Jackie McLean & John Jenkins
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||Alto Madness||Jackie McLean & John Jenkins||11:50||Solo con l'album||Vedi in iTunes|
||Windy City||Jackie McLean & John Jenkins||7:04||0,99 €||Vedi in iTunes|
||Pondering||Jackie McLean & John Jenkins||6:18||0,99 €||Vedi in iTunes|
||Lady Is a Tramp||Jackie McLean & John Jenkins||6:53||0,99 €||Vedi in iTunes|
||Easy Living||Jackie McLean & John Jenkins||7:39||0,99 €||Vedi in iTunes|
||Bird Feathers||Jackie McLean & John Jenkins||10:23||Solo con l'album||Vedi in iTunes|
Altoists Jackie McLean and John Jenkins previously shared equal billing with Phil Woods, Gene Quill, and Hal McKusick for the album Bird Feathers, on which the saxophonists paid tribute to Charlie Parker on Parker's blues "Bird Feathers" supported by the fine boppish rhythm section of pianist Wade Legge, bassist Doug Watkins, and drummer Art Taylor. McLean, Jenkins, Legge, Watkins, and Taylor also recorded the five tracks here heard on Alto Madness at the same May 3, 1957 session that produced "Bird Feathers," and they continued the tribute to Parker in practically every phrase they played. McLean became much more individual within a few years, while Jenkins would fade from the scene altogether. This likable jam session features plenty of tradeoffs by the two altoists.
Nato(a): 17 maggio 1932, New York, NY
Anni di attività: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s