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Masters of the Mallet

Bobby Hutcherson
Page added Feb 15, 2013 Updated Jan 28, 2014

A live performance from New York, from Vibes players Bobby Hutcherson, Joe Locke and Stefon Harris.

Tracks in this feature

1. 'Don’t Blame Me' (Jimmy McHugh)
Soloist: Bobby Hutcherson, vibraphone, marimba

2. 'Highway One' (Bobby Hutcherson)
Soloists:  Russell Malone; guitar, Renee Rosnes; piano, Dwayne Burno; bass, Victor Lewis; drums, Bobby Hutcherson; vibraphone/ marimba

3. 'Compassion' (Milton Jackson)
Soloists: Kenny Barron; piano, Daryl Hall; bass, Rodney Green; drums, Stefon Harris; vibraphone/ marimba

4. 'Young and Foolish' (Stefon Harris)
Soloist: Stefon Harris; vibraphone/ marimba

5. 'Flying Home' (Goodman, DeLange, Hampton)
Soloists: Kenny Barron; piano, Daryl Hall; bass, Rodney Green; drums, Stefon Harris; vibraphone/ marimba

6. 'After the Morning' (John Hicks)
Soloists: Joe Locke, John Hicks

7. 'The Pink Panther' (Henry Mancini)
Soloists: George Mraz, Kenny Washington, Geoff Keezer, Clarence Penn.

Presenter: Wendell Pierce
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Feb 21, 2013. 9:00pm - 10:00pm

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Artist Biography

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Bobby Hutcherson (born January 27, 1941 in Los Angeles, California) is a jazz vibraphone and marimba player. His vibraphone playing is suggestive of the style of Milt Jackson in its free-flowing melodicism, but his sense of harmony and group interaction is thoroughly modern. Hutcherson has influenced younger vibraphonists including Steve Nelson,Joe Locke and Stefon Harris. "Little B's Poem"...

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Comments

On Feb 18, 2013. 2:58pm
ABC Jazz said

What a gig...! Thanks Christopher.

On Feb 15, 2013. 2:28pm
Anonymous said

Saw him live in New York some years back with McCoy Tyner's trio at the Blue Note. Doubling on vibes and marimba, his playing was not only technically mesmerising but frequently enchanting. The audience got their money's worth in more ways than one that delightful Autumn evening! (I believe this group recorded but haven't been able tp obtain their disc.) Henderson's voice remains uniquely his despite the positive influence of the monumental Milt Jackson. I'll be tuning in to this for sure.
Christopher Lynch.

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