8 thoughts on “ Our Delight - Milt Jackson, J.J. Johnson, Ray Brown - Jackson, Johnson, Brown, & Company (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Jan 01,  · Milt Jackson on vibes is simply at his melodic and harmonic peak. Ray Brown is probably the greatest and most recorded bassist of all time. JJ Johnson on trombone brings a finese and lyricism not often heard to his instrument. And we get one of the pioneers of jazz guitar, John Collins, who came out of the the big bands of the late s/5(5).
  2. * Jazz Legacy (F) JL 80 J.J. Johnson, Milt Jackson - A Date In New York, Vol. 1 - Jazz Legacy 30 * Period SPL The Birdlanders, Volume 3 * Swing (F) C Various Artists - 50 Ans De Jazz.
  3. ** also released on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD entitled "Jackson, Johnson, Brown & Company". The Milt Jackson Quartet - Soul Route (Pablo ) Milt Jackson, vibes; Gene Harris, piano, electric keyboards; Ray Brown, bass; Mickey Roker, drums. RCA Studios, NYC, November 30 & December 1,
  4. Milt Jackson – Jazz vibraphonist. Mastered Vibes High School. Selected discography. Sources. The unquestioned master of the vibraphone in modern jazz, Milt Jackson exemplified the true jazz musician ’ s ability to understand the music ’ s duality of group thinking and individualism. While most players would have been proud to be present at even one of jazz ’ s great.
  5. Find album release information for Jackson, Johnson, Brown & Company - Milt Jackson, J.J. Johnson, Ray Brown on AllMusic.
  6. Milt Jackson 's third album for CTI – part of a wonderful run that really helped him redefine his sound in the 70s! The album's got the electric approach you'd expect from the label – a great change from the sound of Jackson in the Modern Jazz Quartet, and a surprisingly great setting for his wonderful work on vibes! Milt 's laidback style is perfect for the CTI mode – open, flowing, and.
  7. LP, Vinyl record album (Later pressing.) 4. The team of Milt Jackson and Ray Brown was one of the greatest ideas in jazz to come out of the 60s – and by the time of this late 70s concert, the pair were still going strong together! Jackson, Johnson, Brown, and company.

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