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Discussion in 'Recordings [DB]' started by oliebrice, Feb 14, 2006.
Just found these MP3s on John Hebert's website. Gorgeous playing. Check out 'Gloria's Step'.
I tried hard to find it but you'll have to post the link for me to get there.
sorry, forgot the link! here you go...
listening to these again this morning I really, really like the playing. Anyone reccomend any records with him on? His discography looks long and hard to get hold of over here, so particular reccomendations would be handy.
The new Andrew Hill record...
Michael Attias - Renku (Playscape Records)
sax-bass-drums trio with lots of slammin' playing from John.
I've been listening to some of the Andrew Hill album on the internet, theres 3 tracks on http://www.bluenote.com/andrewhill/ and its great stuff. Highly reccomended.
thanks, i'll have a look for it.
reminds me of prof Bill Koehler's tracks that used to be available here
eh....he's obviously a good player but his concept is not for me. I like to hear the changes.
I prefer Dave Holland's "One's All" for solo bass; that to me is the pinnacle of the medium.
I'm pretty sure he's hearing the changes, he just may not be hearing them the same way you are.
I've heard John play in a number of different settings and I enjoy both his sound and his ideas.
There's a nice review that monte did of a performance of Dave Snidero's band when they were touring, John was playing with that group.
do you mean Dave Pietro?
Ooooo, glad to see this post. Hebert is definitely one of my favorites. He's on some of guitarist Pete McCann's albums and on In The Land of Art, a Frank Carlberg masterpiece if I remember correctly. Verrrry good stuff.
My bad, Dave PIETRO, JIM Snidero. But yes, Dave Pietro, the Stevie Wonder record...