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Jackie McLean
with the Freddie Redd Quartet

 
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The Music from the Connection, 1960

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Jackie McLean, 1931 2006, was an alto sax player and, eventually, DownBeat Hall-of-Famer. McLean was lucky enough to grow up next door to Thelonious Monk and Charlie Parker and receive tutoring from them. In high school he got to play with Sonny Rollins.

By the end of his teenage years he had played on a Miles Davis album and would soon after collaborate with Charles Mingus and Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers.

Personnel:

Jackie McLean, alto sax
Freddie Redd, piano
Michael Mattos, bass
Larry Ritchie, drums



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