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Mean To Me - The Modern Jazz Quartet - The Early Years (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Tazil says:
    Jackson, Lewis, and drummer Kenny Clarke were pioneer bop musicians who had played together in the Dizzy Gillespie big band and pursued separate careers before adding Heath to form the Modern Jazz Quartet in Its early career was distinguished by introducing Lewis compositions such as “Django” and “Concorde.” Clarke’s departure in resulted in a loss of some of the.
  2. Tygojind says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Modern Jazz Quartet - The Legendary Profile at Discogs. Complete your The Modern Jazz Quartet collection.
  3. Maugor says:
    In , the LP, Under the Jasmin Tree, introduced me to MJQ. I soon obtained other recordings of this unique chamber jazz ensemble, but while all were very good indeed, none had the spark of this first album, and I purchased the remastered CD in /5(13).
  4. Fenrijora says:
    The previously unreleased Modern Jazz Quartet performance from the Monterey Jazz Festival was first issued in this CD. The MJQ (vibraphonist Milt Jackson, pianist John Lewis, bassist Percy Heath and drummer Connie Kay) is heard in typically fine form performing a few standards (including "Mean To Me" and "Bags' Groove"), and a couple of obscurities (Ray Brown's "Pyramid" and Lewis.
  5. Faelar says:
    His debut for Blue Note, as co-designer with John Hermansader, was a cover for a ten-inch album by the Hank Mobley Quartet in late , but the first album to carry the sole name Reid K. Miles.
  6. Vinos says:
    Spanning one of the few transitional periods for the Modern Jazz Quartet when Connie Kay replaced Kenny Clarke as the group's drummer, The Artistry of the Modern Jazz Quartet covers the years from By this point in the group's career, John Lewis was largely overseeing the quartet's repertoire, penning the bulk of the original material. Indeed, on The Artistry Of, the pianist.
  7. Nazragore says:
    The Modern Jazz Quartet were one of the most innovative, distinctive and influential groups in jazz in the s and subsequent decades, pioneering a refined, classically-influenced style of cool jazz which retained the blues-based traditions of the genre, and reflected the changes wrought by bebop.
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