Hilary Noble Discography of CDs
||Enclave CD (2005) |
Hilary Noble music CDs On their eight originals and a reworking of the standard "You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To," saxophonist Hilary Noble and his co-leader pianist Rebecca Cline perform a stirring blend of Afro-Cuban jazz and passionate post-bop jazz. Noble is a particularly outstanding soloist, able to improvise with great intensity but also melodic warmth at times, whether on tenor, soprano, alto, or flute. Rebecca Cline is just as versatile, taking "Eleven Ruminations" and in other spots showing what she has learned from Gonzalo Rubalcaba and the other great Cuban pianists. Bassist Fernando Huergo and drummer Steve Langone provide stirring support and musical commentary. Whether straight-ahead, Latin, avant-garde, or world music, these performances always hold one's interest, making Enclave a highly recommended example of modern 21st century jazz. ~ Scott Yanow
Liner Note Authors: Hilary Noble; Rebecca Cline.
Recording information: Face The Music Recording (02/2004-07/2004); PBS Studios, Westwood, MA (02/2004-07/2004).
Editors: Hilary Noble; Rebecca Cline; Andy McWain.
Personnel: Hilary Noble (flute, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, snare drum, congas, claves, cowbells, cymbals, djembe, shekere); Hilary Noble (percussion); Rebecca Cline (piano); Fernando Huergo (electric bass); Steve Langone (drums).
Audio Mixers: Hilary Noble; Rebecca Cline; Andy McWain.
||Noble Savage CD (2002) |
Hilary Noble discography In many cases, the term Latin jazz is used to describe a marriage of bop and Afro-Cuban rhythms. Heavyweights like Cal Tjader, Dizzy Gillespie, Tito Puente, and Machito mastered bop changes, and they were experts when it came to son, cha-cha, mambo, and other rhythms that came out of Cuba. But here's the thing: Latin jazz doesn't have to mean bop any more than it has to mean Afro-Cuban. On Noble Savage, saxman/percussionist Hilary Noble provides acoustic jazz that has one foot in post-bop (as opposed to hard bop or bebop) and the other in Latin rhythms. Noble likes to call his approach "Latin free jazz," but a better description of this CD would be "Latin post-bop" -- truth be told, ...
||David Gurland (2005) |
Hilary Noble CD discography Recorded at Signature Sounds Recording Studios, Palmer, Massachusetts in February, April, and September, 1998.
Personnel: Marc Ciprut (acoustic guitar); Jonathan Smith (accordion, piano, tambourine); Matt Hong (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone); Hilary Noble (percussion).
Liner Note Authors: Barbara Siegel; Scott Siegel.
Recording information: Passport Recording Studios; NY (??/1997/02/1998); Signature SZOunds Recording Stu (??/1997/02/1998).
Photographer: Steve Vaccariello.
Personnel: David Gurland (vocals); Marc Ciprut (acoustic & electric guitars); Gregory Snedeker (cello); Jonathan Smith (accordion, piano, Hammond organ, tambourine); Matt Hong (alto & tenor saxophones, percussion); David Ambrosio (bass); Peter Retzlaff (drums); Hilary Noble (percussion).
||All One CD (1994) |
Hilary Noble albums This band creates a solid groove and a radio-friendly sound that falls somewhere between War and Hootie and the Blowfish. While their lyrics are rather facile, the group obviously enjoys playing together, favoring Caribbean and reggae styles. The opening track, "Letter to the World," is a standout anthem for environmentalism, which gives you an idea of where the band is coming from (if you couldn't tell by the album title). ~ Tim Sheridan
Recording information: Rear Window Studios, Brookline, MA.
Personnel: Brian Alex (vocals, guitar, background vocals); Ned Nugent (vocals, background vocals); Klem Klimek (accordion, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, background vocals); Brian Maes (accordion, keyboards); Hilary Noble (soprano saxophone, congas, percussion); Dave Wilezeski (soprano saxophone); Garret Savluk (trumpet); Sam Holmstock (trombone, congas, djembe); Tom Major (drums, percussion); Anthony J. Resta (programming).
Audio Mixers: David Lefkowitz; Bob St. John .
Hilary Noble Lyrics and Songs
Popular or famous Hilary Noble music songs: Guiro Moderno, Fire Next Time, Eleven Ruminations, Sandunga Mofongo. More music songs Seven Effects Of Highly Habitual People, Rumbanations, Comfort Zone, Rumb'azul, Ile-Olorun, You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To Lyrics, Once Eleven. More music lyrics and songs Sanduga Mofongo, Dream Dance, Relapse, N eurotrash, Viva Freire, Cha-Nando, Dragon Slayer, Dark Nebula, Terra Australis. See All Songs
|Member Name||Worked With|
|Hilary Noble||Entrain, David Gurland|
|John Di Martino||Freddy Cole, Houston Person, Giacomo Gates, Pamela Luss, Janis Siegel, Juan Pablo Torres, Jay Clayton, Mary Foster Conklin, Issac Delgado, JOHN-ROMANTIC JAZZ DI MARTINO|
|Charles Neville||Neville Brothers, Aaron Neville, Kip Hanrahan, Maria Muldaur, Dr. John, Wolf Krakowski, Wild Tchoupitoulas, Film Sndtrk, Ed Frank Quintet|
|Fernando Huergo||Guillermo Klein & Los Guachos, Mika Pohjola, Marta Gomez, Nando Michelin, Theo Bleckmann, Ramona Borthwick, Chayanne, Gilson, Rigmor Gustafsson, Guillermo Klein|
|Boris Kozlov||Alex Sipiagin, Vitaly Golovnev, David Gonzalez, Conrad Herwig, Randy Klein, Anna Lauvergnac, Eugene Maslov, Monday Michiru, Mingus Big Band|
|Steve Langone||Nando Michelin, Shawnn Monteiro, Stellar Jazz Safari, Fernando Huergo, Jinga Quintet, Issi Rozen, Edu Tancredi|
|Andy McWain||Shipyard Wreck|
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