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"Hannibal" Marvin Peterson Discography

by Robert Stubenrauch (rstubenr@iicm.edu)

© Copyright by Robert Stubenrauch. This document may be freely distributed for private non-commercial use only. For any commercial use on whatever medium please contact the author.

Thanks for their contribution go to Paul Adams, Jon Bates, Taizo Chiyonobu, Johann Haidenbauer, Leon E. Harris, Bill Hery, Vincent E. Kargatis, Joe Medjuck and Johann Moser

Please email any comments, critique, additions, corrections etc. to rstubenr@iicm.edu

Robert Stubenrauch, June 15, 1999


Overview

A '-' in the first row indicates that Hannibal does not play any significant solo on the record.
A '?' means that the amount of his contribution is unclear.

  1 ELVIN JONES       Live At The Village Vanguard     enja           3/68
  2 ROY HAYNES        Equipoise                        Mainstream     1970/71
- 3 GIL EVANS         Where Flamingos Fly              Art. H., A&M   1971
  4 PHAROAH SANDERS   Live At The East                 Impulse!       1971
  5 PHAROAH SANDERS   Black Unity                      Impulse!       1971
- 6 PHAROAH SANDERS   Village Of The Pharoahs          Impulse!       12/71
  7 ROY HAYNES        Senyah                           Mainstream     1972
  8 FRANK FOSTER      The Loud Minority                Mainstream     1972
- 9 G.EVANS/K.KIMIKO  Satin Doll                       CBS Sonny      6/72
 10 GIL EVANS         & Masabumi Kikuchi Big Band      Philips        1972
 11 RICHARD DAVIS     Epistrophy And Now's The Time    Muse           9/72
 12 ELVIN JONES       Skyscrapers Vol. 4               Honey Dew      ???
 13 GIL EVANS         Svengali                         Atlantic       6/73
 14 RICHARD DAVIS     Dealin'                          Muse           9/73
 15 ERIC KLOSS        Essence                          Muse           12/73
 16 HANNIBAL          Children Of The Fire             Sunrise        1974
 17 CLIFFORD THORNTON The Gardens of Harlem            JCOA           4/74
 18 GRACHAN MONCUR 3  Echoes of Prayer                 JCOA           4/74
-19 GIL EVANS         Plays The Music Of Jimi Hendrix  Bluebird       6/74,4/75
?20 GIL EVANS         Montreux Jazz Festival '74       Philips        7/74
-21 GIL EVANS         Voodoo Chile                     Jazz Door      7/74, 10/78
-22 GIL EVANS         There Comes a Time               RCA            1975
 23 HANNIBAL          Hannibal & The Sunrise Orchestra MPS            7/75
 24 HANNIBAL          Live In Lausanne                 Baystate       2/76
 25 BUCK CLAYTON      Jam Session #3: Jazz Party Time  Chiaroscuro    9/76
 26 HANNIBAL          Hannibal in Berlin               MPS            11/76
 27 BILLY HART        Enchance                         A&M            2+3/77
 28 Progressive Records All Star Trumpet Spectacular   Progressive    4/77
-29 GIL EVANS         Priestess                        Antilles       5/77
 30 RICHARD DAVIS     Harvest                          Muse           5/77
-31 DON PULLEN        Tomorrow's Promises              Atlantic       1977
 32 HANNIBAL          Hannibal In Antibes              enja           7/77
-33 GIL EVANS         Live At The Royal Festival Hall  RCA            2/78
 34 GIL EVANS         The Rest Of Live At Royal F.H.   Mole           2/78
 35 HANNIBAL          The Light                        Baystate       4+5/78
 36 HANNIBAL          Naima                            East World     7/78
 37 HANNIBAL          Tribute                          Baystate       1/79
 38 GIL EVANS         Live At The Public Theater, # 1  Trio/Evidence  1/80
 39 GIL EVANS         Live At The Public Theater, # 2  Trio/Evidence  1/80
 40 LONERGAN/HANNIBAL The Universe Is Not For Sale     Smackdab       1980
 41 HANNIBAL          The Angels Of Atlanta            enja           2/81
?42 GIL EVANS         Lunar Eclypse                    New Tone       7/81
 43 HANNIBAL          Poem Song                        Mole           11/81
-44 KIP HANRAHAN      Desire Develops An Edge          american clave 82,83
 45 WAS (NOT WAS)     Born to Laugh at Tornadoes       Geffen         11/82-6/83
 46                   Jazzbühne Berlin '83             Amiga          6/83
-47 GIL EVANS         Live At Sweet Basil              Electric Bird  8/84
-48 GIL EVANS         Live At Sweet Basil Vol. 2       Electric Bird  8/84
 49 G.ADAMS, HANNIBAL & FRIENDS More Sightings         enja           9/84
-50 G.EVANS ORCHESTRA A Tribute To Gil                 Soul Note      7/88
 51 HANNIBAL          Visions Of A New World           Atlantic       1989
 52 HANNIBAL & SERENE Kiss On The Bridge               Ear-Rational   1/90
 53 HANNIBAL & SERENE Crossings                        Ear-Rational   1/90
 54 GEORGE ADAMS      Old Feeling                      somethin'else  3/91
 55 ANDREW CYRILLE    My Friend Louis                  DIW            11/91
 56 NEW YORK UNIT     Now's The Time                   King Records   2/92
 57 HANNIBAL          One With The Wind                Muse           9/93
 58 NEW YORK UNIT     Akari                            Apollon        8/94
 59 HANNIBAL          African Portraits                Teldec         1995


Detailed Discography

    
 1: ELVIN JONES "Live At The Village Vanguard"
enja 2036 (LP, CD (1990))

 3) Mr. Jones                                   (Keiko Jones)          (15:06)

Elvin Jones:            dr
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp
George Coleman:         ts
Wilbur Little:          b

+ 3 other tracks without Hannibal

rec. live at the Village Vanguard, March 20, 1968 (LP release does not give a
recording date)


2: ROY HAYNES "Equipoise"
Mainstream Records MDCD 715 (CD, 1991)

 1) Equipoise                                   (S.Cowell)             ( 4:22)
 2) I'm so High                                 (Haynes)               ( 4:11)
 3) Tangiers                                    (Haynes)               ( 5:59)
 4) Nothing Ever Changes For You My Love        (M.Fisher/J.Segal)     ( 6:14)
 5) Satan's Mysterious Feeling                  (Adams)                ( 6:37)
 6) Medley:                                                            ( 9:27)
    You Name It                                 (Adams)
    Lift Every Voice And Sing                   (J.Johnson/J.Weldon)
 7) Roy's Tune                                  (Haynes)               ( 5:08)

Roy Haynes:             dr, timpani
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp (not on 7)
Carl Schroeder:         p
George Adams:           ts, fl (not on 7)
Mervin Bronson:         Fender b
Elwood Johnson:         bongo, tambourine
Lawrence Killian:       congas
Terud Nakamura:         b

Remarks:
Tracks 1-6 originally appeared as the LP "The ROY HAYNES Hip Ensemble",
Mainstream MRL 313, rec. (1970/71). Track 7 is without Hannibal and Adams and
probably from a 1974 session. There is also a "Various artists" LP entitled
BOOTY (Mainstream MRL 413; 1974) with the same personnel which possibly
contains one or more further tracks from these sessions.


3: GIL EVANS "Where Flamingos Fly"
Artists House AH 14 (LP, 1981) 
A&M CD 0831 (CD, 1989)

 2) Nana                                        (Santos/Telles/Cotti)  ( 4:43)
 3) Love Your Love                              (B.Harper)             ( 2:14)
 4) Hotel Me                                    (G.Evans/M.Davis)      ( 5:34)
 5) Where Flamingos Fly                         (J.B.Brooks/E.Thea/    ( 5:18)
                                                 H.Courlander)

Billy Harper:           ts            | Richard Davis:          b
Howard Johnson:         bs, flh       | Bill Quinze:            el-b
Trevor Koehler:         ss, bs        | Gil Evans:              p, el-p
Stan Shafran,                         | Phil Davis,
John Coles,                           | Don Preston:            synth
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp            | Bruce Ditmas:           dr
Jimmy Knepper:          tb            | Sue Evans,
Bruce Johnson:          g             | Airto Moreira,
                                      | Flora Purim             perc
rec. 1971 in NY

+ 2 tracks without Hannibal


4: PHAROAH SANDERS "Live At The East"
Impulse! AS-9227 (LP, 1972)

 1) Healing song                                (Sanders/Bonner)       (20:41)

Pharoah Sanders:        ts, balaphone
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp
Carlos Alfredo Garnett: fl, voice
Harold Vick:            ts, voice
Joe Bonner:             p, harmonium
Cecil McBee,
Stanley Clarke:         b
Norman Connors,
William Hart:           dr
Lawrence Killian:       conga, talking dr, bailophone

+ 3 tracks without Hannibal

rec. live at The East Club, NYC, 1971


5: PHAROAH SANDERS "Black Unity"
Impulse! AS-9219 (LP, 1972)
Impulse! (CD, LP, 1997)

 1) Black Unity, Part One                       (Sanders)              (18:28)
 2) Black Unity, Part Two                       (Sanders)              (18:54)

Pharoah Sanders:        ts, balapone
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp
Carlos Alfredo Garnett: ts
Joe Bonner:             p
Cecil McBee,
Stanley Clarke:         b
Norman Connors,
William Hart:           dr
Lawrence Killian:       conga, talking dr, balapone

rec. Dec 1971, NYC


6: PHAROAH SANDERS "Village Of The Pharoahs"
Impulse! AS-9254 (LP, 1973)

 5) Mansion Worlds

Pharoah Sanders:        ss, bells
Joe Bonner:             p
Cecil McBee,
Stanley Clarke:         b
Norman Connors:         dr
Lawrence Killian:       congas, perc
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: perc

rec. Dec 8, 1971

+ 6 other tracks without Hannibal


7: ROY HAYNES "Senyah"
Mainstream MRL 351 (LP)

 1) Sillie Willie                               (G.Adams)              ( 7:48)
 2) Little Titan                                (Hannibal)             ( 7:22)
 3) Senyah                                      (Joe Bonner)           ( 5:30)
 4) Full Moon                                   (G.Adams)              ( 6:14)
 5) Brujeria Can Salsa                          (Haynes)               ( 4:01)

Roy Haynes:             dr, timpani
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp
George Adams:           ts, fl
Lawrence Killian:       conga
Don Pate:               b
Carl Schroeder:         p
Roland Prince:          g

rec. date not specified, probably 1971 or 1972


8: FRANK FOSTER "The Loud Minority"
Mainstream Records MDCD 718 (CD)

 1) The Loud Minority                           (F.Foster)            (14:30)
 2) Requiem For Dusty                           (F.Foster)            ( 6:09)
 3) J.P.'s Thing                                (F.Foster)            (11:41)
 4) E.W. - Beautiful People                     (F.Foster)            ( 8:47)

Frank Foster:           a-cl, ss, as, ts | Stanley Clarke,
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp               | Gene Perla:             b
Cecil Bridgewater,                       | Richie Pratt, 
Charles McGhee:         tp, flh          | Omar Clay, 
Dick Griffin:           tb               | Elvin Jones, 
Kenny Rogers:           bcl, as, bs      | Airto Moreira:          dr, perc
Harold Mabern,                           | Dee Dee Bridgewater:    voc (4,5)
Jan Hammer:             p, el-p          |
Earl Dunbar:            g                |

rec. 1972

note: Hannibal plays a brief solo on track 4


9: KASAI KIMIKO with THE GIL EVANS ORCHESTRA "Satin Doll"
japan. CBS Sony 25AP 731 (LP)
japan. CBS Sony SOPL 108-X-J (LP)

 1) Day by Day                                   (Stordahl/Cahn/Weston)
 2) Poor Butterfly                               (Golden/Hubble)
 3) Bye-Bye Blackbird                            (Dixon/Henderson)
 4) I Fall In Love Too Easily                    (Styne/Cahn)
 5) Satin Doll                                   (Ellington/Strayhorn/Mercer)
 6) I'm Walking                                  (Domio/Barholomew)
 7) When Sunny Gets Blue                         (Fisher/segal)
 8) There Will Never Be Another You              (H.Woods)
 9) Good-Bye                                     (G.Jenkins)

Kasai Kimiko:           voc
Gil Evans:              p, el-p, arr, cond
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp
Billy Harper:           ts, fl
Hiroshi Fukumura, 
Hiroshi Munekiyo:       tb
Kohsuke Mine:           as, ss
Masayuki Takayanagi:    g
Yoshio Suzuki:          b, el-bass
Yoshiyuki Nakamura:     dr

rec. Tokyo, June 26, 1972 (tracks 1,6,7,9) and June 29, 1972 (tracks 2,3,4,8,9)
Note: no significant solos by Hannibal


10: "MASABUMI KIKUCHI + GIL EVANS"
japan. Philips ST FX 8525 (LP, 1972)
EmArcy 28JD-10138 (CD, Japan)

 1) Ictus                                       (C.Bley)               ( 1:39)
 2) Thoroughbred                                (B.Harper)             (10:38)
 3) Priestess                                   (B.Harper)             ( 9:09)
 4) Love in the Open                            (G.Evans)              (11:29)
 5) Drizzling Rain                              (Kikuchi)              ( 6:00)
 6) Eleven # 11                                 (M.Davis/G.Evans)      ( 2:38)
 7) Cry Of Hunger                               (B.Harper)             (13:11)
 8) Love In The Open (take 2)                   (G.Evans)              (12:51)

Masabumi Kikuchi:       keyb      | Yukio Etoh,
Gil Evans:              p, arr    | Shozo Nakagawa,
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp, flh   | Takashi Asahi:       piccolo, a-fl, b-fl
Billy Harper:           sax, fl   | Masayuki Takayanagi,
Kunitoshi Shinohara,              | Sadanori Nakamura:   el-g
Takehisa Suzuki:        tp, flh   | Isao Etoh,
Kohsuke Mine:           as, ss    | Yoshio Suzuki:       b
Shigeo Suzuki:          as, fl    | Kohichi Yamaguchi:   timpani
Kikuzo Tado:            tuba      | Michiko Takahashi:   vib, marimba
Nao Yamamoto,                     | Hideo Miyata:        perc
Kiyoshige Matsubara:    frh       | Yoshiyuki Nakamura,
Hiroshi Munekiyo:       tb        | Masahiko Togashi:    dr
Tadataka Nakazawa:      b-tb      |

rec. July 5, 1972; Tokyo Victor Studio;
Remark: tracks 7 and 8 do not appear on the original LP release;
track order given as on the CD release
Note: many great solos by Hannibal!


11: RICHARD DAVIS "Epistrophy And Now's The Time"
Muse 5002 (LP)
Muse MCD 6005 (CD, 1989)

 1) Epistrophy                                  (Monk)                  (22:56)
 2) Now's The Time                              (Parker)                (22:31)
 3) Highest Mountain                                                    (17:31)

Richard Davis:          b
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp
Clifford Jordan:        ts
Joe Bonner:             p
Freddie Waits:          dr

rec. live at Jazz City, Sept 7, 1972

Remark: track 3 is not on the LP release


12: ELVIN JONES "Skyscrapers Vol. 4"
Honeydew HD 6605 (LP, 1977)

 1) Mister Jones                                (Keiko Jones)          (24:34)
 2) Raunchy Rita                                (Frank Foster)         (20:10)

Elvin Jones:            dr
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp
George Coleman:         ts
Wilbur Little:          b

rec. live at the Village Vanguard; no rec. date given, but it says in the liner notes "early 1970's".
Remark: Hannibal does not play on the 3 other volumes of the "Skyscrapers" series.


13: GIL EVANS "Svengali"
Atlantic SD 1643 (LP, 1973)
Atlantic AT90048 (LP, 1982) (Jazzlore No. 14)
various CD reissues available but details unknown

 6) Zee Zee                                     (Evans)                ( 7:40)

"Hannibal" M. Peterson,               | Trevor Koehler:         bs, ss, fl   
Richard Williams:       tp            | David Horowitz:         synth
Howard Johnson:         tu, bs, flh   | Ted Dunbar:             g 
Joseph Daley:           tb, tu        | Herb Bushler:           b
Peter Levin,                          | Bruce Ditmas:           dr
Sharon Freeman:         frh           | Sue Evans:              perc
David Sanborn:          as            | Gil Evans:              p, el-p, arr
Bill Harper:            ts, fl        |

rec. live at the Philharmonic Hall, New York, June 3, 1973
		
+ 5 other tracks without Hannibal, recorded at different time and place
Note: impresive solo introduction by Hannibal


14: RICHARD DAVIS "Dealin'"
Muse 5027 (LP, 1974)

 1) What'd You Say                              (R.Davis)              ( 6:25)
 2) Dealin'                                     (R.Davis)              ( 6:07)
 3) Julie's Rag Doll                            (R.Davis)              ( 5:40)
 4) Sweet'n                                     (R.Davis)              ( 3:57)
 5) Sorta                                       (R.Davis)              ( 3:15)
 6) Blues For Now                               (R.Davis)              (11:06)

Richard Davis:          b, Fender b, voc (3)
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp, tamborine, cow bell
Clifford Jordan:        ts, ss, cow bell
Paul Griffin:           p, organ, el-p, clavinet
David Spinozza:         g
Freddie Waits:          dr

rec. Sept 14, 1973


15: ERIC KLOSS "Essence"
Muse 5038 (LP, 1974)

 1) Love Will Take You There                    (Kloss)                (15:38)
 3) Essence                                     (Kloss)                (16:36)
 4) Descent                                     (Barry Miles)          ( 3:41)

Eric Kloss:             as, ts
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp
Mickey Tucker:          p, el-p
Buster Williams:        b
Ron Krasinski:          dr
Sonny Morgan:           perc (3 only)

+ 1 other track without Hannibal

rec. Dec 14, 1973


16: HANNIBAL MARVIN PETERSON & THE SUNRISE ORCHESTRA "Children Of The Fire"
Sunrise Records 1944 (LP, 1974)

Dimension 1:
 1) 1st Movement: Forest Sunrise                (Hannibal)             ( 9:02)
    A. Rhythm Ritual
    B. Song Of Life
 2) 2nd Movement: The Bombing                   (Hannibal)             ( 3:10)
    A. Prelude
Dimension 2:
 3) 3rd Movement: Prayer                        (Hannibal)             ( 4:50)                 
 4) 4th Movement: Aftermath                     (Hannibal)             (17:30)
 5) 5th Movement: Finale                        (Hannibal)             ( 1:50)

"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp, koto
Richard Davis:          b
Lawrence Killian:       conga, bell tree
Billy Hart (Jabali):    dr
Michael Cochrane:       p
Waheeda Massey:         voc (1 only)
Diedre Murray:          c
Barbara Burton:         tympani, perc, dr, bombs, p (3 only)
Marvin Tuten:           perc, sitar, bombs
Alpha Johnson:          voc
Teule Hart:             perc (3 only)
Art Webb:               piccolo, fl
John Blake:             solo violin
Stanley Hunte, 
Myung Hi Kim, 
Rynae Rocha:            violin
Julius Miller, 
Judith Graves:          viola
David Amram:            cond

All music & poems composed and written by Hannibal.
The poems are printed on an extra sheet included.
The music is dedicated to the children of Vietnam.

rec. 1974


17: CLIFFORD THORNTON & THE JAZZ COMPOSERS ORCHESTRA "The Gardens Of Harlem"
JCOA 1008 (LP, 1975)

 1) Ogún Bára                                                       ( 5:46)
 2) O Desayo                                                        ( 8:02)
 3) Agbadzá                                                         ( 9:42)
 4) Changó Obarí                                                    ( 4:33)
 5) Ain Salah                                                       ( 8:16)
 6) Gospel Ballade                                                  ( 4:44)
 7) Sweet Oranges                                                   ( 1:08)
 8) Blues City                                                      ( 8:57)

Clifford Thornton:      cornet, valve-tb, shenai, cabasa, bell, arr, comp
Michael Ridley,                       | Dewey Redman:           as, ts
"Hannibal" M. Peterson,               | Carlos Ward:            as, fl
Leo Smith:              tp            | Roland Alexander:       ts
Ted Daniel:             tp, flh       | Pat Patrick:            ts, ss
Charles Stevens,                      | George Barrow:          bs, fl
Janice Robinson:        tb            | Carla Bley:             p
John Thompson,                        | Andy Gonzales:          b
Gregory Williams:       frh           | + 8 percussionists
Bob Stewart:            tu            | Jack Jeffers:           cond

all compositions by C.Thornton
rec. NYC, April 4, 1974
Note: Hannibal plays a solo on track 3


18: GRACHAN MONCUR III "Echoes Of Prayer"
JCOA 1009 (LP, 1974)

Band 1:                                                             (12:09)
 1) Prologue
 2) Reverend King's Wings I
 3) Medgar's Menace I
 4) Drum Transition I
 5) Garvey's Ghost (Space Station)
Band 2:                                                             ( 8:30)
 6) Angela's Angel I
 7) Drum Transition II
Band 3:                                                             (20:02)
 8) Right On I
 9) Angela's Angel II
10) Right On II
11) Reverend King's Wings II
12) Medgar's Menace II
13) Drum Transition III
14) African percussion Ensemble
Band 4:                                                             ( 3:42)
15) Right On III
16) Angela's Angel III (Jamboree)
17) Drum Transition IV
18) Amen Cadence
19) Epilogue: Excuse Me, Mr. Justice

Grachan Moncur III:     tb, voice, cond, comp
"Hannibal" M. Peterson,               | Charlie Haden:          b
Stafford Osborne:       tp            | Beaver Harris:          dr
Janice Robinson:        tb            | + The Tawana Dance Ensemble:
Jack Jeffers:           b-tb          | Titos Sompa:            conga, talking-dr
Pat Patrick:            fl            | Coster Massamba:        torpedo, guica
Perry Robinson:         cl            | Malonga Quasquellourd:  cowbell, shekere
Carlos Ward:            as, fl        | Jakuba Abiona,
Leroy Jenkins,                        | Frederick Simpson:      maracas, hairdrum
Ngonia:                 violin        | Jeanne Lee,
Carla Bley:             p             | Mervine Grady:          voice
Mark Elf:               g             | Keith Marks:            fl (2)
Cecil McBee,                          | Toni Marcus:            viola

rec. NYC, April 11, 1974
all compositions by G.Moncur
Note: Hannibal plays a ca. 4:30 min solo on Angela's Angel II


19: GIL EVANS "Plays The Music Of Jimi Hendrix"
RCA, LP, 1974
RCA Bluebird ND 88409 (CD)
BMG 74321257552 (CD, France, 1995)

 1) Angel                                         (Hendrix)             ( 4:11)
 2) Crosstown Traffic / Little Miss Loveer        (Hendrix)             ( 6:35)
 3) Castles Made Of Sand / Foxy Lady              (Hendrix)             (11:26)
 4) Up From The Skies (take 1 - orig master)      (Hendrix)             ( 9:18)
 5) Up From The Skies (take 2 - alt master)       (Hendrix)             ( 9:54)
 6) 1983 - A Merman I should Turn To Be           (Hendrix)             ( 7:30)
 7) Voodoo Chile                                  (Hendrix)             ( 5:02)
 8) Gypsy Eyes                                    (Hendrix)             ( 3:44)

Track order given from the BMG (1995) release; Bluebird has a different order and
additionally contains "Little Wing" from the Evans album "Here Comes the Time".

Gil Evans:              keyb, cond
John Abercrombie:       el-g
Bruce Ditmas:           dr
Susan Evans:            cong, dr, perc
Peter Gordon:           frh
Billy Harper:           ts, fl
David Horovitz:         el-p, synth
Howard Johnson:         tuba, bcl, el-b
Ryo Kawasaki:           el-g
Trevor Koehler:         as, fl, ts
Peter levin:            frh, synth
Keith Loving:           g
Tom Malone:             synth, tb, fl, b-tb
Michael Moore:          el-b, b
Don Pate:               b
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp, voc (2)
Warren Smith, Jr.:      chimes, perc, vib, marimba
David Sanborn:          as, ss, fl
Lew Soloff:             tp

rec. 11.6.1974 (4,5)
     12.6.1974 (2,7,8) 
     13.6.1974 (1,3,6)

Note: no tp solos by Hannibal


20: GIL EVANS "Montreux Jazz Festival '74"
Philips RJ-6043 (LP)

(track list unknown)

Gil Evans:              p, arr, cond
Sue Evans:              perc
Bruce Ditmas:           dr
Peter Gordon:           frh
"Hannibal" M. Peterson,
Lewis Soloff:           tp
Billy Harper:           ts, fl
John Stubblefield:      ss, ts
Howard Johnson:         tuba, bs, bcl, flh
Trevor Koehler:         bs, ss, fl
Peter Levin:            frh, cl
Tom Malone:             tb, tuba, synth, fl, piccolo, b
Donald Pate:            b
Paul Metzke:            g
Warren Smith:           perc

rec. live at the Jazz Festival Montreux, July 7, 1974


21: GIL EVANS "Voodoo Chile"
Jazz Door JD 12117 (CD,?)

 1)                                                                     (21:11)                                    
    a) Parabola                                   (Alan Shorter)
    b) Amadama                                    (Trevor Koehler)
 2) Voodoo Chile                                  (Jimi Hendrix)        ( 5:49)
 3) Blues Medley Part 1:                                                (16:11)
    Concorde                                      (John Lewis)
    Cherly                                        (Charlie Parker)
 4) Blues Medley Part 2:                                                (14:00)
    Cherly                                        (Charlie Parker)
    Stormy Monday                                 (Aaron "T-Bone" Walker)
 5) Little Wing                                   (Jimi Hendrix)

tracks 1-4:
Gil Evans:              p, el-p
Lew Soloff:             tp
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp, voc (on "Stormy Monday")
Peter Gordon:           fr-h
Peter Levin:            fr-h, synth
Tom Malone:             tb
John Stubblefield:      ts, ss
Trevor Koehler:         bs
Howard Johnson:         bcl, tu
Paul Metzke:            g
Don Pate:               b
Sue Evans,
Warren Smith:           dr, perc

rec. live at Swing Inn, Malmö, Sweden, July 18, 1974
Except for Hannibals singing, he is not heard doing any solo on this record.

Track 5 was recorded in Cologne, Germany, October 1978 with another group, without Hannibal.
This CD is an unauthorized bootleg recording. Sound quality is poor but acceptable (obviously mono);
track 5 has better sound quality and perhaps stems from a radio broadcast.



22: GIL EVANS "There Comes a Time"
RCA APL1-1057 (LP)
RCA Bluebird (CD, 1987)
BMG 74321313922 (CD, France, 1995)

 1) King Porter Stomp                             (J.R.Morton)          ( 3:54)
 2) There Comes a Time                            (T.Williams)          (16:08)
 3) Makes Her Move                                (G.Evans)             ( 1:41)
 4) Little Wing                                   (Hendrix)             ( 5:32)
 5) The Meaning of the Blues                      (B.Troup/L.Worth)     (20:03)
 6) Aftermath 4th Movement - Children of the Fire (Hannibal)            ( 5:40)
 7) Anita's dance                                 (G.Evans)             ( 2:55)
 8) Joy Spring                                    (G.Evans)             ( 2:18)
 9) So Long                                       (G.Evans)             (16:39)
10) Buzzard Variation                             (G.Evans)             ( 2:37)

Gil Evans:              p, el-p, celeste
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp, koto, voc (2,4) (not on 8,10)
                        voc solos on 2,4; tp solo on 5 and probably on 2
George Adams:           ts, fl (not on 9)
Herb Bushler:           el-b (not on 2,8-10)
John Clark,
Peter Gordon:           frh
Howard Johnson:         bs, bcl, tu
Ryo Kawasaki:           g, pedals (8,10)
Ernie Royal, 
Lew Soloff:             tp, flh
Billy Harper:           ts, fl (not on 8,10)
Joe Daley:              tu (2,5,6,9), tb (6)
David Horovitz:         synth, org
Peter levin:            frh, synth, org
Tom Malone:             synth, tb, tu, piccolo
Paul Metzke:            el-b (2,8-10)Dave Sanborn:           as, ss, fl
Tony Williams:          dr (not on 2,4,8-10)
Bruce Ditmas:           dr (2,4,8,9,10, tabla, cuica, perc
Sue Evans:              tympani, cong, caw bell, celeste, perc, dr, mallet instr
Joe Gallivan:           synth, g, perc, cong, steel g, bells
Warren Smith:           marimba, chimes, gongs, vib, tuned dr (not on 8-10)

rec. 6.3.1975  (8,10)
     12.3.1975 (2,9)
     11.4.1975 (1,3,5-7)
     14.4.1975 (4)

Bluebird release: Tracks 4 and 6 not inluded, short parts of track 2 have been deleted.
Tracks 8-10 are not included on the original LP release; track 5 has been expanded from
the original 6 minutes to 20.


23: "HANNIBAL AND THE SUNRISE ORCHESTRA"
MPS 20 22669-7 (LP)
MPS 68.061 (LP)

 1) The Rabbit                                  (D.Murray)             ( 2:36)    
 2) Revelation                                  (M.Cochrane)           ( 7:36)
 3) Misty                                       (E.Garner)             ( 7:54)
 4) The Voyage                                  (Hannibal)             ( 6:34)
 5) Soul Brother - In Dedication to Malcolm X   (Hannibal)             (13:47)

on 1,2,3,5:
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp
Michael Cochrane:       p
Diedre Murray:          c
Stafford James:         b
Thabo Michael Carvin:   dr 
Chris Hart:             bells, perc

on 4:
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: koto (2 times by overdubbing), voice
Thabo Michael Carvin:   dr, perc (2 times by overdubbing), voc, whistle, tympani
Diedre Murray:          c
Chris Hart:             bells, perc

rec. July 1 & 2, 1975


24: HANNIBAL MARVIN PETERSON & THE SUNRISE ORCHESTRA "Live In Lausanne"
Baystate RVJ-6011 (LP, 1978)

 1) My Favorite Things                          (Rodgers-Hammerstein)  (13:40)
 2) Grandma Suzie                               (Hannibal)             (10:07)
 3) Episode Zero                                (Diedre Murray)        ( 9:55)
 4) The Light                                   (Hannibal)             (14:09)

"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp, koto, bells
Michael Cochrane:       p
Diedre Murray:          c
Stafford James:         b
Thabo Michael Carvin:   dr

rec. live in Lausanne, Feb 1976

25: "A BUCK CLAYTON Jam Session Vol. 3: Jazz Party Time"
Chiaroscuro CR 152 (LP, 1976)

 1) Jazz Part Time                              (B.Clayton)           (10:15)
 2) Kansas City Style                           (B.Clayton)           (13:46)
 3) Even Steven                                 (B.Clayton)           (11:06)
 4) Bandwagon                                   (B.Clayton)           (10:40)

Buck Clayton does not play himself
Herry "Sweets" Edison,
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp
Vic Dickenson,
Jimmy Knepper:          tb
Bob Wilber:             ss
Lee Konitz,
Earl Warren             as
Budd Johnson,
Buddy Tate:             ts
Hank Jones:             p
Richard Davis:          b
Bobby Rosengarden:      dr

rec. NYC, Sept 13, 1976
Note: Hannibal has brief solos on all tracks


26: HANNIBAL MARVIN PETERSON "Hannibal in Berlin"
MPS 68.152 (LP, 1977)

 1) The 23rd Psalm                              (Hannibal)             ( 7:02)
 2) Willow Weep for Me                          (Ronell/White/Forest)  ( 8:01)
 3) Bessie's Blues                              (J.Coltrane)           ( 8:52)
 4) Swing Low Sweet Chariot                     (trad., arr. Hannibal) ( 7:57)   
 5) My Favorite Things                          (Rodgers/Hammerstein/  (11:16)
                                                 Coltrane)

"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp
George Adams:           ts
Diedre Murray:          c
Steve Neil:             b
Allen Nelson:           dr

rec. live in Berlin, Nov 3, 1976


27: BILLY HART "Enchance"
A&M SP-725 (Horizon 24) (LP, 1977)
A&M CD-818 (CD)

 1) Diff Customs                                (O.Lake)               ( 5:44)
 2) Shadow Dance                                (D.Holland)            ( 7:43)
 3) Layla-Joy                                   (B.Hart)               ( 6:55)
 4) Corner Culture                              (Dewey Redman)         ( 2:47)
 5) Rahsaan Is Beautiful                        (Hannibal)             ( 4:31)
 6) Pharoah                                     (D.Pullen)             ( 9:31)
 7) Hymn For The Old Year                       (O.Lake)               ( 8:48)

Billy Hart:             dr, perc (3,7)
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp, koto (5)
Oliver Lake:            as (1,2,3,4,6,7), fl (3), ss (7)
Dewey Redman;           ts (not on 5)
Eddie Henderson:        tp (1,5), flh (1,3), flh with echoplex (5)
Don Pullen:             p, el-p (5)
Buster Williams:        b (1,3,5)
Dave Holland:           b (2,4,6,7)
Thabo Michael Carvin:   perc (3,5)

rec. Feb 24 & March 3, 1977


28: "The PROGRESSIVE RECORDS ALL STAR Trumpet Spectacular"
Progressive 7015 (LP, 1979)

 1) Ballad Medley                                                      (17:50)
    Georgia                         (Hoagy Carmichael, Stuart Gorell)
    A Sleeping Bee                  (Harold Arlen, Truman Capote)
    You've Changed                  (Bill Carey, Carl Theodore Fischer)
    Willow Weep For Me              (Ann Ronell)
    I Love You                      (Cole Porter)
    The More I See You              (Mack Gordon, Harry Warren)
 2) Gus' Thing                      (Gus Statiras)                     (15:56)

rec. 77/4/4 Downtown Sound Studio, NYC

Each of the trumpeters plays a solo in one of the "Ballad Medley" parts, Hannibal in
"Willow Weep For Me". He plays ensemble and solo in Gus' Thing.


29: GIL EVANS "Priestess"
Antilles 826770-2 (CD)

 1) Priestess                                                          (19:42)
 2) Short Visit                                                        (12:07)
 3) Lunar Eclipse                                                      ( 4:19)
 4) Orange Was The Colour Of Her Dress Then Blue Silk (Mingus)         ( 4:40)

Gil Evans:              p              | David Sanborn,                         
"Hannibal" M. Peterson,                | Arthur Blythe:          as
Ernie Royal:            tp             | George Adams:           ts
Lew Soloff:             tp, piccolo-tp | Pete Levin:             synth, clavinet
Jimmy Knepper:          tb             | Keith Loving:           g
John Clark:             frh            | Steve Neil:             b
Howard Johnson,                        | Sue Evans:              dr
Robert Stewart:         tu             |

rec. live at the St.Georges Church, May 13, 1977


29: RICHARD DAVIS "Harvest"
Muse 5115 (LP, 1979)

 5) Windflower                                  (S.Casey)              ( 7:19)
 7) A Tird Way                                  (R.Davis/B.Lee)        ( 4:33)
 8) Take The 'A' Train                          (B.Strayhorn/M.Raskin) ( 3:10)

+ 6 other tracks without Hannibal

Richard Davis, 
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp
Bill Lee (5,8):         b
James Spaulding:        as, fl
Consuela Moore (5):     p 
Ted Dunbar (5):         g
Billy Hart:             dr
Freddie Waits (5):      perc

rec. May 6 & 16, 1977


31: DON PULLEN "Tomorrow's Promises"
Atlantic SD 1699 (LP)

 2) Autumn Song                                 (G.Adams)              ( 5:11)
 3) Poodie Pie                                  (Pullen)               ( 6:40)
 4) Kadji                                       (Pullen)               ( 8:54)

Don Pullen:             p, clavinet (3,4)
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp
George Adams:           ts, ss (3,4)
Alex Blake:             b
Bobby Battle:           dr (2), perc (3,4)
Tyronne Walker (3,4):   dr, perc
Ray Mantilla:           perc
Sterling Magee, 
Roland Prince:          g (3,4)

rec. date not specified, probably 1976 or 1977


32: HANNIBAL "Hannibal In Antibes"
enja 3011 (LP)

 1) Ro                                          (Hannibal)             (19:16)
 2) Swing Low Sweet Chariot                     (trad.)                (20:25)

"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp
George Adams:           fl, ts
Diedre Murray:          c
Steve Neil:             b
Makaya Ntshoko:         dr

rec. in Antibes, July 20, 1977

On the cover sleeve a poem by Hannibal is printed entitled "For the Musician"


33: GIL EVANS "Gil Evans Live At The Royal Festival Hall"
RCA PL 25209 (LP, France, 1979)

 1) Angel                                       (Hendrix)             ( 5:05)
 2) Parabola                                    (A.Shorter)           ( 6:45)
 3) Orange Was The Colour Of Her Dress Then Blue Silk (Mingus)        ( 7:00)
 4) Stone Free                                  (Hendrix)             (10:20)
 5) Fugue From Concorde                         (J.Lewis)             ( 8:30)
    Blues Inc. Medley:
       Cherryl                                  (C.Parker)
       Birhead                                  (C.Parker)
       Relaxing at Camarillo                    (C.Parker)
    Epilogue                                    (G.Evans)
 
personnel and rec. date same as next


34: GIL EVANS "The Rest Of Gil Evans Live At The Royal Festival Hall London 1978"
Mole 3 (LP, 1981)

 1) Rhythm-a-Ning                               (Monk)                 (11:49)
 2) Up From The Skies                           (Hendrix)              ( 7:38)
 3) Variation On The Misery                     (G.Evans)              (11:28)
 4) Voodoo Chile                                (Hendrix)              (11:06)

Gil Evans:              p, el-p
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp, bell chimes
George Adams:           ts, ss, bcl, alto-fl
Arthur Blythe:          as, ss
Herb Bushler:           el-b
John Clark:             frh, el-g
Sue Evans:              dr, timpani, perc
Masabumi Kikuchi:       keyb
Pete Levin:             clavinet, mini Moog
Ernie Royal:            tp, flh
Dave Sanborn:           as, ss, sopranino sax, fl
Lew Soloff:             tp, piccolo tp
Bob Stewart:            tu, flh

rec. live at the Royal Festival Hall, London, Feb 25, 1978

Remark: Track 3 is an impressive feature for Hannibal. On the other tracks he does
not solo.


35: HANNIBAL & THE SUNRISE ORCHESTRA "The Light"
Baystate RVS-6023 (LP)
Baystate BVCJ-1033 (CD, 1994)

 1) To Find The Path                            (Hannibal)             ( 3:26)
 2) To Search The Inner World                   (Hannibal)             (15:56)
 3) From Blindness Traveling                    (Hannibal)             ( 4:50)
 4) For Strength And Wisdom Enough              (Hannibal)             (11:32)
 5) The Light                                   (Hannibal)             (14:15)

"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp, koto, bells
Michael Cochrane:	p
Diedre Murray:		c
Cecil McBee:            b
David Lee:              dr, perc
Frank Wright (5):       bcl, ts
Marcella Allen (2,5):   voc
Stanley Robinson (2,5): conga
Roland Love (2,5):      conga

rec. April 30 & May 2, 1978, NYC


36: HANNIBAL MARVIN PETERSON "Naima"
East World EWLF-98004 (LP)

 1) Naima                                       (Coltrane)
 2) In A Sentimental Mood                       (Ellington)

"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp
Kenny Barron:           p
Cecil McBee:            b
Billy Hart:             dr
Diedre Murray:          c (2 only)

rec. July 1978, NYC


37: HANNIBAL MARVIN PETERSON "Tribute"
Baystate RJL-2602 (LP, 1983)
Baystate BVCJ-1034 (CD, 1994)
(perhaps there is also a CD re-issue entitled "St. Louis Blues")

1) Even Steven                                  (Hannibal)             (10:56)
2) Dahomey Dance                                (Coltrane)             (13:13)
3) St. Louis Blues                              (Handy)                ( 6:10)
4) Well You Need'nt                             (Monk)                 ( 8:33)
5) Misty                                        (Garner)               ( 8:50)

"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp
Michael Cochrane:       p
Diedre Murray:          c
Erroll Waters:          b
Makaya Ntshoko:         dr

remark: track 5 is a duo of Hannibal and Ntshoko

rec. Jan 16, 1979, Tokyo


38: GIL EVANS "Live At The Public Theater, New York 1980, Vol. 1"
Trio PAP9233 (LP, 1980)
Evidence ECD22089-2 (CD, 1994)

 1) Anita's Dance                               (Evans)                (17:11)
 2) Jelly Rolls                                 (Evans)                ( 4:48)
 3) Alyrio                                      (Evans)                ( 3:14)
 4) Variation on the Misery                     (Evans)                ( 6:20)
 5) Orgone                                      (Evans)                ( 7:51)
 6) Up From the Skies                           (Hendrix)

personnel and rec. date same as next


39: GIL EVANS "Live at the Public Theater, New York 1980 Vol. 2"
Trio PAP925016 (LP, 1980)
Evidence ECD22090-2 (CD, 1994)
 
 1) Copenhagen Sight                            (Evans)                ( 6:27)
 2) Zee Zee                                     (Evans)                (11:02)
 3) Sirhan's Blues                              (J.B.Brooks)           ( 7:41)
 4) Stone Free                                  (Hendrix)              (14:14)
 5) Orange Was the Colour...                    (Mingus)               ( 9:33)

"Hannibal" M. Peterson,              | John Clark:             frh           
Lew Soloff,                          | Masabumi Kikuchi:       synth, org   
Jon Faddis:             tp           | Pete Levin:             synth, clavinet
Arthur Blythe:          as, ss       | Tim Landers:            el-b
Hamiet Bluiett:         fl           | Alyrio Lima:            perc		
George Lewis:           tb           | Billy Cobham:           dr
Dave Bargeron:          tb, tu       | Gil Evans:              p, el-p

rec. at The Public Theater, New York, Feb 8 & 9, 1980


40: LEONARD LONERGAN / HANNIBAL PETERSON "The Universe Is Not For Sale"
Smackdab Records SD1001 (LP)

 1) The Universe Is Not For Sale               (Lonergan)             ( 4:38)
 2) Saint Mingus                            (Lonergan/Hannibal/Barber)( 3:39)
 3) Saint Mingus Pt. 2                      (Lonergan/Hannibal/Barber)( 4:38)
 4) Nightriffer                                (Lonergan)             ( 4:59)
 5) Sundowning                                 (Lonergan)             ( 3:38)
 6) Hello, Thelonious                       (Lonergan/Hannibal/Barber)( 5:07)
 7) Me, The People                             (Lonergan)             ( 3:30)
 8) Dreams Parting The Blue Air                (Lonergan)             (11:12)
 9) Pushing ink                                (Lonergan)             ( 4:15)

Leonard Lonergan:       ss            | Grover Page:            p        
"Hannibal" M. Peterson,               | Wesley Butler:          synth    
Willis Carter:          tp            | Buddy Collins:          g        
Lucas Mason:            fl            | Sam Tillman:            b, g
Bill Barber:            tu            | Nathan Battles:         dr
Calvin Hayes:           as            | Whitney Booth:          perc
     
probably rec. 1980
remark: tracks 2,3,6 are trio improvisations by Lonergan, Hannibal and Barber


41: HANNIBAL "The Angels Of Atlanta"
enja 3085 (LP 1981; CD 1994)

 1) The Angels Of Atlanta                       (Hannibal)             (12:34)
 2) The Story Teller                            (Hannibal)             ( 8:50)
 3) The Inner Voice                             (P.Peterson)           ( 6:35)
 4) Mother's Land                               (Hannibal)             ( 5:04)
 5) Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child    (trad.)                (10:17)

"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp
George Adams:           ts
Kenny Barron:           p
Diedre Murray:          c
Cecil McBee:            b
Dannie Richmond:        dr
Pat Peterson:           voc
The Harlem Boys Choir, directed by Walter Turnbull

rec. Feb 15 & 19, 1981


42: GIL EVANS BIG BAND "Lunar Eclypse"
New Tone nt 6711 (CD, 1993)

 1) Lunar Eclypse                               (Evans)
 2) Variation On The Misery                     (Evans)
 3) Jelly Rolls                                 (Evans)
 4) Drizzling Rain                              (Evans)

Gil Evans:              p, cond, arr  | Steve Grossman:         ss, ts     
Miles Evans:            tp            | David Sanborn:          as (4) 
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp, voc, perc | Pete Levin:             keyb
Lew Soloff:             tp            | Hiram Bullock:          el-g (2,3)
George Lewis:           tb            | Luico Hopper:           el-b (2,3)
Dave Bargeron:          tb, tu        | Buster Williams:        b (4)
Howard Johnson:         tu (1)        | Anita Evans:            perc
Steve Lacy:             ss (4)        | Omar Hakim:             dr
  
(1) recorded in Bolzano, Italy on July 13, 1981
(2) recorded in Copenhagen, Denmark on July 9, 1981
(3) recorded in Pori, Finland on July 11, 1981
(4) recorded at the New Morning in Paris, France on July 23, 1981


43: HANNIBAL "Poem Song"
Mole 6 (LP, 1981)

 1) Poem Song                                   (Hannibal)             (14:06)
 2) All Blues                                   (M.Davis)              (13:05)
 3) Misty                                       (E.Garner)             (12:40)
 4) Africa                                      (Hannibal)             (19:16)

"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp
Don Weller:             ts
Martin Blackwell:       p
Dave Green:             b
Bryan Spring:           dr

rec. live at the 100 Club, London, Nov 2, 1981


44: KIP HANRAHAN "Desire Develops An Edge"
american clavé CD 1008/9 (CD, 1986)

 ?) What Is This Dance, Anyway?                (Nemours JN-Baptiste et al.)

Jack Bruce:             voice, el-b
Frisner Augustin:       tambou
Milton Cardona,
Puntilla Orlando Rios,
Gene Golden:            cong
Elysee Pyronneau,
Jean Claude Jean:       el-g
Ricky Ford,
John Stubblefield:      ts
Farley:                 voice
Teo Macero:             as
Mario Rivera:           bs
"Hannibal" M. Peterson,
Zalez:                  tp

rec. July/August/September 1982 or April/June 1983
Remark: Hannibal does not solo;
+ 8 further tracks without Hannibal


45: WAS (NOT WAS) "Born to Laugh at Tornadoes"
Geffen GHS 4016 (LP, 1983)

 5) Man vs. the Empire Brain Building           (D.Was/D.Was)            ( 4:00)

"featuring the trumpet stylings of Marvin 'Hannibal' Petersen" (liner notes)
The Was Bros.,
Felix & Jarvis,
Carol Hall,
Ada Griffin,
Chris Blackwell:         lead voc
Don Was:                 Linn drums, emulator horns, cello, tympani
David Was:               fl, tp
Luis Resto:              Moog b, p, Oberheim OBXA
Randy Jacobs:            b, g
Lori Jeri & Peter James: ooh wah oohs
+ 12 background vocals
+ The Wasaquarium Foot Choir

rec. between Nov 1982 and June 1983 (period for the entire album)
9 further tracks without Hannibal


46: "Jazzbühne Berlin '83"
Amiga 856 035 (LP)

 4) Flames Of South Africa                      (Hannibal)              ( 7:40)

"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp
Pat Peterson:           voc
Ron Burton:             p
Don Pate:               b
Allan Nelson:           d

recorded at the Volksbühne Berlin, East-Berlin, June 24-26, 1983
5 further tracks of other groups without Hannibal


47: GIL EVANS "Live At Sweet Basil"
King Records K19P9395-6 (2LP, Japan, 1985)
Electric Bird K 23P 6355-6 (2CDs)

 1) Parabola                                    (A.Shorter)
 2) Voodoo Chile                                (Hendrix)
 3) Orange Was The Colour Of Her Dress Then Blue Silk (Mingus)
 4) Prince Of Darkness                          (H.Hancock)
 5) Blues in C                                  (C.Parker)
    John's Memory
    Cheryl
    Bird Feathers
    Relaxin' At The Camarillo
 6) Goodbye Pork Pie Hat                        (Mingus)
 7) Up From The Skies                           (Hendrix)

The original Japanese release (King) has the following extra cut:
 x) London                                                             (18:34)

personnel and rec. date same as next


48: GIL EVANS "Live At Sweet Basil Vol. 2"
King Records (Japan)
Gramavision 18-8708 (2LPs, 2CDs)
Electric Bird K 19P 6421/2 (2CDs)

 1) Jelly Roll                                  (Evans)                (11:15)
 2) Friday The 13th                             (Monk)                 (13:44)
 3) Gone                                        (Evans)                (16:00)
 4) Prelude To Stone Free                       (Evans)                ( 8:42)
 5) Stone Free                                  (J.Hendrix)            (14:00)
 6) Snowflake Bop                               (Anita Evans)          (16:58)

Gil Evans and The Monday Night Orchestra:
Gil Evans:              p, el-p       | Howard Johnson:         bcl, bs, tu 
"Hannibal" M. Peterson,               | George Adams:           ts            
Lew Soloff,                           | Pete Levin:             synth
Shunzo Ohno,                          | Hiram Bullock:          g
Miles Evans:            tp            | Mark Egan:              b
Tom Malone:             tb            | Adam Nussbaum:          dr
Chris Hunter:           as            | Mino Cinelu:            perc

rec. Aug 20 & 27, 1984

remark: Hannibal has no solo on Vol.2


49: GEORGE ADAMS, HANNIBAL & FRIENDS "More Sightings"
enja 4084 (LP)
JMT (CD, 1994)

 1) More Sightings                              (Adams)                ( 5:00)
 2) Don't Take Your Love From Me                (Henry Nemo)           ( 6:47)
 3) Soul Brothers                               (Hannibal)             ( 7:33)
 4) Do We Know Where We Are Going?              (Scofield)             ( 5:07)
 5) Melanie                                     (Hannibal)             ( 8:57)
 6) I Could Really Go For You                   (Adams)                ( 6:48)

"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp
George Adams:           ts, voc (6)
John Scofield:          g
Ron Burton:             p
Walter Schmocker:       b
Allen Nelson:           dr

Remark: (2) is a duo of Adams & Burton

Sept 9, 1984, live at the Club Bazillus, Zurich


50: GIL EVANS ORCHESTRA "A Tribute To Gil"
Soul Note SOO 121209 (LP, CD)

 1) Prelude To Orgone                           (G.Evans)              ( 4:18)
 2) Orgone                                      (G.Evans)              (15:42)
 3) Moonstruck One                              (R.Robertson)          ( 1:44)
 4) London                                      (G.Evans)              (16:31)
 5) Duet                                        (U.Dudziak/G.Goldstein)( 6:59)
 6) Eleven                                      (G.Evans)              ( 1:05)

Lew Soloff,
"Hannibal" M. Peterson,
Miles Evans:            tp
John Clark:             frh
David Bargeron:         tb, tuba
David Taylor:           b-tb
Tom Malone:             tuba, bs, ts
Chris Hunter:           as, fl
Alex Foster:            ts, ss
Michael Urbaniak:       e-violin
Gil Goldstein:          concertmster p, synth
Peter Levin:            synth
Bireli Lagrene:         el-g
Mark Egan:              el-b
Anita Evans:            perc, voice
Danny Gottlieb:         dr
Urszula Dudziak:        voice, el. vocalization

rec. July 8 & 24, 1988 at Umbria and Sicilia Jazz Festivals, Italy;
Remark: Hannibal does not solo


51: HANNIBAL "Visions Of A New World"
Atlantic 781 973-1 (LP, 1989)

 1) Visions Of A New World                      (Hannibal)
 2) A Song Of Peace                             (Hannibal)
 3) A Mother's Love                             (Hannibal)
 4) Life Is More Than You Know                  (Hannibal)
 5) Free Mandela                                (Hannibal)
 6) Our Love Will Tell                          (Hannibal)
 7) Diamonds Without Fire                       (Hannibal)
 8) Fire In The Hole                            (Hannibal)

lead voc: Hannibal, Dee Dee Bridgewater
tp:       Hannibal
keyb:     Clyde Criner, Carl Bourelly
dr:       Omar Hakim, Carl Bourelly (drum program on 1), Leslie Ming (1)
b:        Marcus Miller (3,5,7), Angus Nones (1), Clyde Criner (keyb-b on 2)
g:        Jean Paul Bourelly, Ronnie Drayton (1)
c:        Diedre Murray
perc:     Warren Smith (perc & bass marimba), Steve Thornton, Steve Moss (1)
back.voc: Branice McKenzie, Drew Richards, Sharon Brooks, Ollie Rasberry, Elene Germaine
back.voc on 5: Rev. Calvin Butts, Nile Peterson, Cary Paul McBee, Louisa McBee,
          Cecil McBee, Kimberly Cohen

The song lyrics (probably by Hannibal) are printed on the cover.
rec. date not specified, most likely 1988 or 1989


52: HANNIBAL MARVIN PETERSON meets SERENE "Kiss On The Bridge"
Ear-Rational ECD 1020 (CD, Germany)

 1) Annabelle Lee                               (Hannibal)             (16:15)
 2) Mandelas Dream                              (Hannibal)             (26:58)
 3) Welcome                                     (Serene)               (13:41)
 4) Free South Africa                           (Hannibal)             (15:41)

Personnel and rec. date same as next


53: HANNIBAL MARVIN PETERSON meets SERENE "Crossings"
Ear-Rational ECD 1023 (CD, 1991, Germany)

 1) Soul Brothers                               (Hannibal)             (15:09)
 2) Hut ab                                      (Henning)              (18:57)
 3) In a Sentimental Mood                       (Ellington)            ( 9:19)
 4) Um Sieben                                   (Serene)               (12:30)

"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp, voc
Johannes Barthelmes:    ts, ss
Michael Henning:        p
Fred Stern:             b
Michael Landmesser:     dr

rec. live at the Jazz Club Quasimodo, Berlin, Jan 28, 1990


54: GEORGE ADAMS "Old Feeling"
somethin'else TOCJ-5537 (CD, 1991, Japan)

 1) That Old Feeling                            (L.Brown/S.Fain)       ( 7:15)
 2) The Wanderer                                (J.P.Bourelly)         ( 8:47)
 3) As Time Goes By                             (H.Hupfeld)            ( 8:00)
 4) Melody For Monet                            (G.Adams)              ( 6:13)
 5) Just The Way You Are                        (Billy Joel)           ( 6:32)
 6) The Cry                                     (Hannibal)             ( 7:49)

George Adams:           ts, voc (1)
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp
Jean Paul Bourelly:     el-g
Santi DeBriano:         b
Lewis Nash:             dr
Ray Gallon:             p (3)

rec. NYC, March 11 & 12, 1991


55: ANDREW CYRILLE QUINTET "My Friend Louis"
DIW-858 (CD, 1992, Japan)

 1) Soul Brother (Dedicated to Malcolm X)       (Hannibal)             ( 9:25)
 2) South Of The Border Serenade                (S.Colson)             ( 6:43)
 3) The Prophet                                 (E.Dolphy)             ( 6:32)
 4) Shell                                       (Cyrille)              ( 8:35)
 5) Kiss On The Bridge                          (Hannibal)             ( 8:01)
 6) Tap Dancer                                  (O.Lake)               ( 5:55)
 7) Where's Nine                                (R.Workman)            ( 3:34)
 8) My Friend Louis (Dedicated to Louis Moholo) (Cyrille)              (14:02)

Andrew Cyrille:         dr
"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp (not on 3)
Oliver Lake:            ss, as (not on 5)
Adegoke Steve Colson:   p
Reginald Workman:       b
Tatsuya Nakamura:       dr

rec. Nov 18 & 19, 1991


56: NEW YORK UNIT "Now's The Time"
King Record KICJ 108 (CD, 1992, Japan)

 1) Nothing Ever Changes My Love For You        (M.Fisher/J.Segal)     ( 5:16)
 2) In a Semtimental Mood                       (Ellington)            ( 9:19)
 3) Now's The Time                              (Ch.Parker)            ( 6:14)
 4) Smoke Gets In Your Eyes                     (O.Harbach/J.Kern)     ( 6:40)
 5) South Of The Border                         (S.Colson)             ( 6:07)
 6) Only You                                    (B.Ram/A.Rand)         ( 4:49)
 7) Turquoise                                   (E.Wood)               ( 6:54)
 8) Glory Glory Hallelujah                      (trad.)                ( 6:14)
 9) When The Saints Go Marching In              (trad.)                ( 4:17)

"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp, voc (8); not on (6)
John Hicks:             p
Richard Davis:          b
Tatsuya Nakamura:       dr

rec. March 15, 1992



57: HANNIBAL PETERSON "One With The Wind"
Muse 1656 5523 2 (CD, 1994)

 1) Nile's Song                                 (Hannibal)             ( 6:40)
 2) God Bless the Child                         (B.Holiday/A.Herzog)   ( 6:09)
 3) One With the Wind                           (C.Brooks III)         ( 7:40)
 4) Misty                                       (E.Garner              ( 6:20)
 5) Change Is Going To Come                     (S.Cooke)              ( 4:20)
 6) Glow                                        (A.S.Colson)           ( 6:49)
 7) Revelation                                  (M.Cochrane)           ( 5:51)
 8) Since She Went Away                         (L.Plaxico)            ( 5:06)
 9) Echos                                       (C.Brooks III/J.Ford)  ( 7:52)

"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp
Joe Ford:               as, ss
Michael Cochrane:       p
Lonnie Plaxico:         b
Jeff Haynes:            perc
Cecil Brooks III:       dr

rec. Sept 3, 1993, NYC


58: NEW YORK UNIT "Akari"
Apollon APCZ-8020 (CD, Japan, 1995)

1) Manha do Carnaval                            (L.Bonfa/A.Maria)     ( 7:10)
2) Tenderly                                     (J.Lawrence/W.Gross)  ( 7:27)
3) Willow Weep For Me                           (A.Ronell)            ( 7:56)
4) Gentle Rain                                  (L.Bonfa/M.Dubey)     ( 6:41)
5) Smile                               (C.Chaplin/J.Turner/G.Parsons) ( 5:20)
6) Lover Man                        (E.J.Davis/R.Ramirez/J.J.Sherman) ( 6:58)
7) Moonlight In Vermont                     (K.Suessdorf/J.Blackburn) ( 8:33)
8) Reminiscing                                  (G.Duvivier)          ( 5:57)

"Hannibal" M. Peterson: tp (not on 8)
John Hicks:             p
Richard Davis:          b
Tatsuya Nakamura:       dr

rec. Aug 3, 1994


59: HANNIBAL PETERSON "African Portraits"
Teldec 4509-98802-2 (CD, 1995)

Act 1: The Drum and the Cross
 1) Libation: Harvest, 16th Century West Africa; Griot: "Dafengba!"    ( 2:28)
 2) Chorus: "Duwa beh"                                                 ( 3:53)
 3) Attack/Subjugation                                                 ( 8:37)
 4) The Middle Passage                                                 ( 4:52)

Act 2: The Land of Milk and Honey
 5) Auction: Potter's Mart, Charleston, South Carolina, 1833           ( 2:32)
 6) Wailing Song (Ruben Gonzales: Solo Violin)                         ( 1:14)
 7) Victor Nelson's Cotton Field, Elgin, Texas, 1940                   ( 5:36)
 8) Music Man, Shaw, Mississippi, Delta Swamp, 1945                    ( 3:12)
 9) The Three Deuces Club, 52nd Street, New York City, 1952            (10:47)
10) Chorus: "You can find a way"                                       ( 2:48)
11) 400 years ago today - Living inside the clear glass cell
    Bensonhurst, New York, 1989                                        ( 1:52)
12) Redemption                                                         ( 3:01)
13) Epilogue: Kora                                                     ( 1:04)

Alhaji "Papa" Bunka Susso: griot (kora) (1,3,11,13)
Eye Plus One Drumers:      african drums (2.10)
Jevetta Steele:            gospel singer (6,7)
David "Honeyboy" Edwards:  blues singer (8)
Hannibal Lokumbe Quartet
  Hannibal Lokumbe:        tp
  Ron Burton:              p
  Cecil McBee:             b
  Cecil Brooks III:        dr
Barton Green:              tenor (2,3,4)
David Van Abbema:          baritone (2,3,4,5)
Theodore Jones:            baritone (5)
Brian Smith:               boy soprano (4)
Morgan State University Choir
Kennedy-King College Community Chorus
Doris Ward Workshop Chorale
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Daniel Barenboim

rec. live, Orchestra Hall, Chicago, May 1995


    
    

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