Clock Tower Records

Recorded at Vault Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA in 1968, 'High In The Sky' is a testament to the exceptional talents of pianist Hampton Hawes, bassist Leroy Vinnegar, and drummer Donald Bailey. In a time where jazz was undergoing a fascinating transformation, this album beautifully encapsulates the experimental spirit of the era, effortlessly marrying elements of post-bop and hard bop with more modern and 'popular' influence. 'High In The Sky' is not merely a moment in time; it's a living testament to jazz's capacity to evolve and innovate. It continues to inspire and resonate with contemporary jazz artists and aficionados everywhere, solidifying it's lasting legacy within the ever-evolving tapestry of jazz history.
Recorded at Vault Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA in 1968, 'High In The Sky' is a testament to the exceptional talents of pianist Hampton Hawes, bassist Leroy Vinnegar, and drummer Donald Bailey. In a time where jazz was undergoing a fascinating transformation, this album beautifully encapsulates the experimental spirit of the era, effortlessly marrying elements of post-bop and hard bop with more modern and 'popular' influence. 'High In The Sky' is not merely a moment in time; it's a living testament to jazz's capacity to evolve and innovate. It continues to inspire and resonate with contemporary jazz artists and aficionados everywhere, solidifying it's lasting legacy within the ever-evolving tapestry of jazz history.
730167345200

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Format: CD
Label: GOOD TIME
Rel. Date: 12/08/2023
UPC: 730167345200

High In The Sky (Mod)
Artist: Hampton Hawes
Format: CD
New: Available $15.06
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Look of Love
2. Evening Trane
3. Muffin Man
4. High in the Sky
5. Carmel
6. Spanish Girl

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Recorded at Vault Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA in 1968, 'High In The Sky' is a testament to the exceptional talents of pianist Hampton Hawes, bassist Leroy Vinnegar, and drummer Donald Bailey. In a time where jazz was undergoing a fascinating transformation, this album beautifully encapsulates the experimental spirit of the era, effortlessly marrying elements of post-bop and hard bop with more modern and 'popular' influence. 'High In The Sky' is not merely a moment in time; it's a living testament to jazz's capacity to evolve and innovate. It continues to inspire and resonate with contemporary jazz artists and aficionados everywhere, solidifying it's lasting legacy within the ever-evolving tapestry of jazz history.
        
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