John Hicks (album)

John Hicks is an album led by the eponymous pianist, recorded in 1982.

John Hicks
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RecordedMay, 1982
StudioDifferent Fur Studios, San Francisco, California
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Recording and music

The album was recorded at Different Fur Studios, San Francisco, in May 1982.[2] "This album has four trio numbers with vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson and bassist Walter Booker, a trio of unaccompanied piano solos, and a piano duet version of the leader's 'After the Morning' which teams Hicks with his wife Olympia."[1]


John Hicks was released by Theresa Records.[2] It was reissued by Evidence Records with "Beantown Blues", also from May 1982, added.[2]

Track listing

Original release

  1. "Pas De Trois (Dance for Three)"
  2. "Steadfast"
  3. "For John Chapman"
  4. "Star-Crossed Lovers"
  5. "Littlest One of All"
  6. "After the Morning"
  7. "That Ole Devil Called Love"
  8. "Gypsy Folk Tales"


For the reissue, one track was added to the eight on the original album:

  1. "Beantown Blues"



  1. Yanow, Scott "John Hicks – John Hicks". Retrieved July 11, 2017.
  2. "John Hicks Catalog". Retrieved July 11, 2017.
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