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The New Amazing Chico Hamilton Quintet - Passin' Thru FLAC Album

The New Amazing Chico Hamilton Quintet - Passin' Thru FLAC Album
Hard Bop
  • Performer:
    The New Amazing Chico Hamilton Quintet
  • Title:
    Passin' Thru
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  • Style:
    Hard Bop
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  • Size FLAC version
    2023 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1547 mb
  • Size WMA version
    2429 mb
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    Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo, Gatefold


2Lady Gabor13:15
3Passin' Thru8:16
4The Second Time Around3:11
5Lonesome Child5:41
6El Toro4:39


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AS-29The New Amazing Chico Hamilton Quintet Passin' Thru ‎(LP, Album)Impulse!AS-29US1963
AS-29The New Amazing Chico Hamilton Quintet Passin' Thru ‎(LP, Album, RE)Impulse!, MCA RecordsAS-29US1977
A-29The Chico Hamilton Quintet Passin' Thru ‎(LP, Mono)Sparton Impulse! RecordsA-29Canada1963
A-29The Chico Hamilton Quintet Passin' Thru ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Gat)Impulse!A-29US1963
A-29, AS-29The New Amazing Chico Hamilton Quintet Passin' Thru ‎(LP, Album, RE, Gat)Impulse!, ABC Impulse!A-29, AS-29US1974


  • BassAl Stinson
  • Design [Cover]Flynn
  • Design [Liner]Joe Lebow
  • DrumsChico Hamilton
  • EngineerRudy Van Gelder
  • GuitarGabor Szabo
  • Liner NotesDan Morgenstern
  • Photography By [Cover, Liner]Jim Marshall
  • ProducerBob Thiele
  • Tenor Saxophone, FluteCharles Lloyd
  • TromboneGeorge Bohanon


Side 1 recorded September 18, 1962.
Side 2 recorded September 20, 1962.
Black with Orange Ring Label.
Ⓟ 1972, ABC Records, Inc.


  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): VAN GELDER AS-29.A. STEREO TSM
  • Matrix / Runout: VAN GELDER AS-29.B. STEREO 11-1-71


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – ABC Records, Inc.


Passin' Thru is an album by American jazz drummer Chico Hamilton featuring performances recorded in September 1962 and released in February 1963 on the Impulse label. this was a major band. All compositions by Charles Lloyd except as noted. Passin' Thru CHICO HAMILTON QUINTET 8:19. The Second Time Around CHICO HAMILTON QUINTET 3:16. El Toro CHICO HAMILTON QUINTET 4:40. Transfusion CHICO HAMILTON QUINTET 2:46. Lady Gabor CHICO HAMILTON QUINTET 13:19. Lonesome Child CHICO HAMILTON QUINTET 5:55. Liste Aggiungi alla Lista. Impulse collection da . The Chico Hamilton Quintet: все альбомы, включая Passin' Thru , The Three Faces Of Chico , A Different Journey и другие. The Chico Hamilton Quintet. 2019 HQ Remastered Version. The Three Faces Of Chico. 2018 Remastered 2018. A Different Journey. Gongs East The Chico Hamilton Quintet. Goodbye Baby. Sweet Smell of Success. Chico Hamilton Quintet: все альбомы, включая Guitar Town Music , Drumfusion , The Sweet Smell Of Success и другие. 2016 Original Album plus Bonus. Beyond the Blue Horizon. Chico Hamilton Quintet. Passin' Thru. The Cool Scene - Twelve New Ways to Fly. The Best Dinner Jazz Album in the World. Cover information about the songs on the release Passin' Thru by The New Amazing Chico Hamilton Quintet: who covered the songs, who sang the Hamilton Quintet Complete Studio Sessions 1956-1957 - Paul Horn, John Pisano, Carson Smith, Chico Hamilton Quintet, Fred Katz. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Drummer Chico Hamilton's debut on Impulse featured his fifth Quintet, an advanced hard bop unit that sometimes hinted a little at the avant-garde. Instead of the trademark cello, the band featured trombonist George Bohanon. With Charles Lloyd doubling on tenor and flute, guitarist Gabor Szabo and bassist Albert Stinson all contributing fresh new voices, this was a major band. Track Listing. Songs in album Chico Hamilton - The Original Chico Hamilton Quintet Reunion 1991. Chico Hamilton - I Want To Be Happy. Chico Hamilton - Charming & Cool Delightful. Chico Hamilton - Brushing With B. Chico Hamilton - Ain't Nobody Calling Me. Chico Hamilton - Magali. Album 1963 6 Songs. Jazz 1963


I have a copy in hand with nearly identical runout info, the only differences being there's also LW etched on each side to the right of the STEREO stamp, the letters on their side with the L stacked directly above the W. Also, the labels say "A Product of ABC Records Inc. ©1971" (not 1972). The sleeve, on spine and front and back covers, says the album is "Stereo A-29", not AS-29, while the labels indicate AS-29-A and AS-29-B respectively. Lastly, I'd describe the ring around the black label as red, not orange. Should I amend this release with my copy's info and photos or create a new release?