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Four Hundred Saturdays

Label: Smalls Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Lullaby in Rhythm; Blue Gardenia; Oblivion; Manteca.

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The Frank Hewitt Quintet: Four Hundred Saturdays

Read "Four Hundred Saturdays" reviewed by Eric J. Iannelli

Prufrock measured out his life in coffee spoons. Frank Hewitt, as this disc's title suggests, might have done so (albeit with a bit more relish) by counting his Saturdays at Smalls, the New York jazz club where he performed regularly for eight years. Sadly, his renown outside the club only properly began after his death in ...

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The Frank Hewitt Quintet: Four Hundred Saturdays

Read "Four Hundred Saturdays" reviewed by Jim Santella

Recorded August 21, 1999 at one of Frank Hewitt's after-hours sessions at Smalls, this set represents his regular Saturday night quintet feature, which placed the house pianist in close contact with his audience week after week. Hewitt performed at Smalls approximately one thousand times between 1994 and his death in September, 2002. With his ...


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