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Total Eclipse

Bobby Hutcherson

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1
Herzog
Bobby Hutcherson
6:35
2
Total Eclipse
Bobby Hutcherson
8:54
3
Matrix
Bobby Hutcherson
6:46
4
Same Shame
Bobby Hutcherson
9:28
5
Pompeian
Bobby Hutcherson
8:52
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    40:35
"This album again demonstrates that Bobby Hutcherson is not merely a reflector but an explorer, a modifyer whose relentless and patient efforts toward artistic perfection will make it impossible for his place in the generation of vibes to ever be eclipsed."
- Herb Wong

Total Eclipse, Bobby Hutcherson's 1968 album, is the starting point of a rich collaboration with saxophonist Harold Land.The album features Joe Chambers on drums and Chick Corea on keyboards. The Hutcherson-Land partnership would go on throughout the 1970s and result in several more albums.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Blue Note Studio Masters

Cover Design by Forlenza Venosa Associates.
Cover Photo by Fred Seligo.

Recording by George Sawtelle (Plaza Sound Studio).
Mastered by Bernie Grundman, 2012.

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