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Dick Hindman | Once I Loved (Re-issue)

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Once I Loved (Re-issue)

by Dick Hindman

Jazz Piano Trio
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Paulo
5:26 album only
2. The Man I Love
7:18 album only
3. Once I Loved
7:27 album only
4. Israel
5:37 album only
5. Dolphin Dance
6:48 album only
6. Cry Me A River
7:16 album only
7. Secret Garden
5:13 album only
8. Bird Dog Blues
4:30 album only
9. How Deep Is the Ocean
9:57 album only
10. Tennessee Waltz
5:15 album only
11. I Love You (Bonus Track)
5:16 album only


Album Notes
This new re-issue of Dick Hindman and his trio on the 1995 CD ONCE I LOVED features several changes. First, the piano solo introductions for "The Man I Love" and "Cry Me A River", which were deleted on the original recording, have been restored on this new CD. In addition,there is a bonus track of Cole Porter's "I Love You." Finally, the entire project has been digitally remastered by the original mastering engineer, Paul Stubblebine. The result is a CD which jazz piano trio aficionados will find well worth owning.

Hindman is joined on the record by Seward McCain on bass and the late Scott Morris on drums. There is a feeling of intimacy and confidence here, rare in jazz today, born of years of playing together. The result is a relaxed groove which frequently erupts into explosively jubilant playing from all three musicians.

Featured are three originals from Dick Hindman — the rollicking PAULO with its ebullient Latin feel, a thoughtful ballad entitled SECRET GARDEN, and the country/jazz amalgam of BIRD DOG BLUES. Herbie Hancock's DOLPHIN DANCE makes a strong appearance too, as well as John Carisi's ISRAEL (long associated with pianist Bill Evans). Hindman's love of Brazilian music is represented here with the luscious and languid ONCE I LOVED, the title song of the CD. The rest of the tunes are standards from the great American Songbook, including a particularly poignant reading of HOW DEEP IS THE OCEAN and a down-home, nostalgic piano solo version of THE TENNESSEE WALTZ.

The recording concludes joyously with an up-tempo rendition of I LOVE YOU, heightened by a drum solo from Scott Morris. This is a very satisfying outing by all three musicians.



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Pat P. Cormick

Once I Loved
Anything recorded by Dick Hindman is most worthy of being heard. He's a master of his art, deserves far more recognition and exposure. Every serious jazz fan should collect any product he has recorded. If you feel he is outstanding listening to his CDs, catch him live for an extraordinary experience.