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Nocturnal - Bobby Hutcherson - Patterns


1995
Label: Blue Note - CDP 7243 8 33583 2 8,Blue Note - B2-33583 • Series: Blue Note Connoisseur Series • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered, Limited Edition • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop, Post Bop
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Bobby Hutcherson: Patterns. Notes The LP was first issued in Commentary Patterns is I See - MJ Cole - Sincere in Bobby's string of fantastic albums from the Sixties. It doesn't include any compositions by Hutcherson. Listeners should note that the packaging on the Patterns CD release lists the songs in incorrect order.

The following table should clear up any confusion:. For me, the highlight of this session is Chambers' haunting "Nocturnal," which features Nocturnal - Bobby Hutcherson - Patterns beautiful flute playing and luminous vibes work by Hutcherson.

Spalding's pensive tribute to MLK, "A Time to Go," is another excellent composition that contributes to the album's predominantly gentle impression. Cowell's piano work is particularly affecting. Like the preceding album, ObliquePatterns was not released until long after it was originally recorded.

But once again the delay has nothing to do with the quality of the music. Unfortunately, the album has lapsed out of print since being issued on compact disc. Blue Note should reissue it. The following table should clear up any confusion: Incorrect Order as appears on packaging.


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  1. Patterns is an album by jazz vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson, released on the Blue Note label. Although recorded in , the album was not released until "A Time to Go" is said to have been composed by James Spaulding as a tribute to Martin Luther King, even though it was recorded three weeks before his granigdagatiussamujinn.infoinfo: Post-bop.
  2. Patterns is another in Bobby's string of fantastic albums from the Sixties. It doesn't include any compositions by Hutcherson. It doesn't include any compositions by Hutcherson. Instead, Joe Chambers contribute three fabulous pieces; James Spalding and .
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gram Vinyl release of Patterns on Discogs/5(15).
  4. Patterns, an Album by Bobby Hutcherson. Released in May on Blue Note (catalog no. LT; Vinyl LP). Genres: Modal Jazz. Featured peformers: Bobby Hutcherson (vibraphone), James Spaulding (alto saxophone, flute), Stanley Cowell (piano), Reggie Workman (bass), Joe Chambers (drums), Francis Wolff (producer), Duke Pearson (producer), Michael Cuscuna (producer, liner notes), Rudy Van /5(5).
  5. Jan 25,  · A mellow, straight ahead album from BH at a time when many of his albums were more experimental. Note that the track listings were mixed up though, side 1 is actually side 2 and vice versa. A quick listening of the two different versions of Patterns will confirm this, the one that is listed as the original take of Patterns is actually Effi/5(2).
  6. An entirely worthy Bobby Hutcherson LP that went unissued until , Patterns finds the vibist working in typically challenging territory. What makes this session distinctive is that it features some of drummer and favorite Hutcherson composer Joe Chambers' most structured work, though that hardly means it's traditional or unadventurous. Four of the six pieces are Chambers'; the others are by 8/

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