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Artist: Jim Hall
Title: You Are Not Alone Bossa Nova Summer Dreams
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: nagel heyer records
Genre: Jazz / Bossa Nova
Total Time: 77:31 min


01. Samba De Orfeu
02. Chega De Saudade (No More Blues)
03. Serenata
04. Maria
05. Theme From Black Orpheus
06. El Prince
07. Time For Love
08. Curacao Doloroso
09. Insensatez
10. The Night Has A Thousand Eyes
11. Desafinado
12. Rio After Dark
13. Samba Cantina
14. Lalo Bossa Nova
15. I'm Looking Over A Four Leaf Clover
16. Embarcadero
17. Samba Do Perroquet (Parrot Samba)
18. Bossa Antigua
19. A Ship Without A Sail
20. You And Me

A harmonically advanced cool-toned and subtle guitarist, Jim Hall was an inspiration to many guitarists, including some (such as Bill Frisell) who sound nothing like him. Hall attended the Cleveland Institute of Music and studied classical guitar in Los Angeles with Vicente Gómez. He was an original member of the Chico Hamilton Quintet (1955-1956), and during 1956-1959 was with the Jimmy Giuffre Three. After touring with Ella Fitzgerald (1960-1961) and sometimes forming duos with Lee Konitz, Hall was with Sonny Rollins' dynamic quartet in 1961-1962, recording The Bridge. He co-led a quartet with Art Farmer (1962-1964), recorded on an occasional basis with Paul Desmond during 1959-1965 (all of their quartet performances are collected on a Mosaic box set), and then became a New York studio musician. He was mostly a leader during the following years and, in addition to his own projects for World Pacific/Pacific Jazz, MPS, Milestone, CTI, Horizon, Artist House, Concord, MusicMasters, and Telarc, Jim Hall recorded two classic duet albums with Bill Evans. A self-titled collaboration with Pat Metheny followed in 1999. A flurry of studio albums, reissues, and compilations followed throughout the next few years, with the exceptional Jim Hall & Basses standing out for its bass/guitar duet format. Jim Hall died at his apartment in Manhattan on December 10, 2013; he was 83 years old. ~bio by Scott Yanow

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