Jones, Hank: Live at Jazzhaus Slukefter

Jones, Hank SKU: 35905431
Jones, Hank: Live at Jazzhaus Slukefter

Jones, Hank: Live at Jazzhaus Slukefter

Jones, Hank SKU: 35905431

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Description

Title: Live at Jazzhaus Slukefter
Artist: Jones, Hank
Label: Storyville Records
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 717101847020
Genre: Jazz

The American pianist Hank Jones could, spanning his 65-year career, always be counted on for a joyful presence on the jazz scene, playing sparkling piano solos that uplifted every group that was wise enough to hire him. This set of previously unreleased music from June 6, 1983 puts the spotlight of one of the most consistent geniuses in jazz history. In the 1970s and 1980s, Jazzhus Slukefter in Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen, was the site for a large number of live recordings release by Storyville. Hank Jones brought Danish bassist Mads Vinding with him, a bassist with a large sound, the ability to take very original solos, and a love for straight ahead jazz. The third name on the stage was drummer Shelly Mane, whose career was as prolific as Jones', and who added color and life to every group. This 1983 concert consists of nine jazz standards. Jones takes the lion's share of the solo spots, changing his style between that of a classical bebop pianist and other times swinging elegantly like Teddy Wilson. The masterful trio comes up with creative variations and give all the songs on the release rewardingly fresh treatments.

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