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Arigato

Hank Jones Trio

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Arigato is an album by pianist Hank Jones and his Jazz Trio. It was recorded in 1976 with Producer Gus P. Statiras for the Progressive label. The album has been remastered and released by 2xHD and Jazzology Records.

Hank Jones has a reputation for being one of the most flexible and dynamic piano players of the Jazz genre. His playing on Arigato is a fantastic example of such and gives the listener insight into Jones’ unparalleled talent.

Appearances by Ronnie Bedford on the drums, and Richard Davis on bass round out this fantastic 1976 recording.


Hank Jones, Piano
Ronnie Bedford, Drums
Richard Davis, Bass

Tracklist

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1.
Allen's Alley
04:50
2.
I'm Old Fashioned
05:06
3.
Night Sadness (Notte Trieste)
06:23
4.
Arigato
02:51
5.
Majorca
06:51
6.
What Am I Here for?
04:59
7.
Medley: The Bad and the Beautiful but Beautiful you Are Too Beautiful
06:09
8.
Gerry's Blues
05:08

Total time: 00:42:17

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2XHDJA1154

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2xHD Mastering Engineer

Rene Laflamme – Analog to Digital Transfer

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Original Recording Format

Producer

Gus P. Statiras

Recording Engineer

Fred Miller

Recording Location

Downtown Sound Studio in New York City, NY on October 28, 2976

Release DateMay 31, 2024

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