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Elmo Hope Ensemble / Elmo Hope - Sounds from Rikers Island flac mp3
Performer:
Elmo Hope Ensemble / Elmo Hope
Album:
Sounds from Rikers Island
Style:
Hard Bop,Jazz Instrument,Piano Jazz
Recording date:
August 19, 1963
Date of release:
August 19, 1963
Recording location:
New York, NY
Duration:
36:13
FLAC vers. size:
1884 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1357 mb
WMA vers. size:
1608 mb
Other formats
APE DXD MP2 MMF ASF VOC
Rating:
4.9 ★
Votes:
671

Ambitious Complex Elegant Refined Sophisticated. Elmo Hope Ensemble, Elmo Hope. Sounds from Rikers Island. This 1963 session assembled by composer Sid Frey, pianist and composer Elmo Hope, and vibist Walt Dickerson (who doesn't appear on the record) is a blowing date centered around the notion of drug addiction and hopelessness for the addict/slave musician who ends up in places like Rikers Island. As a cultural and social critique, it fails other than in its liner notes. As a musical document, it is an overwhelming success. Hope surrounds himself with musicians whose reputations are now legendary: Philly Joe Jones, John Gilmore, Ronnie Boykins, Lawrence Jackson, and Freddie Douglas.

Matrix, Runout (Etched Side A): AFLP 2119A-1R A2 (scribble) RX.

Elmo Sylvester Hope (June 27, 1923 – May 19, 1967) was an American jazz pianist, composer, and arranger, chiefly in the bebop and hard bop genres. He grew up playing and listening to jazz and classical music with Bud Powell, and both were close friends of another influential pianist, Thelonious Monk

Sounds From Rikers Island 1963. One For Joe. Sounds From Rikers Island 1963. Three Silver Quarters. It Shouldn't Happen To A Dream.

Elmo Hope chronology. Sounds from Rikers Island (1963). The Final Sessions (1966). Hope-Full is an album by jazz pianist Elmo Hope recorded in 1961 for the Riverside label. Hope performs 5 solo piano pieces and three piano duets with his wife Bertha. I Hear You John is an album by vibraphonist Walt Dickerson and percussionist Jimmi Johnsun recorded in Denmark in 1978 for the SteepleChase label. The 1995 CD reissue added an additional track featuring Andy McKee.

Sounds from Rikers Island - One for Joe, Ecstacy, Three Silver Quarters and 9 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Count: 9. Views: 0. Sounds from Rikers Island tracks. Ecstacy.

Sounds from Rikers Island. Elmo Hope - Three Silver Quarters 04:45. Elmo Hope - A Night in Tunisia 05:57. Elmo Hope - Trippin' 03:19. Elmo Hope - It Shouldn't Happen to a Dream 04:07. Elmo Hope - Kevin 04:15. Elmo Hope - Monique 03:02. Elmo Hope - Groovin' High 02:59. Elmo Hope: Trio and Quintet - Elmo Hope. Elmo Hope Trio - Elmo Hope, Elmo Hope Trio. Elmo Hope: Sounds From Rikers Island/Informal Jazz/Hope Meets Foster/Elmo Hope Trio - Elmo Hope. Exploring the Future (with Harold Land & Elmo Hope) - Curtis Counce, Elmo Hope. Elmo Hope Trio - Elmo Hope.

Elmo Hope covered When Johnny Comes Marching Home, Groovin' High, It Shouldn't Happen to a Dream, Yesterdays and other songs. Elmo Hope originally did Groovin' High, It Shouldn't Happen to a Dream, Yesterdays, Roll On and other songs. Released on Sounds from Rikers Island (1964). Discover The Original.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 One for Joe Elmo Hope Ensemble / Elmo Hope 4:34
2 Ecstasy Elmo Hope Ensemble / Elmo Hope 3:15
3 Three Silver Quarters Elmo Hope Ensemble / Elmo Hope 4:45
4 A Night in Tunisia Dizzy Gillespie / Frank Paparelli Elmo Hope Ensemble / Elmo Hope 5:57
5 Trippin' Elmo Hope Ensemble / Elmo Hope 3:19
6 It Shouldn't Happen to a Dream Duke Ellington / Don George / Johnny Hodges Elmo Hope Ensemble / Elmo Hope feat: Earl Coleman 4:07
7 Kevin Elmo Hope Ensemble / Elmo Hope 4:15
8 Monique Elmo Hope Ensemble / Elmo Hope 3:02
9 Groovin' High Dizzy Gillespie Elmo Hope Ensemble / Elmo Hope 2:59

Credits

Ronnie Boykins - Bass, Group Member
Earl Coleman - Primary Artist, Vocals
Walt Dickerson - Producer
Fred Douglas - Group Member, Sax (Alto), Sax (Soprano)
Duke Ellington - Composer
Elmo Hope Ensemble - Primary Artist
Sidney Frey - Producer
Don George - Composer
Dizzy Gillespie - Composer
John Gilmore - Group Member, Sax (Tenor)
Nat Hentoff - Liner Notes
Johnny Hodges - Composer
Elmo Hope - Arranger, Group Member, Piano, Primary Artist
Lawrence Jackson - Group Member, Trumpet
Philly Joe Jones - Drums, Group Member, Guest Artist
Frank Paparelli - Composer
Jordi Pujol - Producer