We remember Milt Jackson. ‘The Jackson Vibe’

This day (October 9, 1999), in Manhattan, New York, died Milt Jackson, an American jazz vibraphonist,.

DIGEST

Digest Tracklist :

Bag’S Groove . The Prophet Speaks (1999) . w/ Benny Golson & Art Farmer & Nhøp – Blues For Diahann (1997) . Take The A Train (1994) . Live In Japan (1990) .

TOP 10

Milt Jackson Top 10 :

Bags’ Groove . Tahiti . Lillie . What’s New . People Make The World Go Round . On the Scene . Enchanted Lady . Don’t Get Around Much Anymore . All the Things You Are . Sunflower .

SELECTED ALBUMS

Recorded on December 24, 1954 and October 26, 1956, Miles Davis and the Modern Jazz Giants is an album by Miles Davis with Thelonious Monk and Milt Jackson. >>

Recorded on December 12, 1972 and December, 1973, Goodbye is an album by Milt Jackson. >>

Recorded in December, 1961, Bags Meets Wes! is a collaboration album by Milt Jackson and Wes Montgomery. >>

Recorded on February 1-3, 1988, For Ellington is a tribute album by the Modern Jazz Quartet. >>

Recorded on January 20, 1983, Two of the Few is a studio album by Oscar Peterson and Milt Jackson. >>

Milt Jackson’s Wizard of the Vibes is an album recorded on July 2, 1948 with the Thelonious Monk Quintet and on April 7, 1952 with the Modern Jazz Quartet plus Lou Donaldson. >>

Recorded on January 24, 25 & 29 and February 2, 1962, Lonely Woman is an album by the Modern Jazz Quartet. >>

Recorded from January 22 till February 14, 1956, Fontessa is an album by the Modern Jazz Quartet. >>

Recorded on January 5 & 7, 1957, Plenty, Plenty Soul is an album by Milt Jackson. >>

Recorded on August 3 & 31, 1958, The Modern Jazz Quartet at Music Inn Volume 2 is a live album by the Modern Jazz Quartet with Sonny Rollins appearing on two numbers. >>

European Concert par le Modern Jazz Quartet est un album live enregistré les 11, 12 & 13 avril 1960 en Suède. >>

Recorded on August 22 & 25 and December 21, 1959 and January 15, 1960,Pyramid is an album by the Modern Jazz Quartet. >>

Recorded between March 16 & 20, 1987, Three Windows is an album by the Modern Jazz Quartet with the New York Chamber Symphony. >>

Recorded on January 27, February 21, March 13, 1961, Know What I Mean? is an album by Julian Cannonball Adderley with Bill Evans and the rhythm section of the Modern Jazz Quartet. >>

‘Bags & Trane’ by Milt Jackson a& John Coltrane is an album (taking its title from their nicknames) recorded on January 15, 1959 with Hank Jones. Paul Chambers and Connie Kay and released in December 1961 by Atlantic Records. >>

Recorded on August 5, 1955, Quintet / Sextet is a studio album by Miles Davis and Milt Jackson with Jackie McLean. >>

Recorded on January 17, December 17, 1951 & October 7, 1953, Sonny Rollins with the Modern Jazz Quartet is an album by Sonny Rollins, including four tracks performed with the Modern Jazz Quartet. >>

Collaboration by the Modern Jazz Quartet & Laurindo Almeida is an album recorded on July 21, 1964. >>

MORE VIDEOS

[1984] Milt Jackson (vib) will share the stage with Cedar Walton (p), Micky Roker (d) and Ray Brown (b) at Jazz Fest in Hamburg,Germany >> 73 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1996] Milt Jackson (vb), Benny Golson (ts), Art Farmer (tp), Ulf Wakenius (g), Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen (b), Jonas Johansen (d), Kenny Kirkland (p), Toots Thielemans (harm) and Max Roach (d) will share the stage at Große Konzertscheue in Salzau, Germany for Jazzbaltica >> 73 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1961] you do not want to miss the Modern Jazz Quartet – that is John Lewis (p), Milt Jackson (vb), Percy Heath (b) & Connie Kay (d) -.at Jazz Casual on NET. >> 29 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1994] the Milt Jackson Quintet featuring Jimmy Heath and his brother Percy Heath performs outdoors at Grant’s Tomb near Riverside Church in Harlem, New-York City >> 75 MINUTES on RVM >>

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Wikipedia : This day (October 9, 1999), in Manhattan, New York, died Milt Jackson, an American jazz vibraphonist,.

Milt Jackson : Jackson soon surpassed both of them in significance and, despite the rise of other players (including Bobby Hutcherson and Gary Burton), still won the popularity polls throughout the decades.

@allmusic : Before Jackson, there were only two major vibraphonists: Lionel Hampton and Red Norvo. Jackson soon surpassed both of them in significance and, despite the rise of other players (including Bobby Hutcherson and Gary Burton), still won the popularity polls throughout the decades.

@last.fm : In the Gillespie big band one of his jobs was to play in a quartet with John Lewis, Percy Heath, and Kenny Clarke while the horn section took a break from the demanding high-register horn parts. This group became the Modern Jazz Quartet (MJQ)

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