Milt Jackson And His Gold Medal Winners - Brother Jim flac album
Milt Jackson recorded a couple of dozen albums for Pablo from 1975-85; this CD reissue was the final one before the label drastically slowed down. The vibraphonist's quartet of the period (with pianist Cedar Walton, bassist Bob Cranshaw and drummer Mickey Roker) is augmented by Jimmy Heath and Harold Vick (who both double on soprano and tenor) and, on one song, guitarist Joe Pass. The stimulating instrumentation is sometimes a little unusual (the two sopranos even get to trade off), but the high point is actually Jackson's unaccompanied version of "Lullaby of the Leaves.
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Format: flac, wma, mp3 archive. Milt Jackson And His Gold Medal Winners - Brother Jim MP3 version. Brother Jim (Cass, Album, Dol). Pablo Records, Fantasy. 523116, 52310 916. 1986. Milt Jackson And His Gold Medal Winners - Brother Jim download. Related at Milt Jackson And His Gold Medal Winners - Brother Jim
Sunflower is an album by vibraphonist Milt Jackson recorded in 1972 and released on the CTI label. Assisting Jackson are trumpeter Freddie Hubbard, a star-studded rhythm section composed chiefly of Miles Davis alumni, and, on the first track, string and woodwind accompaniment, courtesy of Don Sebesky. In 1997, Sunflower was reissued on compact disc under Sony Music Entertainment by was of their catalog label Legacy Recordings and Epic Records.
23109 Milt Jackson Ray Brown Quartet - It Don't Mean A Thing If You Can't Tap Your Foot To It 1984. Milt Jackson, vibes; Cedar Walton, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Mickey Roker, drums. RCA Studios, NYC, July, 1984. Dale Carley, Sonny Cohn, Jim Crawford, Bob Summers, Frank Szabo, trumpet; Grover Mitchell, Dennis Wilson, Booty Wood, trombone; Bill Hughes, bass trombone; Danny Turner, Christopher Woods, alto sax, flute; Eric Dixon, Eric Schneider, tenor sax, flute; John Williams, baritone sax; Count Basie, piano; Cleveland Eaton, bass; Dennis Mackrel, drums; Sam Nistico, arranger.
Album title: Brother Jim. Category: Jazz. Milt Jackson And His Gold Medal Winners.
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