78.9 MB 256+ VBR LAME mp3 Vinyl rip & scans from Pablo 2310-832
More Bags for the blogosphere here. Soul Believer followed shortly after the Soul Fusion sides posted previously on Soundological. This time the feature is Milt's vocal talent but not at the expense of his vibes...there are plenty of mallet moments throughout as well. Again, not much more to say on Milt that hasn't been said before but if you're looking for further info, Musica Desde Las Antipodes has put together a nice piece on Bags (for English version scroll down to comments) with a lot of albums up for grabs.
AMG Review by Scott Yanow As vibraphonist Milt Jackson relates in the liner notes of this CD, he was a singer before he ever played vibes. This is one of his very few vocal albums and Jackson (who also takes some solos) is reasonably effective, displaying a personable voice and a gentle swing in his style. The backup utilizes synthesizers on three of the ten selections (a very unusual event at Pablo) but otherwise the lineup for these ballads and jump tunes is comprised of old musical friends, most notably pianist Cedar Walton.
1 Ain't Misbehavin' 2 Don't Worry 'Bout Me 3 I've Got the Blues 4 Heartstrings 5 Roll 'Em Pete 6 Yes Sir, That's My Baby 7 I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face 8 I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good) 9 Someone I Love 10 Parking Lot Blues
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