Hampton Hawes Jam Session. Hampton Hawes Jam Session.
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Artist: Hampton Hawes Title: Jam Session Year Of Release: 1968 Label: Columbia Genre: Jazz, Bop Quality: FLAC (image+. Tracklist: 1 Introduction 2 All The Things You Are 3 Buzzy 4 Uma-San'S Blues 5 There'll Never Be Another You.
Hampton Hawes Discography. 1947 (age 19). Howard McGhee Quintet. Howard McGhee, trumpet; Charlie Parker, alto sax; Hampton Hawes, piano; Addison Farmer, bass; Roy Porter, drums. Hi-De-Ho Club", Los Angeles, CA, March 9, 1947. Howard McGhee, trumpet; Sonny Criss, alto sax Teddy Edwards, tenor sax; Hampton Hawes, piano; Addison Farmer, bass; Roy Porter, drums. Hi-De-Ho Club", Los Angeles, CA, circa March, 1947.
Hampton Barnett Hawes, Jr. (November 13, 1928 – May 22, 1977) was an American jazz pianist. He was the author of the memoir Raise Up Off Me, which won the Deems-Taylor Award for music writing in 1975. Hampton Hawes was born on November 13, 1928, in Los Angeles, California. His father, Hampton Hawes, S. was minister of Westminster Presbyterian Church in Los Angeles. His mother, the former Gertrude Holman, was Westminster's church pianist.
All Night Session - Студийный альбом от Hampton Hawes. В альбом вошло 17 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 02:03:36. Hampton Hawes - Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea. Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea (feat.
Hampton Hawes was born on November 13, 1928, in Los Angeles, California. Hawes' first experience with the piano was as a toddler sitting on his mother's lap while she practiced. The following year, he recorded in New York City with Charles Mingus on the album Mingus Three (Jubilee, 1957). Struggling for many years with heroin addiction, in 1958 Hawes became the target of a federal undercover operation in Los Angeles. Investigators believed that he would inform on suppliers rather than risk ruining a successful music career. Hampton Hawes died of a brain hemorrhage in 1977 at the age of 48. He was buried next to his father, Hampton Hawes, S. who had died five months earlier.