We remember Jackie Mclean. ‘Jackie Left His Bag’

This day (March 31, 2006), in Hartford, Connecticut, died John Lenwood ‘Jackie’ McLean, an American jazz alto saxophonist.

VIDEO DIGEST

Digest Tracklist :

Round Midnight (2004) (1/2) . Round Midnight (2004) (2/2) . w/ Roy Hargrove – tribute to Charlie Parker (1992) . w/ Miles Davis and Friends – Jean-Pierre (1991) . w/ Sadao Watanabe – Confirmation (1988) . w/ Woody Shaw – Sonny’s Crib (1986) . w/ McCoy Tyner,Jack DeJohnette – Passion Dance (1985) . w/ Tete Montoliu – Solar .

TOP 10

Jackie Mclean Top 10 :

Sentimental Journey . Confirmation . When I Fall in Love . Contour . Abstraction . Melody for Melonae . Frankenstein . Love And Hate . I’ll Keep Loving You . Don’t Blame Me .

SELECTED ALBUMS

Capuchin Swing by Jackie McLean is an album recorded on April 17, 1960. >>

Recorded on October 5, 1951, Dig is an album by Miles Davis with Jackie McLean, Sonny Rollins and Art Blakey. >>

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

One Step Beyond by Jackie McLean is an album (one of the two where the pianist is replaced by a vibraphone player) recorded on April 30, 1963. >>

Recorded on January 29, 1965, Right Now! is an album by Jackie McLean. >>

New Soil by Jackie McLean is an album recorded on May 2, 1959. >>

Recorded on September 20, 1963, Destination… Out! is an album by Jackie McLean. >>

Recorded on September 18, 1965, Cornbread is an album by Lee Morgan with Herbie Hancock, Billy Higgins, Jackie McLean, Hank Mobley and Larry Ridley. >>

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[1989] for his 70th birthday, Art Blakey has invited past members of the Jazz Messengers such as Freddie Hubbard, Terence Blanchard, Curtis Fuller, Jackie McLean, Donald Harrison, Benny Golson, Wayne Shorter, Walter Davis, Jr., Buster Williams, Roy Haynes and Michelle Hendricks at Leverkusen Jazz Festival in Germany >> 97 MINUTES on RVM >>

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Wikipedia : This day (March 31, 2006), in Hartford, Connecticut, died John Lenwood ‘Jackie’ McLean, an American jazz alto saxophonist.

@hardbop : Jackie states that Bud Powell is my inspiration. In those afternoon sessions Bud taught him chord changes and imparted the important lesson of time. It was in 1951 that Jackie made his first recordings. These can be heard on Miles Davis’s Dig.

@allmusic : Jackie McLean has long had his own sound, played slightly sharp and with great intensity; he is recognizable within two notes.

@last.fm : As a young man McLean also recorded with Gene Ammons, Charles Mingus, George Wallington, and as a member of Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers (he reportedly joined the Jazz Messengers after being punched by the notoriously violent Mingus and, fearing for his life, brandished a knife and contemplated stabbing him).

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