Hank Jones - Arigato
Hank Jones - Arigato
Hank Jones - Arigato
Hank Jones - Arigato

Hank Jones - Arigato

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Hank Jones - piano [click here to see more vinyl featuring Hank Jones]

Richard Davis (A1-4, B2, B4), Jay Leonhart (B1, B3) - bass

Ronnie Bedford - drums

Ray Rivera - guitar (B2, B4)

 

 

1 LP, old school tip-on style gatefold jacket

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”

Stereo

Studio

Record Press :  Pallas

Label :  ORG Music

Original Label : Progressive Records

Recorded October 28, 1976 in New York City

Engineered by Fred Miller

Produced by Gus Statiras

Remastered At Infrasonic Mastering

Originally released in 1977

Reissued in 2018

 

Tracks :

Side A:

  1. Allen's Alley
  2. I'm Old Fashioned
  3. Night Sadness (Notte Trieste)
  4. Arigato

Side B:

  1. Majorca
  2. What Am I Here For?
  3. Medley: The Bad And The Beautiful / But Beautiful / You Are Too Beautiful
  4. Gerry's Blues

 

Reviews :

"Hank Jones is a man of many parts. Even though he is generally classified as a bop specialist, his playing is so flexible that it is open to any type of jazz genre. His playing can be as shimmering as a mountain brook, as fresh as a spring morning, or as sophisticated as a classical performer. He has also developed a reputation as an accomplished and sought-after accompanist for some of the top vocalists of his time. While there's no singing on this album, the only one he made for the Progressive label, the other realms of Jones' pianist world are visited, whether it be the jagged bop lines of "Allen's Alley," where Ronnie Bedford's drums are given wide latitude, or a cultivated, almost polite yet swinging "Recapitulation," where Jay Leonhart's bass gets the spotlight. Leonhart shows up on two cuts; the other bass belongs to Richard Davis. The Latin beat gets a nod with a relaxing, quiet reading of Gary McFarland's "Night Sadness (Notte Trieste)." Jones pays homage to one of his more illustrious contemporaries with a magical reading of "What Am I Here For?," this time featuring Davis' bass. The trio expands with the addition of guitarist Ray Rivera for "Night Flight to Puerto Rico" and "Majorca." Over his many years as a performer, Hank Jones has established himself not only as a major force in jazz piano, but also nonpareil when it comes to the piano trio format. This 1976 recording does absolutely nothing to diminish his matchless status in the annals of that combination." AllMusic Review by Dave Nathan

 

Ratings :

AllMusic 4/5  ,  Discogs 4.31/5

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