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Andrew Hill ‎– Smokestack. Label: Blue Note ‎– BST 84160. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo, Repress.

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Smoke Stack is a studio album by American jazz pianist Andrew Hill, recorded in 1963 and released in 1966 on Blue Note Records. It was his second recording as leader on the label. Ode to Von" is dedicated to saxophonist Von Freeman, whilst "Verne" is dedicated to Hill's first wife, Laverne Gillette. 30 Pier Ave. is the address of The Lighthouse, a jazz club in Hermosa Beach, CA. The album is notable for its use of two basses playing simultaneously. All compositions by Andrew Hill.

Part of the problem is that Hill simply meanders throughout most of Smoke Stack, wandering off into quietly discordant sections that turn in on themselves. It's subdued music that requires concentration, but doesn't necessarily reward such effort.

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Tracklist: 1. Smoke Stack, 2. The Day After, 3. Wailing Wall, 4. Ode To Von, 5. Not So, 6. Verne, 7. 30 Pier Avenue. More albums from Andrew Hill: Nefertiti by Andrew Hill. Live At Montreux by Andrew Hill. Point Of Departure by Andrew Hill. Dance With Death by Andrew Hill. From California With Love by Andrew Hill. Hommage by Andrew Hill. Time Lines by Andrew Hill. View all albums . Smoke Stack.

Andrew Hill: Smoke Stack by John Kelman, published on August 3, 2006. Looking back on Hill's emergence, it's remarkable how much he varied the contexts in which he worked. Smoke Stack may have been more of a challenge to listeners at the time, but today it stands out as one of Hill's most satisfying efforts, if only because of his remarkable interplay with Davis. Track Listing: Smoke Stack; The Day After; Wailing Wall; Ode to Von; Not So; Verne; 30 Pier Avenue; Smoke Stack (Alternate Take); The Day After (Alternate Take); Ode to Von (Alternate Take); Not So (Alternate Take)

Andrew Hill - Smoke Stack, 05:00, . MB download mp3 full version here. Album: Smoke Stack, A Blowing Session. Download Andrew Hill - Smoke Stack. Smoke Stack: Best 2 songs. Andrew Hill - Ode To Von 04:29. Andrew Hill - Not So 06:26. Andrew Hill: best 2 tracks. Andrew Hill - For Emilio Time Lines, 2006 09:38. Andrew Hill - Ode To Von Smoke Stack, 2006 04:29.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Smokestack Andrew Hill Andrew Hill 5:00
2 Day After Andrew Hill Andrew Hill 5:10
3 Wailing Wall Andrew Hill Andrew Hill 5:45
4 Ode to Von Andrew Hill Andrew Hill 4:30
5 Not So Andrew Hill Andrew Hill 6:25
6 Verne Andrew Hill Andrew Hill 5:45
7 30 Pier Avenue Andrew Hill Andrew Hill 7:05
8 Smokestack Andrew Hill Andrew Hill 4:45
9 Day After Andrew Hill Andrew Hill 4:47
10 Ode to Von Andrew Hill Andrew Hill 5:27
11 Not So Andrew Hill Andrew Hill 6:28

Andrew Hill - Smoke Stack album download

Performer: Andrew Hill

Title: Smoke Stack

Recording date: December 13, 1963

Duration: 01:01:07

Style: Post-Bop,Avant-Garde Jazz,Jazz Instrument,Piano Jazz

Recording location: New York, NY

Genre: Jazz

Size MP3: 1184 mb

Size FLAC: 1552 mb

Rating: 4.7 / 5

Votes: 152

Other Formats: VQF DTS AAC AHX MOD VOC

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Sporting an unusual line-up of piano, drums and two basses, "Smoke Stack", Andrew Hill's third album as leader, continues Hill's tendency to create exploratory music that doesn't neatly conform to any one particular genre. Comprised entirely of Hill originals that are much less tightly structured and more brooding in tone than those on its predecessor "Black Fire", the serpentine and very improvisational feeling music found here comes off more like a series of loosely sketched tone poems than it does conventionally structured compositions, a seemingly academic attempt at incorporating the spontaneity of free jazz into his music, a concept that he would execute with greater fluidity on the following year's "Point of Departure", but which at times seems to lack cohesiveness here. However "Verne", a haunting, delicate ballad, is a stand-out track, as is the subtly blues-tinged "30 Pier Avenue", and thanks to Hill's gift for creating highly evocative passages that grab the listener with their combination of emotional depth and tonal complexity, there are moments of brilliance scattered throughout the rest of the tracks, while the texturally rich rhythmic palette of Haynes' drumming and the interplay between the two basses is definitely worthy of the listeners attention, even if it often feels as if Hill is moving on too quickly from some of the truly interesting melodic themes that he comes across instead of fleshing them out more fully. There's a lot of great ideas here, just not enough expanding upon them, but listener's who enjoy Hill's singular style and unique vision will likely be interested in hearing them anyway.
Ť.ħ.ê_Ĉ.õ.о.Ł
Sporting an unusual line-up of piano, drums and two basses, "Smoke Stack", Andrew Hill's third album as leader, continues Hill's tendency to create exploratory music that doesn't neatly conform to any one particular genre. Comprised entirely of Hill originals that are much less tightly structured and more brooding in tone than those on its predecessor "Black Fire", the serpentine and very improvisational feeling music found here comes off more like a series of loosely sketched tone poems than it does conventionally structured compositions, a seemingly academic attempt at incorporating the spontaneity of free jazz into his music, a concept that he would execute with greater fluidity on the following year's "Point of Departure", but which at times seems to lack cohesiveness here. However "Verne", a haunting, delicate ballad, is a stand-out track, as is the subtly blues-tinged "30 Pier Avenue", and thanks to Hill's gift for creating highly evocative passages that grab the listener with their combination of emotional depth and tonal complexity, there are moments of brilliance scattered throughout the rest of the tracks, while the texturally rich rhythmic palette of Haynes' drumming and the interplay between the two basses is definitely worthy of the listeners attention, even if it often feels as if Hill is moving on too quickly from some of the truly interesting melodic themes that he comes across instead of fleshing them out more fully. There's a lot of great ideas here, just not enough expanding upon them, but listener's who enjoy Hill's singular style and unique vision will likely be interested in hearing them anyway.