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Milt Jackson - At the Museum of Modern Art (2008)

Jazz | Author: jonson | 1-10-2016, 19:59
Milt Jackson - At the Museum of Modern Art (2008)Artist: Milt Jackson
Title Of Album: At the Museum of Modern Art
Year Of Release: 1965 (2008)
Label (Catalog#): Verve
Country: US
Genre: Post-Bop, Mainstream Jazz, Vibraphone
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue,log)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 00:41:17
Full Size: 262 MB
WebSite: Album Preview

Tracklist:

1 "The Quota" (Jimmy Heath) - 4:32
2 "Novamo" - 5:45
3 "Enigma" (J. J. Johnson) - 3:40
4 "Turquoise" (Cedar Walton) - 5:15
5 "Chyrise" - 3:20
6 "Montelei" - 4:45
7 "Simplicity & Beauty" (James Moody) - 2:44
8 "Flying Saucer" (James Moody) - 5:00
9 "Namesake" - 4:12

Milt Jackson – vibes
James Moody - flute, vocals
Cedar Walton - piano
Ron Carter - bass
Otis "Candy" Finch - drums

Milt Jackson at the Museum of Modern Art is one of the many live jazz record dates that should be better known than it is. Perhaps it's because the LP has been unavailable in America since the early '70s; it was released on CD only briefly in Japan. Verve's brilliant Originals series has remedied this situation by issuing the gatefold-sleeve of the LP in a fine edition on compact disc (with the original liner notes pasted into a handsome booklet with the original photos). Released in 1965, shortly after the concert took place, this set is regarded by jazz historians as one of the greatest concerts ever to be performed during the MOMA's terrific free concert series during the '60s. During a rare respite from the Modern Jazz Quartet, Jackson was able to record as a solo artist with musicians of his own caliber. In this case his companions are pianist Cedar Walton, bassist Ron Carter (who was already playing with the Miles Davis Quintet), drummer Candy Finch, and James Moody on flute. The program is a lithe, breezy set of tunes written by Jackson, Walton, and Moody, with two exceptions: a beautiful reading of Jimmy Heath's "The Quota" to open the program, and a leisurely, sensitive stroll through J.J. Johnson's "Enigma."







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