Hello There, Universe
Download links and information about Hello There, Universe by Mose Allison. This album was released in 1969 and it belongs to Jazz genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 36:19 minutes.
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|1.||Somebody Gotta Move||2:17|
|2.||Monster of the ID||4:58|
|3.||I Don't Want Much||2:39|
|4.||Hello There, Universe||3:49|
|6.||Wild Man On the Loose||2:27|
|7.||Blues In the Night||4:52|
|9.||Hymn to Everything||6:23|
|10.||On the Run||2:18|
This obscure Mose Allison LP has the pianist/singer/lyricist using a larger band than usual, an octet with Richard Williams and Jimmy Nottingham on trumpets, altoist Jerome Richardson, either Joe Henderson or Joe Farrell on tenor, Pepper Adams or Seldon Powell on baritone, Bob Cranshaw and John Williams on bass, and drummer Joe Cucuzzo. The truth is, most of the other musicians are really not needed, for their solos take away from Allison's vocals and piano solos. Allison (who also plays a bit of organ) contributed nine of the ten songs on the album (all but "Blues in the Night"), best known of which are "Hello There, Universe" and "Wild Man on the Loose," although there are no hits or future standards included. This album, therefore, is a gap-filler rather than an essential recording.