1991
Label: Limelight - 820 836-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop
Holy Land - Milt Jackson - The Harem (CD, Album)

 · Listen to your favorite songs from The Harem by Milt Jackson Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. The Harem. Milt Jackson. 9 SONGS • 57 MINUTES • JAN 01 Play. 1. Blues For Gene. Milt Jackson feat. James Moody, Kenny Washington, Cedar Walton, Bob Cranshaw & Jimmy Heath. 2. Holy Land.

The group performs three standards and two originals apiece by Jackson, Heath and Walton and the music should please fans of those fine veterans.. 1. Blues for Gene 2. Holy Land 3. Ellington's Stray Horn 4. Harem 5. N.P.S. 6. Old Folks 7. Olinga 8. All Members 9. Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye/5(2).

A great later record from Milt Jackson – one that finds the vibist in very hip company, with Cedar Walton on piano and Jimmy Heath on soprano and tenor sax! The set features versions of Walton's "Holy Land" and "NPS" – which are two of the best songs on the album.

Amazing scenes of the Holy Land are paired with music and Scripture for hours of inspiration; available in CD and DVD sets or separately. A unique glimpse of the Holy Land for those who have visited often or wish they could be g: Milt Jackson.

 · 4) “Holy Land” (from The Harem by Milt Jackson) Great Cedar tune. Bags, James Moody (on flute), Jimmy Heath (on soprano). Ridiculous swing from Bob Cranshaw and Kenny Washington (who would go on to follow Billy Higgins in Cedar’s own band). Say no more. 5) “Naima” (from Naima by Cedar Walton).


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