- Red Clay. Freddie Hubbard, Joe Henderson, Herbie Hancock (on guilty pleasure electric piano), Ron Carter, and Lenny White. From 1970, this was Hubbard's first album on CTI after leaving Blue Note Records. Wikipedia classifies it as "Hard bop, jazz fusion, soul jazz." I still have a special affection for the playing of saxophonist Henderson.
- Delphia. Hancock on organ, this time. Hubbard's a "sentimentalist" and "semi-maudlin." Livelier than many of his later recordings.
- Suite Sioux. "A swing tune featuring complex chord changes." This album is one of 1,000 Recordings to Hear Before You Die: A Listener's Life list as it brought Hubbard's "daring, bellicose style to a wider audience." This song is not bellicose, though.
A Tribute to Miles - Jazz Jamboree Warsaw '91
- All Blues (Live). Subtle, if not tepid. Donald Braden on saxophone.