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Jim Hall

And His Modest Jazz Trio : Good Friday Blues (CD)

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Code:
PWR-125414
Label:
Poll Winners Records
EAN:
8436028694808
Reference:
PWR 27252
Format:
CD
Number of Discs:
1

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5 STARS DOWN BEAT MAGAZINE

Jim Hall’s complete original LP Good Friday Blues (Pacific Jazz PJ10). Originally issued under the name of The Modest Jazz Trio, it features Hall in the company of Red Mitchell (playing piano here instead of bass), and bassist Red Kelly. As a bonus, we have added additional trio selections by Hall, including three tunes with accompaniment by George Duvivier on bass and Chico Hamilton on drums, and five others with backing by pianist Carl Perkins and Red Mitchell again (this time on bass).

Includes 12-page booklet

PERSONNEL:

JIM HALL guitar
RED MITCHELL piano
RED KELLY bass

Los Angeles, April 1, 1960.

* BONUS TRACKS (7-15)
7-9: Jim Hall (g), George Duvivier (b), Chico Hamilton (d). Los Angeles, February 8, 1956.
10-15: Jim Hall (g), Carl Perkins (p), Red Mitchell (b). Los Angeles, January 10 & 24, 1957.

Tracks:

01 GOOD FRIDAY BLUES 6:01
02 WILLOW WEEP FOR ME 6:23
03 I REMEMBER YOU 7:26
04 BILL NOT PHIL 7:11
05 WHEN I HAVE YOU 6:30
06 I WAS DOIN’ ALRIGHT 4:48
07 BLUES ON THE ROCKS 3:09*
08 PORCH LIGHT 3:58*
09 AUTUMN LANDSCAPE 3:44*
10 THIS IS ALWAYS 2:51*
11 9:20 SPECIAL 5:45*
12 DEEP IN A DREAM 4:35*
13 LOOK FOR THE SILVER LINING 5:08*
14 SEVEN COME ELEVEN 4:36*
15 TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT 4:29*

Total Time: 76:42

 
Original Down Beat review: GOOD FRIDAY BLUES:
“In this day of trends and fads, where the jazz we hear is contrived in many instances, this is a revelation. Perhaps it is all the more warming because it is accomplished within the context of a trio. Here, the music just flows out a stream of genuine emotion from three artists who obviously enjoy playing for the sake of playing. This surrounds the album with a feeling that defies rating by stars. It exemplifies the best kind of honest jazz expression.” (Ira Gitler)