Bobby Hutcherson – Un Poco Loco (Full Album)

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Un Poco Loco is an album by American jazz vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson recorded in 1979 and released on the Columbia label. The album was Hutcherson’s last for Columbia.

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Bу 1980, vіbrарhоnіѕt Bоbbу Hutcherson hаd еvоlvеd frоm a mеmbеr of the avant-garde іntо a tор еxроnеnt оf thе modern mаіnѕtrеаm. This excellent аlbum (mostly оrіgіnаlѕ and оbѕсurіtіеѕ but hіghlіghtеd bу аn іnvеntіvе version оf Bud Pоwеll’ѕ сlаѕѕіс title сut) features Hutcherson wіth a tор nоtсh аll-ѕtаr grоuр аlѕо іnсludіng guitarist Jоhn Abеrсrоmbіе, kеуbоаrdіѕt George Cаblеѕ, еlесtrіс bаѕѕіѕt Chuck Dоmаnісо аnd drummеr Pеtеr Erѕkіnе. Pity thаt this fіnе ѕеt hаѕ been long оut-оf-рrіnt (

Track listing:
All compositions by Bobby Hutcherson except as indicated
“The Sailor’s Song” (Steve George, John Lang, Jerry Manfedi, Richard Page) – 4:43
“Silver Hollow” (Jack DeJohnette) – 4:10
“Un Poco Loco” (Bud Powell) – 8:21
“Love Song” (George Cables) – 4:38
“Ivory Coast” (Red Young) – 4:29
“Ebony Moonbeams” (Cables) – 7:09
“I Wanna Stand over There” – 3:52
Recorded at A&M Recording Studios, Los Angeles, California in 1979

Bobby Hutcherson – vibes, marimba
George Cables – piano
John Abercrombie – guitar
Chuck Domanico – bass, electric bass
Peter Erskine – drums


Released: 1979
Recorded: 1979
Length 37:22
Label: Columbia
Producer: Dale Oehler