At the Hickory House

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At the Hickory House
Live album by Jutta Hipp
Released 1956
Recorded April 5, 1956
Genre Jazz
Length 87:51
Label Blue Note
Producer Alfred Lion
Jutta Hipp chronology
Jutta Hipp
(1954)
At the Hickory House
(1956)
Jutta Hipp with Zoot Sims
(1956)

At the Hickory House is a two volume live album by German-born jazz pianist Jutta Hipp featuring performances recorded in 1956 and released on the Blue Note label as BLP 1515 and BLP 1516.[1]

Reception[edit]

The Allmusic review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine awarded the albums 4 stars stating "At the Hickory House is a thoroughly appealing collection of lightly swinging small-combo jazz that draws equally from hard bop and soul-jazz".[2]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[2]

Track listing[edit]

Volume 1
  1. "Take Me in Your Arms" (Fred Markush) - 4:54
  2. "Dear Old Stockholm" (Traditional) - 4:44
  3. "Billie's Bounce" (Charlie Parker) - 4:06
  4. "I'll Remember April" (Gene de Paul, Patricia Johnston, Don Raye) - 3:52
  5. "Lady Bird" (Tadd Dameron) - 3:52
  6. "Mad About the Boy" (Noël Coward) - 3:47
  7. "Ain't Misbehavin'" (Harry Brooks, Andy Razaf, Fats Waller) - 5:02
  8. "These Foolish Things" (Harry Link, Eric Maschwitz, Jack Strachey) - 3:59
  9. "Jeepers Creepers" (Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren) - 8:46
  10. "The Moon Was Yellow" (Fred E. Ahlert, Edgar Leslie) - 4:54
Volume 2
  1. "Gone With the Wind" (Herb Magidson, Allie Wrubel) - 4:50
  2. "After Hours" (Avery Parrish) - 4:40
  3. "The Squirrel" (Dameron) - 3:46
  4. "We'll Be Together Again" (Carl Fischer, Frankie Laine) - 3:15
  5. "Horacio" (Jutta Hipp) - 3:20
  6. "I Married an Angel" (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers) - 4:24
  7. "Moonlight in Vermont" (John Blackburn, Karl Suessdorf) - 3:24
  8. "Star Eyes" (Gene de Paul, Don Raye) - 4:01
  9. "If I Had You" Irving King, Ted Shapiro) - 3:54
  10. "My Heart Stood Still (Hart, Rogers) - 4:21
    • Recorded at the Hickory House in New York City on April 5, 1956

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Blue Note discography accessed January 7, 2011
  2. ^ a b Stephen Thomas Erlewine, S.T. Allmusic Review accessed January 7, 2011