Milt Jackson and Strings – ”Feelings” {Pablo} ”Japan”

Milt Jackson and Strings – ”Feelings” {Pablo} ”Japan”

Bop, Vibraphone

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AllMusic Review by Stewart Mason

1976’s Feelings is an atypical set for Milt Jackson. Usually the epitome of cool jazz hipness, the title track finds the music’s pre-eminent vibraphonist squandering his talents on Morris Albert’s gloppy pop hit to the accompaniment of an uninspired, violin-heavy string section. Both concept and execution are dire, although Jackson does perk up briefly towards the end when he finally breaks away from the insipid melody into a fun duet with flutist Jerome Richardson. (more…)

01. Feelings (4:14)
02. Should Be Come to Me (4:45)
03. Trouble is a Man (5:11)
04. Moody Blue (3:23)
05. The Day it Rained (3:45)
06. My Kind of Trouble is You (5:14)
07. If You Went Away (4:00)
08. Tears (3:23)
09. Blues for Edith (4:53)
10. You don’t Know what Love Is (5:09)

Milt Jackson – vibes
Ray Brown – bass
Tommy Flanagan – piano
Hubert Laws – flute
Jerome Richardson – flute, alto flute
Paulinho de Costa – brazilian percussion
Dennis Budirnir – guitar

G. Vinci, K. Jones, M. Van Dyke, A. Belnik, C. Veal,
Jr. E. Neufeld, J. Krachmalnik, S. Plummer, H. Clebanoff,
B. Kundell, I. Geller, R. Schaefler, A. Harshman, D. Frisina

violas; R. Dale, D. Schwartz
cellos; R. Kramer, R. Cooper
harpist; C. Golthoffer
drums; J. Smith

Produced by Norman Granz
Recorded April 12, 13 & 14, 1976; RCA Los Angeles
Engineered by: Grover Helsley
Photography: Phil Stern
Cover design and layout by Norman Granz / Gribbitt

1976, Pablo Records

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