quinta-feira, 15 de setembro de 2011

Jutta Hipp At The Hickory House 1956

Recorded at the "Hickory House", N. Y. C. in April 5 1956

Jutta Hipp piano Peter Ind bass Ed Thigpen drums
01. Introduction by Leonard Feather
02. Take Me in Your Arms
03. Dear Old Stockholm
04. Billie's Bounce
05. I'll Remember April
06. Lady Bird
07. Mad About the Boy
08. Ain't Misbehavin'
09. These Foolish Things
10. Jeepers Creepers
11. The Moon Was Yellow

01. Gone with the Wind
02. After Hours
03. The Squirrel
04. We'll Be Together Again
05. Horacio
06. I Married an Angel
07. Moonlight in Vermont
08. Star Eyes
09. If I Had You
10. My Heart Stood Still

Jutta Hipp At The Hickory House (1956) [2CD] {2007 Japan RVG, TOCJ-7041/42}
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At the Hickory House is a thoroughly appealing collection of lightly swinging small-combo jazz that draws equally from hard bop and soul-jazz. There's a soulful lilt to Jutta Hipp's playing that keeps it engaging and enjoyable. The rhythm section of Peter Ind (bass) and Ed Thigpen (drums) largely stay out of the way, letting Hipp dictate the tempo and mood of the pieces, and she has a knack for creating infectious, swinging interpretations of jazz and pop standards that are enjoyable and easy to listen to. Vol. 1 contains such staples as "Dear Old Stockholm," "Billie's Bounce," "Mad About the Boy," "Ain't Misbehavin'" and "These Foolish Things," all of which are performed with verve and style, making the record a wonderful little gem.

Jutta Hipp at the Hickory House, Vol. 2 has the same infectious spirit and sense of fun as the first volume. Taken from the same date, this ten-track album features such standards as "Moonlight in Vermont," "After Hours," "If I Had You" and "My Heart Stood Still," all of which are given swinging, spirited interpretations by Hipp and her rhythm section of bassist Peter Ind and drummer Ed Thigpen. As with the first volume of At the Hickory House, Vol. 2 is another thoroughly enjoyable set of swinging soul-jazz and should appeal to fans of Horace Silver and the Three Sounds.

Thanks to ruskaval

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