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Jim Hall|Jim Hall and Friends: Live at Town Hall, Vol. 2 (Live at Town Hall, New York, 1990)

Jim Hall and Friends: Live at Town Hall, Vol. 2 (Live at Town Hall, New York, 1990)

Jim Hall

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For the second half of a two-part Town Hall concert dubbed "The Jim Hall Invitational," different personnel appears on each selection. Throughout guitarist Jim Hall's adventurous spirit is consistent in its inspiration. The lengthy "Hide and Seek" is a searching group improvisation featuring Hall's quartet (with keyboardist Gil Goldstein, bassist Steve LaSpina and drummer Terry Clarke). The other four performances form a bit of a guitar summit. Hall teams up with guitarists Peter Bernstein and John Scofield on individual tracks (the latter is on Coleman Hawkins' "Sanctity"), a rendition of "My Funny Valentine" without Hall matches together Mick Goodrick and John Abercrombie and all five guitarists jam on the leader's "Careful" which also includes vibraphonist Gary Burton. An interesting and successful outing.
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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1
Hide and Seek (Live at Town Hall, New York, 1990)
00:11:00

Jim Hall, Composer, MainArtist - John Snyder, Producer - GIL GOLDSTEIN, FeaturedArtist - Terry Clarke, FeaturedArtist - Steve Laspina, FeaturedArtist - JANHALL MUSIC/BMI, MusicPublisher

(C) 2022 Musical Heritage Society (P) 1991 Amerco, LLC.

2
How Deep Is The Ocean (Live at Town Hall, New York, 1990)
00:08:18

Peter Bernstein, FeaturedArtist - Irving Berlin, Composer - Jim Hall, MainArtist - John Snyder, Producer - Terry Clarke, FeaturedArtist - IRVING BERLIN MUSIC CORP/ASCAP, MusicPublisher

(C) 2022 Musical Heritage Society (P) 1991 Amerco, LLC.

3
Sancticity (Live at Town Hall, New York, 1990)
00:08:56

Jim Hall, MainArtist - Coleman Hawkins, Composer - John Scofield, FeaturedArtist - John Snyder, Producer - ORPHEUM MUSIC/BMI, MusicPublisher

(C) 2022 Musical Heritage Society (P) 1991 Amerco, LLC.

4
My Funny Valentine (Live at Town Hall, New York, 1990)
00:07:52

Jim Hall, MainArtist - John Snyder, Producer - John Abercrombie, FeaturedArtist - Lorenz Hart/Richard Rodgers, Composer - Mick Goodrick, FeaturedArtist - Chappell & Co/ASCAP, MusicPublisher

(C) 2022 Musical Heritage Society (P) 1991 Amerco, LLC.

5
Careful (Live at Town Hall, New York, 1990)
00:08:24

Peter Bernstein, FeaturedArtist - Jim Hall, Composer, MainArtist - John Scofield, FeaturedArtist - John Snyder, Producer - John Abercrombie, FeaturedArtist - Gary Burton, FeaturedArtist - Mick Goodrick, FeaturedArtist - JANHALL MUSIC/BMI, MusicPublisher

(C) 2022 Musical Heritage Society (P) 1991 Amerco, LLC.

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For the second half of a two-part Town Hall concert dubbed "The Jim Hall Invitational," different personnel appears on each selection. Throughout guitarist Jim Hall's adventurous spirit is consistent in its inspiration. The lengthy "Hide and Seek" is a searching group improvisation featuring Hall's quartet (with keyboardist Gil Goldstein, bassist Steve LaSpina and drummer Terry Clarke). The other four performances form a bit of a guitar summit. Hall teams up with guitarists Peter Bernstein and John Scofield on individual tracks (the latter is on Coleman Hawkins' "Sanctity"), a rendition of "My Funny Valentine" without Hall matches together Mick Goodrick and John Abercrombie and all five guitarists jam on the leader's "Careful" which also includes vibraphonist Gary Burton. An interesting and successful outing.
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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