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  1. Red Clay (Remastered) Freddie Hubbard First Light Freddie Hubbard; Straight Life Freddie Hubbard; Blue Spirits (Vinyl) Freddie Hubbard On The Real Side (With The New Jazz Composers Octet) Freddie Hubbard The Artist Selects Freddie Hubbard; Sky Dive Freddie Hubbard; The Night Of The Cookers 1 & 2 CD1 Freddie Hubbard; Hub Cap Freddie Hubbard; Gleam Freddie Hubbard; Ready For Freddie (Vinyl.
  2. AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow This two-LP set, which was released in as part of United Artists' Blue Note reissue series, brought back trumpeter Freddie Hubbard 's early album Hub Cap, a sextet session with tenor-saxophonist Jimmy Heath, trombonist Julian Priester, and pianist Cedar Walton.
  3. Sep 20,  · This album has certainly had a sad history. It was left in the Blue note vaults for fourteen years. Then it was reissued in a double-vinyl set with Hub Cap, a coupling that doesn't reveal either session in the best newsnesouthvadutosrobovacoparo.coinfo a decade later, it finally was released as a single album. And that brings us to the present version, on which occasion the devout Bob Blumenthal seems to say in his.
  4. Review: Best known amongst house heads for being the source of the lilting orchestral sample in Pepe Bradock's "Deep Burnt", Freddie Hubbard's version of "Little Sunflower" is a soul-jazz classic and a newsnesouthvadutosrobovacoparo.coinfo the full version of Hubbard's vocal re-make (the trumpeter first recorded an instrumental take in ) only ever appeared on a hard-to-find promo 12", this Record Store Day.
  5. Here to Stay, a true rare find, was first released as part of a two-LP set in after languishing in the vaults for over 15 years. It features a Hubbard in his early twenties, and most definitely in his prime. Freddie was a member of Art Blakely’s Jazz Messengers at this time.
  6. Album Description. This two-LP set, which was released in as part of United Artists' Blue Note reissue series, brought back trumpeter Freddie Hubbard's early album Hub Cap, a sextet session with tenor-saxophonist Jimmy Heath, trombonist Julian Priester, and pianist Cedar Walton.
  7. Here to Stay, an Album by Freddie Hubbard. Released 12 September on Blue Note (catalog no. 3 2 1; CD). Genres: Hard Bop.
  8. Freddie Hubbard Vinyl Record Albums. Frederick Dewayne "Freddie" Hubbard (April 7, December 29, ) was an American jazz trumpeter. He was known primarily for playing in the bebop, hard bop and post-bop styles from the early s onwards. His unmistakable and influential tone contributed to new perspectives for modern jazz and bebop.