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In A Sentimental Mood - Milt Jackson With Joshua Redman And Joe Williams - The Prophet Speaks (CD)

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  1. The Prophet Speaks () In A Sentimental Mood () Five O'Clock In The Morning () Ah, Sweet Mystery Of Life () Serious Grease () My Romance () Blue Monk () personnel: Milt Jackson - Vibraphone Joshua Redman - Tenor Saxophone Cedar Walton - Piano John Clayton - Bass Billy Higgins - Drums Joe.
  2. Milton "Bags" Jackson was an American jazz vibraphonist, usually thought of as a bebop player, although he performed in several jazz idioms. He is especially.
  3. Joe Locke and the Milt Jackson Tribute Band: – The Look of Love: piano: Joe Locke and the Milt Jackson Tribute Band: – The Prophet Speaks: piano: Joe Locke and the Milt Jackson Tribute Band: – Used to Be Jackson: piano: Joe Locke and the Milt Jackson.
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  5. 48 years after he first made a major impression on a Dizzy Gillespie recording date, vibraphonist Milt Jackson proves that he was still at the top of his form on this CD. The straight-ahead date finds his quartet (with pianist Cedar Walton, bassist John Clayton and drummer Billy Higgins) welcoming guests Joshua Redman (whose tenor is on six of the dozen selections) and singer Joe Williams, who.
  6. The Prophet Speaks Milt Jackson, Joshua Redman, Joe Williams. Record Label Qwest Records / Year of production Tracks.
  7. The Prophet Speaks - (Milt Jackson) b. 02 Compassion - (Milt Jackson) c. 03 Reunion Blues - (Milt Jackson) d. 04 Namesake - (Milt Jackson) e. 05 The Harem - (Milt Jackson) f. 06 Little Girl Blue - (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart) g. 07 Sa Va Bella (For Lady Legends) - (Milt Jackson.
  8. For this CD, Milt is supported by his working rhythm section of the time (Cedar Walton on piano, John Clayton on bass and drummer Billy Higgins) and joined by a young Joshua Redman (tenor sax) on tracks 1, 3, 4, 5, 8, & 12 and ageless singer Joe Williams on tracks 3, 4, and Each of the musicians contribute stellar solos, especially Clayton/5(3).

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