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LM-82024: Milt Jackson At The Museum Of Modern Art

[Front Cover] Label Type : darkgreen Limelight
Matrix Number : SIDE-A LM 82024A M1    RR
SIDE-B LM82024B M1    RR

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Comments

Equivalent release: Limelight LS-86019 (stereo).

original gatefold cover with original booklet.

Edited versions of A-4 and B-5 were released on Limelight L-3069 (45rpm).

Inside The Groove

Milt Jackson Quintet's live performance at the MoMA, in a very relaxed mood.

Personal Impression (and brief notes)

On August 12, 1965, when the temperature and the humidity climed so high, “Jazz in The Garden” event was held at the Museum of Modern Art. According to the liner-notes, the event itself was originated by the late Metronome magazine and the Museum, and was carried on jointly by the Museum and Down Beat, whose New York editor, Dan Morgenstern, was on the program committee at the time (and was the soft-spoken MC of the concerts).

Dan Morgenstern introduced the band and, at 8:37 PM, the concert began. The band played nine tunes in a very relaxed mood, and the performance was really bright and swinging. The highlight would be the flashing vibe solo on B-2 “Montelei”, as well as stompin' Latin-flavoured B-5 “Flying Saucer” which is very enjoyable (even featuring James Moody's vocal). The concert ended at 9:20 PM.

From melodious ballads to swingin' numbers, Milt Jackson plays so fluently. One of his definite performances throughout the 1960s.

Strictly Personal Rating (to what extent I could enjoy this album)

9 out of 10







Track Listing

SIDE-A
A-1 1-36799 The Quota (J. Heath) 4:32
A-2 1-36800 Novamo (M. Jackson) 5:45
A-3 1-36801 Enigma (J.J. Johnson) 3:40
A-4 1-36802 Turquoise (C. Walton) 5:15
SIDE-B
B-1 1-36803 Chyrise (M. Jackson) 3:20
B-2 1-36804 Montelei (M. Jackson) 4:45
B-3 1-36805 Simplicity & Beauty (J. Moody) 2:44
B-4 1-36806 Flying Saucer (J. Moody) 5:00
B-5 1-36807 Namesake (M. Jackson) 4:12

Personnel


Personnel/recorded date/master numbers confirmed with the Ruppli's discography.
(“The Mercury Labels - A Discography” by Ruppli and Novitsky, Greenwood Press, 1993)

James Moody (fl, vo), Milt Jackson (vib),
Cedar Walton (p), Ron Carter (b), Otis “Candy” Finch (ds).
Recorded at the Museum of Modern Art, New York City on August 12, 1965.




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