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                  Make life worth dying for...     --      Rock Solomon

Heather Hammond
NorthWest Jazz Musician

Ancient Ballad
1968
Triste

2002
Whiffenpoof

1997
Joey

1968
...Ipanema

1994
Tenderly

1997
Glocca Mora

2006
Birdsziz

1968
Soon...Rain

1968
2 Ravens

1968
Just Friends

2006
Harlem Nocturne

2002

Glocca Mora and Just Friends
piano - Bob Woll
bass - Jerry Heldman
drums - Prentice Drew
tenor - (white) Joe Brazil
(in Seattle there's a white Joe Brazil and a black Joe Brazil and they both play tenor)

Triste
bass - Loa Allebach

Harlem Nocturne
trumpet - Jim Knodle
bass - Loa Allebach
Heather Hammond  
1998

photo by RockSolomon


 
Cafe Orpheus - Portland 1966
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2001

- photo by Julia Heldman



hh@heatherhammond.com

1998

photo by RockSolomon


 
photo by John Rau circa 1967     

HH with Jerry Heldman on piano, circa 1967, at his jazz                    
coffeehouse, The Llahngaelhyn, in Seattle.                                
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