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Milt Jackson And His Gold Medal Winners - Brother Jim flac album
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Brother Jim
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Milt Jackson And His Gold Medal Winners
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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.

Milt Jackson And His Gold Medal Winners - Brother Jim (Pablo 23116). The Modern Jazz Quartet - "Topsy" This One's For Basie (Pablo 23117). The Modern Jazz Quartet - "Topsy" This One's For Basie (Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1073-2). List of albums/singles by catalogue number: Milt Jackson Catalog - album index. List of sessions by recorded date & location: Milt Jackson Discography - session index.

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Invitation is an album by vibraphonist Milt Jackson's Sextet featuring performances recorded in 1962 and released on the Riverside label. It's not essential but Milt Jackson fans will enjoy this music". All compositions by Milt Jackson except as indicated. Invitation" (Bronislaw Kaper, Paul Francis Webster) - 3:55.

Milton "Bags" Jackson (January 1, 1923 – October 9, 1999) was an American jazz vibraphonist, usually thought of as a bebop player, although he performed in several jazz idioms. A very expressive player, Jackson differentiated himself from other vibraphonists in his attention to variations on harmonics and rhythm

Tracklist

Brother Jim 4:44
Ill Wind 3:57
Rhythm-A-Ning 6:24
Sudden Death 7:23
How High The Moon 3:45
Back To Bologna 5:50
Sleeves 4:54
Lullaby Of The Leaves 3:46
The Weasel 6:13

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
2310-916 Milt Jackson And His Gold Medal Winners Brother Jim ‎(LP, Dig) Pablo Records 2310-916 US 1987
2310-916 Milt Jackson And His Gold Medal Winners Brother Jim ‎(LP, Album) Pablo Records 2310-916 Germany 1985
52310-916, 52310 916 Milt Jackson And His Gold Medal Winners Brother Jim ‎(Cass, Album, Dol) Pablo Records, Fantasy 52310-916, 52310 916 US 1986
2310-916, PACD-2310-916-2 Milt Jackson And His Gold Medal Winners Brother Jim ‎(CD, Album) Pablo Records, Pablo Records 2310-916, PACD-2310-916-2 Japan 1987