Hannibal Marvin Peterson Catalog

1968 (age 20)

Marvin Peterson And The Soulmasters In Concert  (Century Records 32768)

Marvin Peterson, trumpet, vocals; Cleveland Gay, trombone; Mike Campbell, alto sax; Tim Peterson, tenor, alto sax, flute; Eugene "Gov" Carrier, organ, tambourine; Eugene "Spare Time" Murray, Richard "Dick" Thompson, bass; Emry "Wild Child" Thomas, drums.
"The Burning Bush", Denton, TX, November, 1968
Groove For Otis
Five Foot Even
Conversation
Our Groove
Summertime
I Can't Stand It

1974

Hannibal Marvin Peterson And The Sunrise Orchestra - Children Of The Fire  (Sunrise Records 1944)

Hannibal, trumpet, koto; Art Webb, piccolo, flute; Diedre Murray, cello; Michael Cochran, piano; Richard Davis, bass; Billy Hart (Jabali), drums; Lawrence Killian, congas, bell tree; Barbara Burton, timpani, percussion, drums, bombs, piano #3; Teule Hart, percussion #3; Marvin Tuten, percussion, sitar, bombs; Alpha Johnson, vocals; Waheeda Massey, vocals #1; violins: Stanley Hunte, Myung Hi Kim, Rynae Rocha, violin; John Blake, solo violin; violas: Judith Graves, Julius Miller, viola; David Amram, conductor.
Blue Rock Studio, NYC, released 1974
1.Movement 1. Forest Sunrise: Rhythm Ritual / Song Of Life
2.Movement 2. The Bombing: Prelude
3.Movement 3. Prayer
4.Movement 4. Aftermath: The Ascending Of The Soul
5.Movement 5. Finale

1975

Hannibal And The Sunrise Orchestra - Hannibal  (MPS/BASF (G) 20 22669-7)

Hannibal Marvin Peterson, trumpet, koto, vocals; Diedre Murray, cello; Michael Cochrane, piano; Stafford James, bass; Thabo Michael Carvin, drums, percussion, vocals, whistle, timpani; + Chris Hart, bells, percussion.
Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg, West Germany, July 1 & 2, 1975
The Rabbit
Revelation
Misty
The Voyage
Soul Brother - In Dedication To Malcolm X

1976

Hannibal And The Sunrise Orchestra - Live In Lausanne  (Baystate (J) RVJ-6011)

Hannibal Marvin Peterson, trumpet, koto, bells; Diedre Murray, cello; Michael Cochrane, piano; Stafford James, bass; Thabo Michael Carvin, drums.
live in Lausanne, Switzerland, February, 1976
My Favorite Things
Grandma Suzie
Episode Zero
The Light

Hannibal In Berlin  (MPS (G) 68.152)

Hannibal, trumpet; George Adams, tenor sax; Diedre Murray, cello; Michael Cochrane, piano; Steve Neil, bass; Allen Nelson, drums.
"Berlin Jazz Festival", "The Philharmonie", Berlin, West Germany, November 3, 1976
The 23rd Psalm
Willow Weep For Me
Bessie's Blues
Swing Low Sweet Chariot
My Favorite Things

1977

Hannibal In Antibes  (enja (G) 3011)

Marvin "Hannibal" Peterson, trumpet; George Adams, flute, tenor sax; Diedre Murray, cello; Steve Neil, bass; Makaya Ntshoko, drums.
"Antibes Jazz Festival", Antibes, France, July 20, 1977
Ro
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
** also issued on enja (G) CD 3011-2; Inner City IC 3020.

1978 (age 30)

Hannibal And The Sunrise Orchestra - The Light  (Baystate (J) RVJ-6023)

Hannibal Marvin Peterson, trumpet, koto, bells; Diedre Murray, cello; Michael Cochrane, piano; Cecil McBee, bass; David Lee, drums, percussion; + Frank Wright, bass clarinet #5; Roland Love, Stanley Robinson, congas #2,5; Marcella Allen, voice #2,5.
Downtown Sound Studio, NYC, April 30 & May 2, 1978
1.To Find The Path
2.To Search The Inner World
3.From Blindness Traveling
4.From Strength And Wisdom Enough
5.The Light

'Hannibal' Marvin Peterson - Naima  (Eastworld (J) EWLF-98004)

Marvin Peterson, trumpet; Diedre Murray, cello; Kenneth Barron, piano; Cecil McBee, bass; Billy Hart, drums.
Mediasound, NYC, released 1978
Naima
In A Sentimental Mood

1979

Hannibal Marvin Peterson - Tribute  (Baystate (J) RVJ-6043)

Hannibal Marvin Peterson, trumpet; Diedre Murray, cello; Michael Cochrane, piano; Errol Walters, bass; Makaya Ntshoko, drums.
Media Studio, Tokyo, Japan, January 16, 1979
Even Steven
Dahomey Dance
St. Louis Blues
Well You Needn't
Misty

Hannibal Peterson - The Tribe  (John Hammond World Of Jazz unnumbered)

Hannibal Lokumbe, trumpet, backing vocals; Diedre Murray, cello, vocal arranger, director, producer; Michael Cochrane, piano; T.M. Stevens, electric bass; Billy (Jabali) Hart, drums; + Paula Washington, flute; Art Webb, alto flute; The Drum Song Society, percussion; Mensa Wali, African percussion, Obari's horn/African trumpet; Branice McKenzie, lead vocals, backing vocals, solo vocals #2,4; Pat Peterson, lead vocals, backing vocals, solo vocals #3.
Downtown Sound Studio, NYC, 1979
1.Now Stand
2.A Sacred Multitude
3.Returning To The Ways
4.Of Live And Love And God
5.The Tribe
** also issued on Kindred Spirits (Du) KSFS4LP entitled "Hannibal - The Tribe".

1981

Hannibal - The Angels Of Atlanta  (enja (G) 3085)

Marvin "Hannibal" Peterson, trumpet; George Adams, tenor sax; Diedre Murray, cello; Kenny Barron, piano; Cecil McBee, bass; Dannie Richmond, drums; and Pat Peterson, vocals; The Harlem Boys Choir, Walter Turnbull, choir director.
Sound Ideas Studios, NYC;
Church Of Intercession, NYC, February 15 & 19, 1981
The Angels Of Atlanta
The Story Teller
The Inner Voice
Mother's Land
Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child
** also issued on enja (G) CD 3085-2.

Hannibal - Poem Song  (Mole Jazz (E) MOLE 6)

Hannibal Marvin Peterson, trumpet; Don Weller, tenor sax; Martin Blackwell, piano; Dave Green, bass; Bryan Spring, drums.
"The 100 Club", London, England, November 2, 1981
The Poem Song
All Blues
Misty
Africa

1989 (age 41)

Hannibal - Visions Of A New World  (Atlantic 81973-1)

Hannibal, trumpet; Diedre Murray, cello; Carl Bourelly, Clyde Criner, keyboards; Jean-Paul Bourelly, guitar; Ronnie Drayton, guitar #1; T.M. Stevens, electric bass #1; Marcus Miller, electric bass #3,5,7; Angus Nunes, electric bass #8; Clyde Criner, keyboard bass #2; Omar Hakim, drums; Leslie Ming, drums #1; Carl Bourelly, drum programs #1; Steve Thornton, percussion; Steve Mars, percussion #1; Warren Smith, percussion, bass marimba; Dee Dee Bridgewater, Hannibal, lead vocals; Sharon Brooks, Elena Germaine, Branice McKenzie, Ollie Rasberry, Drew Richards, backing vocals; Rev. Calvin Butts, Kimberley Cohen, Cary Paul McBee, Cecil McBee, Louisa McBee, Nile Peterson, backing vocals #5; Diedre Murray, background vocal arranger.
Sound Ideas Studios, NYC;
RPM Sound Studios, NYC;
Sound On Sound, NYC, released 1989
1.Visions Of A New World
2.A Song Of Peace
3.A Mother's Love
4.Life Is More Than You Know
5.Free Mandela
6.Our Love Will Tell
7.Diamonds Without Fire
8.Fire In The Hole

1990

Hannibal M. Peterson Meets Serene - Kiss On The Bridge  (Ear-Rational Records (G) ECD 1020)

Hannibal Marvin Peterson, trumpet; Johannes Barthelmes, tenor sax; Michael Henning, piano; Fred Stern, bass; Michael Landmesser, drums.
"Quasimodo Jazz-Club", Berlin, West Germany, January 28, 1990
Annabelle Lee
Mandelas Dream
Welcome
Free South Africa

Hannibal M. Peterson Meets Serene - Crossing  (Ear-Rational Records (G) ECD 1023)

Hannibal Marvin Peterson, trumpet; Johannes Barthelmes, tenor sax; Michael Henning, piano; Fred Stern, bass; Michael Landmesser, drums.: same session.
"Quasimodo Jazz-Club", Berlin, West Germany, January 28, 1990
Soul Brothers
Hut Ab
In A Sentimental Mood
Um Sieben

1993

Hannibal - One With The Wind  (Muse MCD 5523)

Hannibal Peterson, trumpet; Joe Ford, alto, soprano sax; Michael Cochrane, piano; Lonnie Plaxico, bass; Cecil Brooks III, drums; Jeff Haynes, percussion.
M&I Recording Studios, NYC, September 3, 1993
Nile's Song
God Bless The Child
One With The Wind
Misty
Change Is Going To Come
Glow
Revelation
Since She Went Away
Echos

1995

Hannibal, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Barenboim - African Portraits  (Teldec (G) 4509-98802-2)

Eye Plus One Drummers, African drummers; David "Honeyboy" Edwards, blues singer; Jevetta Steele, gospel singer; Alhaji "Papa" Bunka Susso, griot; Barton Green, tenor; David Van Abbema, Theodore Jones, baritone; Brian Smith, boy soprano; Doris Ward Workshop Chorale, Kennedy-King College Community Chorus, Morgan State University Choir, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Daniel Barenboim, conductor; Hannibal Lokumbe Quartet: Hannibal Lokumbe, trumpet; Ron Burton, piano; Cecil McBee, bass; Cecil Brooks III, drums.
"Orchestra Hall", Chicago, IL, May, 1995
Act 1, The Drum And The Cross: Libation: Harvest, 16th Century West Africa, Griot: "Dafengba!"
Act 1, The Drum And The Cross: Chorus: "Duwa Beh"
Act 1, The Drum And The Cross: Attack/Subjugation
Act 1, The Drum And The Cross: The Middle Passage
Act 2, The Land Of Milk And Honey: Auction: Potter's Mart, Charleston, South Carolina, 1833
Act 2, The Land Of Milk And Honey: Wailing Song (Ruben Gonzales, Violin)
Act 2, The Land Of Milk And Honey: Victor Nelson's Cotton Field, Elgin, Texas, 1940
Act 2, The Land Of Milk And Honey: Music Man, Shaw, Mississippi, Delta Swamp, 1945
Act 2, The Land Of Milk And Honey: The Three Deuces Club, 52nd Street, New York City, 1952
Act 2, The Land Of Milk And Honey: Chorus: "You Can Find A Way"
Act 2, The Land Of Milk And Honey: 400 Years Ago Today, Living Inside The Clear Glass Cell, Bensonhurst, New York, 1989
Act 2, The Land Of Milk And Honey: Redemption
Act 2, The Land Of Milk And Honey: Epilogue, Kora

2009 (age 61)

Hannibal Lokumbe, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Thomas Wilkins - Dear Mrs. Parks  (Naxos (Hong Kong) 8.559668)

Janice Chandler-Eteme, soprano; Taylor Gardner, child soprano; Jevetta Steele, mezzo-soprano; Kevin Deas, bass; Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Thomas Wilkins, conductor; Rackham Symphony Choir, Suzanne Mallare Acton, choir director; Brazeal Dennard Chorale, Augustus O. Hill, choir director; Hannibal Lokumbe, composer.
"Orchestra Hall", Detroit, MI, March 6-8, 2009
A Prayer For The World / The Over Soul Sends To Us
A Prayer For The World
For We Have Walked The Streets Of Babylon, Forty Thousand Strong
In Sacrifice
For The Future
Seeds Of The World
Songs From Heaven Falling
Like Luminous Rain Upon The Daughters Of Isis
Giving Their Children The Will To Continue
Singing A Prayer For The Souls Of The World