Max Roach Trio, The Featuring Legendary Hasaan, The - The Max Roach Trio Featuring The Legendary Hasaan FLAC album
Pianist Hasaan Ibn Ali only made one recording in his life, this trio set with drummer Max Roach and bassist Art Davis.
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The Max Roach Trio Featuring the Legendary Hasaan is an album by American jazz drummer Max Roach, featuring pianist Hasaan Ibn Ali, recorded in 1964 and released on the Atlantic label. The album represents the sole recording of Hasaan Ibn Ali that was ever released.
Pianist Hasaan Ibn Ali only made one recording in his life, this trio set with drummer Max Roach and bassist Art Davis. A very advanced player whose style fell somewhere between Thelonious Monk and Cecil Taylor (with hints of Herbie Nichols), Hasaan actually had a rather original sound. His performances on his seven originals here are intense, somewhat virtuosic and rhythmic, yet often melodic in a quirky way. This is a classic of its kind, and it's a tragedy that Hasaan would not record again and would soon sink back into obscurity.
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The first album Roach recorded after their deaths was Max Roach + 4. After Brown and Powell's deaths, Roach continued leading a similarly configured group, with Kenny Dorham (and later Booker Little) on trumpet, George Coleman on tenor, and pianist Ray Bryant. Roach expanded the standard form of hard bop using 3/4 waltz rhythms and modality in 1957 with his album Jazz in 3/4 Time In 1955, he played drums for vocalist Dinah Washington at several live ap. .1964 : The Max Roach Trio Featuring the Legendary Hasaan (Atlantic) – with Hasaan Ibn Ali. 1966 : Drums Unlimited (Atlantic). 1968 : Members, Don't Git Weary (Atlantic).
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