African American, Billy Childs, Carl Burnett, Columbia Records, Freddie Hubbard, George Duke, Hadley Caliman, Jazz, Larry Klein, Trumpet
Freddie Hubbard -||- SKAGLY –Mp3– [Columbia Records, 1980 | Review]
Perhaps, like a lot of you, the eighties were a transition point musically and thankfully, my taste matured significantly and began to evolve beyond the dreadful late seventies “disco” era.
On this occasion, I have the pleasure to review the esteemed and legendary trumpeter Freddie Hubbard who began his career in the late fifties and early sixties with brothers Wes and Monk Montgomery. One of the most distinguish moments of his career are based around his Blue Note recording days. They’re probably his best, they say, at least from a jazz purists perspective. However, for those of us who aren’t as deep have a diverse platter and believes that some of Freddie’s contemporary recordings are of importance as well.