Buenos Aires Blues (& The Eleventh Hour)
 
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Buenos Aires Blues (& The Eleventh Hour)

5 May 2009

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Time
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Mama knows Johnny Hodges Quintet
5:00
2
I'm in another world Johnny Hodges Quintet
2:50
3
Dreary days Johnny Hodges Quintet
3:14
4
I can't believe that you're in love with me Johnny Hodges Quintet
4:58
5
B.A. Blues Johnny Hodges Quintet
4:37
6
Wanderlust Johnny Hodges Quintet
7:20
7
All too soon Johnny Hodges Quintet
3:23
8
Somebody loves me Johnny Hodges Quintet
2:48
9
Away from you Johnny Hodges Quintet
3:32
10
Something to live for (The Eleventh Hour) Johnny Hodges
2:22
11
In a sentimental mood (The Eleventh Hour) Johnny Hodges
2:55
12
I didn't know about you (The Eleventh Hour) Johnny Hodges
2:36
13
Guitar amour (The Eleventh Hour) Johnny Hodges
3:29
14
You blew out the flame (in my heart) (The Eleventh Hour) Johnny Hodges
2:02
15
Theme from "The Eleventh Hour" (The Eleventh Hour) Johnny Hodges
2:14
16
Love song from "Mutiny On The Bounty" (The Eleventh Hour) Johnny Hodges
1:55
17
Solitude (The Eleventh Hour) Johnny Hodges
2:35
18
Satin doll (The Eleventh Hour) Johnny Hodges
1:57
19
Don't blame me (The Eleventh Hour) Johnny Hodges
2:44
20
Prelude to a kiss (The Eleventh Hour) Johnny Hodges
2:39
21
Warm valley (The Eleventh Hour) Johnny Hodges
1:56

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 5 May 2009
  • Label: Lone Hill Jazz
  • Copyright: (c) 2009 Lone Hill Jazz (under the owners license)
  • Total Length: 1:07:06
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  • ASIN: B003Z1XV84
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 132,471 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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5.0 out of 5 stars MORE INCREDIBLY RARE RICHES FROM LONEHILL JAZZ 21 Feb 2010
Format:Audio CD
With no reviews of this reissue it's essential to let it be known this CD is a MUST for every Hodges fan. If "Buenos Aires Blues" was never made available during his lifetime it was due some oversight not because it's quality did not meet his highest standards. At the risk of sounding blase it has to admitted he did get into a slight rut during his 50's period on Verve (all available on Mosaic). There being only a limited variety of sound available from a small combo - with occasional guest performers. But after meeting-up with producer Creed Taylor he entered an experimental period which gave his recording career a new lease on life.

The 2 early-60's albums on this CD came out just after "Blue Hodge" with Wild Bill Davis and a big band LP with Billy Strayhorn which must be rated the perfect recording of Hodges playing his favorite Ellington masterpeices. That he should then make a quintet record with 4 non-Ellingtonians shows just how confident he had become. Although he gives plenty of space to his "backing group" thankfully these 9 tracks are dominated by Hodges's alto - whereby he creates a continuous stream of sensuous soothing mainstream jazz. One tune blending into another so one is hardly aware 5 are Hodges and Schifrin originals, 2 are by Ellington and 2 are popular standards. My only reservation is the opening track is not typical of what follows. One waits 50 seconds for Hodges's alto and when it does arrive it's been given an echo effect. But after this all sounds just as great as with all his later work.

Next he made "The Eleventh Hour". I don't remember this being released in England either.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A must have for Johnny Hodges fans. 9 Sep 2013
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An excellent recording from the inimitable Johnny Hodges and a truly fine ensemble of musicians from a bygone era. A recommended and worthwhile recording. William
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5.0 out of 5 stars Superlative Hodges. 3 April 2013
By ML79
Format:MP3 Download|Verified Purchase
Very interesting to hear Hodges outside of the Ellington context. He also did a great session with Oliver Nelson and Leon Thomas called Three Shades of Blue.
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