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A Foggy Day - Hank Jones - Bluesette (CD, Album)

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  1. Made in France / Recorded on July 22nd at RAK studio, London, by Doug Hopkins. The sleeve notes are in French and English.
  2. Jul 22,  · AllMusic Review by Ken Dryden Hank Jones is often taken for granted because of his seemingly effortless ability at the piano, but this trio session with bassist George Duvivier and drummer Alan Dawson (both of whom are also top-flight players) finds him at the top of his game.8/
  3. Bluesette is an album by pianist Hank Jones recorded at RAK Studio, London in for the Black & Blue label.
  4. Find Hank Jones discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Hank Jones discography, albums and singles on AllMusic full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums Compilations Singles & EPs All. Year Album Label A Foggy Day: Black & Blue Ain't Misbehavin' Galaxy / Original.
  5. AllMusic Review by Ken Dryden. Hank Jones is marvelous in this trio date with bassist George Duvivier and drummer Alan Dawson, one of several dates they made together for Black & Blue in the latter part of the decade. It's hard to imagine any of these three superb musicians being in anything other than top form, and they do not disappoint. Jones ' delightful tradeoffs with Dawson (on brushes) are .
  6. Hank Jones - A Foggy Day, Angel Face, Hank's Blues. from. Bluesette (Black & Blue) Stanley Cowell - delivering a wonderfully curated broadcast of his work, including his newest album, Reminiscent (Steeplechase, ). Department: Jazz. Support WKCR.
  7. Tracks 11 & 12 were recorded on July 18, in Brignoles, France and feature Alan Dawson as the drummer - originally released on Foggy Day References [ edit ] ^ Hank Jones .
  8. It was recorded only a few months before Jones's death in May It was Haden and Jones's second album in this vein since 's Steal Away. Come Sunday peaked at number 4 on the Billboard Top Jazz Albums chart, 10 on the Billboard Top Christian Albums Chart and at 6 on Billboard Top Gospel Albums Chart. Wikipedia.

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