Linda Hill - Lullaby For Linda - AudioSoundMusic
Linda Hill - Lullaby For Linda - AudioSoundMusic
Linda Hill - Lullaby For Linda - AudioSoundMusic
Linda Hill - Lullaby For Linda - AudioSoundMusic

Linda Hill - Lullaby For Linda

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Linda Hill (p, voc)

Jugegr Juan Grey (voc)

Sabir Matteen (ts, cl)

Aubrey Hart (fl)

Adele Sebastian (fl, voc)

Fundi Legohn (frh)

Roberto Miranda (b)

Everett Brown Jr. (dr)

Virjilio Figueroa (perc)

 

      1 LP, standard sleeve

      Original analog Master tape : YES

      Heavy Press : 180g

      Record color : black

      Speed : 33 RPM

      Size : 12'’

      Stereo

      Studio

      Record Press : Pallas

      Label : Pure Pleasure Records

      Original Label : Nimbus West

      Recorded in1981

      Engineered & mixed by : Dennis Moody

      Produced in 1981

      Remastered by Kevin Gray

      Originally released in 1981

      Reissued in 2019


      Tracks:

      Side A

      1. Leland’s Song
      2. The Creator’s Musician

      Side B

      1. Lullaby For Linda
      2. Children

       

      Reviews :

      Linda Hill recorded this LP for Nimbus West in 1981 with fellow Arkestra members, including flautist Adele Sebastian. And it's Sebastian's vocal duet with Hill on the spiritual jazz epic "Leland's Song" that opens this stunning LP. Hill's ensemble also included the serious horn player Sabir Matteen, as well as bassist Roberto Miranda and drummer Everett Brown Jr., who would all go on to record LPs for Nimbus.

      The Arkestra first started rehearsing at pianist Linda Hill's house in the early '60s. "In a few months, we'd built up from seven or eight to about 18 cats, musicians started living there," Tapscott wrote in his autobiography. "People got involved with the Arkestra like it was their life's work." Hill took the role seriously, earning her the name of "the Ark's matriarch" by Tapscott.

       

      Ratings :

      Discogs : 4,57 / 5

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