8 Replies to “ Baraka Sasa - Freddie Hubbard - High Energy (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. One of Freddie Hubbard's few decent efforts during his very commercial period with Columbia, this LP found his quintet (with tenor-saxophonist Junior Cook and keyboardist George Cables) joined by a small orchestra and a string section on a set of potentially dismal ledimottiorochat.raimilzomawildtaraldiogardhindvete.infoinfoately these six performances (particularly "Crisis," "Ebony Moonbeams" and Stevie Wonder's "Too High") are given 6/
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Freddie Hubbard - High Energy at Discogs. Complete your Freddie Hubbard collection/5(94).
  3. Freddie Hubbard got a bad rap from jazz critics while at Columbia -- most absolutely hated the music he made there because it indulged pop, soul, funk, and even disco abundantly. He got the last laugh, though. The critics were wrong. Great Britain's BGO offers proof in this two-disc set that contains Hubbard's first three Columbia albums from the mid-'70s: High Energy (), the provocatively 7/
  4. For his first Columbia album, High Energy (), Hubbard did use his own band, a quintet that featured George Cables on piano and Junior Cook on tenor sax (both were also heard on Hubbard's final CTI album, Keep Your Soul Together), plus a collective sweetening of L.A. studio musicians, arranged with surprisingly minimal impact by Dale Oehler.
  5. Features Song Lyrics for Freddie Hubbard's High Energy album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  6. ** also released on Blue Note BST , CDP 7 2. Freddie Hubbard - Open Sesame (Blue Note CDP 7 2). Freddie Hubbard, trumpet; Tina Brooks, tenor sax; McCoy Tyner, piano; Sam Jones, bass; Clifford Jarvis, drums.: same session. Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, June 19,
  7. High Energy is an album recorded in by jazz trumpeter Freddie Hubbard. It was first studio album released on the Columbia label and features performances by Hubbard, Joe Sample, George Cables, Junior Cook, Ernie Watts, Pete Christlieb and Ian Underwood. Camel Rise" (George Cables) - Black Maybe" (Wonder) - Baraka Sasa" (Hubbard.

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