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Round Midnight

Milt Jackson

 
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Jan. 1, 1923 - Oct. 9, 1999

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The "Modern Jazz Quartet" perform "Round Midnight" in the early 1980s.

Personnel:

John Lewis, piano
Milt Jackson, vibraphone
Ray Brown, double bass
Connie Kay, drums

Best remembered for his Swinging vibraphone solos with the "Modern Jazz Quartet" Milton Jackson was a diverse stylist. Particular fond of slow twelve bar blues his playing stands apart for its rhythmic variety.

Also a skilled pianist Jackson represents the next stage in jazz vibraphone evolution, building upon the work of his predecessors Lionel Hampton and Red Norvo.



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