Música que sona al programa:"I got Rhythm" i "What is this thing called Love?" (de l'àlbum "Hampton Hawes Trio", 1955)Hampton Hawes, piano; Red Mitchel, contrabaix; Chick Thompson, bateria."Fly me to the moon" i "Dear Heart" (de l'àlbum "Here and Now", 1965)Hampton Hawes, piano, Chuck Israels, contrabaix; Donald Bailey, bateria. "Spanish ships" (de l'àlbum "Spanish Steps", 1968)Hampton Hawes, piano; Jimmy Woode, contrabaix; Art Taylor, bateria."All the things you are"Hampton Hawes, piano; Red Mitchell, contrabaix; Chuck Thompson, bateria.
Solo jazz - La cruda vida de Hampton Hawes - 14/06/21
HICKMAN / WILLIAMS: Rose room (2.49). N. Cole. KERN / HAMMERSTEIN: All the things you are (5.00). H. Hawes. HAWES: Hamp's blues (3.42). H. Hawes. McNEELY: California Hop (2.36). B.J. McNeely. HAWES: Black forest blues (7.02). P. Iturralde / H. Hawes. FRANKLIN: Little Miss Laurie (7.50). H. Hawes. JACKSON: Bag's groove (5.19). H. Hawes. COLEMAN: Turnaround .(6.40). Ch. Haden / H. Hawes. PARKER: Big foot (5.35). H. Hawes Escuchar audio
Música que sona al programa:"Easy living" (de l'àlbum "Hampton Hawes Trio", 1955)Hampton Hawes, piano; Red Mitchell, contrabaix; Chuck Thompson, bateria"Somebody loves me" (de l'àlbum "Everybody likes Hampton Hawes", 1956)Hampton Hawes, piano; Red Mitchell, contrabaix; Chuck Thompson, bateria"Down by the riverside" (de l'àlbum "The sermon", 1958)Hampton Hawes, piano; Leroy Vinnegar, contrabaix; Stan Levey, bateria"Rhonda" (de l'àlbum "Here and now", 1965)Hampton Hawes, piano; Chuck Israels, contrabaix; Donald Bailey, bateria"Blues Enough" (de l'àlbum "Blues for Bud", 1968)Hampton Hawes, piano; Jimmy Woode, contrabaix; Art Taylor, bateria"Morning" (de l'àlbum "Hampton Hawes at the piano", 1977)Hampton Hawes, piano; Ray Brown, contrabaix; Art Taylor, bateria
Hampton Hawes is a major piano stylist who rarely gets mentioned when piano giants come up in conversation. Hawes was widely admired by many including Oscar Peterson, Horace Silver, Andre Previn and others. Perhaps because Hawes was based for most part in his hometown of Los Angeles that maybe kept him out of the spotlight. Hawes was a major stylist with a very developed approach to the instrument and most were surprised that he was self taught and wasn't knowledgeable about theory and was not a great reader of music. He did have a photographic memory and could play anything he heard once. This is a fine date with Hawes' own trio with the great Red Mitchell on bass and Chuck Thompson on drums. Hawes runs through many great .standards and plays several of his own blues based original compositions. "Presenting Hampton Hawes" is a fine introduction to this major player.
Podcast Featuring Fergie, Genesis, Ray Brown Trio, Hampton Hawes, The Tarantulas, Deadmau5 and more!
Music First with DJ Dave Swirsky
"I remember being in Japan when Destiny's Child put out 'Independent Women,' and women there were saying how proud they were to have their own jobs, their own independent thinking, their own goals. It made me feel so good, and I realized that one of my responsibilities was to inspire women in a deeper way." - Beyonce Knowles This week, DJ Dave is featuring music by Fergie, Genesis, Ray Brown Trio, Hampton Hawes, The Tarantulas, Deadmau5, The Lovin' Spoonful, Walter Smith, Beyonce with Blue Ivy Carter, Saint JHN and Wizkid, and Protoje with Chronixx!SUBSCRIBE: iTunes TWITTER: @MusicFirstPcast FACEBOOK: Music First PodcastINSTAGRAM: MusicFirstPodcastEMAIL: MusicFirstPodcast@gmail.com
Hampton Hawes - Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting Jazz Podcast #15
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting Jazz Podcast
This week's episode of Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting is about Hampton Hawes, a pianist from Los Angeles whose early friendship with Charlie Parker led to his becoming one of the most interesting West Coast players in early bebop music
Charles Mingus with pianist Hampton Hawes: "Mingus Three"
CiTR -- The Jazz Show
This album continues The Jazz Show's policy for this month.....rare recordings. This album gets it's rare status as it is often overlooked in the many recordings that bassist/composer Charles Mingus did. The main reason being is that it doesn't feature his Jazz Workshop ensemble but a piano trio with bass, piano and drums. Pianist Hampton Hawes who Mingus liked from his early days in Los Angeles was visiting New York and as Mingus had this record date booked with a hip Jazz loving producer, Mingus wished to do a trio album featuring Hampton Hawes. His wish was granted and the date took place on July 9,1957. Mingus is definitely the leader here but Hawes is the co-star. The tunes are varied between standards and Mingus originals as well as an exciting Hawes' tune. Dannie Richmond, Mingus' regular drummer gives sympathetic support throughout. Not only do we get superb performances from Hawes but also some great Mingus bass solos. "Mingus Three" is a unique and very special recording and deserves a more prominent place in the Mingus discography.