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Early Modern

2002

Jackson, Milt: Information on the Catawiki site about Early Modern , 2002.
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Catawiki number: 217669
Category: Vinyl records and CDs
Title: Early Modern
Main artist / band: Jackson, Milt
Medium: CD - 1CDIcon-information
Label: Savoy
Release number: ?
Collection / set: Savoy Jazz Originals
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Year: 2002
Additional features:  
Genre: Blues, Jazz
Details:
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All selections under the leadership of MILT JACKSON and recorded in New York City, except as otherwise indicated.
Milt Jackson, vibes; John Lewis, piano; Percy Heath, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums. April 1952.
Submission date: 17-01-2009 10:09:54
Submitted by: PeteMolenaar
Last updated on: 09-12-2014 01:06:30
Last updated by: MatthijsS
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Tracks voor dit album
Track
01: Softly As In A Morning Sunrise (3:26) (master cumber HL321) (Oscar Hammerstein II-Sigmund Romberg) originally issued as Hi-Lo 1412)
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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02: Love Me, Pretty Baby (3:37) (HL322 / Hi-Lo 1405) (Kenny Clarke)
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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03: Heart And Soul (2:29) (HL323) (Hi-Lo 1405) (Frank Loesser-Hoagy Carmichael)
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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04: True Blues (3:00) (HL324 / Hi-Lo 1412) (Milt Jackson)
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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05: Milt Jackson, vibes; Lewis, piano; Ray Brown, bass; Clarke, drums. August 24, 1951.
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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05: Milt Meets Sid (3:06) (3000 / 45rpm Dee Gee xP4oo7) (Jackson)
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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06: D & E (2:54) (3001 / Dee Gee XP4007) (John Lewis)
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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07: Yesterdays (2:29) (3002 / Dee Gee xP4ooa) (Otto Harbach-Jerome Kern)
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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08: Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea (2:35) (Ted Koehler-Harold Arlen) (3003 / Dee Gee XP4008)
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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09: Autumn Breeze (2:55) Dee Gee XP4007)
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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09: Jackson, vibes; Lewis, piano; Heath, bass; AI Jones, drums. September 18, 1951.
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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10: (First three selections composed by Milt Jackson)
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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10: Moving Nicely (3:14) Dhee Gee XP4007)
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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11: Bluesology (2:45) Dee Gee xr4oos>
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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12: Round Midnight (2:55) Dee Gee xe4ooa> (Bernie Hanighen-Cootie Williams-Thelonious Monk)
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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13: Julius Watkins, French horn; Billy Mitchell, tenor sax; Jackson, vibes; Kenny Dorham, piano; Curley Russell, bass; Kenny Clarke, drums. January 25, 1949.
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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13: You Go To My Head (2:56) (xcv3c / Savoy MG 12042) (J. Fred Coots-Haven Gillespie)
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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14: Bill Massey, trumpet; Watkins, French horn; Mitchell, tenor sax; Jackson, vibes; Walter Bishoq, Jr., piano; Nelson Boyd, bass; Roy Haynes, drums. February 23, 1949. (All selections composed by Milt Jackson)
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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14: Hearing Bells [Take 3] (2:51) (S36-110-3 previously unissued)
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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15: Hearing Bells [master - Take 5] (2:51) (S36- 110-5 i MG9022)
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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16: Junior (2:32) (S36-1 11 / say 946)
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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17: Bluesology [alternate - Take 21 (2:45) (sss-1iz-z i slL 1130)
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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18: Bluesology [master - Take 3] (2:46) (S36-112-3 i say xrao6U
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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19: Bubu (2:31) (S36-113 i say 946)
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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20: Kenny Clarke All Stars: Frank Morgan, alto sax; Walter Benton, tenor sax; Jackson, vibes; Gerald Wiggins, piano; Heath, bass; Clarke, drums. Los Angeles; November 1, 1954. Originally issued on Savoy 10-inch album MG 15051: The Kenny Clarke Sextet.
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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20: Sonor (4:52) (SK4400) (Clarke-Gerald Wiggins)
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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21: Strollin' (4:23) (SK4401) (Clarke) I
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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22: Blues Mood (4:19) (SK4402) (Clarke)
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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23: Skoot (3:50) (SK4402) (Eddie Beal-Erroll Garner)
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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24: Reissue produced by Orrin Keepnews
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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25: Source materials for this compact disc reissue include, to the greatest extent possible, original Savoy acetate masters, original monaural master tapes and transfers prepared for mid-1970s analog reissues stored in the Denon vaults. All sources have been
Genre
Blues, Jazz
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