wonder)"jazzman"(King/Palmer)
Live At Monterey (Atlantic) M / M- D'1976 52.00
(german 2nd print of LIVE recordings from 1960 orig. released as Atantic SD1328 in 1960! this reissue comes in tasty, silvery die-cut gimmix-FOC w/liner-notes by Ralph J. Gleason;)
The New Thundering Herd (RCA) M / M- U.K.'1977 65.00
(mid-70's U.K. orig. print of 2 LP-set containing the 40th anniversary, Carnegie Hall Concert from Nov. 20th 1976! starring Al Cohn, Zoot Sims, Stan Getz, Jimmy Giuffre...; FOC w/liners by Leonard Father;)
Road Father (Century) M / EX U.S.'1978 65.00
(late 70's Direct-To-Disc audiophile recording released on californian label; Big Band thing incl. a cover of Mingus' "Duke Ellington's sound of love", "woodchopper's ball"...; FOC w/liners by Herb Wong;)
Thundering Herd (Fantasy/Bellaphon) M / M- D'1974 52.00
(german print of Big Band recordings from 1974;rendition of Zappa's "America drinks and goes home";Jim Stern engineered;)
Woody (Bellaphon/Chess) M / EX D'1970 52.00
(german print of strong Big Band recordings at Ter Mar Studios in Chicago in 1970; some action-packed rockin' lanes contained here; incl. "blues in the night";)
The Woody Herman Big Band Live At The Concord Jazz Festival (Concord Jazz Inc.) M / M- U.S.'1982 52.00
(early 80's U.S. print of Live Big Band venture feat. Stan Getz, Al Cohn, Mike Hall(bass)...; incl. "things ain't what they used to be" (Mercer Ellington) Woody thinks of this as being the best sounding Big Band album to be associated with in forty-six years!!)
Baird Hersey The Year Of The Ear (Bent) EX / EX U.S.'1975 95.00
(mid-70's U.S. release of hi-tension packed Avant-Jazz spooker directed 'n produced by a guitarist who played in a Psychedelic-Hard-Rock band called Swampgas in the early 70's and did an experimental album w/percussionist Davis Moss (also featured on this album) in 1977 ...also released on Bent Records! feat. in the line-up to this album also is Dave Liebman on soprano- & tenor-sax, Yoshi Maruta on flute, soprano- & tenor-sax, Paul Socolow on e-bass, Arnie Chapman on congas; "a night in Tunesia" finds a new wrapping here!)
Baird Hersey & The Year Of The Ear
Have You Heard? (Novus) M- / M- / Cc. U.S.'1979 65.00
(late 70's U.S. release of hi-tension packed Avant-Fusion-Jazz thing/w/ a Big Band appeal) directed 'n produced by a guitarist who played in a Psychedelic-Hard-Rock band called Swampgas in the early 70's and did an experimental album w/percussionist Davis Moss (also featured on this album) in 1977 ...released on Bent Records like his first solo-effort entitled "the year of the ear"! ...this album is more Fusion-Jazz oriented (than his previous one from '78) w/ a rockin' pulse 'n wild wah-guitar bursts! feat. in the line-up to this album is Mark Harvey on trumpet & flügelhorn, many a sax-blower plus Arnie Clapman on congas; all orig. compositions w/ exception of "ogunde" (John Coltrane) released on Arista sub-label; promo-sticker on front-cover;)
Lookin' For That Groove (Novus) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1978 75.00
(late 70's U.S. release of hi-tension packed Avant-Jazz thing directed 'n produced by a guitarist who played in a Psychedelic-Hard-Rock band called Swampgas in the early 70's and did an experimental album w/percussionist Davis Moss (also featured on this album) in 1977... released on Bent Records like his first solo-effort entitled "the year of the ear"! feat. in the line-up to this album is Mark Harvey & Kenny Mason on trumpet & flügelhorn, many a sax-blower plus Ray Anderson on trombone; released on Arista sub-label;)
Billy Higgins Quartet The Soldier (Timeless) M- / M- NL'1981 65.00
(early 80's dutch orig. print of 1979 recordings fronted by ace drummer Higgins w/help from Cedar Walton on piano, Walter Booker(b) Monty Waters (alto sax) and Roberta Davis sings on "sugar & spice" (Monty Waters)... plus covers of "peace" (Horace Silver) "sonny moon for two" (Sonny Rollins)
Andrew Hill Compulsion!!!!! (Blue Note) M- / EX / Co. U.S.'196 65.00
(blue-label 2nd print; Freddie Hubbard, Cecil McBee, John Gilmore... plus rootsy african grits provided by Nedi Qamar and Renaud Simmons on african drums, thumb piano and conga;)
Faces Of Hope (Soul Note) M- / M- I'1980 55.00
(1980 orig. italian press of solo-piano venture by legendary black pianist; has a rendition of Lee Morgan's "Ceora")
From California With Love (Artists House) M- / M- U.S.'1979 55.00
(late 70's orig. U.S. press of solo-piano venture by legendary black pianist; 2 sidelong compositions; housed in nice FOC;)
Judgement! (Blue Note) M- / EX U.S.'196 SOLD
(blue/white-label print w/N.Y. address; feat. Bobby Hutcherson, Richard Davis & Elvin Jones;)
Andrew Hill Trio Strange Serenade (Soul Note) EX / EX I'1980 52.00
(early 80's effort by jazz-piano legend (w/a consistency!!) assisted by Alan Silva on bass & Freddie Waits on percussion;)
Earl "Fatha" Hines Blues & Things (Mode) EX / VG+(+) F'196 36.00
(nice french orig. print of piano-driven bluesy, Jazz-grooves feat. Jimmy Rushing on vocals, Budd Johnson on tenor- & soprano sax, Bill Pemberton on bass & Oliver Jackson on drums; great live-photo of artist on laminated front-cover;)
The Father Of Modern Jazz Piano (M.F.Productions Inc.) EX / M- U.S.'1977 110.00
(U.S. print of 5-LP box set containing recodings from 1977; on some albums he plays solo-piano, others have a backing group feat. Budd Johnson, Bill Pemberton & Oliver Jackson; has an insert-brochure;)
Jazz Tribune:No.19;The Indispensable Earl Hines;Vol.3/4(1939-1945) (RCA) M / M- F'1981 55.00
(early 80's french double-set issue covering the recorded works (from 1939-1945) by famous piano-wizard w/"trumpet"-style; solo-pieces and selections featuring his orchestra w/vocs; FOC w/liners on inside;)
Same (Everest) EX / EX U.S.'197 34.00
(compiled recordings by famous piano-wizard w/"trumpet"-style; recordings (all w/full-band accompaniments date back to 1947 & 1954;)
Red Holloway Sax,Strings And Soul (Prestige) SS / SS U.S.'1965 110.00
(orchestrated Bop venture w/Benny Golson as arranger and conductor; incl. "Bossa  in blue", "nights with Lora"; guaranteed orig. print;)
Richard "Groove" Holmes Soul Message (Prestige) EX / EX U.S.'1965 55.00
(orig. print of groovin' organ-Bop venture performed as a trio feat. Gene Edwards on guitar, Jimmie Smith on drums; incl. "Groove's groove";)
Elmo & Bertha Hope Hope-Full (Riverside) M / M J'1978 65.00
(late 70's japanese reprint in stereo of early 60's recordings of duo-piano strolls incl. the traditional "when Johnny comes marching home", "Liza" (Gershwin) "yesterdays" (Jerome Kern)...; w/insert-sheet;)
Elmo Hope Sextet & Trio Homecoming! (Riverside) EX / M- J'1977 65.00
(70's japanese print of rare Riverside Lp recorded 'n released in the early 60's; line-ups starring Jimmy Heath, Percy Heath, Philly Joe Jones, Blue Mitchell and Frank Foster; w/insert;)
Elmo Hope Trio Meditations (Prestige) M / M J'1977 65.00
(70's japanese mono reprint of RARE Prestige album (released as LP 7010) in the late 50's/early 60's; John Ore on bass and Willie Jones on drums; incl. "all the things you are", "lucky strike"...; w/insert;)
Shirley Horn Trio All Night Long (Steeple Chase) M / M DK'1981 52.00
(early 80's orig. danish print of live-performed Vocal-Jazz by black pianist/singer accompanied by Charles Ables on bass & Billy Hart on drums; incl. Cole Porter's "you'd be so nice to come home to", "how insensitive" (Jobim)
Freddie Hubbard Blue Spirits (Blue Note) VG++ / EX U.S.'196 SOLD
Bop grooves starring James Spaulding, Joe Henderson or Hank Mobley(ts), Kiane Zawadi(on euphonium) Harold Mabern Jr. or McCoy Tyner on piano, Larry Ridley or Bob Cranshaw on bass, Clifford Jarvis or Pete LaRoca(dr) and Big Black on conga-drum!)
The Hub Of Hubbard (MPS) M- / EX F'1969 55.00
(late 60's recordings in Germany; feat. Roland Hanna, Richard Davis, Louis Hayes and Eddie Daniels; incl. "blues for Duane"; Manfred Schoof contributed some liners; orig. french print in laminated FOC;)
Jazz Magazine (MPS) M- / M D'198 36.00
(early 80's german re-print of late 60's recordings by master-trumpet-man assisted by Louis Hayes on drums, Roland Hanna (p) Eddie Daniels(ts) and Richard Davis on bass; has a version of Cole Porter's "just one of those things";)
A Little Night Music (Fantasy) M / M U.S.'1983 42.00
(early 80's orig. U.S. print of LIVE recordings at The Keystone Corner in San Francisco by master-trumpet-man assisted w/tenor sax by Joe Henderson, Bobby Hutcherson on vibes, Billy Childs on piano, Larry Klein (b) and Steve Houghton on drums; incl. the 14 minutes plus "Bird like" (!)  "sky dive" pt. 1 + 2;)
Rollin' (MPS) M- / M D'1981 42.00
(early 80's orig. german print of LIVE recordings (partly at The Villingen Jazz Festival) by master-trumpet-man assisted w/tenor- and sprano sax, piano/e-piano, bass & bass-guitar 'n drums;)
Rollin' (MPS) M- / M D'1981 42.00
(early 80's orig. german print of LIVE recordings (partly at The Villingen Jazz Festival) by master-trumpet-man assisted by tenor- and sprano sax, piano/ e-piano, bass & bass-guitar 'n drums;)
Pee Wee Hunt Dixieland Classics Part 2 (Capitol) EX / VG++ U.S.'196 26.00
(U.S. 60's print of 4-track 7" E.P. bringin' songs by this most renowned Dixie-Jazz champ; incl."that's a plenty", "when the saints...", "jazz me blues" & "at the jazz band ball";)
Bobby Hutcherson Good Bait (Landmark) EX / EX U.S.'1985 55.00
(mid-80's release on small californian label distributed by GRP Records ...swiss press on quality vinyl of this solid Jazz-groover -project led by Hutcherson on vibraphone, Branford Marsalis on tenor- & soprano saxes, George Cables(p), Ray Drummond (b) & Philly Joe Jones on drums, renditions of 'love samba' (McCoy Tyner), title-track written by Tadd Dameron, Monk's 'in walked Bud' ...; liners by Orrin Keepnews who launched the label;)

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