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     Freddie Hubbard
 
 

Real name: Frederick Dewayne Hubbard
Born: Apr 7, 1938 in Indianapolis, IN
Died: December 29, 2008
Genres: Jazz
Styles: Hard Bop, Post-Bop, Fusion, Jazz-Funk
Instruments: Flugelhorn, Trumpet

One of the great jazz trumpeters of all time, Freddie Hubbard formed his sound out of the Clifford Brown/Lee Morgan tradition and by the early '70s was immediately distinctive and the pacesetter in jazz. However a string of blatantly commercial albums later in the decade damaged his reputation and, just when Hubbard in the early '90s (with the deaths of Dizzy Gillespie and Miles Davis) seemed perfectly suited for the role of veteran master, his chops started causing him serious troubles.

Born and raised in Indianapolis, Hubbard played early on with Wes and Monk Montgomery. He moved to New York in 1958, roomed with Eric Dolphy (with whom he recorded in 1960) and was in the groups of Philly Joe Jones (1958-59), Sonny Rollins, Slide Hampton and J.J. Johnson before touring Europe with Quincy Jones (1960-61). He recorded with John Coltrane, participated in Ornette Coleman's Free Jazz (1960), was on Oliver Nelson's classic Blues and the Abstract Truth album (highlighted by "Stolen Moments") and started recording as a leader for Blue Note that same year. Hubbard gained fame playing with Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers (1961-64) next to Wayne Shorter and Curtis Fuller. He recorded Ascension with Coltrane (1965), Out to Lunch (1964) with Eric Dolphy and Maiden Voyage with Herbie Hancock and, after a period with Max Roach (1965-66), he led his own quintet which at the time usually featured altoist James Spaulding. A blazing trumpeter with a beautiful tone on flugelhorn, Hubbard fared well in freer settings but was always essentially a hard bop stylist.

In 1970 Freddie Hubbard recorded two of his finest albums (Red Clay and Straight Life) for CTI. The follow-up, First Light (1971), was actually his most popular date, featuring Don Sebesky arrangements. But after the glory of the CTI years (during which producer Creed Taylor did an expert job of balancing the artistic with the accessible), Hubbard made the mistake of signing with Columbia and recording one dud after another; Windjammer (1976) and Splash (a slightly later effort for Fantasy) are lowpoints. However in 1977 he toured with Herbie Hancock's acoustic V.S.O.P. Quintet and in the 1980s on recordings for Pablo, Blue Note and Atlantic he showed that he could reach his former heights (even if much of the jazz world had given up on him). But by the late '80s Hubbard's "personal problems" and increasing unreliability (not showing up for gigs) started to really hurt him and a few years later his once-mighty technique started to seriously falter. Whether Freddie Hubbard will ever make a serious comeback is open to question but his fans can certainly enjoy his many recordings for Blue Note, Impulse, Atlantic, CTI, Pablo and his first Music Masters sets.

- Scott Yanow (All Music Guide)


Ресурсы сети, связанные с исполнителем:
musicians.allaboutjazz.com/musician.php?id=7801 Biography & articles on 'All About Jazz'
www.jazznetwork.com/hubbard.html Biography, news, live, links
members.aol.com/jaz206/profiles/hubbard.html Biography, works
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freddie_Hubbard About from 'wikipedia'
www.duke.edu/~mfs3/hubbard.html UnOfficial website. Biography, news, live, links [mobile]
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freddie_Hubbard About from 'wapedia.mobi' [mobile]
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CD коллекции, связанные с исполнителем:
  как основной исполнитель ...
 Freddie Hubbard - 'A Soul Experiment' - 1969, Atlantic, Warner Jazz
 Freddie Hubbard - 'All Blues' - 1995, Ars Nova, Jazz World
 Freddie Hubbard - 'Born To Be Blue' - 1982, Limit Edition, Fantasy
 Freddie Hubbard - 'First Light' - 1989, CTI Records
 Freddie Hubbard - 'Hub-Tones' - 1962, Blue Note
 Freddie Hubbard - 'Live In Warsaw' - 2002, Past Perfect
 Freddie Hubbard - 'New Colors' - 2001, Hip Bop
 Freddie Hubbard - 'Outpost' - 1981, Enja
 Freddie Hubbard - 'Ready For Freddie' - 2004, Blue Note, RVG
 Freddie Hubbard - 'Red Clay' - 1970, CBS Records
 Freddie Hubbard - 'Super Blue' - 2007, Mosaic
 Freddie Hubbard - 'Sweet Return' - 1983, Atlantic
  как основной соисполнитель ...
 Eric Dolphy - 'Out To Lunch' - 1964, Blue Note
  как соисполнитель ...
 George Benson - 'California Concert: The Hollywood Palladium' - 1990, CTT, Sony
 George Benson - 'The Other Side Of Abbey Road. Give Me The Night' - 1969, A&M, Warner
 Art Blakey - 'Caravan' - 1962, Riverside, OJC
 Brian Bromberg - 'BASSically Speaking' - 1992, Nova
 Tina Brooks - 'True Blue' - 1960, Blue Note
 Kenny Burrell - 'God Bless The Child' - 1971, CTI Records, Columbia
 George Cables - 'Cable's Vision' - 1979, OJC
 Paul Chambers - 'Go' - 1959, Fresh Sound, JVC
 Stanley Clarke - 'I Wanna Play For You' - 1979, Epic
 Stanley Clarke - 'If This Bass Could Only Talk' - 1988, Portrait
 John Coltrane - 'Ascension' - 1965, Impulse!
 John Coltrane - 'Ole Coltrane' - 1961, Atlantic
 John Coltrane - 'Standards' - 2001, Impulse!
 John Coltrane - 'Stardust' - 1997, OJC
 John Coltrane - 'The Believer' - 1964, OJC
 Eric Dolphy - 'Here And There' - 1991, OJC, Prestige
 Eric Dolphy - 'Outward Bound' - 1992, New Jazz, OJC
 Lou Donaldson - 'Lush Life' - 1967, JCT, Blue Note
 Kenny Drew - 'Undercurrent' - 1960, Blue Note
 Booker Ervin - 'Booker 'N' Brass' - 1967, Pacific Jazz, Blue Note
 Bill Evans - 'Interplay Sessions' - 1962, Riverside, OJC
 Joe Farrell - 'Sonic Text' - 1979, Original Jazz Classics
 Benny Golson - 'Free' - 1962, Chess
 Dexter Gordon - 'Ballads' - 1961, Blue Note
 Herbie Hancock - 'Maiden Voyage. Speak Like A Child' - Blue Note
 Herbie Hancock - 'Takin' Off. Empyrean Isles' - Blue Note, Galactic
 Jimmy Heath - 'The Quota' - 1961, Riverside, OJC
 Jimmy Heath - 'Triple Threat' - 1998, Jvc Victor, OJC
 Joe Henderson - 'Big Band' - 1992, Verve
 Andrew Hill - 'Pax' - 2006, Blue Note
 Bobby Hutcherson - 'Components' - 1965, Blue Note
 Bobby Hutcherson - 'The Best Of The Blue Note Years' - 2001, Blue Note
 Al Jarreau - 'Jarreau. All Fly Home' - Warner Bros., Ars Nova
 J.J. Johnson - 'J.J. Inc' - 1960, Columbia, Legacy
 Quincy Jones - 'Gula Matari' - 1970, A&M, IMS
 Quincy Jones - 'I Never Told You' - Universal
 Quincy Jones - 'Smackwater Jack' - 1971, A&M
 Quincy Jones - 'The Great Wide World Of Quincy Jones (The Studio & Live Sessions)' - 2009, Lone Hill Jazz
 Quincy Jones - 'The Pawnbroker. The Deadley Affair' - 1967, Verve
 Quincy Jones - 'Walking In Space' - 1969, Polygram
 Chaka Khan - 'Echoes Of An Era' - 1982, Rhino
 Scott LaFaro - 'The Alchemy Of Scott La Faro' - 1995, Giants Of Jazz
 Kirk Lightsey - 'Temptation' - 1990, Timeless
 Jackie McLean - 'Bluesnik' - 1989, Blue Note
 Claus Ogerman - 'A Man And His Music' - 2004, Verve
 Cecil Payne - 'Cerupa' - 1995, Delmark
 Duke Pearson - 'Sweet Honey Bee' - 1966, Blue Note
 Dianne Reeves - 'Dianne Reeves' - 1991, EMI, Galactic
 Sam Rivers - 'Contours' - 2004, Blue Note
 Sonny Rollins - 'East Broadway Run Down' - 1966, Impulse!
 Wayne Shorter - 'Etcetera. The All Seeing Eye. Adam's Apple' - 1965, Blue Note
 Wayne Shorter - 'Speak No Evil' - 1964, Blue Note
 Wayne Shorter - 'Wayning Moments' - 1962, Vee-Jay
 Stanley Turrentine - 'La Place' - 1989, Blue Note
 Stanley Turrentine - 'More Than A Mood' - 1992, Music Masters
 Stanley Turrentine - 'Sugar' - 1970, Prospekt, CTI Records
 V.S.O.P. - 'Live Under The Sky' - 1981, Tristar, Sony
 V.S.O.P. - 'The Quintet' - 1977, Tristar
 Various Artists - 'Round Midnight' - 2002, Columbia
 Randy Waldman - 'Wigged Out' - 1998, Whirlybird Records
 Alexander Zonjic - 'Doin' The D' - 2009, Heads Up
 


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