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Plays Duke Ellington is a bop music album recording by SADIK HAKIM released in 1975 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Alto Saxophone, Flute – Dale Hillary Bass – Bob Boucher Drums – Clayton Johnson Piano – Sadik Hakim Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Michael Stewart Trumpet – Brian Lydall. Radio Canada International – RCI 379 (Canada). Recorded in Toronto, 23&24/9/1974. Thanks to snobb for the addition. No release results found : showing artist results instead. WITHCES, GOBLINS, ETC. (lt. eissue) VIDEOARTS MUSIC JAPAN.
Sadik Hakim (born Forrest Argonne Thornton; July 15, 1919 – June 20, 1983) was an American jazz pianist and composer. Forrest Argonne Thornton was born on July 15, 1919 in Duluth, Minnesota. The name Argonne came from the World War I battle. He was taught music by his grandfather and played locally before moving to Chicago. In Chicago in 1944, Hakim was heard by the tenor saxophonist Ben Webster, who took him to New York to be the pianist in his band
Sadik Hakim (whose original name was Argonne Thornton) played with a few notable names from the bop era (including Charlie Parker) but has long been a somewhat obscure pianist. His "meeting" with Sonny Stitt (who splits his time here evenly between alto and tenor) was about as high profile as he ever got.
Stitt also recorded with Duke Ellington alumnus Paul Gonsalves in 1963 for Impulse! on the Salt and Pepper album in 1964. Around that time he appeared regularly at Ronnie Scott's in London, a live 1964 encounter with Ronnie Scott, The Night Has a Thousand Eyes, eventually surfaced, and another in 1966 with resident guitarist Ernest Ranglin and British tenor saxophonist Dick Morrissey Later life
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Title Sadik Hakim Plays Duke Ellington (Transcription). Duration LP. Country/Region of Manufacture Canada. Cover is EX to NM-. £2. 6. Written-By – Ellington, DeLange, I. Mills 8:15. Piano – Billy Strayhorn, Duke Ellington. Format:Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono. Genre: JazzArtist: Duke EllingtonDuration: LP. DUKE ELLINGTON Indispensable 5 & 6 Jazz Tribune x2 Double Vinyl LP L. 44.
|A1||Things Ain't What They Used To Be|
|B2||Prelude To A Kiss|
|B3||Ging Gang Gong Song|
- Alto Saxophone, Flute – Dale Hillary
- Bass – Bob Boucher
- Drums – Clayton Johnson
- Engineer – Larry Morey
- Piano – Sadik Hakim
- Producer – Herb Johnson
- Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Michael Stewart*
- Trumpet – Brian Lydall
NotesRecorded in Toronto, 23&24/9/1974
|CA 1800||Sadik Hakim||The Canadian Concert Of Sadik Hakim (LP)||Can-Am Records||CA 1800||Canada||1974|
|CA 1800||Sadik Hakim||The Canadian Concert Of Sadik Hakim (LP, RE)||Can-Am Records||CA 1800||Canada||1987|
|RCI 379||Sadik Hakim||Sadik Hakim Plays Duke Ellington (LP, Album)||Radio Canada International||RCI 379||Canada||1975|