R.E.M. State - The Jim Hall Quartet - All Across The City (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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1989
Label: Concord Jazz - CJ-384 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz •


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9 thoughts on “ R.E.M. State - The Jim Hall Quartet - All Across The City (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Jim Hall's successful blend of contemporary and mainstream jazz should appeal to both camps on this well-crafted CD. Hall displays the subtle quiet lyricism that makes his guitar sound instantly identifiable. Gil Goldstein is a perfect choice on keyboards, because he uses synthesizer only to color rather than overpower a song, while avoiding schmaltz.. Both "Beja-Flor" and the title track 9/
  2. "All Across the City" released on Concord Records in is a very fine recording. Jim Hall who is known collectively as the "Godfather of Modern Jazz Guitar" really plays great jazz guitar. His subtle sense of swing, harmony, and melody have made him a legend/5(8).
  3. Hall's small handful of Concord albums in the s were sort of studio extensions of the sound and approach found on the great trio record "Jim Hall Live!" album from This, the final Concord session, adds keyboards to the trio sound, but otherwise the record is another mix of standards and originals played in his inimitable style/5(8).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of All Across The City on Discogs. Label: Concord Jazz - CCD • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz • Jim Hall - All Across The City (, CD) | Discogs/5(2).
  5. Jim Hall’s successful blend of contemporary mainstream jazz should appeal to both camps on this well-crafted CD. Hall displays the subtle quiet lyricism that makes his guitar sound instantly identifiable. Gil Goldstein is a perfect choice on keyboards, because he uses synthesizer only to color.
  6. The Jim Hall Quartet - All Across The City (/) SACD + Hi-Res Genres: SACD ISO / Hi-Res 24 bit / Jazz , Music_land All music The Jim Hall Quartet.
  7. All Across the City is an album by guitarist Jim Hall recorded in and released on the AllMusic awarded the album 4 1 ⁄ 2 stars, with the review by Ken Dryden stating, "Jim Hall's successful blend of contemporary and mainstream jazz should appeal to both camps on this well-crafted CD. Hall displays the subtle quiet lyricism that makes.
  8. Tracklist: Beija-flor () Bemsha Swing () Prelude To A Kiss () Young One (for Debra) () R.e.m. State ().

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