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8 thoughts on “ Hank Mobley - Hi Voltage (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Hank Mobley Hi Voltage (Vinyl) Jazz Vinyl. Personnel: Hank Mobley Tracklist; Album details; Press; Format: LP / 12" / 33rpm / STEREO Label: BLUE NOTE Catalogue Reference: (BST ) Recording Year: Country of Pressing: USA Comments: Reissue Stamped " BLN " .
  2. Oct 28,  · Hank Mobley - Hi Voltage - - Blue Note MONO Vinyl Andrew Hill - ANDREW!!! Blue Note MONO LP Jazz Rare BLP The Cedar Walton Hank Mobley Quintet – Breakthrough (full album.
  3. Mar 30,  · Hi Voltage, an Album by Hank Mobley. Released in March on Blue Note (catalog no. BST ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Bop, Soul Jazz. Featured peformers: Blue Mitchell (trumpet), Jackie McLean (alto saxophone), Hank Mobley (tenor saxophone, composition), John Hicks (piano), Bob Cranshaw (bass), Billy Higgins (drums), Alfred Lion (producer), Rudy Van Gelder (recording /5(3).
  4. HANK MOBLEY Hi Voltage (US Rainbo Records issue of the 6-track LP on Blue Note, also featuring Blue Mitchell on Trumpet, Jackie McClean on Alto, John Hicks on Piano, Bob Cranshaw on Bass & Billy Higgins on Drums, picture sleeve reproducing the original album artwork.
  5. One of the greatest albums ever from Blue Note tenor giant Hank Mobley – a set that really explodes in all the new directions Hank was taking in the 60s! Mobley in the 50s was already the stuff of legend – a tremendous soloist on tenor, and every bit his own man – firmly focused.
  6. Label: Blue Note - BST • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop Hank Mobley - Hi Voltage (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(13).
  7. 1. HIGH VOLTAGE (Hank Mobley) Blue Horizon Music - BMI 2. TWO AND ONE (Mobley) Blue Horizon Music - BMI 3. NO MORE GOODBYS (Mobley) Blue Horizon Music - BMI. 1. ADVANCE NOTICE (Hank Mobley) Blue Horizon Music - BMI 2. BOSSA DE LUXE (Mobley) Blue Horizon Music - BMI 3. FLIRTY GERTY (Mobley) Blue Horizon Music - BMI Musicians.
  8. Sep 02,  · Poor Hank Mobley: overlooked and under appreciated in his lifetime not only as a tenor player, but also as a composer, as this '68 reissue testifies. While none of these originals have caught on through the years, Hi Voltage makes a strong case for a revisit of Mobley's songbook.

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