We remember Jim Hall. ‘A Long Conversation’

This day (December 11, 2013), in New-York City, died James Stanley a.k.a. Jim Hall, an American jazz guitarist.

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Jim Hall - A Long Conversation
This day (December 11, 2013), in New-York City, died James Stanley a.k.a. Jim Hall, an American jazz guitarist.Tracklist : w/ Scott Colley - Live At North Sea Jazz (2012 ) . w/ Pat Metheny - Duo . Interview At The Eddie Lang Jazz Festival (2010) . w/ Joe Lovano 4Tet - In A Sentimental Mood (1996) .

Tracklist :

w/ Scott Colley – Live At North Sea Jazz (2012 ) . w/ Pat Metheny – Duo . Interview At The Eddie Lang Jazz Festival (2010) . w/ Joe Lovano 4Tet – In A Sentimental Mood (1996) . w/ Bill Frisell Duo – Throughout (1995) . w/ Bob Brookmeyer – I Should Care . w/ Attila Zoller – Where I Have You (1973) . w/ Sonny Rollins – The Bridge .

Tracklist :

You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To . The Answer Is Yes . Two’s Blues . Concierto De Aranjuez . Unfinished Business . Rock Skippin’ . Body and Soul . All Across The City . Too Close for Comfort . Prelude To A Kiss .

SELECTED ALBUMS

Michel Petrucciani’s Power Of Three is an album recorded on July 14, 1986 at the Montreux Jazz Festival with Jim Hall and Wayne Shorter. >>

Concierto by the Jim Hall sextet, featuring Paul Desmond, Chet Baker, Ron Carter, Steve Gadd and Roland Hanna is an album recorded on April 16 & 23, 1975. >>

Undercurrent by Bill Evans and Jim Hall is an album recorded on April 24 & May 14, 1962. >>

Jim Hall & Pat Metheny is an album (11 studio and 6 live recording tracks) released on April 27, 1999. >>

Bill Evans’ Interplay is an album recorded on July 16–17 and August 21, 1962, with Percy Heath, Philly Joe Jones, Jim Hall and Freddie Hubbard. >>

Recorded on April 5, 25 , 26 & May 14, 1962, What’s New? is an album by Sonny Rollins with Jim Hall, Bob Cranshaw, Ben Riley, Dennis Charles, Frank Charles, Willie Rodriguez and Candido. >>

MORE VIDEOS

[2012] guitarist Jim Hall performs at Scullers Jazz Club in Boston >> 6 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1964] you do not want to miss Art Farmer with Jim Hall at Jazz Casual on Public Television >> 29 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1961] do not miss the Sonny Rollins Quartet featuring Jim Hall at Jazz Casual on American television. >> 29 MINUTES on RVM >>

[2008] the Jim Hall Trio – that is Jim Hall (g), Scott Colley (b) and Lewis Nash (d) – plus Kenny Barron (p) and Dave Holland (b) will play live at Jazz in Marciac, France >> 53 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1994] Bill Frisell duets with Jim Hall at Umbria Jazz Festival in Perugia, Italy >> 21 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1972] German NDR television tapes Jim Hall and Hungarian-born guitarist Attila Zoller, plus Red Mitchell on bass and Daniel Humair on drums for their Jazzworkshop program >> 61 MINUTES on RVM >>

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This day (December 11, 2013), in New-York City, died James Stanley a.k.a. Jim Hall, an American jazz guitarist.Tracklist : w/ Scott Colley - Live At North Sea Jazz (2012 ) . w/ Pat Metheny - Duo . Interview At The Eddie Lang Jazz Festival (2010) . w/ Joe Lovano 4Tet - In A Sentimental Mood (1996) .

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Wikipedia : This day (December 11, 2013), in New-York City, died James Stanley a.k.a. Jim Hall, an American jazz guitarist.

@ ArtistShare : Some years ago, Guitar Player magazine quoted Jim as saying I do feel good about my playing. The instrument keeps me humble. Sometimes I pick it up and it seems to say `No, you can’t play today.’

Official Website : The first formal recognition came in 1997, when Jim won the New York Jazz Critics Circle Award for Best Jazz Composer/Arranger. His pieces for string, brass, and vocal ensembles can be heard on his “Textures” and “By Arrangement” recordings. 

@last.fm : Jim Hall educated at the Cleveland Institute of Music, moved to Los Angeles where he began to attract national, and then international, attention in the late 1950s. By 1960 Jim had arrived in New York to work with Sonny Rollins and Art Farmer, among others.

@Discogs :

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