Hipnosis (Jackie McLean album)

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Hipnosis
Studio album by Jackie McLean
Released 1978
Recorded June 14, 1962 (#1-6)
February 3, 1967 (#7-11)
Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs
Genre Jazz
Length 38:35 Japanese issue
80:10 US issue
Label Blue Note
BN-LA 483-H2
Producer Alfred Lion
Jackie McLean chronology
Dr Jackle
(1966)
Hipnosis
(1967)
New and Old Gospel
(1967)
1978 Japanese LP
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Hipnosis is a studio album by saxophonist Jackie McLean, featuring selections recorded for Blue Note Records in the 1960s, but not released until 1978.[2] The album was released in the US as a two-fer (BN-LA 483-H2), which included five tracks from a 1967 session, plus six tracks recorded in 1962 later appeared on the CD reissue of Vertigo (see #6-11). In Japan, it was released the same year as a standard LP (ST-83022) with a different cover, featuring only the 1967 tracks.

Track listing[edit]

Japanese release

  1. "Hipnosis" (Moncur III) - 11:19
  2. "Slow Poke" (McLean) - 7:49
  3. "The Breakout" (McLean) - 6:29
  4. "Back Home" (Moncur III) - 6:05
  5. "The Reason Why" (LaMont Johnson) - 6:53

US release

  1. "The Three Minors" (McLean) - 6:05
  2. "Blues in a Jiff" (Clark) - 7:12
  3. "Blues for Jackie" (Kenny Dorham) - 7:53
  4. "Marilyn's Dilemma" (Billy Higgins) - 5:03
  5. "Iddy Bitty" (McLean) - 8:17
  6. "The Way I Feel" (Butch Warren) - 7:05
  7. "Hipnosis" (Moncur III) - 11:19
  8. "Slow Poke" (McLean) - 7:49
  9. "The Breakout" (McLean) - 6:29
  10. "Back Home" (Moncur III) - 6:05
  11. "The Reason Why" (LaMont Johnson) - 6:53

Recorded on June 14, 1962 (#1-6) and February 3, 1967 (#7-11).

Personnel[edit]

Tracks 1-6

Tracks 7-11

References[edit]