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Milt Jackson & Sonny Stitt - In the Beginning (1969) 320 kbps

5-04-2015, 09:32
Music | Jazz

Milt Jackson & Sonny Stitt - In the Beginning (1969) 320 kbps

Artist: Milt Jackson & Sonny Stitt
Title Of Album: In the Beginning
Year Of Release: 1969
Label: Galaxy, OJC
Genre: Jazz, Bop
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 43:30
Total Size: 106 MB(+3%)


1. Body and Soul 2:24
2. 3rd Song (Silver Slipper) 2:19
3. Red Shoes 2:22
4. Be Bop Blues 2:15
5. Royal Wedding 2:28
6. Fine and Dandy 2:24
7. Stardust 2:18
8. Ratio And Proportion 2:17
9. Slits 2:36
10. Baggy Eyes 2:27
11. In A Beautiful Mood 3:00
12. Baggy's Blues ( 2:44
13. Suade Jacket 2:57
14. Suade Jacket Alt. Take 2:53
15. Lion's Roar ( 2:52
16. Scamper Roo 2:53
17. Relaxin' 2:14

personnel :

Sonny Stitt - Alto Saxophone
Milt Jackson - Vibraphone
Russell Jacquet - Trumpet
Charles Thompson - Piano
John Lewis - Piano
Al Jackson - Double Bass
Kenny Clarke - Drums
Chano Pozo - Conga

This is a very interesting CD, particularly for bop collectors, since it contains very rare early performances by altoist Sonny Stitt and vibraphonist Milt Jackson; some of the titles were originally under trumpeter Russell Jacquet's name. There are eight songs by a quintet with Stitt, Jacquet and pianist Sir Charles Thompson, what could be considered the first Modern Jazz Quartet records (actually a quintet with Milt Jackson, pianist John Lewis, drummer Kenny Clarke, bassist Al Jackson and Chano Pozo on congas) and five songs from a septet with Jacquet, Stitt, trombonist J.J. Johnson and baritonist Leo Parker. Recorded in Detroit for the tiny Galaxy label, these performances are not essential but they do give listeners an early glimpse at the future stars. ~ Scott Yanow

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