Hod O'Brien

Jazz fans all over the world revel in the opportunity to experience Hod's spirited tempos and seasoned pure style as he sets the standard from ballads to bebop that is both rare and true. A master of bebop piano, Hod cut his teeth with Oscar Pettiford Quintet, replacing Bill Evans in the late 50's. A charter member of “the underground of jazz renowned” Hod is being “discovered in his prime” having played with people like Art Farmer, Stan Getz, and Donald Byrd. He's had a number of triumphant tours in Japan and has been featured on the cover of Jazz Journal magazine (England) and in a feature article in Jazz Times, to name a few

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Albums

Live at  Blues Alley-Thrid Set
Live at Blues...

2007
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So That's How It Is
Reservoir
1998
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Videos

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