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John Hebert - Sounds Of Love - Import CD

John Hebert - Sounds Of Love - Import CD



Contemporary Jazz

December 28, 2021


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Catalog No.:SSC1646

JAN/ISBN: 016728164627

Number of Discs: 1

Country/Region of Manufacture: Import


John Hebert


John Abeer, one of New York's most important bassists. A courtesy tribute to Charles Mingus, with Fred Hirsch and other fine members! He performed with Fred Hirsch, Andrew Hill, Paul Bray, Tony Malaby, Mary Halvorson, and others. John Abeer, one of the leading bassists of the New York jazz scene, dedicated this work to his beloved Charles Mingus (b. 1922, d. 1979). John heard Mingus' 1975 album "Changes One" and immediately became a follower of the bassist/composer. Although he has mainly played original compositions in his own projects, he opened his first series of tribute concerts to Mingus in 2011 to great acclaim, and toured Europe in 2013. This album was recorded live at the Jazz Festival in Lugano, Switzerland, on March 27 of the same year. The Mingus Big Band, founded by the widow of Sue Mingus, is well known as an active unit playing Mingus numbers, but the project led by John is characterized by its composition of Mingus songs and John's own original songs inspired by Mingus. Love What?" was inspired by "What Love?" from "Mingus Presents Mingus" and M-6 "Frivolocity" was inspired by "Sue'sChanges" from Changes One.Also selected from among the many Mingus numbers are M-3 "Duke Ellington's Sound Of Love" and M-5 "Remember Rockefeller At Attica". With Fred Hirsch on piano, Tim Byrne on alto saxophone, and other artists who are also top-notch bandleaders (none of whom currently work as sidemen), John has an immensely large appeal as bassist and organizer. The upcoming year 2022 will mark the 100th anniversary of Mingus' birth. A complete version of "Mingus At Carnegie Hall," recorded in 1974, was recently released to much fanfare, but even after Mingus's passing, his legacy lives on. John Abair's tour de force "Sounds Of Love," which continues and sublimates Mingus music, is one of the best proof of this.


2.The Blank-Faced Man
3.Duke Ellington's Sounds of Love
4.Love What?
5.Remember Rockfeller at Attica

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