Hampton

Lionel Hampton - Reunion At Newport 1967 (1993) {Bluebird 07863}

Lionel Hampton - Reunion At Newport 1967 (1993) {Bluebird 07863}
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© 1967, 1993 Bluebird / BMG Music | 07863 / 66157-2
Jazz / Mainstream Jazz / Swing / Big Band / Vibes

Most of this CD is taken up by a special Newport Jazz Festival concert featuring a big band full of Lionel Hampton's alumni. With trombonist Al Grey, Frank Foster on tenor and a screaming trumpet section that boasted Snooky Young, Jimmy Nottingham, Joe Newman and Wallace Davenport, the explosive nature of the music is not too surprising; the climax is provided by guest Illinois Jacquet on "Flying Home." The remainder of this disc contains half of a very effective 1956 session cut in Spain in which the medium-size group includes a castanet player and two songs match Hampton with the great Spanish pianist Tete Monteliu.
Lionel Hampton - The Lionel Hampton Quintet (1954) {Verve Master Edition 314 589 100-2 rel 2001}

Lionel Hampton - The Lionel Hampton Quintet (1954) {Verve Master Edition 314 589 100-2 rel 2001}
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© 1954, 2001 Clef / Verve / Universal | Verve Master Edition | 314 589 100-2
Jazz / Mainstream Jazz / Swing / Vibes

In 1954, producer Norman Granz held a couple of marathon recording sessions featuring vibraphonist Lionel Hampton, pianist Oscar Peterson, bassist Ray Brown, drummer Buddy Rich, and (on April 13) clarinetist Buddy DeFranco. This set has three selections from the DeFranco date (a 17-plus-minute "Flying Home," the original "Je Ne Sais Pas," and "On the Sunny Side of the Street") and one from the earlier session ("April in Paris"). Hampton is typically exuberant throughout (grunting rather loudly during a few later ensemble choruses on "Flying Home"), DeFranco and Peterson are as swinging as usual, and the overall music is quite joyous.
Freddie Redd Trio/Hampton Hawes Quartet - Piano: East/West (1956) {1991 OJC}

Freddie Redd Trio/Hampton Hawes Quartet - Piano: East/West (1956) {1991 OJC}
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Genre: jazz

Piano: East/West is a 1956 split album by The Freddie Redd Trio and The Hampton Hawes Quartet. Originally released on Prestige Records, this CD was released by Original Jazz Classics/Fantasy Jazz in 1991.
Hampton Hawes - Northern Windows (1974) {2014 Japan Rare Groove Funk Best Collection 1000}

Hampton Hawes - Northern Windows (1974) {2014 Japan Rare Groove Funk Best Collection 1000}
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© 2014 Prestige / Concord / Universal Music Japan | UCCO-90359
Jazz / Jazz Funk / Hard Bop / Piano

One of the best David Axelrod-assisted albums from the early 70s – a sweet batch of funky cuts with arrangements and backings handled by Axe, and loads of great keyboard lines from the legendary Hampton Hawes! The record really bubbles with the warm and soulful approach Axelrod was using at Fantasy – kind of a step off his stark modern sound at Capitol, but still done with just the right amount of space and appreciation of a funky rhythm. The great Carol Kaye is on bass, and Hawes plays some totally sweeeeeeeet electric keys on the set – really stretching out in ways that are different than some of his acoustic work of a few years before – yet still filled with the same rich sort of imagination. Titles include "Sierra Morena", "Go Down Moses", "Web", "Tune Axle Grease", and "C&H Sugar".
Hampton Hawes Quartet - All Night Session Vols. 1-3 (1956) [2CD] {Japan Victor Mini LP 20-bit K2}

Hampton Hawes Quartet - All Night Session Vols. 1-3 (1956) [2CD] {Japan Victor Mini LP 20-bit K2}
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© 2001 Contemporary Records / Victor Japan | VICJ-60782~3
Jazz / Bop / Hard Bop / Piano

A Japanese reissue of this terrific session which was originally released on three LPs. It's beautifully remastered in 20-bit K2 super coding and contains one track not on any of the original LPs. Originally issued on three LPs, the music resulting from Hampton Hawes' All Night Session! was stereophonically recorded for the Contemporary label in Los Angeles on the night of November 12 and into the morning of November 13, 1956. This session transcended the conventions of studio production by moving steadily from one tune to the next like a live gig with no alternate takes.
Lionel Hampton - The Complete Lionel Hampton Victor Sessions 1937-1941 (2007) [5CD] {Mosaic} [re-up]

Lionel Hampton - The Complete Lionel Hampton Victor Sessions 1937-1941 (2007) [5CD] {Mosaic}
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© 2007 Mosaic Records / BMG | MD5-238
Jazz / Swing / Vibraphone

Garnished with a fistful of alternate takes, the 2007 release of Mosaic's 107-track Complete Lionel Hampton Victor Sessions 1937-1941 is a welcome and long overdue CD realization of The Complete Lionel Hampton 1937-1941, a six-LP box set released during the 1970s by the Bluebird label. Only Teddy Wilson came close to achieving what Hamp did in the late 1930s and early '40s, by bringing together the greatest soloists on the scene for a staggeringly productive and inspired series of recordings that essentially defined the state of jazz during the years immediately preceding the Second World War.
Lionel Hampton – The Legacy Of Bluebird (1937-1940) [3CD] {1990 Bluebird Japan Remaster}

Lionel Hampton – The Legacy Of Bluebird (1937-1940) [3CD] {1990 Bluebird Japan Remaster}
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© 1990 Bluebird / BMG Victor | BVCJ-7025~27
Jazz / Big Band / Vibraphone

Lionel Hampton was the first jazz vibraphonist and was one of the jazz giants beginning in the mid-'30s. He has achieved the difficult feat of being musically open-minded (even recording "Giant Steps") without changing his basic swing style. Hamp started out as a drummer, playing with the Chicago Defender Newsboys' Band as a youth. His original idol was Jimmy Bertrand, a '20s drummer who occasionally played xylophone. Hampton played on the West Coast with such groups as Curtis Mosby's Blue Blowers, Reb Spikes, and Paul Howard's Quality Serenaders (with whom he made his recording debut in 1929) before joining Les Hite's band, which for a period accompanied Louis Armstrong.
Rick Wakeman: The Six Wives of Henry VIII. Live at Hampton Court Palace (2009) [Blu-ray] Re-up

Rick Wakeman: The Six Wives of Henry VIII. Live at Hampton Court Palace (2009)
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Progressive Rock

Rick Wakeman's "The Six Wives Of Henry VIII" is one of the landmark albums of the seventies, a critical and commercial success that has sold in excess of 15 million copies worldwide. In May 2009, Rick Wakeman finally achieved his long held dream of performing the entire album live at Hampton Court Palace…

Mark Hampton On Decorating  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by IrGens at April 16, 2017
Mark Hampton On Decorating

Mark Hampton On Decorating by Mark Hampton
English | October 27, 2015 | ISBN: 0553459171 | EPUB | 256 pages | 35.6 MB

Ann Hampton Callaway - Easy Living (1999) {Sin-Drome}  Music

Posted by shamanicus at April 11, 2017
Ann Hampton Callaway - Easy Living (1999) {Sin-Drome}

Ann Hampton Callaway - Easy Living (1999)
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Jazz, Vocal Jazz | Label: Sin-Drome Records - SD 8934

This is Ann Hampton Callaway's seventh recording, Easy Living, is one of her very best. It's a program of well-known standards and fairly stock arrangements, but in the middle is her pristine, well-defined, flexible voice. She retains a lower-end range in her style that suggests only one singer: Sarah Vaughan. She's joined by several different rhythm sections and soloists, including pianists Benny Green (six cuts), Bill Charlap (five), and Kenny Barron (two); bassists Peter Washington or Neal Miner; drummers Clarence "Tootsie" Bean and Lewis Nash; percussionist Jim Saporito; saxophonists Andy Farber, Nelson Rangell, and Gerry Niewood; and on three selections, trumpeter Wynton Marsalis.