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MAN FROM TWO WORLDS
Chico Hamilton
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: December 11, 1963

Charles Lloyd (ts); Gabor Szabo (g); Albert Stinson (b); Chico Hamilton (d).

a. (90019) Child's Play (Charles Lloyd) - 3:44
b. (90020) Blues Medley (Charles Lloyd) - 3:20
     - Little Sister's Dance
     - Shade Tree
     - Island Blues
c. (90021) Forest Flower (Charles Lloyd) - 10:11
     - Sunrise
     - Sunset

same, except Charles Lloyd (f).

d. (90022) Blues for O.T. (Charles Lloyd) - 4:34

same, except Charles Lloyd (ts).

e. (90023) Mallet Dance (Charles Lloyd) - 4:49
f. (90024) Man From Two Worlds
    
(Charles Lloyd) - 5:53

same, except Charles Lloyd (f).

g. (90025) Love Song to a Baby
     (Charles Lloyd) - 3:47

Issues: a-g on Impulse A(S)-59, Impulse (Jap) SH-3034, Jasmine (E) JAS-48, Impulse GRD-127 [CD]. 
Singles: c also on Impulse 45-238 [45].
Samplers: c also on Impulse AS-9174 titled THE BEST OF CHICO HAMILTON (issued 1968), GRP GRD-2-101 [CD] titled IMPULSE! JAZZ: A 30-YEAR CELEBRATION (issued 1991), Label M 5707 [CD] titled BACK IN MY DISC JOCKEY DAYS (issued 2001) and Impulse B0006680-02 [CD] titled THE HOUSE THAT TRANE BUILT: THE STORY OF IMPULSE RECORDS. c (7:04 edit) also on Verve B0001328 02 [CD] titled NEA JAZZ MASTERS. d also on Verve (Ger) 06024 9843535 [CD] titled SUPERDRUMMERS (VERVE JAZZ CLUB). d & f  also on Impulse AS-9213-2 titled CHICO HAMILTON: HIS GREAT HITS (issued 1971). e also on GRP GRD-9793 [CD] titled THE BEAT OF A DIFFERENT DRUMMER (issued 1994).
Producer: Bob Thiele
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
Notes: Manny Albam. 

 

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