Jerry Hahn - Time Changes album flac
- Album: Time Changes
- FLAC: 1899 mb | MP3: 1972 mb
- Released: 1995
- Rating: 4.8/5
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|5||Blues For Allyson||4:34|
|7||Goodbye Pork Pie Hat||6:04|
- Bass – Steve LaSpina
- Drums – Jeff Hirshfield
- Guitar – Jerry Hahn
- Piano – Art Lande (tracks: 10), Phil Markowitz (tracks: 3, 5, 6 & 9)
- Soprano Saxophone – David Liebman (tracks: 1 & 8)
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Time Changes is a 1964 album by The Dave Brubeck Quartet, based upon the use of time signatures that were, because of Brubeck's previous work, a mainstay in popular jazz music. The whole second side of the album, the composition "Elementals", resulted from a relationship with Rayburn Wright, The Eastman School of Music and its "Arranger's Workshop" and an impending concert in Rochester, New York. It was Mr. Brubeck's first orchestral composition.
Jerry Hahn And His Quintet, Jack DeJohnette, Michael White, Noel Jewkes & Ron McClure. Jerry Hahn And His Quintet, Jack DeJohnette, Michael White, Noel Jewkes & Ron McClure.
The Jerry Hahn Quintet – "Ara-Be-In" Changes Records 1967 - Fantastic slight out Jazz album, has some of Michael White's finest playing in my humble opinion. Michael White sounds great here although Jerry Hahn on guitar might in fact steal the show if that is possible from John Handy. This is high quality ensemble music. Produced by John Hammond.
Bass – Steve LaSpina Drums – Jeff Hirshfield Guitar – Jerry Hahn Piano – Art Lande (tracks: 10), Phil Markowitz (tracks: 3, 5, 6 & 9) Soprano Saxophone – David Liebman (tracks: 1 & 8).
Jerry Hahn, Category: Artist, Albums: Time Changes, Biography: A lesser-known but talented guitarist, Jerry Hahn attended Wichita State University and played in Kansas before moving to San Francisco in 1962. Monthly Listeners: 201, Where People Listen: Dallas, Mexico City, Toronto, Rio de Janeiro, London. A lesser-known but talented guitarist, Jerry Hahn attended Wichita State University and played in Kansas before moving to San Francisco in 1962. He gained some recognition for his work with John Handy's adventurous band (1964-1966) which was the hit of the 1965 Monterey Jazz Festival. Hahn led an album in 1967, toured with the Fifth Dimension the following year, and was one of many great guitarists to be part of Gary Burton's group (1968-1969). He led the Jerry Hahn Brotherhood in the early '70s and then became a teacher at Wichita State University.
Complete your Jerry Hahn record collection. Jerry Hahn is known as one of jazz’s high-ranking guitarists. He became a key name in the 1960s for his input to the up-and-coming fusion movement, and has remained one of its dedicated promoters until today. At the age of 7 he began playing the guitar and was playing professionally with the Bobby Wiley Rhythmaires at the age of 11. He joined the John Handy Quintet in 1964 and was recording two albums for Columbia Records with them
Jerry Hahn (born September 21, 1940, Alma, Nebraska) is an American jazz guitarist. Hahn studied at Wichita State University, then moved to [San Francisco in 1962, where he played with John Handy (1964–66). He toured with the 5th Dimension in 1968 and worked with Gary Burton from 1968–69. In addition to recording his own album in 1967, he led the Jerry Hahn Brotherhood, a country-blues jazz-rock ensemble, in 1970. Later in the decade he became a teacher at Wichita State and performed less until 1986, when he moved to Portland, Oregon. He played locally and taught at Portland State University. Time Changes (Enja, 1995). Jerry Hahn & His Quintet (Arhoolie, 1998). Hahn Solo (Migration, 2006). Jazz Hymns (Migration, 2009). Hahn Songs (Self-released, 2010).
Jerry Hahn & His Quintet. Jerry Hahn and his Quintet. Tracks count: 5. Views: 2. Jerry Hahn and his Quintet - Ragahantar 03:50. Jerry Hahn and his Quintet - Ara-Be-In 07:56. Jerry Hahn and his Quintet - In The Breeze 06:27.