Milt Jackson: Mostly Duke CD Track Listing

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Milt Jackson Mostly Duke
c 1982 Pablo/OJC\n\nMonty Alexander - Piano \nMilt Jackson - Producer, Vibraphone \nEric Miller - Compilation, Compilation Producer \nRay Brown - Bass, Producer \nPhil DeLancie - Remastering \nDoug Hopkins - Engineer \nGeorge Horn - Mastering \nDavid Luke - Engineer, Mixing, Digital Mixing \nMickey Roker - Drums \nGilles Margerin - Cover Design \nJon W. Poses - Liner Notes \nLee Tanner - Photography \nJay Brown - Bass, Producer
This jazz cd contains 9 tracks and runs 47min 48sec.
Freedb: 7d0b3209


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  1. Milt Jackson - Three Little Words (04:53)
    Review\n\nThe third of three sets released by Pablo from Milt Jackson's engagement at Ronnie Scott's Club in London in 1982 (this CD first came out in 1991) lives up to its title. The great vibraphonist, pianist Monty Alexander, bassist Ray Brown and drum
  2. Milt Jackson - Used To Be Jackson (05:10)
    Milt Jackson\n\nBefore Milt Jackson, there were only two major vibraphonists: Lionel Hampton and Red Norvo. Jackson soon surpassed both of them in significance and, despite the rise of other players (including Bobby Hutcherson and Gary Burton), still won
  3. Milt Jackson - The Summer Knows (08:00)
  4. Milt Jackson - Main Stem (02:29)
  5. Milt Jackson - Caravan (04:22)
  6. Milt Jackson - Take The "A" Train (05:30)
  7. Milt Jackson - Things Ain't What They Used To Be (05:13)
  8. Milt Jackson - Come Sunday (07:30)
  9. Milt Jackson - Just Squeeze Me (But Don't Tease Me) (04:35)

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