|Hammer, Tardo Trio / Swinging On A Star|
|Album:||Swinging On A Star||Collection:||Jazz|
|Artist:||Hammer, Tardo Trio||Added:||Aug 2017|
|Add Date:||2017-08-31||Pull Date:||2017-11-02||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||Oct 29||Oct 22||Oct 15||Oct 1||Sep 17||Sep 10||Sep 3|
|1.||Oct 11, 2022:||No Cover, No Minimum (rebroadcast from Oct 26, 2017) |
|4.||Oct 26, 2017:||No Cover, No Minimum |
|2.||Sep 27, 2022:||No Cover, No Minimum (rebroadcast from Aug 31, 2017) |
Little Willie Leaps
|5.||Oct 17, 2017:||Clean Copper Radio & Hot Talk |
|3.||Nov 03, 2017:||Clean Copper Radio |
|6.||Oct 14, 2017:||Music Casserole |
Sambo Do Brilho
Straight-up small club jazz by noted New York sideman, Tardo Hammer on piano. With Lee Hudson on bass and Steve Williams on drums, this is a collection of tight arrangements and solid playing of jazz standards. Nothing earth shattering, but there’s a nice rapport between the trio and every track is well done.|
*1. Bright mid/upbeat with fast flourishes of piano. Nice.
2. Relaxed but swinging, good solos with a hint of samba.
3. Mid/up blend, nicely subtle with good bass solos.
*4. Fast jazz samba w/ nicely effortless sound from all.
5. Gentle and spare ballad, with a quiet & wistful air.
*6. Tripping fast with bright energy.
*7. Mostly midtempo take on a old chestnut. Nice.
8. Quiet, slow, and melodic w/some light flourishes.
9. Drums lead into quirky mid/upbeat Monk tune.
|1.||Gone||5.||How Are Things In Glocca Morra|
|2.||Numero Uno||6.||Little Willie Leaps|
|3.||Swinging On A Star||7.||I Found A Million Dollar Baby|
|4.||Sambo Do Brilho||8.||Ballad For Very Tired And Sad Lotus Eaters|