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Jazz musician Milton “Milt” Jackson was a renowned entertainer and the first and most influential vibes player of the modern jazz era. Jackson was born in Detroit on January 1, 1923. At age 16, Jackson began playing vibes or vibraphone professionally. He attended Michigan State... --http://bit.ly/2qd8Snh

Jazz musician Milton “Milt” Jackson was a renowned entertainer and the first and most influential vibes player of the modern jazz era. Jackson was born.

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The Modern Jazz Quartet- clock wise from left: Connie Kay, John Lewis, Percy Heath and Milt Jackson.

Jazz musician Milton "Milt" Jackson was a renowned entertainer and the first and most influential vibes player of the modern jazz era. Jackson was born in Detroit on January 1, 1923. At age 16, Jackson began playingJazz musician Milton “Milt” Jackson was a renowned entertainer and the first and most influential vibes player of the modern jazz era. Jackson was born in Detroit on January 1, 1923. At age 16, Jackson began playing vibes or vibraphone professionally. He attended Michigan State…

Jazz musician Milton "Milt" Jackson was a renowned entertainer and the first and most influential vibes player of the modern jazz era. Jackson was born in Detroit on January 1, 1923. At age 16, Jackson began playingJazz musician Milton “Milt” Jackson was a renowned entertainer and the first and most influential vibes player of the modern jazz era. Jackson was born in Detroit on January 1, 1923. At age 16, Jackson began playing vibes or vibraphone professionally. He attended Michigan State…

1939-40 Miller High School Syudents:  Eli "Lucky" Thompson, tenor sax; Alvin Jackson, bass; Art Mardigan, drums; Milt Jackson, vibes. Miller High School had a heavy concentration of gifted students in the late 1930s, including Art Mardigan (Mardigian)

Miller High School had a heavy concentration of gifted students in the late including Art Mardigan (Mardigian)

View images & photos of Concord Music Miles And Milt t-shirts & hoodies

Concord Music Miles And Milt - refashion hoodie. Concord Music Miles And Milt, red hoodie,wrap sweater.

Formerly ,Francis Wolff was director and producer of a record company and not the least because it was the jazz label, Blue Note. During this period, he took the opportunity to photograph some musicians, from Herbie Hancock to John Coltrane through Miles Davis.

Jazz Photography by Francis Wolff

Milt Jackson, during the recording session for Hank Mobley and His All Stars, Hackensack, NJ, January 1957 (photo by Francis Wolff)

Milt Jackson album cover

Milt Jackson album cover

Henry Saint Clair Fredericks (born May 17 1942) who uses the stage name Taj Mahal is an American blues musician. He often incorporates elements of world music into his works. A self-taught singer-songwriter and film composer who plays the guitar piano banjo and harmonica (among many other instruments) Mahal has done much to reshape the definition and scope of blues music over the course of his almost 50-year career.

Taj Mahal Henry Saint Clair Fredericks (born May...

Taj Mahal Henry Saint Clair Fredericks (born May who uses the stage name Taj Mahal, is an American blues musician. He often incorporates elements of world music into his works.

Singer Ella Fitzgerald at the Downbeat jazz club in New York City with Dizzy Gillespie

Ella Fitzgerald, Dizzy Gillespie, Ray Brown, Milt Jackson and Timmie Rosenkrantz in September New York

Ella & Dizzy  | Giants of Jazz Series    		Singer Ella Fitzgerald at the Downbeat, with Dizzy Gillespie in the background.

Ella Fitzgerald performing with Dizzy Gillespie, Ray Brown, Milt Jackson and Timme Rosenkrantz in September New York

A Great Day in Harlem 1958 is a 1958 black and white group portrait of 57 notable jazz musicians on a street in Harlem, NYC. The musicians had gathered on 126th St, between Fifth and Madison Aves in Harlem.

A Great Day in Harlem 57 Jazz Legends! 1958 black & white group portrait of 57 notable jazz musicians photographed in front of a Brownstone in Harlem, New York City. The photo has remained an important object in the study of the history of jazz ~AMEN~

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Milt Jackson and John Coltrane Bags & Trane on from ORGOnly Full-Album Collaboration Between Iconic Vibraphonist and Definitive Saxophonist

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