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Round Midnight

Milt Jackson

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Jan. 1, 1923 - Oct. 9, 1999


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


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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