In the Mix (album)
In the Mix is an album by pianist John Hicks, recorded in 1994.
|In the Mix|
|Studio album by|
|Recorded||November 13, 1994|
|Studio||Systems Two, Brooklyn, New York|
|John Hicks chronology|
Recording and music
The album was recorded at Systems Two in Brooklyn, New York, on November 13, 1994. The five musicians were Vincent Herring (alto and soprano sax), Elise Wood (flute), John Hicks (piano), Curtis Lundy (bass), and Cecil Brooks III (drums). Half of the eight tracks were written by Hicks.
In the Mix was released by Landmark Records.
- "In the Mix" (John Hicks)
- "Yemenja" (Hicks)
- "Elation" (Vincent Herring)
- "Soul Eyes" (Mal Waldron)
- "Motivation" (Hicks)
- "Weaver of Dreams" (Jack Elliott, Victor Young)
- "Mind Wine" (Hicks)
- "Once in a While" (Michael Edwards, Bud Green)
- Vincent Herring – alto sax, soprano sax
- Elise Wood – flute
- John Hicks – piano
- Curtis Lundy – bass
- Cecil Brooks III – drums
- "John Hicks Catalog". jazzdisco.org. Retrieved July 30, 2017.
- Scott, Ron (May 18, 2006) "Pianist John Hicks Dies at 64". New York Amsterdam News. p. 27.
- "John Hicks – In the Mix". AllMusic. Retrieved July 30, 2017.
- Jazzlists: Landmark 1500 series discography, accessed February 4, 2019
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