Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Memphis Jackson

Milt Jackson with The Ray Brown Big Band - Memphis Jackson Impulse AS-9193 (1969)

Here's a very groovy big band outing from Milt Jackson & Ray Brown, off the top of my head I can't think of another release by either of them that matches the sheer good-time funkiness this LP manages to generate without losing their jazz sensibilities.

Featuring an all-star line up including Ernie Watts, Harold Land, Mike Melvoin, Wilton Felder, Earl Palmer, Joe Sample, Howard Roberts, Paul Humphries & Victor Feldman amongst many others.

1) Uh-Huh
2) One Mint Julep (One Way)
3) Oh Happy Day
4) Memphis Junction
5) Queen Mother Stomp
6) Braddock Breakdown
7) A Sound For Sore Ears
8) Enchanted Lady
9) One Mint Julep (The Other Way)
10) Picking Up The Vibrations

15 comments:

litlgrey said...

Waiting patiently for linkie-poo...

Quimsy said...

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litlgrey said...

Bless ye, Daddy-O!

Solomon said...

Thank you.

quimsyFan said...

And again: a great post! Thank you.

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Anonymous said...

enchanted lady is outszanding. i really enjoy this moody feeling while riding my bycicle through the city. thanks a lot for the upload

karl said...

thanks

karl said...

and more thanks, love this album now

Andy said...

Looks great,thanks

Anonymous said...

GREAT album!

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Superb album, one of my favorites of all times, it is so different from the ordinary type of music of this genre, excellent post.

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This is the best part because they do not lose their jazz sensibilities, I had listened excellent things about this band and now I realize that is truth.

Jivethumb said...

looks like a good one!