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Title
Stick up
Performer
Bobby Hutcherson 1941-2016 (vibrafoon;marimba) Joe Henderson 1937-2001 (saxofoon) McCoy Tyner 1938-2020 (piano) Herbie Lewis 1941-2007 (contrabas) Billy Higgins 1936-2001 (drums)
Publisher
MVD Audio, 2018
1 cd
Playing time
00:41:28
EAN
0760137065227
CDR
JE43253
Placing suggestion
73 - Jazz (NBLC) J1 - Jazz (Flemish music schema)

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About Bobby Hutcherson

Robert Hutcherson (January 27, 1941 – August 15, 2016) was an American jazz vibraphone and marimba player. "Little B's Poem", from the 1966 Blue Note album Components, is one of his best-known compositions. Hutcherson influenced younger vibraphonists including Steve Nelson, Joe Locke, and Stefon Harris.

Biography

Early life and career

Bobby Hutcherson was born in Los Angeles, California, to Eli, a master mason, and Esther, a hairdresser. Hutcherson was exposed to jazz by his brother Teddy, who listened to Art Blakey records in the family home with his friend Dexter Gordon. His older sister Peggy was a singer in Gerald Wilson's orchestra. Hutcherson went on to record on a number of Gerald Wilson's Pacific Jazz recordings as well as play in his orchestra. Hutcherson's sister personally introduced Hutcherson to Eric Dolphy (her boyfriend at the t…Read more on Wikipedia

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