|Friends Old and New|
|Studio album by John Hicks|
|Recorded||January 14, 1992|
|Studio||BMG Studios, New York City|
|Label|| Novus |
|John Hicks chronology|
Friends Old and New is an album led by pianist John Hicks, recorded in 1992.
John Josephus Hicks, Jr. was an American jazz pianist, composer, and arranger. He was leader for more than 30 recordings and played as a sideman on more than 300.
The album was recorded at BMG Studios in New York City on January 14, 1992.It was produced by Bob Thiele. The musicians were pianist John Hicks, trumpeters Greg Gisbert and Clark Terry, trombonist Al Grey, tenor saxophonist Joshua Redman, bassist Ron Carter, and drummer Grady Tate. "I Want to Talk About You" is a trio track.
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Friends Old and New was released by Novus Records.
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