℗ 2014 Bethlehem Records
Duration 41m 09s
Record Label Bethlehem Records
Catalogue No. BCP81
Release Date January 28, 2014
Genre Jazz
 

Love, Gloom, Cash, Love (Original Recording Remastered 2013)

Herbie Nichols

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1.1
Too Close For Comfort
Herbie Nichols; George Duvivier; Dannie Richmond
4:50
1.2
Every Cloud
Herbie Nichols; George Duvivier; Dannie Richmond
3:55
1.3
Argumentative
Herbie Nichols; George Duvivier; Dannie Richmond
3:40
1.4
Love, Gloom, Cash, Love
Herbie Nichols; George Duvivier; Dannie Richmond
4:21
1.5
Portrait Of Ucha
Herbie Nichols; George Duvivier; Dannie Richmond
3:48
1.6
Beyond Recall
Herbie Nichols; George Duvivier; Dannie Richmond
4:36
1.7
All The Way
Herbie Nichols; George Duvivier; Dannie Richmond
4:28
1.8
45' Angle
Herbie Nichols; George Duvivier; Dannie Richmond
2:45
1.9
Infatuation Eyes
Herbie Nichols
4:06
1.10
S'Crazy Pad
Herbie Nichols; George Duvivier; Dannie Richmond
4:40
Duration    41m 09s
"Nichols's unique approaches to melody, rhythm, and harmony dominate as always." - Jazz.com Love, Gloom, Cash, Love was the final album American jazz pianist Herbie Nichols recorded as a leader. Released in 1957, just six years before his death at 44 from leukemia, the album's lyrical theme examines the complicated relationship between love and money. Nichols was accompanied by Mingus drummer Dannie Richmond and bassist George Duvivier on the album which includes the standards Too Close for Comfort and All the Way. "For those who only know his earlier Blue Note recordings, or the iconic song he composed, Lady Sings the Blues for Billie Holiday, the Bethlehem date is a revelation. The soothing sophistication of his piano work is rounded out by Mingus drummer Dannie Richmond and bassist George Duvivier to create the challenging, provocative and magical wonderland that is Nichols’ vision of jazz. The melodies are complex; the rhythms subdued." - KMHD Jazz Radio
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Bethlehem Records Studio Masters

Remastering: John Sigmon Transfer Engineers: Alex Nappi, Dana Pendersen

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