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Pamela Hines Trio: Thrive!

Read "Thrive!" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Pianist Pamela Hines 2013 CD offering, 3.2.1 (Spice Rack Records), was an immersion in the standards, with a big nod to the iconic Bill Evans. It was, perhaps, a bit of a writing respite for Hines, who is a supremely talented tune-smith. She's back, song-writing talents intact, energized even, on this all originals set, Thrive!.

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Pamela Hines Trio: 3.2.1.

Read "3.2.1." reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Pianist Pamela Hines has been busy on the jazz scene for fifteen years, producing many excellent CDs featuring her quartets and quintets, as well as pairings with several top-notch vocalists. A first-rate composer of engaging and memorable tunes who put out one of the coolest Christmas albums, New Christmas (Spice Rack, 2008), she should be better ...

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Pamela Hines Trio: Moon Germs

Read "Moon Germs" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Recording the real first varied-style, high energy album of her career, pianist Pamela Hines unveils Moon Germs, titled after the Joe Farrell composition, with longtime band mates, bassist John Lockwood and drummer Bob Gullotti, on an eclectic blend of driving rhythms and freer interpretations of modern jazz. With this album, Hines attempts a different approach and ...

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Pamela Hines Trio: Return

Read "Return" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Following in the footsteps of Drop 2 (Spice Rack Records, 2006), pianist Pamela Hines and her trio returns for an even better example of the jazz piano trio, augmented by guest saxophonist Jerry Bergonzi. Her rhythm section of bassist John Lockwood and drummer Bob Gullotti remain intact. Commentary on Hines' previous albums ...

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Pamela Hines Trio: Return

Read "Return" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

You could call Pamela Hines a mainstream pianist, but that word “mainstream" suggests a limiting category and might draw a rather static map and restrict your expectations. What's the old rule of semantics? The map is not the territory. Or how about: the category is not the sound.While Hines, on this (mostly) trio outing, ...

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Pamela Hines Trio Debut's at #28 on the JazzWeek Radio Chart, in Her Second Week of Radio Promotion

Pamela Hines Trio Debut's at #28 on the JazzWeek Radio Chart, in Her Second Week of Radio Promotion

Pamela Hines Trio debut's on the Jazzweek Chart at #28 and is on the most added list for Jazzweek two weeks in a row. Return, recorded in 2007 for a January of 2008 release, features Pamela Hines shining in her most stellar offering to date, a combination of well placed standards among the outstanding Hines compositions ...


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