Jimmy Heath. Lullaby of the Leaves. The Weasel. Brother Jim Milt Jackson. Rhythm-A-Ning Thelonious Monk. Sudden Death Milt Jackson. Back to Bologna Cedar Walton. He preferred to set the vibraphone 's oscillator to a low 3.
On occasion, Jackson sang and played piano professionally. Like many, he was surrounded by music from an early age, particularly that of religious meetings: "Everyone wants to know where I got that funky style.
Well, it came from church. The music I heard was open, relaxed, impromptu soul music" quoted in Nat Hentoff's liner notes to Plenty, Plenty Soul. He started on guitar when he was seven, then on piano at While attending Miller High School, he played drums in addition to timpani and violin and also sang in the choir.
At 16, he sang professionally in a local touring gospel quartet called the Evangelist Singers. He took up the vibraphone at 16 after hearing Lionel Hampton play the instrument in Benny Goodman 's band. Dialogue Components Knucklebean Highway One Cedar Walton.
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The E-mail Address es field is required. Please enter recipient e-mail address es. Milt Jackson. Irving Berlin. Night Mist. John Lewis. Once Upon a Summertime. Michel Legrand. Bags' Groove. I'll Remember April. Skating in Central Park.Most of vibraphonist Milt Jackson's recordings as a leader have been at the head of a quartet or quintet. This spirited set has a variety of "near blues" material being interpreted by an all-star septet featuring such unique voices as trumpeter Harry "Sweets" Edison, the tenor of Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis and altoist Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson in addition to Jackson, pianist Art Hillery, bassist Ray.