Jackson, Milt - In A New Setting

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Beautiful 1964 Deep Groove Stereo Original. Embossed Gatefold Features Psychedelic Cover Art And Unique Die-Cut Insert Booklet. The “New Setting” On This Superb Quintet Session Is The Surprising - And Surprisingly Complimentary - Addition Of Pianist McCoy Tyner (Who Was Also The Pianist On John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme Recorded During The Same Month). The Rest Of The Group Is More Familiar To Jackson And Includes The Marvelous Tenor Of Jimmy Heath, Bob Cranshaw On Bass And MJQ Drummer Connie Kay. Here, On The First Of His Three Limelight Sessions During 1964-66, Jackson Is Proudly Aiming To Be Heard By More People. Unfortunately, None Of These Songs Ever Became A Hit. Still, All Of Tracks Are Tremendously Catchy While Still Retaining A High Level Of Musicianship. Hard To Find And Recommended.

Artist: Jackson, Milt Title: In A New Setting Genre: Jazz Type: Used - LP Label: Limelight Catalog ID: LS 86006 Country: USA Our ID: 35074
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