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Bassist John HĂ©bert has long been influenced by Mingus's music. It was Mingus's 1975 Atlantic recording, Changes One, that etched the clarity of the legend's vision and tone into HĂ©bert's mind. Using the music and ensemble fluidity of the album as a direct inspiration, HĂ©bert assembled an incredible band to play with the spirit of Mingus as a beacon for a number of performances from 2011 to 2013. The recording, Sounds of Love, presents the ensemble in their element, in a thrillingly dynamic live performance. // Having set roots in New York in the mid-1990s, HĂ©bert became one of the most in demand bassists of his generation, upholding duties in bands led by Andrew Hill, Paul Bley, Mary Halvorson, and Uri Caine. HĂ©bert continues to participate in a longstanding musical relationship with piano great Fred Hersch and has found himself in academia as a professor at Western Michigan University.
Bassist John HĂ©bert has long been influenced by Mingus's music. It was Mingus's 1975 Atlantic recording, Changes One, that etched the clarity of the legend's vision and tone into HĂ©bert's mind. Using the music and ensemble fluidity of the album as a direct inspiration, HĂ©bert assembled an incredible band to play with the spirit of Mingus as a beacon for a number of performances from 2011 to 2013. The recording, Sounds of Love, presents the ensemble in their element, in a thrillingly dynamic live performance. // Having set roots in New York in the mid-1990s, HĂ©bert became one of the most in demand bassists of his generation, upholding duties in bands led by Andrew Hill, Paul Bley, Mary Halvorson, and Uri Caine. HĂ©bert continues to participate in a longstanding musical relationship with piano great Fred Hersch and has found himself in academia as a professor at Western Michigan University.
016728164627

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Format: CD
Label: SUNNYSIDE
Rel. Date: 01/14/2022
UPC: 016728164627

Sounds Of Love
Artist: John Hebert
Format: CD
New: Available $16.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

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

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Bassist John HĂ©bert has long been influenced by Mingus's music. It was Mingus's 1975 Atlantic recording, Changes One, that etched the clarity of the legend's vision and tone into HĂ©bert's mind. Using the music and ensemble fluidity of the album as a direct inspiration, HĂ©bert assembled an incredible band to play with the spirit of Mingus as a beacon for a number of performances from 2011 to 2013. The recording, Sounds of Love, presents the ensemble in their element, in a thrillingly dynamic live performance. // Having set roots in New York in the mid-1990s, HĂ©bert became one of the most in demand bassists of his generation, upholding duties in bands led by Andrew Hill, Paul Bley, Mary Halvorson, and Uri Caine. HĂ©bert continues to participate in a longstanding musical relationship with piano great Fred Hersch and has found himself in academia as a professor at Western Michigan University.
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