Johnny Hammond - Higher Ground album download
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|A1||Catch My Soul
Written-By – Jack Good, Tony Joe White
Written-By – Hathaway*, DuBose*, Gershwin*, Hutson*
Written-By – Stevie Wonder
|B2||Big Sur Suite
Alto Saxophone – Hank CrawfordDrums – Jack DeJohnetteWritten-By – Johnny Smith
- Recorded At – Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
- Manufactured By – King Record Co. Ltd
- Produced For – CTI Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Creed Taylor, Inc.
- Alto Flute – Romeo Penque
- Arranged By – Bob James
- Bass – Ron Carter
- Bass Trombone – Alan Raph, Paul Faulise
- Bassoon – Elias Carmen
- Clarinet – Eddie Daniels
- Conductor – Bob James
- Design [Album] – Bob Ciano
- Drums – Steve Gadd
- Engineer – Rudy Van Gelder
- Flugelhorn – Marvin Stamm
- French Horn – Ray Alonge
- Guitar – George Benson
- Keyboards – Bob James
- Oboe – Romeo Penque
- Organ – Johnny Hammond
- Percussion – Phil Kraus, Ralph MacDonald
- Photography By [Cover] – Pete Turner
- Photography By [Liner] – William Cadge
- Producer – Creed Taylor
- Tenor Saxophone – Joe Henderson
- Trombone – Tony Studd, Wayne Andre
- Trumpet – Alan Rubin, John Frosk, Jon Faddis, Marvin Stamm
NotesRecorded at Van Gelder Studios.
Recorded October 31 & November 1, 1973.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Other (Price): ¥2,300
|KU-16||Johnny Hammond||Higher Ground (LP, Album)||Kudu||KU-16||US||1974|
|KQ8 16||Johnny Hammond||Higher Ground (8-Trk, Album, Quad)||Kudu||KQ8 16||US||1974|
|OW 596||Johnny Hammond||Higher Ground (LP, Album)||One Way , CTI Records||OW 596||Brazil||1974|
|KU-16||Johnny Hammond||Higher Ground (LP, Album)||Kudu||KU-16||Canada||1974|
|CTI 9032||Johnny Hammond||Higher Ground (LP, Album, RE)||CTI Records||CTI 9032||France||1985|
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Higher Ground is an album by jazz organist Johnny Hammond recorded for the Kudu label. With Ron Carter, Jack DeJohnette, George Benson, Hank Crawford, Joe Henderson, Bob James, and a large horn section. Johnny Hammond - organ, electric piano Wayne Andre, Tony Studd - trombone Paul Faulise, Alan Raph - bass trombone Jon Faddis, John Frosk, Alan Rubin - trumpet Marvin Stamm - trumpet, flugelhorn Ray Alonge - French horn Joe Henderson - tenor saxophone Hank Crawford - alto saxophone (track 4) Eddie Daniels - clarinet Romeo Penque - alto flute, oboe Eli Carmen - bassoon Bob James - electric piano, organ, mellotron, arranger, conductor George Benson - guitar.