Hugh Lawson Trio
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||The Highest Mountain||Ben Riley, Bob Cranshaw & Hugh Lawson||4:49||1,49 лв||View in iTunes|
||Blue Bones||Ben Riley, Bob Cranshaw & Hugh Lawson||5:13||1,49 лв||View in iTunes|
||The Need to Smile||Ben Riley, Bob Cranshaw & Hugh Lawson||4:51||1,49 лв||View in iTunes|
||The Duke Ellington Sound of Love||Ben Riley, Bob Cranshaw & Hugh Lawson||5:12||1,49 лв||View in iTunes|
||Rip-Off||Ben Riley, Bob Cranshaw & Hugh Lawson||6:40||1,49 лв||View in iTunes|
||I Fall In Love Too Easily||Ben Riley, Bob Cranshaw & Hugh Lawson||8:43||1,49 лв||View in iTunes|
||I'll Keep Loving You||Ben Riley, Bob Cranshaw & Hugh Lawson||2:18||1,49 лв||View in iTunes|
||Make Me Rainbows||Ben Riley, Bob Cranshaw & Hugh Lawson||6:08||1,49 лв||View in iTunes|
||Falling for You||Ben Riley, Bob Cranshaw & Hugh Lawson||11:17||Album Only||View in iTunes|
||The Highest Mountain||Ben Riley, Bob Cranshaw & Hugh Lawson||4:48||1,49 лв||View in iTunes|
||The Need to Smile||Ben Riley, Bob Cranshaw & Hugh Lawson||4:42||1,49 лв||View in iTunes|
Pianist Hugh Lawson was 42 when he had his first opportunity to record as a leader. One of the many great pianists who emigrated from Detroit, Lawson spent most of his career overshadowed, but he was an excellent hard bop-based player. Teamed with bassist Bob Cranshaw (heard on acoustic for a change) and drummer Ben Riley, Lawson performs two originals, a few obscurities, Clifford Jordan's "The Highest Mountain," Charles Mingus' "Duke Ellington's Sound of Love," "I Fall In Love Too Easily" and a brief rendition of Bud Powell's "I'll Keep Loving You." A fine straight-ahead effort.
Born: 12 March 1935 in Detroit, MI
Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s