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What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life? - Milt Jackson - Sunflower (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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Email address. Forgot your password? Subscribe to newsletter. Price includes VAT, plus delivery. Add to basket. When one thinks of the 70s and remembers the mammoth stints of many rock bands writing and recording whole albums in the studio, it's hard to believe that this entire album was recorded in just 2 days, the 12th and 13th December in the legendary Van Gelder Studios in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, where it was engineered by Rudy Van Gelder himself and this rapid recording process has obviously helped by making the whole thing sound like a cohesive package, rather than as some studio albums can be, something that has been assembled by numbers.

Jackson's undoubted mastery of the vibes really shows out here and the interplay with Hancock's electric piano has the most amazing life. The brass, percussion and other instruments are by no means mere punctuation. They produce words and sentences in their own right.

The expanded harmonic palette of trumpet with the reeds, woodwinds, and strings on the melody add an exotic textural palette for his solo. Jackson 's "SKJ" closes the set with an old-school, swinging hard bop blues with barely detectable embellishments by Sebesky. While Sunflower sometimes feels more like a group session rather than a Jackson -led one, that's part of its exquisite beauty. It was remastered from the original two-track analog tapes in order to best capture the sound of the LP.

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Reset your password Click the eye to show your password. Membership has its privileges. Learn more. Charlie Parker - saxophone, alto. John Coltrane - saxophone. Lionel Hampton - vibraphone. Gary Burton b. A very expressive player, Jackson differentiated himself from other vibraphonists in his attention to variations on harmonics and rhythm.

He was particularly fond of the twelve-bar blues at slow tempos. He preferred to set the v… read more. Milton "Bags" Jackson January 1, — October 9, was an American jazz vibraphonist, usually thought of as a bebop player, although he performed in several jazz idioms.

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If you didn't know that Jackson was the headliner, you'd think this was a Freddie Hubbard album. Freddie's horn is prominent on all the tunes, and he even composed the title track. By the time he and Hancock take their time in the spotlight, there's too little time left for Jackson /5(43).

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  1. Watch the video for Sunflower from Milt Jackson's Sunflower for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. Play album Sunflower. Milt Jackson. Add lyrics on Musixmatch. Similar Tracks. What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life? Milt Jackson. Play track For Someone I Love. Milt Jackson. Play track Gibraltar.
  2. Sunflower is an album by vibraphonist Milt Jackson recorded in and released on the CTI label. Assisting Jackson are trumpeter Freddie Hubbard, a star-studded rhythm section composed chiefly of Miles Davis alumni, and, on the first track, string and woodwind accompaniment, courtesy of Don Sebesky.. In , Sunflower was reissued on compact disc under Sony Music Entertainment by was .
  3. Recorded over two days in December of at Rudy Van Gelder's Englewood, New Jersey home studio, vibraphonist Milt Jackson's Sunflower is the first -- and best -- of his three albums for Creed Taylor's CTI imprint. (And one of the finest offerings on the label.) With a core band consisting of Herbie Hancock (playing electric and acoustic piano), bassist Ron Carter, drummer Billy Cobham Price: $
  4. The reading of Michel Legrand's "What Are You Doing for the Rest of Your Life" is a gorgeous showcase for Jackson; his solo dominates the arrangement. Carter gets downright funky on his upright to introduce Thom Bell's "People Make The World Go Round," and Hancock follows him on Rhodes.
  5. Jan 25,  · If you didn't know that Jackson was the headliner, you'd think this was a Freddie Hubbard album. Freddie's horn is prominent on all the tunes, and he even composed the title track. By the time he and Hancock take their time in the spotlight, there's too little time left for Jackson, who often fades into the background/5(43).
  6. Jan 21,  · Sunflower marked another stylistic shift for Jackson, dovetailing with producer/label head Creed Taylor's vision of gracing contemporary jazz with elegant orchestrations. These tunes are framed with artful string and woodwind arrangements courtesy of Don Sebesky, but it's the interaction of the all-star core group that really makes Sunflower shine.
  7. The album is significant in many ways, not the least of which is Pete Turner's lovely ostriches-in-the-morning cover photo and a peerless version of Freddie Hubbard's classic ode, "Little Sunflower." Jackson is joined here by an outstanding aggregate of younger all-star musicians including Hubbard on trumpet and flugelhorn, Herbie Hancock.
  8. May 07,  · Milt Jackson What are you doing the rest of your life? halfcelltitegodfeperarinlelasag.xyzinfo Jackson(Vibes),Freddie Hubbard(trp),Herbie Hancock(p),Ron Carter(d),Bill Cobham(d) and Orchestra.

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