9 thoughts on “ Heartstrings - Milt Jackson - Soul Believer Milt Jackson Sings And Plays (CD) ”

  1. Juzragore says:
    Mar 19,  · March 19, referencing Sings And Plays Soul Believer, CD, Album, RE, OJCCD This session may have been a favor to Milt Jackson. His singing voice is okay, but having Cedar Walton playing a Fender Rhodes and the addition of synthesizer on several tracks makes the session sound a bit dated and cheesy/5(19).
  2. Digis says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Soul Believer Milt Jackson Sings And Plays on Discogs/5(12).
  3. Jukazahn says:
    As vibraphonist Milt Jackson relates in the liner notes of this CD, he was a singer before he ever played vibes. This is one of his very few vocal albums and Jackson (who also takes some solos) is reasonably effective, displaying a personable voice and a gentle swing in his style. The backup utilizes synthesizers on three of the ten selections (a very unusual event at Pablo) but otherwise the 6/
  4. Tujind says:
    Get this from a library! Soul believer: Milt Jackson sings and plays.. [Milt Jackson; Cedar Walton; John Collins; Dennis Budimir; Ray Brown; Frank Severino; Billy Higgins; Mike Lang; Ian Underwood;].
  5. Takasa says:
    Compact disc (indexed); analog recording. Durations on labels; program notes by Milt Jackson reproduced from the original album liner. Includes program notes. Performer(s): Songs; featuring Milt Jackson, vocals and vibraphone. Event notes: Recorded at Heider Filmways, Hollywood, California, January 20, , and September 18 & 19,
  6. Fejas says:
    This CD includes the following musicians: Ray Brown (bass) Cedar Walton (piano) Plas Johnson (tenor sax) Dennis Budmin (guitar). and other jazz greats. Every ballard on this CD showcase the great talent of each member of the group however it is the first time I have heard Milt Jackson sings and plays! You will enjoy this CD!/5(5).
  7. Mausho says:
    Pianist Monty Alexander had first appeared on a Milt Jackson record in Eight years later the great vibraphonist used Alexander's trio (which included bassist John Clayton and drummer Jeff Hamilton, future big-band co-leaders) for this spirited Pablo session that was subsequently reissued on CD through Original Jazz noconehofscambsa.edarbrigwaytrandeveguglitangolfsyn.co of the material is obscure (including Jackson's three.
  8. Fecage says:
    Apr 16,  · "Don't Worry 'Bout Me" (from "Soul Believer" Milt Jackson) Milt Jackson (vocal, vibraphone) Billy Higgins (drums) Cedar Walton (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Dennis Budimir (guitar) Recorded in
  9. Milmaran says:
    Find Milt Jackson discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Milt Jackson discography, albums and singles on AllMusic Soul Pioneers Opus de Jazz: Savoy Jazz Soul Believer: Original Jazz Classics Bags' Bag: Pablo

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