Pressed at Pallas and Mastered by Bernie Grundman!
Laidback, Bluesy 1957 Effort Pairs Legendary Pianist-Vocalist and Vibraphonist for Equivalent of Spirited Backroom Woodshedding Session
Rare Chance to Hear Jackson Play Guitar and Piano, and Charles Play Alto Sax!
Transparent Sonics: Meticulously Mastered from the Original Master Tapes
The rare opportunity to hear Milt Jackson step out from behind his familiar vibraphones to play guitar and piano, and partner Ray Charles, in addition to manning the 88s, blow on the alto saxophone for two numbers, should not be missed. Particularly on this transparent LP version, which portrays the 1957 collaboration within a huge, naturally vibrant soundstage.
Mastered from the original master tapes, ORG Music's edition lays bare the relaxed, bluesy, often-boppish jazz on display from these two giants. With stellar support, the two headliners treat this affair as a backroom woodshedding session, replete with all the passion, freedom, and fun such get-togethers contain.
180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl
Mastered from original master tapes
Mastered by Bernie Grundman!
Pressed at Pallas
Ray Charles, piano, alto sax
Milt Jackson, vibraharp, piano, guitar
Billy Mitchell, tenor sax
Skeeter Best, guitar
Oscar Pettiford, bass
Connie Kay, drums
1. Soul Brothers
2. How Long Blues
1. Cosmic Ray
2. Blue Funk
3. Deed I Do