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Memories

Sadik Hakim

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1.1
My Ship
Sadik Hakim
5:31
1.2
Francyne
Sadik Hakim
6:07
1.3
Liliane
Sadik Hakim
4:44
1.4
Yuko
Sadik Hakim
2:17
1.5
Judy
Sadik Hakim
3:02
1.6
No Sue At All
Sadik Hakim
3:20
1.7
Liane
Sadik Hakim
2:29
1.8
Luscious Thing
Sadik Hakim
3:15
1.9
Pandora's Box
Sadik Hakim
2:23
1.10
Just One
Sadik Hakim
2:33
1.11
Ruby My Dear
Sadik Hakim
3:01
1.12
Now's The Time
Sadik Hakim
3:14
1.13
Body And Soul (Bonus Track)
Sadik Hakim
4:31
1.14
Dancing In The Dark (Bonus Track)
Sadik Hakim
3:59
Total Playing Time    50:26
"[Hakim] had a particularly unusual boppish style in the '40s, playing dissonant lines, using repetition to build suspense, and certainly standing out from the many Bud Powell impressionists..."
- Scott Yanow (Jazz Critic/Historian)

American jazz pianist and composer Sadik Hakim releases Memories, one of several albums he produced on the Progressive Label while based in New York Ctiy in the 70s. The release mainly consists of original tracks by Hakim, alongside several American Songbook standards.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Progressive Studio Masters

Tracks 1-14 – 48 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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