Lance Hayward at the Half Moon Hotel, Volume 2 – Wikipedia

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1960 studio album by way of Lance Hayward

Lance Hayward on the Part Moon Resort, Quantity 2^ is a 1960 studio album by way of Bermudian jazz pianist Lance Hayward. It’s the follow-up to his 1959 debut Lance Hayward on the Part Moon Resort, and is the second-ever album launched on Chris Blackwell’s Island Information. While the primary album had known as the pianist “Lance Haywood” incorrectly, in this album he’s known correctly.

Historical past[edit]

Lance Hayward had carried out in Jamaica all through the winters of 1957-58 and 1958-59, and all through the 1959-60 season was once employed to steer the home band on the Part Moon Resort in Montego Bay.[1] It was once most probably in overdue 1959 that Chris Blackwell made his first recording of the gang.[2] The second one quantity of Hayward’s recordings for Blackwell was once launched in 1960. The lineup is similar aside from for guitarist Norman Astwood, who changed Frank Rabain. It’s unclear when this recording recording happened. Consistent with the album’s liner notes, the decisions are “essentially the most asked numbers within the Hayward repertoire, all through their wintry weather engagement at Part Moon,” which implies the recording was once accomplished within the spring of 1960. “Outdated Satan Moon” options Jamaican singer Totlyn Jackson, who joined the gang for its summer season 1960 residency on the New Windsor Resort in Hamilton, Bermuda.

The duvet {photograph} of the band at Sundown Seashore, Montego Bay was once taken by way of Horst Ebensberg. The duvet design was once by way of Blackwell’s cousin Barbara DeLisser, the daughter of the Part Moon Resort’s proprietor, Harold DeLisser.

Monitor checklist[edit]

Staff[edit]

  • Lance Hayward – piano and vocal
  • Norman Astwood – guitar
  • Maxwell Smith – bass
  • Totlyn Jackson – vocals (4)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gordon Robinson, “The beginning of Island Information,” Jamaica Gleaner (21 February 2017), A4.
  2. ^ Chris Blackwell, The Islander: My Existence in Song and Past (New York: Gallery Books, 2022), 29.




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