Milt Jackson - The Jazz Skyline album
Milt Jackson - vibraphone Lucky Thomson - tenor-saxophone Hank Jones - piano Wendell Marshall - bass Kenny Clarke - drums. Reply Notify me Helpful. This is a decent ensemble, over all I think I prefer the "Jacksons'ville" album from the same sessions, but this is all decent quality, with some nice blowing from Lucky Thompson on the ballads "Angel Face" and "What's New". My top tune is probably "Sometimes I'm Happy". Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.
2018 Jazz in Paris - Album of 1958. The Greatest Christmas Tracks. Les idoles du Jazz : Cannonball Adderley, Vol. 1. John Coltrane, Cannonball Adderley, Art Blakey, Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers, Milt Jackson. BeBop Jazz, Milt Jackson, Charlie Parker and Miles Davis.
Album · 1956 · 6 Songs. The Art of Milt Jackson. The Very Tall Band (Live At the Blue Note). See All. Four Seasons. Bobby Hutcherson, George Cables, Herbie Lewis & Philly Joe Jones. Coleman Hawkins & Milt Jackson.
By: Milt Jackson (1956, Jazz). More albums from Milt Jackson: Memphis Jackson by Milt Jackson. The Howard McGhee Sextet With Milt Jackson by Milt Jackson. Meet Milt Jackson by Milt Jackson. Bean Bags by Milt Jackson. School Days by Milt Jackson. Ballads & Blues by Milt Jackson. Wizard Of The Vibes by Milt Jackson. Roll ‘Em Bags by Milt Jackson. View all albums . The Jazz Skyline. By: Milt Jackson (1956, Jazz). 2. Can’t Help Lovin’ That Man. 3. The Lady Is A Tramp. 5. Sometimes I’m Happy.
Jackson's Ville is an album by American jazz vibraphonist Milt Jackson featuring performances recorded in 1956 and released on the Savoy label.
The Jazz Skyline is an album by American jazz vibraphonist Milt Jackson featuring performances recorded in 1956 and released on the Savoy label. And despite the many critical assertions that the vibist was restrained by pianist John Lewis' direction, his playing here revealed no marked change".
The Jazz Skyline, 1994. The Lady Is a Tramp, 07:22. Sometimes I'm Happy, 07:19.
From Opus De Jazz to Jazz Skyline released: 1986. It Don't Mean a Thing If You Can't Tap Your Foot to It released: 1984. Soul Brother, Soul Meeting released: 1982. The Best of Milt Jackson released: 1980. A Date in New York released: 1979. Soul Believer released: 1979. Quadrant released: 1977. Feelings released: 1976. Olinga released: 1974. Sunflower released: 1973.
|A2||Can't Help Lovin' That Man|
|A3||The Lady Is A Tramp|
|B2||Sometimes I'm Happy|
- Bass – Wendell Marshall
- Drums – Kenny Clarke
- Piano – Hank Jones
- Producer – Herman Lubinsky
- Tenor Saxophone – Lucky Thompson
- Vibraphone – Milt Jackson
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|MG 12070||Milt Jackson||The Jazz Skyline (LP, Album, Mono, Dee)||Savoy Records||MG 12070||US||1956|
|LTZ-C.15074||Milt Jackson||The Jazz Skyline (LP, Album)||London Records||LTZ-C.15074||UK||1956|
|RM 115||Milt Jackson||What's New (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||Realm, Realm Jazz||RM 115||UK||1963|
|SV-0173||Milt Jackson||The Jazz Skyline (CD, Album)||Savoy Records||SV-0173||Japan||1992|
|SJC 410||Milt Jackson||The Jazz Skyline (LP, Album, RE)||Savoy Jazz||SJC 410||US||1985|