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Black Fire

Andrew Hill

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"... still sounds like pretty new music, 40 years on."
- The Guardian

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1
Pumpkin
Andrew Hill
5:24
2
Subterfuge
Andrew Hill
8:03
3
Black Fire
Andrew Hill
6:56
4
Cantarnos
Andrew Hill
5:41
5
Tired Trade
Andrew Hill
5:51
6
McNeil Island
Andrew Hill
2:57
7
Land Of Nod
Andrew Hill
5:46
Total Playing Time    40:38
"Everyone is in great form ... the group is unified to an astounding degree, all the elements resonate with each other, which gives the group such a powerful sound ... this album has mystified and excited me since I got it ..."
- Jazz.com

Jazz pianist Andrew Hill wasn't a household name but his music had a far-reaching influence on jazz music of the 1960s. This 1964 release, his debut for Blue Note, was produced by Alfred Lion who called the pianist his "last great discovery." Hill is joined on this album of all-original material by a superb group of studio musicians including Joe Henderson on tenor saxophone, bassist Richard Davis and drummer Roy Haynes, performing in various trio and quartet combinations.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Blue Note Records Studio Masters

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