Category: Jazz


  1. Nov 19,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Too Late (Part One) YouTube Mississippi Poor Boy - The Canton Spirituals, "Live In Memphis" - Duration: aaronhamptongospelbroadcast 1,, views.
  2. Willis Jackson Cotillion Cotillion (label) Jazz (CD, LP) We realize that there are many different interpretations of the standard grades used for pre-owned vinyl record albums & CD, so we thought we'd offer you the ones that we are working with, so you have an idea what we mean when we give the grade for a non-new item on our pages.
  3. Willis Jackson has a rich deep tone rivaling any tenor player I can think of. His gutsy blues style is her complemented with some latin and calypso numbers that demonstrate the range of this fine musician. He is backed by a fabulous group of Jazz allstars on every track.5/5(2).
  4. Willis Jackson Artist Overview Albums. Digital Music. Plays With Feeling / T JACKSON,WILLIS. CD: $ Single Action Jackson, Willis. Lockin' Horns Willis Jackson. CD: $ Songs Sort by: Bestselling. of Sample this song Title Artist
  5. 25 April , Miami, Florida, USA, d. 25 October , New York City, New York, USA. From his late teenage, Willis ‘Gator’ Jackson played tenor saxophone in many bands in his home state before attending university where he studied music theory.
  6. The first three songs of the album are covers of pop songs, the aforementioned, "It's Too Late", "Workin' On A Groovy Thing" and "Never Can Say Goodbye." And with each song Hammond's organ establishes the expected theme and then pushes each composition to its limits as he takes the song somewhere unimagined, somewhere new and inventive/5(9).
  7. One of the most highly-regarded albums of Hank Crawford 's 60s run on Atlantic Records – a set when everything seems to come together just right – and provide an even better showcase than usual for Hank 's soulful lines on alto sax! The set also features tenor from David Newman – easily a perfect companion to Crawford for the record – and the rhythms have a nicely laidback, easygoing.
  8. Mighty early work from the incredible Willis Jackson – one of most energetic and heavily soulful tenors ever to pick up a horn! These recordings are made of up some of Jackson 's earliest recordings, including the legendary Mercury sessions with the Cootie Williams Orchestra, moves into work he did with for Apollo Records with the Bobby Smith Orchestra and others, and ends with some.

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