Hells Bells (album)
Hells Bells is a studio album led by American pianist John Hicks recorded in 1975 but not released on the Strata-East label until 1980. It is one of two albums to be recorded during Hicks' debut studio session as leader, the other being Steadfast, ultimately released in 1991. Hells Bells was reissued on CD by Charly Records in 1998.
|Studio album by|
|Recorded||May 21, 1975 in London, England|
|Label||Strata-East SES 8002|
|John Hicks chronology|
Allmusic awarded the album 3 stars.
All compositions by John Hicks except as indicated
- "Hell's Bells" (Cliff Barbaro) - 9:50
- "Avojca" - 8:17
- "Yemenja" - 10:53
- "Angie's Tune" - 9:50
- John Hicks - piano
- Clint Houston - bass
- Cliff Barbaro - drums
- John Hicks discography accessed January 29, 2015
- Allmusic Review accessed January 29, 2015
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