Milt Jackson Catalog

1945 (age 22)

Dinah Washington Sings The Blues  (Grand Award GA 33-318)

Karl George (trumpet) Jewel Grant (alto saxophone) Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone) Gene Porter (baritone saxophone, clarinet) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Wilbert Baranco (piano) Charles Mingus (bass) Lee Young (drums) Dinah Washington (vocals)
Los Angeles, CA, December 10, 1945
S1170-3Wise Woman Blues
S1173Chewin' Woman Blues (Chewin' Mama Blues)
same personnel
Los Angeles, CA, December 12, 1945
S1175-1Rich Man's Blues
S1176Beggin' Woman Blues (Beggin' Mama Blues)
same personnel
Los Angeles, CA, December 13, 1945
S1180Blues For A Day
** also issued on Grand Award GA 264-SD.

Dinah Washington - Mellow Mama  (Delmark DL 451)

Karl George (trumpet) Jewel Grant (alto saxophone) Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone) Gene Porter (baritone saxophone, clarinet) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Wilbert Baranco (piano) Charles Mingus (bass) Lee Young (drums) Dinah Washington (vocals): same personnel
Los Angeles, CA, December 10, 1945
S1171-2Walking Blues
S1172-2No Voot - No Boot
same personnel
Los Angeles, CA, December 12, 1945
S1174-2My Lovin' Papa
same personnel
Los Angeles, CA, December 13, 1945
S1178Mellow Mama Blues
S1179My Voot Is Really Vout
** also issued on Delmark DD 451.

Charlie Parker - Yardbird In Lotus Land  (Spotlite (E) SPJ 123)

Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Al Haig (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Stan Levey (drums) Ernie "Bubbles" Whitman (announcer)
AFRS Jubilee, NBC Studios, Hollywood, CA, December 29, 1945
Dizzy Atmosphere
Shaw 'Nuff
Groovin' High

1946

Charlie Parker - Rappin' With Bird  (Meexa Discox 1776)

Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet, vocals) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone, vocals) Luckey Tompson (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Al Haig (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Stan Levey (drums)
WEAF radio broadcast, "Billy Berg's Supper Club", Hollywood, CA, January 24, 1946
Salt Peanuts

Dizzy Gillespie/Sonny Berman/Fats Navarro - Modern Jazz Trumpets  (Spotlite (E) SPJ 132)

Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet, vocals) Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone, vocals) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, vocals) Al Haig (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Stan Levey (drums)
Electro Broadcast Studios, Glendale, CA, February 7, 1946
D1001-EConfirmation
D1002-EDiggin' For Diz
D1003-ADynamo A (Dynamo)
D1003-BDynamo B (Dynamo A)
D1004-EWhen I Grow Too Old To Dream
D1005-A'Round Midnight
D1005-B-

Various Artists - Dizzy Gillespie And Modern Trumpets  (Dial LP 212)

Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet, vocals) Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone, vocals) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, vocals) Al Haig (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Stan Levey (drums): same session
Electro Broadcast Studios, Glendale, CA, February 7, 1946
D1004-BWhen I Grow Too Old To Dream

Dizzy Gillespie  (RCA Victor LPV 530)

Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet) Don Byas (tenor saxophone -1,2) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Al Haig (piano) Bill DeArango (guitar) Ray Brown (bass) J.C. Heard (drums)
NYC, February 22, 1946
1. D6VB1682-152nd Street Theme (take 1)
2. D6VB1683-2Night In Tunisia (incomplete take)
3. D6VB1685-2Anthropology (take 2)

The Greatest Of Dizzy Gillespie  (RCA Victor LPM 2398)

Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet) Don Byas (tenor saxophone -1/3) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Al Haig (piano) Bill DeArango (guitar) Ray Brown (bass) J.C. Heard (drums)
NYC, February 22, 1946
1. D6VB1682-252nd Street Theme (take 2)
2. D6VB1683-1Night In Tunisia (take 1)
3. D6VB1684-1Ol' Man Rebop
4. D6VB1685-1Anthropology (take 1)
** also issued on RCA Victor LSP 2398.

Dizzy Gillespie - In The Beginning  (Prestige PR 24030)

Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet, vocals) Sonny Stitt (alto saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Al Haig (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums) Gil Fuller, Alice Roberts (vocals)
NYC, May 15, 1946
5497One Bass Hit, Part 1
5499A Handfulla Gimme
Dave Burns, Talib Daawud, Dizzy Gillespie, John Lynch, Ray Orr (trumpet) Leon Comegys, Charles Greenlea, Al Moore (trombone) John Brown, Howard Johnson (alto saxophone) Ray Abrams, Warren Lucky (tenor saxophone) Pee Wee Moore (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums) Alice Roberts (vocals)
NYC, June 10, 1946
5551Good Dues Blues
Dave Burns, Talib Daawud, Kenny Dorham, Dizzy Gillespie, John Lynch, Elmon Wright (trumpet) Leon Comegys, Alton "Slim" Moore, Gordon Thomas (trombone) Howard Johnson, Sonny Stitt (alto saxophone) Ray Abrams, Warren Lucky (tenor saxophone) Leo Parker (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums) Alice Roberts (vocals)
NYC, July 9, 1946
5612He Bepped When He Shoulda Bopped
Dave Burns, Dizzy Gillespie, John Lynch, Matthew McKay, Elmon Wright (trumpet) Taswell Baird, Al Moore, Gordon Thomas (trombone) John Brown, Scoops Carey (alto saxophone) Bill Frazier, James Moody (tenor saxophone) Pee Wee Moore (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Joe Harris (drums) Kenny Hagood (vocals)
NYC, November 12, 1946
5788I Waited For You

Dizzy Gillespie - Groovin' High  (Savoy MG 12020)

Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet, vocals) Sonny Stitt (alto saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Al Haig (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums) Gil Fuller, Alice Roberts (vocals)
NYC, May 15, 1946
5498Oop Bop Sha Bam
5500That's Earl, Brother
Dave Burns, Talib Daawud, Dizzy Gillespie, John Lynch, Ray Orr (trumpet) Leon Comegys, Charles Greenlea, Al Moore (trombone) John Brown, Howard Johnson (alto saxophone) Ray Abrams, Warren Lucky (tenor saxophone) Pee Wee Moore (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums) Alice Roberts (vocals)
NYC, June 10, 1946
5550Our Delight
Dave Burns, Talib Daawud, Kenny Dorham, Dizzy Gillespie, John Lynch, Elmon Wright (trumpet) Leon Comegys, Alton "Slim" Moore, Gordon Thomas (trombone) Howard Johnson, Sonny Stitt (alto saxophone) Ray Abrams, Warren Lucky (tenor saxophone) Leo Parker (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums) Alice Roberts (vocals)
NYC, July 9, 1946
5609One Bass Hit, Part 2
5610Ray's Idea
5611Things To Come
Dave Burns, Dizzy Gillespie, John Lynch, Matthew McKay, Elmon Wright (trumpet) Taswell Baird, Al Moore, Gordon Thomas (trombone) John Brown, Scoops Carey (alto saxophone) Bill Frazier, James Moody (tenor saxophone) Pee Wee Moore (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Joe Harris (drums) Kenny Hagood (vocals)
NYC, November 12, 1946
5789Emanon

Dizzy Gillespie '46 Live At The Spotlite  (Hi-Fly H 01)

Dave Burns, Talib Dawud, Kenny Dorham, John Lynch, Elmon Wright (trumpet) Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet, vocals) Leon Comegys, Charles Greenlea, Alim Moore (trombone) Howard Johnson, Sonny Stitt (alto saxophone) Ray Abrams, Warren Luckey (tenor saxophone) Leo Parker (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Thelonious Monk (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
"Spotlight Lounge", Washington, DC, May-June, 1946
'Round Midnight
Oo-Bup-Sh' Bam
The Man I Love
Things To Come

The Dizzy Gillespie Story  (Savoy MG 12110)

Dave Burns, Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet) John Brown (alto saxophone) James Moody (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Hank Jones (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Joe Harris (drums) Gil Fuller (arranger)
NYC, September 25, 1946
S3354-2For Hecklers Only
S3355BSmoky Hollow Jump
S3356BBoppin' The Blues (Dizz-Moody)
S3357BMoody Speaks

Coleman Hawkins - Bean And The Boys  (Prestige PR 7824)

Fats Navarro (trumpet -1,2) J.J. Johnson (trombone -1,2) Porter Kilbert (alto saxophone -1,2) Coleman Hawkins (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Hank Jones (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Max Roach (drums)
NYC, December, 1946
1. SR1858-1Bean And The Boys
2. SR1858-2-
3. SR1859You Go To My Head
4. SR1860-1Cocktails For Two

1947

Dizzy Gillespie And His Orchestra - Dizzier And Dizzier  (RCA Victor LJM 1009)

Dave Burns, Dizzy Gillespie, Matthew McKay, Ray Orr, Elmon Wright (trumpet) Taswell Baird, William Shepherd (trombone) John Brown, Howard Johnson (alto saxophone) Joe Gayles, James Moody (tenor saxophone) Cecil Payne (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) John Collins (guitar) Ray Brown (bass) Joe Harris (drums)
NYC, August 22, 1947
D7VB1542-1Ow!
D7VB1544-1Two Bass Hit

Various Artists - The Be-Bop Era  (RCA Victor LPV 519)

Dave Burns, Matthew McKay, Ray Orr, Elmon Wright (trumpet) Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet, vocals -1, trumpet -2) Taswell Baird, William Shepherd (trombone) John Brown, Howard Johnson (alto saxophone) Joe Gayles, James Moody (tenor saxophone) Cecil Payne (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) John Collins (guitar) Ray Brown (bass) Joe Harris (drums) Kenny Hagood (vocals -1)
NYC, August 22, 1947
1. D7VB1543-1Oop-Pop-A-Da
2. D7VB1545-1Stay On It

Dizzy Gillespie And His Orchestra  (Arco AL 8)

Dave Burns, Matthew McKay, Ray Ore, Elmon Wright (trumpet) Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet, vocals) Joe Taswell Baird, William Shepherd (trombone) John Brown, Howard Johnson (alto saxophone) Joe Gayles, James Moody (tenor saxophone) Cecil Payne (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano, arranger) Al McKibbon (bass) Joe Harris (drums) Chano Pozo (congas) Lorenzo Salan (bongos) Kenny "Pancho" Hagood (vocals) Tadd Dameron, Gil Fuller, George Russell (arranger)
"Carnegie Hall", NYC, September 29, 1947
N1791-EFestival In Cuba
N1792-2EPanic In Puerto Rico
N1793-2EBop Salad
N1794-EA Serenade In Fifths
N1795-B2To Be Sure

Howard McGhee - Trumpet At Tempo  (Spotlite (E) SPJ 131)

Howard McGhee (trumpet) James Moody (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Hank Jones (piano) Ray Brown (bass) J.C. Heard (drums)
NYC, December 3, 1947
D1121-ADorothy
D1122-ANight Mist
D1122-B-
D1123-CCoolie-Rini
D1124-BNight Music
D1125-ATurnip Blood
D1125-B-
D1126-CSurrender
D1127-ASleep Walker Boogie
D1128-AStop Time Blues
D1129-AYou

Various Artists - Night Music  (Dial LP 217)

Howard McGhee (trumpet) James Moody (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Hank Jones (piano) Ray Brown (bass) J.C. Heard (drums): same session
NYC, December 3, 1947
D1130-ANight In Abyssinia

1948

The Howard McGhee Sextet With Milt Jackson  (Savoy MG 12026)

Howard McGhee (trumpet) Jimmy Heath (alto, baritone saxophone -1/5,7) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Will Davis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Joe Harris (drums)
Chicago, IL, February, 1948
1.Merry Lee
2.Short Life
3.Talk Of The Town
4.Bass C Jam
5.Down Home
6.Sweet And Lovely
7.Fiesta
8.I'm In The Mood For Love

Howard McGhee - McGhee  (Savoy SJL 2219)

Howard McGhee (trumpet) Jimmy Heath (alto, baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Will Davis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Joe Harris (drums)
Chicago, IL, February, 1948
Bass C Jam (alt. take)

Milt Jackson/Sonny Stitt - In The Beginning  (Galaxy GXY 204)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Alvin Jackson (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums) Chano Pozo (congas, bongos)
United Sound Systems, Detroit, MI, April, 1948
K5518 | 4001Bobbin' With Robin (Baggy's Blues)
K5519 | 4004Baggy Eyes
K5520 | 4003Slits
K5521 | 4002Autumn Breeze (In A Beautiful Mood)
Willie Wells (trumpet) Sonny Stitt as Lord Nelson (alto saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Will Davis (piano) Jimmy Glover (bass) Dave Heard (drums)
United Sound Systems, Detroit, MI, June, 1948
K5461 | 4017Stardust
K5462 | 4020Ratio And Proportion
K5508 | 4018Red Shoes (Everything Is Cool)
K5512 | 4019Time To Dream (Body And Soul)
Russell Jacquet (trumpet) Sonny Stitt as Lord Nelson (alto saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Sir Charles Thompson (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Max Roach (drums)
K5507 | 4022Be Bop Blues
K5509 | 4021Royal Wedding
K5510 | 4023Fine And Dandy
K5511 | 4024Silver Slipper (3rd Song)
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJC 1771, OJCCD 1771-2; America (F) 30 AM 6072.

Thelonious Monk - The Complete Genius  (Blue Note BN-LA579-H2)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Thelonious Monk (piano) John Simmons (bass) Shadow Wilson (drums) Kenny Pancho Hagood (vocals)
Apex Studios, NYC, July 2, 1948
BN326-3All The Things You Are
BN327-1I Should Care (alt. take)
** same contents as Blue Note BLP 1510 + BLP 1511 + 8 bonus tracks.

The Complete Blue Note Recordings Of Thelonious Monk  (Mosaic MR4-101)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Thelonious Monk (piano) John Simmons (bass) Shadow Wilson (drums) Kenny Pancho Hagood (vocals): same session
Apex Studios, NYC, July 2, 1948
BN327-2I Should Care
Sahib Shihab (alto saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Thelonious Monk (piano) Al McKibbon (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
WOR Studios, NYC, July 23, 1951
BN393-1Criss Cross (alt. take)
** same contents as Blue Note BLP 1510 + BLP 1511 + 25 bonus tracks.

Milt Jackson And The Thelonious Monk Quintet  (Blue Note BLP 1509)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Thelonious Monk (piano) John Simmons (bass) Shadow Wilson (drums)
Apex Studios, NYC, July 2, 1948
BN328-0Evidence
BN329-1Misterioso (alt. take)
Sahib Shihab (alto saxophone -1/3) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Thelonious Monk (piano) Al McKibbon (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
WOR Studios, NYC, July 23, 1951
1. BN392-2Four In One (alt. take)
2. BN393-0Criss Cross
3. BN394-0Eronel
4. BN397-0Willow Weep For Me
Lou Donaldson (alto saxophone -1,4,6) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
WOR Studios, NYC, April 7, 1952
1. BN422-0 tk.1Tahiti
2. BN423-1 tk.4Lillie
3. BN423-2 tk.5Lillie (alt. take)
4. BN424-2 tk.8Bags' Groove
5. BN425-3 tk.12What's New
6. BN427-0 tk.16On The Scene
** also issued on Blue Note BST 81509 (pseudo stereo).

Thelonious Monk - Genius Of Modern Music, Vol. 1  (Blue Note BLP 1510)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Thelonious Monk (piano) John Simmons (bass) Shadow Wilson (drums)
Apex Studios, NYC, July 2, 1948
BN329-0Misterioso
BN330-0Epistrophy
BN331-1I Mean You
** also issued on Blue Note BST 81510 (pseudo stereo).
** part of Blue Note BN-LA579-H2; Mosaic MR4-101.

The Tadd Dameron Band 1948  (Jazzland JLP 68)

Fats Navarro (trumpet) Rudy Williams (alto saxophone) Allen Eager (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Tadd Dameron (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
radio broadcast, "Royal Roost", NYC, September 4, 1948
Symphonette
Fats Navarro (trumpet) Kai Winding (trombone -2) Rudy Williams (alto saxophone) Allen Eager (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Tadd Dameron (piano) Curly Russell (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums) Chano Pozo (bongos)
radio broadcast, "Royal Roost", NYC, October 23, 1948
1.Good Bait, No. 2
2.Eb-Pob
** part of Milestone M 47041, MCD 47041-2.

The Fabulous Fats Navarro, Vol. 2  (Blue Note BLP 1532)

Fats Navarro (trumpet) Howard McGhee (trumpet, piano) Ernie Henry (alto saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano) Curly Russell (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
Apex Studios, NYC, October 11, 1948
BN336-1The Skunk (alt. take)
BN339-0Double Talk (alt. take)

Howard McGhee All Stars/Howard McGhee Sextet  (Blue Note (J) K18P-9274)

Fats Navarro (trumpet) Howard McGhee (trumpet, piano) Ernie Henry (alto saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano) Curly Russell (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums): same session
Apex Studios, NYC, October 11, 1948
BN337-1Boperation
BN336-3The Skunk
** same contents as Blue Note BLP 5012 + BLP 5024.

The Complete Blue Note And Capitol Recordings Of Fats Navarro And Tadd Dameron  (Blue Note 7243 8 33373 2)

Fats Navarro (trumpet) Howard McGhee (trumpet, piano) Ernie Henry (alto saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano) Curly Russell (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums): same session
Apex Studios, NYC, October 11, 1948
BN337-2Boperation (alt. take)

The Fabulous Fats Navarro, Vol. 1  (Blue Note BLP 1531)

Fats Navarro (trumpet) Howard McGhee (trumpet, piano) Ernie Henry (alto saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano) Curly Russell (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums): same session
Apex Studios, NYC, October 11, 1948
BN338-0Double Talk

1949

Milt Jackson - Roll 'Em Bags  (Savoy MG 12042)

Kenny Dorham (trumpet, piano) Julius Watkins (French horn) Billy Mitchell (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano) Curly Russell (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums) Joe Harris (timbales)
NYC, January 25, 1949
KC171CConglomeration
KC172ABruz
KC173CYou Go To My Head
KC174BRoll 'Em Bags
KC175BFaultless
KC176BHey Frenchy
Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Wade Legge (piano) Wendell Marshall (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
NYC, January 5, 1956
69116Come Rain Or Come Shine
69118Wild Man
69120Fred's Mood

Charlie Parker - Bird At The Roost, Vol. 2  (Savoy ZDS 4413/14)

Kenny Dorham (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Al Haig (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums) Dave Lambert, Buddy Stewart (vocals)
"Royal Roost", NYC, February 19, 1949
MC
-
-
MC: Jumpin' With Symphony Sid
commercial break #1
commercial break #2
same personnel
"Royal Roost", NYC, February 26, 1949
MC
-
-
-
Deedle
same personnel
"Royal Roost", NYC, March 5, 1949
Introduction By Dave Lambert And Buddy Stewart
What's This
MC
Jumpin' With Symphony Sid
Cheryl
MC
Anthropology
MC
Hurry Home
Deedle
Royal Roost Bop
MC
same personnel
"Royal Roost", NYC, March 12, 1949
MC
introduction By Charlie Parker
MC
Jumpin' With Symphony Sid

Charlie Parker - Bird At The Roost  (Savoy SJL 1108)

Kenny Dorham (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Al Haig (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums) Dave Lambert, Buddy Stewart (vocals): same personnel
"Royal Roost", NYC, February 19, 1949
Groovin' High
Confirmation
Salt Peanuts

Wini Brown - Miss Brown For You  (Savoy SJL 1163)

unknown (trumpet) unknown (alto saxophone) unknown (tenor saxophone) Charlie Fowlkes (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) unknown (piano) unknown (bass) possibly Kenny Clarke (drums) Wini Brown (vocals)
NYC, February 21, 1949
NSC464-1My Brand Of Honey
NSC464-2-
NSC465-2He's Good Enough For Me
NSC466-1If Love Is Trouble
NSC467-1Grieving For You
NSC467-2-

Milt Jackson/Kenny Clarke - Bluesology  (Savoy SJL 1130)

unknown (trumpet) unknown (alto saxophone) unknown (tenor saxophone) Charlie Fowlkes (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) unknown (piano) unknown (bass) possibly Kenny Clarke (drums) Wini Brown (vocals): same session
NYC, February 21, 1949
NSC464-4My Brand Of Honey
NSC465-3He's Good Enough For Me

Wini Brown - He's Good Enough For Me / If Love Is Trouble  (National 9078)

unknown (trumpet) unknown (alto saxophone) unknown (tenor saxophone) Charlie Fowlkes (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) unknown (piano) unknown (bass) possibly Kenny Clarke (drums) Wini Brown (vocals): same session
NYC, February 21, 1949
NSC466-4If Love Is Trouble

Wini Brown - Grieving For You / My Brand Of Honey  (National 9068)

unknown (trumpet) unknown (alto saxophone) unknown (tenor saxophone) Charlie Fowlkes (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) unknown (piano) unknown (bass) possibly Kenny Clarke (drums) Wini Brown (vocals): same session
NYC, February 21, 1949
NSC467-3Grieving For You

Meet Milt Jackson  (Savoy MG 12061)

Bill Massey (trumpet) Julius Watkins (French horn) Billy Mitchell (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Walter Bishop Jr. (piano) Nelson Boyd (bass) Roy Haynes (drums)
NYC, February 23, 1949
S36-110Hearing Bells
S36-111Junior
S36-112Bluesology
S36-113Bubu
Frank Morgan (alto saxophone) Walter Benton (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, vocals) Gerald Wiggins (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, November 1, 1954
SK4403I've Lost Your Love
Henry Coker (trombone) Frank Wess (tenor saxophone, flute) Charlie Fowlkes (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano) Eddie Jones (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums) Ernie Wilkins (arranger)
NYC, February 7, 1955
SKC4669-2Telefunken Blues #2
Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Wade Legge (piano) Wendell Marshall (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
NYC, January 5, 1956
69117They Can't Take That Away From Me
69119Soulful
69121Flamingo

Charlie Parker - The 'Bird' Returns  (Savoy MG 12179)

Kenny Dorham (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Al Haig (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums) Dave Lambert, Buddy Stewart (vocals)
"Royal Roost", NYC, February 26, 1949
Half Nelson
Scrapple From The Apple
same personnel
"Royal Roost", NYC, March 12, 1949
Cheryl
Chasin' The Bird

Newly Discovered Sides By Charlie Parker  (Savoy MG 12186)

Kenny Dorham (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Al Haig (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums) Dave Lambert, Buddy Stewart (vocals): same personnel
"Royal Roost", NYC, February 26, 1949
A Night In Tunisia
same personnel
"Royal Roost", NYC, March 12, 1949
On A Slow Boat To China

Charlie Parker - Bird On The Road  (Jazz Showcase LP 5003)

Kenny Dorham (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Al Haig (piano) Tommy Potter (bass) Max Roach (drums)
"Waldorf-Astoria Hotel", NYC, March 5, 1949
Anthropology

Nat "King" Cole/Erroll Garner - 20 Dynamic Fingers  (Alto AL 709)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Nat King Cole (piano, vocals) Irving Ashby (guitar) Joe Comfort (bass) Jack Costanzo (bongos) June Christy (vocals) Machito And His Orhestra
"Bob City", NYC, May 7, 1949
Nat Meets June

Various Artists - The Be Bop Boys  (Savoy SJL 2225)

Dave Burns, Mustapha Daleel, Bill Massey, Abdul Salaam (trumpet) Charlie Johnson, Haleen Rasheed, Clarence Ross, Rip Tarrant (trombone) Jimmy Heath, Sahib Shihab (alto saxophone) Pritchard Cheesman, Billy Mitchell (tenor saxophone) Cecil Payne (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano) Percy Heath (bass) Art Blakey (drums) Gil Fuller (arranger, conductor, vocals)
NYC, June 11, 1949
D172 | D268Mean To Me
D173Blues For A Debutante
D174 | D268The Scene Changes
D175Tropicana

1950

Miles Davis/Dizzy Gillespie/Fats Navarro - Trumpet Giants  (New Jazz NJLP 8296)

Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet, vocals) Jimmy Heath (alto saxophone) Jimmy Oliver (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano) Percy Heath (bass) Joe Harris (drums)
NYC, September 16, 1950
108She's Gone Again
109ANice Work If You Can Get It
110AThinking Of You
111Too Much Weight
** also issued on Prestige PR 16002.

1951

Dizzy Gillespie - Trane's First Ride 1951  (Oberon 5100)

Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet, vocals) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Billy Taylor (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Art Blakey (drums) Joe Carroll (vocals)
"Birdland", NYC, January 6, 1951
Congo Blues
Yesterdays
A Night In Tunisia
same personnel
"Birdland", NYC, January 13, 1951
Good Bait
add J.J. Johnson (trombone)
"Birdland", NYC, February 3, 1951
Birks' Works
I Can't Get Started
Jumpin' With Symphony Sid
John Lewis (piano) Carl "Kansas" Fields (drums) replaces Taylor, Blakey
"Birdland", NYC, March 17, 1951
Birks' Works (air check 2)

Dizzy Gillespie - Birks' Works  (Duke (It) D 1019)

Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet, vocals) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Billy Taylor (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Art Blakey (drums) Joe Carroll (vocals)
"Birdland", NYC, January 6, 1951
Ooh-Pa-Pa-Dah
Jumpin' With Symphony Sid (incomplete)
same personnel
"Birdland", NYC, January 13, 1951
Birks' Works
Jumpin' With Symphony Sid (incomplete)

Dizzy Gillespie - Trane's First Ride 1951, Vol. 2  (Broadcast Tributes 0009)

Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet, vocals) John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Billy Taylor (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Art Blakey (drums) Joe Carroll (vocals): same session
"Birdland", NYC, January 13, 1951
Good Groove
Tin Tin Deo, No. 1
same personnel
"Birdland", NYC, January 20, 1951
Groovin' High
A Night In Tunisia
add J.J. Johnson (trombone)
"Birdland", NYC, February 3, 1951
Good Bait
John Lewis (piano) Carl "Kansas" Fields (drums) replaces Taylor, Blakey
"Birdland", NYC, March 17, 1951
Tin Tin Deo, No. 3
The Champ
Jumpin' With Symphony Sid

Dizzy Gillespie - School Days  (Regent MG 6043)

Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet) John Coltrane (alto, tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano) Kenny Burrell (guitar) Percy Heath (bass) Carl "Kansas" Fields (drums) Freddy Strong (vocals)
Detroit, MI, March 1, 1951
4010We Love To Boogie
Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet) J.J. Johnson (trombone) Budd Johnson (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano) Percy Heath (bass) Art Blakey (drums) Joe Carroll, Melvin Moore (vocals)
NYC, April 16, 1951
3636Lady Be Good
3637Love Me Pretty Baby
Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet, vocals) Bill Graham (alto, baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano) Percy Heath (bass) Al Jones (drums) Joe Carroll, Melvin Moore (vocals)
NYC, August 16, 1951
1206I'm In A Mess
1210School Days
Bopsie's Blues
I Couldn't Beat The Rap
Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet) Bill Graham (alto, baritone saxophone) Stuff Smith (violin) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano, organ, vocals) Percy Heath (bass) Al Jones (drums) Joe Carroll (vocals)
NYC, October 25, 1951
2301Nobody Knows The Trouble (I've Seen)
** also issued on Savoy MG 12204 entitled "Dizzy Gillespie - Milt Jackson - Joe Carroll".

Dizzy Gillespie - The Champ  (Savoy MG 12047)

Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet) John Coltrane (alto, tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano) Kenny Burrell (guitar) Percy Heath (bass) Carl "Kansas" Fields (drums) Freddy Strong (vocals)
Detroit, MI, March 1, 1951
4015Tin Tin Deo
4020Birks' Works
Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet) J.J. Johnson (trombone) Budd Johnson (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano) Percy Heath (bass) Art Blakey (drums) Joe Carroll, Melvin Moore (vocals)
NYC, April 16, 1951
3638The Champ, Part 1&2
Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet, vocals) Bill Graham (alto, baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano) Percy Heath (bass) Al Jones (drums) Joe Carroll, Melvin Moore (vocals)
NYC, August 16, 1951
1500Swing Low, Sweet Cadillac
Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet) Bill Graham (alto, baritone saxophone) Stuff Smith (violin) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano, organ, vocals) Percy Heath (bass) Al Jones (drums) Joe Carroll (vocals)
NYC, October 25, 1951
2300Caravan
2302The Bluest Blues
2303On The Sunny Side Of The Street
2304Stardust
2305Time On My Hands

Thelonious Monk - Genius Of Modern Music, Vol. 2  (Blue Note BLP 1511)

Sahib Shihab (alto saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Thelonious Monk (piano) Al McKibbon (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
WOR Studios, NYC, July 23, 1951
BN392-1Four In One
BN395-0Straight, No Chaser
** also issued on Blue Note BST 81511 (pseudo stereo).
** part of Blue Note BN-LA579-H2; Mosaic MR4-101.

Dizzy Gillespie - Dee Gee Days  (Savoy SJL 2209)

Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet, vocals) Bill Graham (alto, baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano) Percy Heath (bass) Al Jones (drums) Joe Carroll, Melvin Moore (vocals)
NYC, August 16, 1951
Bopsie's Blues (alt. take)
Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet) Bill Graham (alto, baritone saxophone) Stuff Smith (violin) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano, organ, vocals) Percy Heath (bass) Al Jones (drums) Joe Carroll (vocals)
NYC, October 25, 1951
2300Caravan (alt. take)

Milt Jackson - The Quartette  (Savoy MG 12046)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
NYC, August 24, 1951
3000Milt Meets Sid
3001D And E
3002Yesterdays
3003Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea
Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Al Jones (drums)
NYC, September 18, 1951
Autumn Breeze
Moving Nicely
'Round Midnight
Bluesology
Kenny Clarke (drums) replaces Jones
NYC, April, 1952
HL321Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise
HL322Love Me Pretty Baby
HL323Heart And Soul
HL324True Blues

1952

Dizzy Gillespie - Dizzy At Home And Abroad  (Atlantic LP 1257)

Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet) Bill Graham (alto, baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano) Percy Heath (bass) Al Jones (drums) Joe Carroll (vocals -1,4)
NYC, February 29, 1952
1. 805Groovin' The Nursery Rhymes
2. 806This Is Happiness
3. 807Dizz' Tune (Mrs. Diz)
4. 808Love Is Here To Stay

Various Artists - Singin' And Swingin'  (Regent MG 6031)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Blossom Dearie (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums) Annie Ross (vocals)
NYC, April 1, 1952
Everytime
The Way You Look Tonight
I'm Beginning To Think You Care For Me
Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea
** also issued on Savoy MG 12060, MG 12217.

Milt Jackson - All Star Bags  (Blue Note BN-LA590-H2)

Lou Donaldson (alto saxophone -2,3) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
WOR Studios, NYC, April 7, 1952
1. BN425-2 tk.11What's New (alt. take)
2. BN426-0 tk.14Don't Get Around Much Anymore
3. BN426-1 tk.15Don't Get Around Much Anymore (alt. take)

Charlie Parker - Ballads And Birdland  (Klacto (E) MG 101)

Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
"Birdland", NYC, November 1, 1952
How High The Moon
Embraceable You
52nd Street Theme

Modern Jazz Quartet - Milt Jackson Quintet - MJQ  (Prestige PRLP 7059)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
NYC, December 22, 1952
403All The Things You Are
404La Ronde
405Vendome
406Rose Of The Rio Grande
Henry Boozier (trumpet) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Horace Silver (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, June 16, 1954
586Opus De Funk
587I've Lost Your Love
588Buhaina
589Soma
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJC 125, OJCCD 125-2.

Slim Gaillard - Cavorts  (Clef MGC 138)

Ben Webster (tenor saxophone) Cyril Hayes (piano) Slim Gaillard (guitar, vocals) Ray Brown (bass) Milt Jackson (drums)
NYC, December, 1952
1126-13Gomen Nasai (Forgive Me)

Slim Gaillard - Smorgasbord: Help Yourself!  (Verve MGV 2013)

Ben Webster (tenor saxophone) Cyril Hayes (piano) Slim Gaillard (guitar, vocals) Ray Brown (bass) Milt Jackson (drums): same session
NYC, December, 1952
1127-3Potato Chips

1953 (age 30)

John Lewis - Kenny Clarke - Ben Webster - Milt Jackson  (Ozone 22)

Ben Webster (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
"Birdland", NYC, February 21, 1953
Confirmation
You Are Too Beautiful
Lady Be Good
The Nearness Of You
Poutin'
same personnel
"Birdland", NYC, February 28, 1953
Danny Boy
Billie's Bounce
Cotton Tail

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Django  (Prestige PRLP 7057)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
NYC, June 25, 1953
499The Queen's Fancy
500Delaunay's Dilemma
501Autumn In New York
502But Not For Me
same personnel
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, December 23, 1954
673Django
674One Bass Hit
675Milano
same personnel
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, January 9, 1955
686La Ronde Suite, Part 1/4
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJC 057, OJCCD 057-2.

Sonny Rollins With The Modern Jazz Quartet, Art Blakey, Kenny Drew  (Prestige PRLP 7029)

Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
NYC, October 7, 1953
509In A Sentimental Mood
510The Stopper
511Almost Like Being In Love
512No Moe
** also issued on Prestige PRLP 7269 entitled "Sonny And The Stars". Prestige PR 7856 entitled "First Recordings!". Original Jazz Classics OJC 011, OJCCD 011-2.

Hooray For Milt Jackson - John Lewis - Art Blakey - Kenny Dorham  (Session Disc 110)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
"Birdland", NYC, October 31, 1953
Vendome
Lily
The Queen's Fancy
Bags' Groove
All The Things You Are
La Ronde

Russell Jacquet - Tormented / After Everybody's Gone  (Network N 1200)

Russell Jacquet, Quincy Jones (trumpet) Oscar Estelle (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (piano) Mickey Baker (guitar) Wade Legge (bass) Richie Goldberg (drums) The Heart Beats Quintet (vocal group) and others
NYC, 1953
NR3Tormented
NR4After Everybody's Gone

1954

Milt Jackson - Wizard Of The Vibes  (Disques Swing (F) LDM 30050)

J.J. Johnson (trombone) Al Cohn (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Henri Renaud (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Charlie Smith (drums)
NYC, March 7, 1954
I'll Remember April
Jerry's Old Man
Jay Jay Blues
There's No You
J.J. Johnson (trombone) Al Cohn (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (piano, vocals) Percy Heath (bass) Charlie Smith (drums)
Indiana
J.J. Johnson (trombone) Al Cohn (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Henri Renaud (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Charlie Smith (drums)
Out Of Nowhere
If I Had You
** also issued on Mode (F) CMDINT 9834 entitled "Wizard Of The Vibes: The Many Faces Of Jazz, Vol. 23".

J.J. Johnson/Milt Jackson - A Date In New York, Vol. 1: Jazz Legacy 30  (Jazz Legacy (F) JL 80)

J.J. Johnson (trombone) Al Cohn (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (piano, vocals) Percy Heath (bass) Charlie Smith (drums)
NYC, March 7, 1954
The More I See You
Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Percy Heath (bass) Charlie Smith (drums)
Lullaby Of The Leaves

J.J. Johnson/Al Cohn - A Date In New York, Vol. 2: Jazz Legacy 46  (Jazz Legacy (F) JL 96)

J.J. Johnson (trombone) Al Cohn (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Henri Renaud (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Charlie Smith (drums)
NYC, March 7, 1954
If I Had You (alt. take)

Kenny Clarke - Telefunken Blues  (Savoy MG 12006)

Frank Morgan (alto saxophone) Walter Benton (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, vocals) Gerald Wiggins (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, November 1, 1954
SK4400Sonor
SK4401Strollin'
SK4402Blues Mood
SK4404Skoot
Henry Coker (trombone) Frank Wess (tenor saxophone, flute) Charlie Fowlkes (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano) Eddie Jones (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums) Ernie Wilkins (arranger)
NYC, February 7, 1955
SKC4666Klook's Nook
SKC4667Inhibitions
SKC4668Beggin' The Blues
SKC4669Telefunken Blues

Miles Davis - Bags' Groove  (Prestige PRLP 7109)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Thelonious Monk (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, December 24, 1954
676-1Bags' Groove
676-2Bags' Groove (alt. take)
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJC 245, OJCCD 245-2.
** part of Prestige PRLP 16-3.

Miles Davis And The Modern Jazz Giants  (Prestige PRLP 7150)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Thelonious Monk (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums): same session
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, December 24, 1954
677Bemsha Swing
678Swing Spring
679-1The Man I Love
679-2The Man I Love (alt. take)
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJC 347, OJCCD 347-2.
** part of Prestige PRLP 16-3.

1955

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Classic Concepts  (Alto AL 716)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
"Birdland", NYC, January 20, 1955
What's New
I'll Remember April
Django (Old Django)
same personnel
"Birdland", NYC, January 23, 1955
Concorde
Yesterdays
One Bass Hit
same personnel
"Birdland", NYC, January 30, 1955
Bags' Groove

The Modern Jazz Quartet  (Session Disc 111)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums): same session
"Birdland", NYC, January 30, 1955
What's New
One Bass Hit
Django
Concorde
Milt Meets Sid
same personnel
"Birdland", NYC, February 6, 1955
D&E
Yesterdays
Bluesology

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Maynard Ferguson Sextet  (Session Disc 112)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums): same session
"Birdland", NYC, February 6, 1955
Autumn In New York
Autumn Nocturne
Milt Meets Sid
Summertime
Maynard Ferguson (trumpet) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums) and others
"Half Note", NYC, March, 1966
Two And Fro
Summertime

Milt Jackson Quartet  (Prestige PRLP 7003)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Horace Silver (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, May 20, 1955
735Wonder Why
736I Should Care
737My Funny Valentine
738Stonewall
739Moonray
740The Nearness Of You
** also issued on Prestige PRLP 7224 entitled "Soul Pioneers". Original Jazz Classics OJC 001, OJCCD 001-2.
** part of Prestige PRLP 16-1.

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Concorde  (Prestige PRLP 7005)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, July 2, 1955
760-2Ralph's New Blues
761All Of You
762I'll Remember April
763Gershwin Medley: Soon / For You, For Me, Forevermore / Love Walked In / Our Love Is Here To Stay
764Concorde
765Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJC 002, OJCCD 002-2.
** part of Prestige PRLP 16-1.

Miles Davis And Milt Jackson Quintet/Sextet  (Prestige PRLP 7034)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Jackie McLean (alto saxophone -1,3) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Ray Bryant (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Art Taylor (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, August 5, 1955
1. 781Dr. Jackle (Dr. Jekyll)
2. 782Bitty Ditty
3. 783Minor March
4. 784Blues Changes
** also issued on Prestige PR 7540 entitled "Odyssey". Original Jazz Classics OJC 012, OJCCD 012-2.

Milt Jackson/Frank Wess - Opus De Jazz  (Savoy MG 12036)

Frank Wess (tenor saxophone, flute) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Hank Jones (piano) Eddie Jones (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
NYC, October 28, 1955
69054Opus De Funk
69055Opus Pocus
69056You Leave Me Breathless
69057Opus And Interlude

1956

Milt Jackson - Ballads And Blues  (Atlantic LP 1242)

Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Skeeter Best (guitar) Oscar Pettiford (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
NYC, January 17, 1956
1828Hello
1829Bright Blues
1830How High The Moon
Ralph Burns, Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Barry Gailbraith (guitar) Oscar Pettiford (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
NYC, January 21, 1956
1839So In Love
1841They Didn't Believe Me
1842Solitude
Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Barney Kessel (guitar) Percy Heath (bass) Lawrence Marable (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, February 14, 1956
2625The Song Is Ended
2626Gerry's Blues
2628These Foolish Things

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Fontessa  (Atlantic LP 1231)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, January 22, 1956
1843Woody'n You
1844Willow Weep For Me
1845Fontessa
1846Versailles (Porte De Versailles)
1847Angel Eyes
1848Over The Rainbow
same personnel
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, February 14, 1956
2630Bluesology

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Fontessa  (Atlantic SD 1231)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums): same personnel
NYC, January 22, 1956
1843Woody'n You (stereo take)
same personnel
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, February 14, 1956
2630Bluesology (stereo take)

Milt Jackson - The Jazz Skyline  (Savoy MG 12070)

Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Hank Jones (piano) Wendell Marshall (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums)
NYC, January 23, 1956
69122Lover
69123Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man
69124The Lady Is A Tramp
69125Angel Face
69126Sometimes I'm Happy
69127What's New

Milt Jackson - Jackson'sville  (Savoy MG 12080)

Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Hank Jones (piano) Wendell Marshall (bass) Kenny Clarke (drums): same session
NYC, January 23, 1956
69128Now's The Time
69129In A Sentimental Mood
69130Mood Indigo
69131Azure
69132Minor Conception
69133Soul In 3/4

The Modern Jazz Quartet  (Voice Of America J 100)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
"Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, July 5, 1956
Django
How High The Moon
'Round Midnight
I'll Remember April
Versailles
Two Degrees East, Three Degrees West
Ralph's New Blues
England's Carol (God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen)
Willow Weep For Me

The Modern Jazz Quartet At Music Inn - Guest Artist: Jimmy Giuffre  (Atlantic LP 1247)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums) with guest artist: Jimmy Giuffre (clarinet -2,4,5)
"Music Inn", Lenox, MA, August 28, 1956
1. 2096Oh Bess, Oh Where's My Bess
2. 2097A Fugue For Music Inn
3. 2098Two Degrees East, Three Degrees West
4. 2099Serenade
5. 2100Fun
6. 2101Sun Dance
7. 2102The Man That Got Away
8. 2103A Morning In Paris
9. 2104Variation No. 1 On God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen

The Modern Jazz Quartet At Music Inn - Guest Artist: Jimmy Giuffre  (Atlantic SD 1247)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
"Music Inn", Lenox, MA, August 28, 1956
2101Sun Dance (stereo take)

Quincy Jones - This Is How I Feel About Jazz  (ABC-Paramount ABC 149)

Art Farmer (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland (trombone) Herbie Mann (flute, tenor saxophone) Gene Quill (alto saxophone) Zoot Sims (tenor saxophone -1) Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone -2) Jack Nimitz (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Hank Jones (piano) Charles Mingus (bass) Charlie Persip (drums) Father John Crawley (handclaps -2) Quincy Jones (arranger, conductor)
Beltone Recording Studios, NYC, September 14, 1956
1. 5332Evening In Paris
2. 5333Sermonette
** also issued on Impulse! GRD 115.
** part of Impulse! IA 9342-2; Mosaic MD5-237.

Lester Young Meets Miles, M.J.Q. And The Jack Teagarden All Stars  (Unique Jazz UJ 14)

Miles Davis (trumpet) Lester Young (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums) Kurt Edelhagen Big Band (-2)
"Stadthalle", Sindelfingen, West Germany, November 12, 1956
1.How High The Moon
2.Lester Leaps In

The Modern Jazz Quartet  (Ozone 16)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
"Birdland", NYC, 1956
Two Degrees East, Three Degrees West
Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea
Angel Eyes
Bluesology
God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen
Delaunay's Dilemma
Oh Bess, Oh Where's My Bess
Bags' Groove

1957

Milt Jackson - Plenty, Plenty Soul  (Atlantic LP 1269)

Joe Newman (trumpet) Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Horace Silver (piano) Oscar Pettiford (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, January 5, 1957
2435Ignunt Oil
2436Blues At Twilight
2437Sermonette
2438The Spirit-Feel
Joe Newman (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland (trombone) Cannonball Adderley as Ronnie Peters (alto saxophone) Frank Foster (tenor saxophone) Sahib Shihab (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Horace Silver (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Art Blakey (drums) Quincy Jones (arranger)
NYC, January 7, 1957
2439Plenty, Plenty Soul
2440Boogity Boogity
2441Heartstrings
** also issued on Atlantic SD 1269, SD 8811.

Hank Mobley And His All Stars  (Blue Note BLP 1544)

Hank Mobley (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Horace Silver (piano) Doug Watkins (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, January 13, 1957
tk.2Reunion
tk.3Lower Stratosphere
tk.4Don't Walk
tk.6Ultramarine
tk.7Mobley's Musings
** also issued on Blue Note BST 81544 (pseudo stereo).
** part of Mosaic MQ10-181, MD6-181.

The Modern Jazz Quartet Plays One Never Knows (No Sun In Venice)  (Atlantic LP 1284)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, April 4, 1957
2500Venice
same personnel
"Music Inn", Lenox, MA, August 24, 1957
2715The Golden Striker
2716Cortege
2717One Never Knows
2718Three Windows
2719The Rose Truc
** also issued on Atlantic SD 1284.

The Modern Jazz Quartet  (Atlantic LP 1265)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums): same personnel
NYC, April 5, 1957
2501Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea
2502La Ronde: Drums
2503A Night In Tunisia
2504Yesterdays
2505Bags' Groove
2506Baden-Baden
2507Ballad Medley: They Say It's Wonderful / How Deep Is The Ocean / (I Don't Stand) A Ghost Of A Chance With You / My Old Flame / Body And Soul

Chris Connor Sings The George Gershwin Almanac Of Song  (Atlantic LP 2-601)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Stan Free (piano, arranger) Mundell Lowe (guitar) Milt Hinton (bass) Ed Shaughnessy (drums) Chris Connor (vocals)
NYC, May 1, 1957
2516How Long Has This Been Going On
2517I Can't Be Bothered Now
2518Love Walked In
2519Somebody Loves Me
2520Embraceable You

Milt Jackson - Bags And Flutes  (Atlantic LP 1294)

Bobby Jaspar (flute) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Tommy Flanagan (piano) Kenny Burrell (guitar) Percy Heath (bass) Art Taylor (drums)
NYC, May 21, 1957
2550Bags' New Groove
2551Connie's Blues
Frank Wess (flute) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Hank Jones (piano) Kenny Burrell (guitar) Percy Heath (bass) Art Taylor (drums)
NYC, June 10, 1957
2582Midget Rod
2583I'm Afraid The Masquerade Is Over
2584Sweet And Lovely
same personnel
NYC, June 17, 1957
2603Sandy
2604Ghana
** also issued on Atlantic SD 1294.

The Modern Jazz Quartet And Guests - Third Stream Music  (Atlantic LP 1345)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums) and Jimmy Giuffre (clarinet) Jim Hall (guitar) Ralph Pena (bass)
"Music Inn", Lenox, MA, August 24, 1957
2713Medley: Da Capo
-Medley: Fine
Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano, conductor) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums) with Alan Martin, Gerald Tarack (violin) Carl Eberl (viola) Joseph Tekula (cello) Gunther Schuller (conductor)
NYC, September 23, 1959
3781Sketch
3782Conversation
Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums) with Paul Ingraham (French horn) Bob Di Domenica (flute) Manny Ziegler (bassoon) Bill McColl (clarinet) Joseph Tekula (cello) Betty Glamann (harp) Gunther Schuller (arranger, conductor)
NYC, January 15, 1960
4053Exposure
** also issued on Atlantic SD 1345.

Milt Jackson/Ray Charles - Soul Brothers  (Atlantic LP 1279)

Ray Charles (alto saxophone, piano) Billy Mitchell (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano, guitar) Skeeter Best (guitar -1,2,4,5) Oscar Pettiford (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, September 12, 1957
1. 2726How Long, How Long Blues
2. 2727Cosmic Ray
3. 2732'Deed I Do
4. 2733Blue Funk
5. 2734Soul Brothers
6. 2735Bags Guitar Blues
** also issued on Atlantic SD 1279.

Ray Charles/Milt Jackson - Soul Meeting  (Atlantic LP 1360)

Ray Charles (alto saxophone, piano) Billy Mitchell (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano, guitar) Oscar Pettiford (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, September 12, 1957
2730Bags Of Blues
Ray Charles (alto saxophone, piano, electric piano) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano) Kenny Burrell (guitar) Percy Heath (bass) Art Taylor (drums)
NYC, April 10, 1958
3042Soul Meeting
3043Hallelujah I Love Him So
3044Blue Genius
3045X-Ray Blues
3046Love On My Mind
** also issued on Atlantic SD 1360.

The Modern Jazz Quartet And The Oscar Peterson Trio At The Opera House  (Verve MGV 8269)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
"Opera House", Chicago, IL, October 19, 1957
D&E Blues
Now's The Time
'Round Midnight
** also issued on Verve MGVS 6069, V/V6 8482.

Various Artists - The Historic Donaueschingen Jazz Conzert 1957  (MPS (G) 15479)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums): same personnel
Donaueschingen, West Germany, October 27, 1957
Three Windows
The Golden Striker
Cortege
J.B. Blues
** also issued on Pausa PR 7081.

Modern Jazz Quartet Live At Donaueschingen 1957 And Sanremo 1958  (Ingo (It) twelve)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums): same session
Donaueschingen, West Germany, October 27, 1957
The Rose Truc
same personnel
San Remo, Italy, January 19, 1958
I'll Remember April
A Night In Tunisia
Django

1958

Modern Jazz Quartet And Chico Hamilton - Sessions, Live  (Calliope CAL 3027)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
KABC-TV, Stars Of Jazz #101. 1958-#23, June 9, 1958
The Golden Striker
same session
Midsommer

The Modern Jazz Quartet At Music Inn, Vol. 2 - Guest Artist: Sonny Rollins  (Atlantic LP 1299)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums): same personnel
"Music Inn", Lenox, MA, August 3, 1958
3143Yardbird Suite
3145Festival Sketch
3146Midsommer
3147Medley: Stardust / I Can't Get Started / Lover Man
add with guest artist: Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone)
"Music Inn", Lenox, MA, August 31, 1958
3937Bags' Groove
3938Night In Tunisia
** also issued on Atlantic SD 1299.

Milt Jackson/Coleman Hawkins - Bean Bags  (Atlantic LP 1316)

Coleman Hawkins (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Tommy Flanagan (piano) Kenny Burrell (guitar) Eddie Jones (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, September 12, 1958
3135Close Your Eyes
3136Stuffy
3137Sandra's Blues
3138Indian Blues
3141Don't Take Your Love From Me
3142Get Happy
** also issued on Atlantic SD 1316.

Cannonball Adderley/Milt Jackson - Things Are Getting Better  (Riverside RLP 12-286)

Cannonball Adderley (alto saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
NYC, October 28, 1958
Blues Oriental
Things Are Getting Better
Serves Me Right (take 5)
Groovin' High
The Sidewalks Of New York (take 5)
Sounds For Sid
Just One Of Those Things
** also issued on Riverside RLP 1128; Original Jazz Classics OJC 032, OJCCD 032-2.
** part of Milestone M 47001.

Cannonball Adderley/Milt Jackson - Things Are Getting Better  (Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 032-2)

Cannonball Adderley (alto saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Art Blakey (drums): same session
NYC, October 28, 1958
Serves Me Right (take 4)
The Sidewalks Of New York (take 4)
** reissue of Riverside RLP 12-286 + 2 bonus tracks.

Cannonball Adderley - Cannonball And Eight Giants  (Milestone M 47001)

Cannonball Adderley (alto saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Art Blakey (drums): same session
NYC, October 28, 1958
A Few Words...
** same contents as Riverside RLP 12-286 + 8 bonus tracks.

Milt Jackson - Bags' Opus  (United Artists UAL 4022)

Art Farmer (trumpet) Benny Golson (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Tommy Flanagan (piano) Paul Chembers (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
Nola's Penthouse Sound Studios, NYC, December 28 & 29, 1958
Ill Wind
Blues For Diahann
Afternoon In Paris
I Remember Clifford
Thinking Of You
Whisper Not
** also issued on United Artists UAS 5022.

The Modern Jazz Quartet  (Europa Jazz (It) EJ 1005)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums) Jazz Group De Paris
Paris, France, 1958
Animal Dance
Django
Milano
Bluesology
Bags' Groove
Sketch 3
Ambiquite
Odd's Against Tomorrow

1959

John Coltrane - The Coltrane Legacy  (Atlantic SD 1553)

John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Hank Jones (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, January 15, 1959
3300Stairway To The Stars
3306Blues Legacy
3307Centerpiece

Milt Jackson/John Coltrane - Bags And Trane  (Atlantic LP 1368)

John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Hank Jones (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Connie Kay (drums): same session
NYC, January 15, 1959
3301The Late, Late Blues
3302Bags And Trane
3303Three Little Words
3304The Night We Called It A Day
3305Dizzy's Fingers (Be-Bop)
** also issued on Atlantic SD 1368.

The Ballad Artistry Of Milt Jackson  (Atlantic LP 1342)

Don Hammond (alto flute) Julius Held, Harry Lookofsky, David Nadien, Leonard Posner, Sol Shapiro (violin) Harold Coletta, David Mankowitz (viola) George Ricci (cello) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Jimmy Jones (piano, arranger) Chuck Wayne (guitar) Milt Hinton (bass) Connie Kay (drums) Quincy Jones (arranger, conductor)
NYC, May 1, 1959
3458Deep In A Dream
3459Nuages
3460Tomorrow
3461The Midnight Sun Will Never Set
Romeo Penque (reeds) Paul Gershman, Julius Held, Leo Kahn, Harry Katzman, Harry Lookofsky, David Nadien, Gene Orloff, Sol Shapiro (violin) Al Brown, David Mankowitz (viola) Maurice Brown, George Ricci (cello) Gloria Agostini (harp) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Jimmy Jones (piano) Barry Galbraith (guitar) Milt Hinton (bass) Connie Kay (drums) Quincy Jones (arranger, conductor)
NYC, September 9, 1959
3767Don't Worry 'Bout Me
3768I'm A Fool To Want You
3769Tenderly
Don Hammond (alto flute) Max Cahn, Alexander Cores, Paul Gershman, Julius Held, Leo Kahn, Harry Katzman, Harry Lookofsky, David Nadien, George Ockner, Leonard Posner (violin) Al Brown, Harold Coletta, Burt Fisch, David Mankowitz (viola) Charles McCracken, George Ricci, Harvey Shapiro (cello) Gloria Agostini (harp) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Jimmy Jones (piano) Barry Galbraith (guitar) Bill Crow (bass) Connie Kay (drums) Quincy Jones (arranger, conductor)
NYC, September 10, 1959
3770Alone Together
3771The Cylinder
3772Makin' Whoopee
** also issued on Atlantic SD 1342.

John Lewis - Odds Against Tomorrow  (United Artists UAL 4061)

Melvyn Broiles, Bernie Glow, John Ware, Joe Wilder (trumpet) John Clark, Tom McIntosh (trombone) Ray Alonge, Paul Ingraham, Al Richman, Gunther Schuller (French horn) Harvey Phillips (tuba) Robert DiDomenica (flute) Harvey Shapiro, Joseph Tekula (cello) Ruth Berman (harp) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Bill Evans (piano) Jim Hall (guitar) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums) Richard Horowitz (timpani) Walter Rosenberger (percussion) John Lewis (composer)
NYC, July 16, 17 & 20, 1959
Prelude To Odds Against Tomorrow
A Cold Wind Is Blowing
Five Figure People Crossing Paths
How To Frame Pigeons
Morning Trip To Melton
Looking At The Caper
Johnny Ingram's Possessions
The Carousel Incident
Skating In Central Park
No Happiness For Slater
Main Theme: Odds Against Tomorrow
Games
Social Call
The Impractical Man
Advance On Melton
Waiting Around The River
Distractions
The Caper Failure
Postlude
** also issued on United Artists UAS 5061.

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Pyramid  (Atlantic LP 1325)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
"Music Inn", Lenox, MA, August 22, 1959
3730Django (mono take)
same personnel
"Music Inn", Lenox, MA, August 25, 1959
3731Romaine
same personnel
NYC, December 21, 1959
3978It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
3979Pyramid
same personnel
NYC, January 15, 1960
4054Vendome
4055How High The Moon

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Pyramid  (Atlantic SD 1325)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums): same personnel
"Music Inn", Lenox, MA, August 22, 1959
3730Django

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Odds Against Tomorrow  (United Artists UAL 4063)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums): same personnel
Olmstead Sound Studios, NYC, October 9 & 10, 1959
A Social Call
Skating In Central Park
Cue #9
No Happiness For Slater
A Cold Wind Is Blowing
Odds Against Tomorrow
** also issued on United Artists UAS 5063. United Artists UAL 4072, UAS 5072 entitled "Patterns".

1960

Milt Jackson - Vibrations  (Atlantic LP 1417)

Henry Boozier (trumpet) Tom McIntosh (trombone) Jimmy Heath (tenor saxophone) Tate Houston (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Tommy Flanagan (piano) Alvin Jackson (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, February 23, 1960
4262Blue Jubilee
4263Mallets Towards None
Henry Boozier (trumpet -1/3) Tom McIntosh (trombone -1/3) Jimmy Heath (tenor saxophone) Tate Houston (baritone saxophone -1/3) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Tommy Flanagan (piano) Alvin Jackson (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, February 24, 1960
1. 4265Algo Bueno (Woody'n You)
2. 4267Darbin The Redd Fox
3. 4268Sweet Georgia Brown
4. 4269Let Me Hear The Blues
Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Tommy Flanagan (piano) Kenny Burrell (guitar) George Duvivier (bass) Connie Kay (drums) 5 vocals
NYC, March 14, 1961
5408Vibrations
5410Melancholy Blues
** also issued on Atlantic SD 1417.

The Modern Jazz Quartet - European Concert, Vol. 1  (Atlantic LP 1385)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
live in Stockholm, Sweden, April 11, 1960
4788I Remember Clifford
4789Festival Sketch
same personnel
live in Goteborg, Sweden, 1st concert, April 12, 1960
4816Django
4817Bluesology
4818I Should Care
4819La Ronde
4824Odds Against Tomorrow
same personnel
live in Stockholm, Sweden, April 13, 1960
4808Vendome
** also issued on Atlantic SD 1385.

The Modern Jazz Quartet - European Concert, Vol. 2  (Atlantic LP 1386)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums): same personnel
live in Stockholm, Sweden, April 11, 1960
4793The Cylinder
4794Pyramid
4798Bags' Groove
4800I'll Remember April
same personnel
live in Goteborg, Sweden, 1st concert, April 12, 1960
4828Skating In Central Park
same personnel
live in Stockholm, Sweden, April 13, 1960
4812It Don't Mean A Thing
4815'Round Midnight
** also issued on Atlantic SD 1386.

The Modern Jazz Quartet And Orchestra  (Atlantic LP 1359)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums) unidentified large symphony orchestra, Werner Heider, Gunther Schuller (conductor)
Stuttgart, West Germany, June 3, 1960
4619England's Carol (God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen)
4620Divertimento
same personnel
Stuttgart, West Germany, June 4, 1960
4621Around The Blues
4622Concertino For Jazz Quartet And Orchestra: First Movement
4623Concertino For Jazz Quartet And Orchestra: Third Movement
4624Concertino For Jazz Quartet And Orchestra: Second Movement - Passacaglia
** also issued on Atlantic SD 1359.

The Modern Jazz Quartet - England's Carol, Part 1&2  (Atlantic 2085)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums) unidentified large symphony orchestra, Werner Heider, Gunther Schuller (conductor): same personnel
Stuttgart, West Germany, June 3, 1960
5165England's Carol, Part 1
5166England's Carol, Part 2

The Modern Jazz Quartet - The Comedy  (Atlantic LP 1390)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums) Diahann Carroll (vocals)
NYC, October 20, 1960
5117La Cantatrice (mono take)
omit Carroll
NYC, January 22, 1962
5900Spanish Steps
5901Columbine
5902Pulcinella
same personnel
NYC, January 23, 1962
5903Pierrot
5904Harlequin (mono take)
same personnel
NYC, January 24, 1962
5908Piazza Navona

The Modern Jazz Quartet - The Comedy  (Atlantic SD 1390)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums) Diahann Carroll (vocals)
NYC, October 20, 1960
5117La Cantatrice
omit Carroll
NYC, January 23, 1962
5904Harlequin

1961

Oscar Peterson/Milt Jackson - Very Tall  (Verve V/V6 8429)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Oscar Peterson (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Ed Thigpen (drums)
NYC, September 15, 1961
61VK344On Green Dolphin Street
61VK345Reunion Blues
same personnel
NYC, September 18, 1961
61VK347Heartstrings
61VK348The Work Song
61VK349John Brown's Body
61VK350A Wonderful Guy

Milt Jackson - Statements  (Impulse! A 14)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Hank Jones (piano) Paul Chambers (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, December 14 & 15, 1961
Statement
Slowly
A Thrill From The Blues
Paris Blues
Put Off
A Beautiful Romance
Sonnymoon For Two
Theme: The Bad And The Beautiful
** also issued on Impulse! GRD 130.

Wes Montgomery - The Complete Riverside Recordings  (Riverside 12RCD 4408-2)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Wes Montgomery (guitar) Sam Jones (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums)
Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, December 18, 1961
Stablemates (take 2)
same personnel
Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, December 19, 1961
S.K.J. (take 4)
Sam Sack (take 2)

Milt Jackson/Wes Montgomery - Bags Meets Wes!  (Riverside RLP 407)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Wes Montgomery (guitar) Sam Jones (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums): same personnel
Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, December 18, 1961
Stablemates (take 4)
Stairway To The Stars (take 6)
Blue Roz (take 4)
Jingles (take 9)
same personnel
Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, December 19, 1961
S.K.J. (take 7)
Sam Sack (take 3)
Delilah (take 4)
** also issued on Riverside RS 9407; Original Jazz Classics OJC 234, OJCCD 234-2.
** part of Milestone M 47013.

The Alternative Wes Montgomery  (Milestone M 47065)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Wes Montgomery (guitar) Sam Jones (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums): same personnel
Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, December 18, 1961
Stairway To The Stars (take 2)
Jingles (take 8)
** also issued on Milestone MCD 47065-2.

Wes Montgomery/Milt Jackson/George Shearing - Wes And Friends  (Milestone M 47013)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Wynton Kelly (piano) Wes Montgomery (guitar) Sam Jones (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums): same session
Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, December 18, 1961
Blue Roz (take 3)
same personnel
Plaza Sound Studios, NYC, December 19, 1961
Delilah (take 3)
** same contents as Riverside RLP 407 + Jazzland JLP 55 + 2 bonus tracks.

1962

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Lonely Woman  (Atlantic LP 1381)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, January 24, 1962
5909Trieste
same personnel
NYC, January 25, 1962
5910Lonely Woman
same personnel
NYC, January 29, 1962
5921New York 19
5922Animal Dance
same personnel
NYC, February 2, 1962
5939Lamb, Leopard
5940Fugato
5941Why Are You Blue
5942Belkis
** also issued on Atlantic SD 1381.

Milt Jackson - Big Bags  (Riverside RLP 429)

Dave Burns, Doc Severinsen, Clark Terry (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland, Melba Liston (trombone) Willie Ruff (French horn) George Dorsey, James Moody (alto saxophone, flute) Jimmy Heath, Jerome Richardson (tenor saxophone, flute) Tate Houston (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Hank Jones (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Connie Kay (drums) Tadd Dameron (arranger, conductor)
NYC, June, 1962
'Round Midnight (take 2)
The Dream Is You
If You Could See Me Now
Nat Adderley, Bernie Glow, Ernie Royal, Clark Terry (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland, Paul Faulise, Melba Liston (trombone) George Dorsey, Jerome Richardson (alto saxophone) James Moody (tenor saxophone) Arthur Clarke (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Hank Jones (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums) Ernie Wilkins (arranger, conductor)
NYC, June-July, 1962
Old Devil Moon
You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To
Later Than You Think
Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, Snooky Young (trumpet) Melba Liston, Tom McIntosh (trombone) Willie Ruff (French horn) Earl Warren (alto saxophone) James Moody (tenor saxophone) Jerome Richardson (tenor saxophone, flute) Tate Houston (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Hank Jones (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Connie Kay (drums) Tadd Dameron (arranger, conductor -1,4) Ernie Wilkins (arranger, conductor -2,3)
NYC, July 5, 1962
1.Echoes
2.Star Eyes (take 5)
3.Namesake
4.If I Should Lose You
** also issued on Riverside RS 9429; Original Jazz Classics OJC 366, OJCCD 366-2.
** part of Milestone M 47006.

Milt Jackson - Big Bags  (Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 366-2)

Dave Burns, Doc Severinsen, Clark Terry (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland, Melba Liston (trombone) Willie Ruff (French horn) George Dorsey, James Moody (alto saxophone, flute) Jimmy Heath, Jerome Richardson (tenor saxophone, flute) Tate Houston (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Hank Jones (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Connie Kay (drums) Tadd Dameron (arranger, conductor)
NYC, June, 1962
'Round Midnight (take 1)
Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, Snooky Young (trumpet) Melba Liston, Tom McIntosh (trombone) Willie Ruff (French horn) Earl Warren (alto saxophone) James Moody (tenor saxophone) Jerome Richardson (tenor saxophone, flute) Tate Houston (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Hank Jones (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Connie Kay (drums) Ernie Wilkins (arranger, conductor)
NYC, July 5, 1962
Star Eyes (take 4)
** reissue of Riverside RLP 429 + 2 bonus tracks.

Milt Jackson - Invitation  (Riverside RLP 446)

Kenny Dorham (trumpet) Jimmy Heath (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Tommy Flanagan (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, August 30, 1962
Ruby, My Dear (take 6)
Ruby
Kenny Dorham (trumpet -1,2,4) Jimmy Heath (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Tommy Flanagan (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, October 31, 1962
1.Invitation
2.The Dealer (The Sealer)
3.Stella By Starlight
4.None Shall Wonder (None Shall Wander (take 8))
Kenny Dorham, Virgil Jones (trumpet) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Tommy Flanagan (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, November 7, 1962
Too Close For Comfort
Poom-A-Loom
** also issued on Riverside RS 9446; Original Jazz Classics OJC 260, OJCCD 260-2.

Milt Jackson - Invitation  (Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 260-2)

Kenny Dorham (trumpet) Jimmy Heath (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Tommy Flanagan (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, August 30, 1962
Ruby, My Dear (take 5)
same personnel
NYC, October 31, 1962
None Shall Wander (take 6)
** reissue of Riverside RLP 446 + 2 bonus tracks.

1963 (age 40)

Milt Jackson And Big Brass - For Someone I Love  (Riverside RLP 478)

Dave Burns, Thad Jones, Clark Terry, Snooky Young (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland, Quentin Jackson, John Rains (trombone) Ray Alonge, Bob Northern, Julius Watkins (French horn) Major Holley (tuba) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Hank Jones (piano) Richard Davis (bass) Charlie Persip (drums) Melba Liston (arranger, conductor)
NYC, March 18, 1963
Save Your Love For Me
Extraordinary Blues (Monterey Mist)
Flamingo
Bossa Bags
Bill Berry, Dave Burns, Clark Terry, Elmon Wright, Snooky Young (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland, Quentin Jackson, Tom McIntosh (trombone) Ray Alonge, Paul Ingraham, Willie Ruff, Julius Watkins (French horn) Major Holley (tuba) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Jimmy Jones (piano) Richard Davis (bass) Connie Kay (drums) Melba Liston (arranger, conductor)
NYC, August 5, 1963
Days Of Wine And Roses
For Someone I Love
(What's Your Story,) Morning Glory
Chelsea Bridge
Just Waiting
** also issued on Riverside RS 9478; Original Jazz Classics OJC 404, OJCCD 404-2.
** part of Milestone M 47006.

The Modern Jazz Quartet - The Sheriff  (Atlantic LP 1414)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, May 16, 1963
7003Bachianas Brasileiras
7004Mean To Me
7005Natural Affection
7006Donnie's Theme
7469Carnival
same personnel
NYC, May 17, 1963
7022The Sheriff
same personnel
NYC, December 20, 1963
7493In A Crowd
** also issued on Atlantic SD 1414.

The Modern Jazz Quartet/Quartetto Di Milano/Hungarian Gypsy Quartet - A Quartet Is A Quartet Is A Quartet  (Atlantic LP 1420)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums): same personnel
NYC, May 17, 1963
7019Concorde
7021Winter Tale
7023Reunion Blues
7024Yesterdays
** also issued on Atlantic SD 1420.

Milt Jackson Quintet 'Live' At The Village Gate  (Riverside RLP 495)

Jimmy Heath (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Hank Jones (piano) Bob Cranshaw (bass) Albert Heath (drums)
"Village Gate", NYC, December 9, 1963
Bags Of Blue
Little Girl Blue
Gemini
Gerri's Blues
Time After Time
Ignunt Oil
** also issued on Riverside RS 9495; Original Jazz Classics OJC 309, OJCCD 309-2.

Milt Jackson Quintet 'Live' At The Village Gate  (Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 309-2)

Jimmy Heath (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Hank Jones (piano) Bob Cranshaw (bass) Albert Heath (drums): same session
"Village Gate", NYC, December 9, 1963
Willow Weep For Me
All Members
** reissue of Riverside RLP 495 + 2 bonus tracks.

1964

Ray Brown/Milt Jackson - Much In Common  (Verve V/V6 8580)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Wild Bill Davis (organ) Kenny Burrell (guitar) Ray Brown (bass) Albert Heath (drums) Marion Williams (vocals)
NYC, January 13, 1964
64VK207Give Me That Old Time Religion
64VK208Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child
64VK209Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
64VK210When The Saints Go Marching In
64VK211I've Got To Live The Life I Sing About
64VK212Much In Common
Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Hank Jones (piano) Kenny Burrell (guitar) Ray Brown (bass) Albert Heath (drums)
NYC, January 14, 1964
64VK213What Kind Of Fool Am I
64VK214Gravy Blues
64VK215Nancy
64VK216Just For A Thrill

The Modern Jazz Quartet With Laurindo Almeida - Collaboration  (Atlantic LP 1429)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Laurindo Almeida (guitar) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
RCA Webster Hall, NYC, July 21, 1964
8026Concerto De Aranjuez
8027One Note Samba
8028Fugue In A Minor (J.S. Bach)
8029Trieste
8030Valeria
8031Silver
8032Foi A Saudade
** also issued on Atlantic SD 1429.

The Modern Jazz Quartet/Laurindo Almeida - One Note Samba, Part 1&2  (Atlantic 5043)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Laurindo Almeida (guitar) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums): same session
RCA Webster Hall, NYC, July 21, 1964
8521One Note Samba, Part 1
8522One Note Samba, Part 2

The Modern Jazz Quartet Plays George Gershwin's Porgy And Bess  (Atlantic LP 1440)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, July 23 & 24, 1964
8033I Loves You, Porgy
8034My Man's Gone Now
8035There's A Boat Dat's Leavin' Soon For New York
8040Summertime
same personnel
Webster Hall, NYC, April 26, 1965
8837Bess, You Is My Woman Now
8838It Ain't Necessarily So
8839Oh Bess, Oh Where's My Bess
** also issued on Atlantic SD 1440.

The Modern Jazz Quartet - I Loves You, Porgy / Summertime  (Atlantic 5054)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums): same personnel
NYC, July 23 & 24, 1964
9261Summertime (edited version)

Milt Jackson - Jazz 'N Samba  (Impulse! A 70)

Jimmy Heath (tenor saxophone -1,2,4) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Tommy Flanagan (piano) Richard Davis (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, August 6, 1964
1. 90148Blues For Juanita
2. 90149Big George
3. 90150I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good
4. 90151Gingerbread Boy
Jimmy Heath (tenor saxophone -1,2,4,5) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Tommy Flanagan (piano) Howard Collins, Barry Galbraith (guitar) Richard Davis (bass) Connie Kay (drums) Joe E. Ross (vocals -2) Lillian Clark (vocals -4)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, August 7, 1964
1.Jazz 'N' Samba
2.The Oo-Oo Bossa Nova
3.I Love You
4.Kiss And Run
5.Jazz Bossa Nova

Various Artists - I/We Had A Ball  (Limelight LM 82002)

Jimmy Heath (flute, tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) McCoy Tyner (piano) Bob Cranshaw (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, December 9, 1964
34143The Other Half Of Me
Nat Adderley, Dizzy Gillespie, Freddie Hubbard, Jimmy Maxwell, Joe Newman, Jimmy Nottingham (trumpet) Curtis Fuller, J.J. Johnson, Melba Liston, Kai Winding (trombone) Jerry Dodgion, Phil Woods (alto saxophone) Roland Kirk, Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone) James Moody (tenor, alto saxophone, flute) Benny Golson (tenor saxophone, arranger -2,3) Pepper Adams (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Bobby Scott (piano) Bob Cranshaw (bass) Art Blakey (drums) Quincy Jones (conductor) Billy Byers (arranger -1)
NYC, December 20, 1964
1. 34247I Had A Ball
2. 34248Almost
3. 34249Addie's At It Again
** also issued on Limelight LS 86002.

Milt Jackson - In A New Setting  (Limelight LM 82006)

Jimmy Heath (flute, tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) McCoy Tyner (piano) Bob Cranshaw (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, December 9, 1964
34144Project "S"
same personnel
NYC, December 14, 1964
34214Clay's Blues
34215Lazy Melody
34216That's In
Jimmy Heath (flute, tenor saxophone -2/6) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) McCoy Tyner (piano) Bob Cranshaw (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, December 28, 1964
1. 34752I'm Gonna Laugh You
2. 34753Ineffable
3. 34754No Moon At All
4. 34755Sonny's Blues
5. 34775Slow Death
6. 34776Spanish Fly
7. 34777Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye
** also issued on Limelight LS 86006, (J) PHCE 6015.

Milt Jackson - Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye / Project "S"  (Limelight L 3057)

Jimmy Heath (flute, tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) McCoy Tyner (piano) Bob Cranshaw (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, December 9, 1964
35134Project "S" (45 rpm edit)

1965

Ray Brown/Milt Jackson  (Verve V/V6 8615)

Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, Snooky Young (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green, Tom McIntosh, Tony Studd (trombone) Ray Alonge (French horn) Bob Ashton, Danny Bank, Jimmy Heath, Romeo Penque, Jerome Richardson, Phil Woods (reeds) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Hank Jones (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Grady Tate (drums) Oliver Nelson (arranger)
NYC, January 4, 1965
65VK200Lazy Theme
65VK201Lined With A Groove
65VK202In A Crowd
65VK203Now Hear Me Moaning
Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, Snooky Young (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green, Tom McIntosh, Tony Studd (trombone) Ray Alonge (French horn) Bob Ashton, Danny Bank, Romeo Penque, Jerome Richardson, Phil Woods (reeds) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Hank Jones (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Grady Tate (drums) Oliver Nelson (arranger -3) Jimmy Heath (arranger, reeds -1,2,4, reeds -3)
NYC, January 5, 1965
1. 65VK204Just Can't Fool Myself
2. 65VK205For Someone In Love
3. 65VK206Dew And Mud
4. 65VK207Monterey Mist

The Modern Jazz Quartet And The All Star Jazz Band - Jazz Dialogue  (Atlantic LP 1449)

Bernie Glow, Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, Snooky Young (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland, Tony Studd, Kai Winding (trombone) Charlie Mariano, Phil Woods (alto saxophone) Richie Kamuca, Seldon Powell (tenor saxophone) Wally Kane (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Howard Collins (guitar) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, May 27, 1965
8988Intima
8989The Golden Striker
8990Ralph's New Blues
Bernie Glow, Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, Snooky Young (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland, Tony Studd, Kai Winding (trombone) Charlie Mariano, Phil Woods (alto saxophone) Richie Kamuca, Seldon Powell (tenor saxophone) Wally Kane (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Howard Collins (guitar) Percy Heath (bass) Jimmy Lewis (electric bass -1) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, June 25, 1965
1. 9062Home
2. 9063Django
3. 9064One Never Knows
4. 9065Animal Dance
** also issued on Atlantic SD 1449.

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Intima / ???  (Atlantic 5068)

Bernie Glow, Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, Snooky Young (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland, Tony Studd, Kai Winding (trombone) Charlie Mariano, Phil Woods (alto saxophone) Richie Kamuca, Seldon Powell (tenor saxophone) Wally Kane (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Howard Collins (guitar) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, May 27, 1965
10149Intima (edited version)

Milt Jackson - At The Museum Of Modern Art  (Limelight LM 82024)

James Moody (flute, vocals) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Cedar Walton (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Otis "Candy" Finch (drums)
"The Museum Of Modern Art", NYC, August 12, 1965
36799The Quota
36800Novama
36801Enigma
36802Turquoise
36803Chyrise
36804Montelei
36805Simplicity And Beauty
36806Flying Saucer
36807Name Sake
** also issued on Limelight LS 86024.

Milt Jackson - Turquoise / Name Sake  (Limelight L 3069)

James Moody (flute, vocals) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Cedar Walton (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Otis "Candy" Finch (drums): same session
"The Museum Of Modern Art", NYC, August 12, 1965
37120Turquoise (45 rpm edit)
37121Name Sake (45 rpm edit)

Various Artists - Jazzovy Festival Praha 1965  (Supraphon (Czech) DV 10196)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
"Lucerna Hall", Prague, Czechoslovakia, October 13-16, 1965
Cerny Orfeus (Orfeo Negro)

Sonny Rollins Quintet In Europe  (Unique Jazz UJ 29)

Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Kenny Drew (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
broadcast, Berlin, West Germany, October 30, 1965
Oleo
Sonny's Blues

1966

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Concert In Japan '66  (Atlantic (J) P-5536/7A)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
"Koseinenkin Kaikan", Tokyo, Japan, March 14, 1966
Really True Blues
The Cylinder
Monterey Mist
Midsommer
Summertime
Animal Dance
For Someone I Love
The Golden Striker
There's A Boat Dat's Leavin' Soon For New York
It Ain't Necessarily So
Ralph's New Blues
My Man's Gone Now
Winter Tale
I Loves You, Porgy
Pyramid
Home
Blues Milanese
Bags' Groove
Django

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Blues At Carnegie Hall  (Atlantic LP 1468)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums): same personnel
"Carnegie Hall", NYC, April 27, 1966
10193Pyramid
10194The Cylinder
10195Really True Blues
10196Ralph's New Blues
10197Monterey Mist
10198Blues Milanese
10199Bag's Groove
10203Home
** also issued on Atlantic SD 1468.

The Swingle Singers With Modern Jazz Quartet  (Philips (US) PHM 200-225)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums) Jeanette Baucomont, Jean Cussac, Claude Germain, Jose Germain, Alice Herald, Christiane Legrand, Claudine Meunier, Ward Swingle (vocals)
Paris, France, September, 1966
2-39616Little David's Fugue
2-39617L'aria De La Suite En Re (Air For G String)
2-39618Vendome
2-39619Ricercare A Six
2-39620Dido's Lament
2-39621Alexander's Fugue
2-39622Three Windows
** also issued on Philips (US) PHS 600-225.

Milt Jackson - Born Free  (Limelight LM 82045)

Jimmy Owens (trumpet -1/5,9,10) Jimmy Heath (tenor saxophone -1/5,9,10) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Cedar Walton (piano) Walter Booker (bass) Mickey Baker or Otis "Candy" Finch (drums)
NYC, December 15, 1966
1. 39209A Time And A Place
2. 39210We Dwell In Our Heart
3. 39211Bring It Home
4. 39212Whalepool
5. 39213One Step Down
6. 39215So What
7. 39216Born Free
8. 39217Tears Of Joy
9. 39219Some Kinda Waltz
10. 39220The Shadow Of Your Smile
** also issued on Limelight LS 86045.

1967

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Live At The Lighthouse  (Atlantic LP 1486)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
"The Lighthouse", Hermosa Beach, CA, March 16 & 17, 1967
11944The Shadow Of Your Smile
11945Nommo
11949For Someone In Love
11959What's New
11960Intima
11962Baseball
11963The Spiritual
** also issued on Atlantic SD 1486.

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Under The Jasmin Tree  (Apple STAO 3353)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums): same personnel
NYC, December 12, 1967
The Blue Necklace
Three Little Feelings 1-3
Exposure
The Jasmin Tree

1968

Milt Jackson And The Hip String Quartet  (Verve V6 8761)

Hubert Laws (flute) Sanford Allen (violin) Alfred Brown (viola) Ronald Lipscomb, Kermit Moore (cello) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Cedar Walton (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Mickey Roker (drums) Tom McIntosh (arranger, director)
NYC, May 9, 1968
105066New Rhumba
Grady Tate (drums) replaces Roker
NYC, June 3, 1968
105172A Walkin' Thing
105173Bags And Strings
James Moody (tenor saxophone, flute) Sanford Allen (violin) Alfred Brown (viola) Sidney Edwards, Ronald Lipscomb (cello) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Cedar Walton (piano) Bob Cranshaw (bass) Mickey Roker (drums) Tom McIntosh (arranger, director)
NYC, June 17, 1968
105278A Little Too Much
105279The Morning After
105280In Walked Bud
105281You've Got To Pay When The Deal Goes Down
105282For All We Know

1969

Milt Jackson - That's The Way It Is  (Impulse! AS 9189)

Teddy Edwards (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Monty Alexander (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Dick Berk (drums)
"Shelly's Manne-Hole", Hollywood, CA, August 1 & 2, 1969
Frankie And Johnny
Here's That Rainy Day
Wheelin' And Dealin'
Blues In The Bassment
Tenderly
That's The Way It Is

Milt Jackson/Ray Brown - Just The Way It Had To Be  (Impulse! AS 9230)

Teddy Edwards (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Monty Alexander (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Dick Berk (drums): same session
"Shelly's Manne-Hole", Hollywood, CA, August 1 & 2, 1969
Listen, Hear
S.K.J.
Who Can I Turn To
If I Were A Bell
The Very Thought Of You
Bags' Groove

Milt Jackson/Ray Brown - Memphis Jackson  (Impulse! AS 9193)

John Audino, Buddy Childers, Harry Edison (trumpet) Randy Aldcroft (trombone) Tommy Johnson (tuba) Ernie Watts (alto saxophone) Harold Land (tenor saxophone) Jim Horn (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Mike Melvoin (piano, electric piano) Fred Robinson (guitar) Ray Brown (bass, conductor) Wilton Felder (electric bass) Earl Palmer (drums)
Annex Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA, October 9, 1969
Uh-Huh
One Mint Julep (One Way)
Oh Happy Day
One Mint Julep (The Other Way)
Bud Brisbois, Harry Edison, Ollie Mitchell (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland (trombone) Kenny Shroyer (bass trombone) Jim Horn (alto saxophone, flute) Teddy Edwards (tenor saxophone) John Lowe (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Mike Melvoin (electric piano) Fred Robinson (guitar) Ray Brown (bass, conductor) Wilton Felder (electric bass) Carl (Cubby) O'Brien (drums)
Braddock Breakdown
A Sound For Sore Ears
Picking Up The Vibrations
Al Aarons (trumpet) Teddy Edwards (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Joe Sample (electric piano) Howard Roberts, Fred Robinson (guitar) Ray Brown (bass, conductor) Wilton Felder (electric bass) Paul Humphries (drums) Victor Feldman (percussion)
Annex Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA, October 10, 1969
Memphis Junction
Queen Mother Stomp
Enchanted Lady

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Space  (Apple STAO 3360)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, 1969
Visitor From Venus
Visitor From Mars
Here's That Rainy Day
Dilemma
Adajio From Concerto De Aranjuez

1971

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Plastic Dreams  (Atlantic SD 1589)

Joe Newman, Snooky Young (trumpet -1,2,7) Garnett Brown (trombone -1,2,7) Jim Buffington (French horn -1,2,7) Don Butterfield (tuba -1,2,7) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, May 24, 1971
1. 22196Variations On A Christmas Theme
2. 22197Piazza Navona
3. 22200Dancing
4. 22201Plastic Dreams
5. 22202Walkin' Stomp
6. 22203England's Carol
7. 22205Trav'lin'

Oscar Peterson/Milt Jackson - Reunion Blues  (MPS (G) 15320)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Oscar Peterson (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Louis Hayes (drums)
Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer Studio, Villingen, West Germany, July, 1971
Satisfaction
Dream Of You
Someday My Prince Will Come
A Time For Love
Reunion Blues
When I Fall In Love
Red Top
** also issued on MPS/BASF (G) 21 20908-3.

The Only Recorded Performance Of Paul Desmond With The Modern Jazz Quartet  (Finesse FW 37487)

Paul Desmond (alto saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
"Town Hall", NYC, December 25, 1971
Greensleeves
You Go To My Head
Blue Dove
Jesus Christ Superstar
Here's That Rainy Day
East Of The Sun
Bags' New Groove

1972

Stanley Turrentine With Milt Jackson - Cherry  (CTI 6017)

Stanley Turrentine (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Bob James (piano, electric piano) Cornell Dupree (guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Billy Cobham (drums) Weldon Irvine (arranger)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, May 17, 18 & 24, 1972
Speedball
I Remember You
The Revs
Sister Sanctified
Cherry
Introspective
** also issued on CTI 8010 entitled "Stanley Turrentine - Cherry". CTI 8010 (alt.).

The Modern Jazz Quartet - The Legendary Profile  (Atlantic SD 1623)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano, electric piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, June 1, 1972
24682Misty Roses
24683The Legendary Profile
24684The Martyr
24685Valeria
24686Romance
24687What Now, My Love (Et Maintenant)

Various Artists - Newport In New York '72: The Jam Sessions, Vol. 1&2  (Cobblestone CST 9025-2)

Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet) Bennie Green (trombone) Stan Getz (tenor saxophone) John Blair (violin) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Mary Lou Williams (piano) Kenny Burrell (guitar) Percy Heath (bass) Max Roach (drums) Big Black (congas)
Radio City Music Hall, NYC, July 3, 1972
25536Bags' Groove
25537A Night In Tunisia
** part of Cobblestone CST 9032-6.

CTI All-Stars - CTI Summer Jazz At The Hollywood Bowl, Live One  (CTI 7076)

Freddie Hubbard (trumpet) Hubert Laws (flute) Hank Crawford, Joe Farrell, Stanley Turrentine, Grover Washington Jr. (saxophones) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Deodato, Bob James, Johnny Hammond (keyboards) George Benson (guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums) Airto (percussion) Leonard Feather, Rick Holmes (announcer)
"Hollywood Bowl", Los Angeles, CA, July 30, 1972
Grits Bowl
Inner City Blues / What's Going On
California Dreaming
First Light

CTI All-Stars - CTI Summer Jazz At The Hollywood Bowl, Live Two  (CTI 7077)

Freddie Hubbard (trumpet) Hubert Laws (flute) Hank Crawford, Joe Farrell, Stanley Turrentine, Grover Washington Jr. (saxophones) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Deodato, Bob James, Johnny Hammond (keyboards) George Benson (guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums) Airto (percussion) Leonard Feather, Rick Holmes (announcer): same session
"Hollywood Bowl", Los Angeles, CA, July 30, 1972
Blues Force
Rock Steady
Theme From Love Story / Pavane / Fire And Rain
People Make The World Go Round

CTI All-Stars - CTI Summer Jazz At The Hollywood Bowl, Live Three  (CTI 7078)

Freddie Hubbard (trumpet) Hubert Laws (flute) Hank Crawford, Joe Farrell, Stanley Turrentine, Grover Washington Jr. (saxophones) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Deodato, Bob James, Johnny Hammond (keyboards) George Benson (guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Jack DeJohnette (drums) Airto (percussion) Leonard Feather, Rick Holmes (announcer): same session
"Hollywood Bowl", Los Angeles, CA, July 30, 1972
Funkfathers
Cherry
add Esther Phillips (vocals)
Bowl Full O'Blues
Cherry Red
God Bless The Child

Milt Jackson - Sunflower  (CTI 6024)

Freddie Hubbard (trumpet, flugelhorn) Romeo Penque (alto flute, English horn, oboe) Phil Bodner (flute, alto flute, piccolo, English horn) George Marge (clarinet, bass clarinet, alto flute, English horn) Max Ellen, Paul Gershman, Emanuel Green, Charles Libove, Joe Malin, David Nadien, Gene Orloff, Elliot Rosoff, Irving Spice (violin) Charles McCraken, George Ricci, Alan Shulman (cello) Margaret Ross (harp) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Jay Berliner (guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Billy Cobham (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) Don Sebesky (arranger, conductor)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, December 12 & 13, 1972
For Someone I Love
What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life
People Make The World Go Round
Sunflower
** also issued on CTI 8004.

Milt Jackson/Hubert Laws - Goodbye  (CTI 6038)

Freddie Hubbard (trumpet) Hubert Laws (flute) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Billy Cobham (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, December 12, 1972
S.K.J.
Hubert Laws (flute) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Cedar Walton (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Steve Gadd (drums)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, December, 1973
Detour Ahead
Goodbye
Old Devil Moon
Opus De Funk

1973 (age 50)

Don Sebesky - Giant Box  (CTI 6031/32)

Randy Brecker, Alan Rubin, Joe Shepley (trumpet, flugelhorn) Garnett Brown (trombone) Wayne Andre, Warren Covington (trombone, bass horn) Paul Faulise, Alan Raph (bass trombone, bass horn) Jim Buffington, Earl Chapin (French horn) Tony Price (tuba) Hubert Laws (flute, soprano saxophone) Phil Bodner (soprano saxophone, clarinet, flute, piccolo) Romeo Penque (soprano saxophone, clarinet, flute, piccolo, oboe, English horn) George Marge (soprano, baritone saxophone, clarinet, flute, oboe, English horn) Paul Desmond (alto saxophone) Walt Levinsky (tenor saxophone, clarinet) Al Brown, Harry Cykman, Max Ellen, Paul Gershman, Harry Glickman, Emanuel Green, Harold Kohon, Charles Libove, Harry Lookofsky, Joe Malin, David Nadien, Gene Orloff, Elliot Rosoff, Irving Spice (violin) Seymour Barab, Charles McCracken, George Ricci, Alan Shulman (cello) Margaret Ross (harp) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Bob James (piano) Homer Mensch (bass) Ron Carter (bass, electric bass, piccolo bass) Billy Cobham (drums) David Friedman, Phil Kraus (percussion) Don Sebesky (arranger, conductor)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, April 10, 11, 13, 24 & 27, 1973
Vocalise

The Modern Jazz Quartet - In Memoriam  (Little David LD 3001)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums) unidentified orchestra, Maurice Peress (conductor)
CBS Studios, NYC, November 5, 1973
27875Jazz Ostinato
27876Adagio From Concierto De Aranjuez
same personnel
CBS Studios, NYC, November 6, 1973
27873In Memoriam, 1st Movement
27874In Memoriam, 2nd Movement

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Blues On Bach  (Atlantic SD 1652)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano, harpsichord) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, November 26, 1973
28157Regret
28158Rise Up In The Morning
28159Don't Stop This Train
28160Tears From The Children
28161Precious Joy
same personnel
NYC, November 27, 1973
28162Blues In B Flat
28163Blues In A Minor
28164Blues In C Minor
28165Blues In H(B)

1974

Milt Jackson - Olinga  (CTI 6046 S1)

Jimmy Heath (tenor, soprano saxophone) Arnold Black, Harry Cykman, Max Ellen, Emanuel Green, Harold Kohon, Harry Lookofsky, David Nadien, Irving Spice (violin -1,5) Jesse Levy, Charles McCracken, George Ricci, Alan Shulman (cello -1,5) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Cedar Walton (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Mickey Roker (drums) Bob James (string arranger -1,5)
Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, January 9 & 10, 1974
1.Olinga
2.Rerev
3.The Metal Melter
4.The Steel Bender
5.Lost April
6.I'm Not So Sure

The Modern Jazz Quartet - The Last Concert  (Atlantic SD 2-909)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
"Avery Fisher Hall", Lincoln Center, NYC, November 25, 1974
30053 | 30409Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise
30054 | 30410The Cylinder
30055 | 30411Summertime
30057 | 30422What's New
30058 | 30413Blues In A Minor
30059 | 30416Confirmation
30060 | 30417'Round Midnight
30061 | 30418A Night In Tunisia
30065 | 30419The Golden Striker
30066 | 30414One Never Knows
30067 | 30412Trav'lin'
30068 | 30420Skating In Central Park
30421Django
30415Bags' Groove
** part of Atlantic 81976-2.

The Modern Jazz Quartet - More From The Last Concert  (Atlantic (Eu) ATL 50407)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums): same session
"Avery Fisher Hall", Lincoln Center, NYC, November 25, 1974
30056Really True Blues
30062Tears From The Children
30063Blues In B (Blues In H)
30064England's Carol
30070The Jasmine Tree
30071In Memoriam
** also issued on Atlantic SD 8806.
** part of Atlantic 81976-2.

The Modern Jazz Quartet - The Complete Last Concert  (Atlantic 81976-2)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums): same session
"Avery Fisher Hall", Lincoln Center, NYC, November 25, 1974
The Legendary Profile
30069Concierto De Aranjuez
** same contents as Atlantic SD 2-909 + (Eu) ATL 50407 + 2 bonus tracks.

1975

The Oscar Peterson Big 6 At The Montreux Jazz Festival 1975  (Pablo 2310-747)

Toots Thielemans (harmonica, guitar) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Oscar Peterson (piano) Joe Pass (guitar) Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen (bass) Louis Bellson (drums)
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 16, 1975
Au Privave
Here's That Rainy Day
Poor Butterfly
Reunion Blues
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 931-2.

Various Artists - The Montreux Collection 1975  (Pablo 2625-707)

Toots Thielemans (harmonica, guitar) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Oscar Peterson (piano) Joe Pass (guitar) Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen (bass) Louis Bellson (drums): same session
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 16, 1975
Woody'n You
Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet) Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Johnny Griffin (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Tommy Flanagan (piano) Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen (bass) Mickey Roker (drums)
I'll Remember April
Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Oscar Peterson (piano) Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen (bass) Mickey Roker (drums)
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 17, 1975
Slow Death
Cubano Chant
Roy Eldridge (trumpet) Johnny Griffin (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Count Basie (piano) Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen (bass) Louis Bellson (drums)
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 19, 1975
Collection Blues

The Dizzy Gillespie Big 7 At The Montreux Jazz Festival 1975  (Pablo 2310-749)

Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet) Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Johnny Griffin (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Tommy Flanagan (piano) Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen (bass) Mickey Roker (drums)
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 16, 1975
Lover Come Back To Me
What's New
Cherokee
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 739-2.

The Milt Jackson Big 4 At The Montreux Jazz Festival 1975  (Pablo 2310-753)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Oscar Peterson (piano) Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen (bass) Mickey Roker (drums)
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 17, 1975
Funji Mama
Everything Must Change
Speed Ball
Nature Boy
Stella By Starlight
Like Someone In Love
Night Mist Blues
Mack The Knife
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 884-2.

Count Basie Jam Session At The Montreux Jazz Festival 1975  (Pablo 2310-750)

Roy Eldridge (trumpet) Johnny Griffin (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Count Basie (piano) Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen (bass) Louis Bellson (drums)
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 19, 1975
Billie's Bounce
Festival Blues
Lester Leaps In
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 933-2.

Roy Eldridge - Decidedly  (Pablo PACD 5314-2)

Roy Eldridge (trumpet) Johnny Griffin (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Ray Bryant (piano) Joe Pass (guitar) Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen (bass) Louis Bellson (drums)
Antibes, France, July 20, 1975
Bee's Bloos
Lover Man
Undecided
Hackensack

Milt Jackson/Joe Pass/Ray Brown - The Big 3  (Pablo 2310-757)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Joe Pass (guitar) Ray Brown (bass)
Los Angeles, CA, August 25, 1975
The Pink Panther
Nuages
Blue Bossa
Come Sunday
Wave
Moonglow
You Stepped Out Of A Dream
Blues For Sammy
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 805-2.

Joe Turner With Milt Jackson/Roy Eldridge - Nobody In Mind  (Pablo 2310-760)

Roy Eldridge (trumpet) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) J.D. Nicholson (piano) Pee Wee Crayton (guitar) William Walker (electric bass) Charles Randall (drums) Joe Turner (vocals)
Los Angeles, CA, August 27, 1975
I Want A Little Girl
Nobody In Mind
The Chicken And The Hawk
I Just Didn't Have The Price
How Long, How Long Blues
Crawdad Hole
Juke Joint Blues
Red Sails In The Sunset
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 729-2.

1976

Roy Eldridge - What It's All About  (Pablo 2310-766)

Roy Eldridge (trumpet) Norris Turney (alto saxophone) Budd Johnson (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Norman Simmons (piano) Ted Sturgis (bass) Eddie Locke (drums)
NYC, January 16, 1976
Recado Bossa Nova
Melange
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 853-2.

Benny Carter - The King  (Pablo 2310-768)

Benny Carter (alto saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Tommy Flanagan (piano) Joe Pass (guitar) John B. Williams (bass) Jake Hanna (drums)
RCA Studios, Los Angeles, CA, February 11, 1976
A Walkin' Thing
My Kind Of Trouble Is You
Easy Money
Blue Star
I Still Love Him So
Green Wine
Malibu
Blues In D Flat
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 883-2.

Milt Jackson At The Kosei Nenkin  (Pablo Live 2620-103)

Teddy Edwards (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Cedar Walton (piano, electric piano) Ray Brown (bass) Billy Higgins (drums)
"Koseinenkin Kaikan", Tokyo, Japan, March 22 & 23, 1976
Killer Joe
Get Happy
All Blues
St. Thomas
The Prophet Speaks
Bolivia
Birks' Works
Stolen Moments
Bye Bye Blackbird
** also issued on Pablo Live PACD 2620-103-2.

Milt Jackson At The Kosei Nenkin, Vol. 2 - Centerpiece  (Pablo Live PACD 2620-120-2)

Teddy Edwards (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Cedar Walton (piano, electric piano) Ray Brown (bass) Billy Higgins (drums): same session
"Koseinenkin Kaikan", Tokyo, Japan, March 22 & 23, 1976
Centerpiece
Holy Land
Smile
Cherry
Little Girl Blue
Someday My Prince Will Come
Speed Ball
Blue Bossa
Watch What Happens
Organ Grinder's Swing

Milt Jackson And Strings - Feelings  (Pablo 2310-774)

Hubert Laws (flute) Jerome Richardson (flute, alto flute) Arnold Belnick, Herman Clebanoff, Marcia Van Dyke, Dave Frisina, Jennifer Geller, Al Harshman, Karen Jones, Jacob Krachmalnick, Bernard Kundell, Erno Neufeld, Stanley Plummer, Ralph Schaeffer, Charles Veal, Jerry Vinci (violin) Rollice Dale, David Schwartz (viola) Ronald Cooper, Ray Kramer (cello) Catherine Gotthoffer (harp) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Tommy Flanagan (piano) Dennis Budimir (guitar) Ray Brown (bass) Jimmie Smith (drums) Paulinho Da Costa (percussion)
Los Angeles, CA, April 12, 13 & 14, 1976
Feelings
Come To Me
Trouble Is A Man
Moody Blue
The Day It Rained
My Kind Of Trouble Is You
If You Went Away
Tears
Blues For Edith
You Don't Know What Love Is
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJC 448, OJCCD 448-2.

1977

Count Basie - Kansas City 5  (Pablo Today 2312-126)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Count Basie (piano) Joe Pass (guitar) John Heard (bass) Louis Bellson (drums)
Burbank, CA, January 26, 1977
Jive At Five
One O'Clock Jump
(We Ain't Got) No Special Thing
Memories Of You
Frog's Blues
Rabbit
Perdido
Timekeeper
Mean To Me
Blues For Joe Turner
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 888-2.

Joe Pass/Milt Jackson/Ray Brown/Mickey Roker - Quadrant  (Pablo 2310-837)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Joe Pass (guitar) Ray Brown (bass) Mickey Roker (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, February 4, 1977
Concorde
Joe's Tune
Oh, Lady Be Good
Ray's Tune
Grooveyard
The Man I Love (Belongs To Somebody Else)
Blues For The Stone
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJC 498, OJCCD 498-2.

Milt Jackson And The Monty Alexander Trio - Soul Fusion  (Pablo 2310-804)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Monty Alexander (piano) John Clayton (bass) Jeff Hamilton (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, June 1 & 2, 1977
Parking Lot Blues
3000 Miles Ago
Isn't She Lovely
Soul Fusion
Compassion
Once I Loved
Yano
Bossa Nova Do Marilla
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 731-2.

Milt Jackson - Ray Brown Jam - Montreux '77  (Pablo Live 2308-205)

Clark Terry (trumpet) Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Monty Alexander (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Jimmie Smith (drums)
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 13, 1977
Slippery
A Beautiful Friendship
Mean To Me
You Are My Sunshine
C.M.J.
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJC 375, OJCCD 375-2.

Milt Jackson - Ray Brown Jam - Montreux '77  (Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 375-2)

Clark Terry (trumpet) Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Monty Alexander (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Jimmie Smith (drums): same session
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 13, 1977
That's The Way It Is
** reissue of Pablo Live 2308-205 + 1 bonus track.

Various Artists - The Jam Sessions: Montreux '77  (Pablo Live 2620-105)

Clark Terry (trumpet) Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Monty Alexander (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Jimmie Smith (drums): same session
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 13, 1977
Red Top
Jon Faddis, Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Monty Alexander (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Jimmie Smith (drums)
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 14, 1977
Here 'Tis
Clark Terry (trumpet, flugelhorn) Ronnie Scott (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Oscar Peterson (piano) Joe Pass (guitar) Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen (bass) Bobby Durham (drums)
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 15, 1977
Donna Lee
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJC 385, OJCCD 385-2.

The Pablo All-Stars Jam - Montreux '77  (Pablo Live 2308-210)

Clark Terry (trumpet, flugelhorn) Ronnie Scott (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Oscar Peterson (piano) Joe Pass (guitar) Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen (bass) Bobby Durham (drums): same personnel
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 14, 1977
Cote D'Azur
Pennies From Heaven
Samba De Orfeu
God Bless The Child
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJC 380, OJCCD 380-2.

The Pablo All-Stars Jam - Montreux '77  (Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 380-2)

Clark Terry (trumpet, flugelhorn) Ronnie Scott (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Oscar Peterson (piano) Joe Pass (guitar) Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen (bass) Bobby Durham (drums): same personnel
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 15, 1977
Sweethearts On Parade
** reissue of Pablo Live 2308-210 + 1 bonus track.

Dizzy Gillespie Jam - Montreux '77  (Pablo Live 2308-211)

Jon Faddis, Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Monty Alexander (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Jimmie Smith (drums)
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 14, 1977
Girl Of My Dreams
Get Happy
Medley: Once In A While / But Beautiful / Here's That Rainy Day
The Champ
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJC 381, OJCCD 381-2.

1978

Milt Jackson/Count Basie - The Big Band, Vol. 1  (Pablo 2310-822)

Lyn Biviano, Sonny Cohn, Pete Minger, Waymon Reed (trumpet) Mel Wanzo, Fred Wesley, Dennis Wilson (trombone) Bill Hughes (bass trombone) Bobby Plater, Danny Turner (alto saxophone) Kenny Hing (tenor saxophone) Eric Dixon (tenor saxophone, flute) Charlie Fowlkes (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Count Basie (piano) Freddie Green (guitar) John Clayton (bass) Butch Miles (drums)
Hollywood, CA, January 16, 17 & 18, 1978
The Comeback
Basie
Corner Pocket
Lady In Lace
Blues For Joe Turner
Good Time Blues
Lil Darlin'
Big Stuff
Blue And Sentimental
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 740-2.

Milt Jackson/Count Basie - The Big Band, Vol. 1  (Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 740-2)

Lyn Biviano, Sonny Cohn, Pete Minger, Waymon Reed (trumpet) Mel Wanzo, Fred Wesley, Dennis Wilson (trombone) Bill Hughes (bass trombone) Bobby Plater, Danny Turner (alto saxophone) Kenny Hing (tenor saxophone) Eric Dixon (tenor saxophone, flute) Charlie Fowlkes (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Count Basie (piano) Freddie Green (guitar) John Clayton (bass) Butch Miles (drums): same session
Hollywood, CA, January 16, 17 & 18, 1978
Corner Pocket (alt. take)
** reissue of Pablo 2310-822 + 1 bonus track.

Milt Jackson/Count Basie - The Big Band, Vol. 2  (Pablo 2310-823)

Lyn Biviano, Sonny Cohn, Pete Minger, Waymon Reed (trumpet) Mel Wanzo, Fred Wesley, Dennis Wilson (trombone) Bill Hughes (bass trombone) Bobby Plater, Danny Turner (alto saxophone) Kenny Hing (tenor saxophone) Eric Dixon (tenor saxophone, flute) Charlie Fowlkes (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Count Basie (piano) Freddie Green (guitar) John Clayton (bass) Butch Miles (drums): same session
Hollywood, CA, January 16, 17 & 18, 1978
9:20 Special
Moonlight Becomes You
Shiny Stockings
Blues For Me
Every Tub
Easy Does It
Lena And Lenny
On The Sunny Side Of The Street
Back To The Apple
I'll Always Be In Love With You
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 741-2.

Milt Jackson Sings And Plays - Soul Believer  (Pablo 2310-832)

Plas Johnson (tenor saxophone -3) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, vocals) Cedar Walton (piano) Michael Lang, Ian Underwood (synthesizer -2,7,9) Dennis Budimir (guitar -1/3,8,10) John Collins (guitar -4/7,9) Ray Brown (bass) Billy Higgins (drums -1/3,8,10) Frank Severino (drums -4/7,9)
Hollywood, CA, January 20, September 18 & 19, 1978
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
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 686-2.

1979

Oscar Peterson - Original Score From The Silent Partner  (Pablo Today 2312-103)

Clark Terry (trumpet) Benny Carter (alto saxophone) Zoot Sims (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Oscar Peterson (piano) John Heard (bass) Grady Tate (drums)
RCA Studios, NYC, March 14, 1979
Theme For Celine
The Happy Hour
Party Time U.S.A.
First Reprise On Theme For Celine
Elliot (The Silent Partner)
Theme For Susannah
Blues For Chris (The Fox)
Second Reprise On Theme For Celine

Milt Jackson/Sonny Stitt - Loose Walk  (Palcoscenico (It) PAL 15009)

Sonny Stitt (alto, tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Gerald Price (piano) Don Moses (bass, electric bass) Bobby Durham (drums)
"CIAK", Milan, Italy, November 11, 1979
Loose Walk
Parking Lot Blues
S.K.J.
Scrapple From The Apple
Lover Man
Star Eyes

Milt Jackson - Bags' Bag  (Pablo 2310-842)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Cedar Walton (piano) John Collins or Vaughn Andre (guitar) Ray Brown (bass) Billy Higgins or Frank Severino (drums)
circa late 1979 or 1980
Blues For Roberta
Groovin'
How Are You
Slow Boat To China
I Cover The Waterfront
The Rev
Tour Angel
Blues For Tomi-Oka
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 935-2.

1980

Milt Jackson/Ray Brown/Mickey Roker/Joe Pass - The Duke Ellington Album "All Too Soon"  (Pablo Today 2312-117)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Joe Pass (guitar) Ray Brown (bass) Mickey Roker (drums)
Hollywood, CA, January 21, 1980
Caravan
Sophisticated Lady
All Too Soon
I'm Beginning To See The Light
Mood Indigo
Solitude
Take The "A" Train
Main Stem
In A Sentimental Mood
Just A-Sittin' And A-Rockin'
Rocks In My Bed
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJC 450, OJCCD 450-2.

Milt Jackson - Night Mist  (Pablo Today 2312-124)

Harry Edison (trumpet) Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson (alto saxophone) Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Art Hillery (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Lawrence Marable (drums)
Venice, CA, April 14, 1980
Blues In My Heart
Double B
Blues For Clyde
A Matter Of Adjustment
Night Mist Blues
Other Bag Blues
D.B. Blues
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 827-2.

1981

Milt Jackson - Big Mouth  (Pablo 2310-867)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Mike Lang (keyboards) Dennis Budimir (guitar) Abraham Laboriel (electric bass) John Guerin (drums) Larry Bunker, Joe Porcaro (percussion) Linda Harmon, Edie Lehmann, Marti McCall, Jackie Ward (vocals)
Hollywood, CA, February 26 & 27, 1981
Big Mouth
I Love You
Yusef
Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Don Grusin (keyboards -2,3) Oscar Castro-Neves (guitar -1,4,5) Ron Eschete (guitar -2,3) Ray Brown (bass -1,4,5) Nick Ceroli (drums -1,4,5) Carlos Vega (drums -2,3) Roger Bethelmy, Paulinho Da Costa (percussion -2,3)
Hollywood, CA, April 18, 1981
1.The Look Of Love
2.Bags' Groove
3.Days Of Wine And Roses
4.I'm Getting Sentimental Over You
5.I Owes Ya
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 865-2.

Dizzy Gillespie - Musician, Composer, Raconteur Plays And Raps In His Greatest Concert  (Pablo Live 2620-116)

Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet, vocals) James Moody (tenor, alto saxophone, flute) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Ed Cherry (guitar) Michael Howell (bass) George Hughes (drums)
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 17, 1981
Introduction Of The Band By Claude Nobs
Manteca
Dizzy Rapping With The Audience
Con Alma
Introduction Of Milt Jackson By Dizzy
S.K.J.
Dizzy Rapping With The Audience
A Night In Tunisia
Introduction Of The Band By Dizzy
Brother King
Body And Soul
Tanga
Olinga
** also issued on Pablo Live PACD 2620-116-2.

Aurex Jazz Festival '81 - Allstar Jam Session  (Eastworld (J) EWJ 80208)

Freddie Hubbard (trumpet) Bob Brookmeyer (valve trombone) Stan Getz (tenor saxophone) Gerry Mulligan (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Roland Hanna (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Art Blakey (drums)
"Aurex Jazz Festival", "Osaka Festival Hall", Osaka, Japan, September 2, 1981
Crisis
What Am I Here For
The Girl From Ipanema
same personnel
"Aurex Jazz Festival", "Nippon Budokan", Tokyo, Japan, September 3, 1981
Bernie's Tune
Take The "A" Train / Caravan / Things Ain't What They Used To Be
A Night In Tunisia
Bag's Groove
same personnel
"Aurex Jazz Festival", "Yokohama Stadium", Yokohama, Japan, September 6, 1981
Song For Strayhorn
Time For The Dancers
** also issued on somethin'else (J) TOCJ-8016.

Aurex Jazz Festival '81 - Live Special  (Eastworld (J) EWJ 80254)

Freddie Hubbard (trumpet) Bob Brookmeyer (valve trombone) Stan Getz (tenor saxophone) Gerry Mulligan (baritone saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Roland Hanna (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Art Blakey (drums): same personnel
"Aurex Jazz Festival", Japan, September, 1981
Walkin' Shoes
Woody'n You

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Reunion At Budokan 1981  (Pablo Live 2308-243)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
"Nippon Budokan", Tokyo, Japan, October 19 & 20, 1981
Introduction
Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise
The Cylinder
Really True Blues
The Golden Striker
Odd's Against Tomorrow
Jasmin Tree
Bags' Groove
Django

Milt Jackson/Oscar Peterson/Ray Brown/Grady Tate - Ain't But A Few Of Us Left  (Pablo 2310-873)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Oscar Peterson (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Grady Tate (drums)
NYC, November 30, 1981
Ain't But A Few Of Us Left
Stuffy
A Time For Love
Body And Soul
If I Should Lose You
What Am I Here For
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 785-2.

1982

Milt Jackson - A London Bridge  (Pablo 2310-932)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Monty Alexander (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Mickey Roker (drums)
"Ronnie Scott's Club", London, England, April 23 & 24, 1982
Impressions
Flamingo
Eleuthera
Good Bait
F.S.R.
Medley: Reggae / Later
Close Enough For Love
Captain Bill

Milt Jackson - Mostly Duke  (Pablo 2310-944)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Monty Alexander (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Mickey Roker (drums): same session
"Ronnie Scott's Club", London, England, April 23 & 24, 1982
Three Little Words
Used To Be Jackson
The Summer Knows
Main Stem
Caravan
Take The "A" Train
Things Ain't What They Used To Be
Come Sunday
Just Squeeze Me (But Don't Tease Me)
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 968-2.

Milt Jackson - Memories Of Thelonious Sphere Monk  (Pablo Live 2308-235)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Monty Alexander (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Mickey Roker (drums): same personnel
"Ronnie Scott's Club", London, England, April 28, 1982
Straight, No Chaser
Blue Monk
'Round Midnight
In Walked Bud
Django
Think Positive
Blues For Groundhog
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 851-2.

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Together Again... Live At The Montreux Jazz Festival '82  (Pablo Live 2308-244)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
"Montreux Jazz Festival", "Casino De Montreux", Switzerland, July 25, 1982
Django
The Cylinder
The Martyr
Really True Blues
Odds Against Tomorrow
The Jasmine Tree
Monterey Mist
Bags' New Groove
Woody'n You
** also issued on Pablo Live PACD 2308-244-2.

1983 (age 60)

Oscar Peterson/Milt Jackson - Two Of The Few  (Pablo 2310-881)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Oscar Peterson (piano)
NYC, January 20, 1983
Oh, Lady Be Good
If I Had You
Limehouse Blues
Mister Basie
Reunion Blues
More Than You Know
Just You, Just Me
Here's Two Of The Few
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 689-2.

Milt Jackson/J.J. Johnson/Ray Brown - Jackson, Johnson, Brown And Company  (Pablo 2310-897)

J.J. Johnson (trombone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Tom Ranier (piano) John Collins (guitar) Ray Brown (bass) Roy McCurdy (drums)
Hollywood, CA, May 25 & 26, 1983
Jaybone
Lament
Our Delight
Bags' Groove
Watch What Happens
My One And Only Love
The Jumpin' Blues
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 907-2.

Milt Jackson - Soul Route  (Pablo 2310-900)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Gene Harris (piano, electric piano) Ray Brown (bass) Mickey Roker (drums)
NYC, November 30, December 1, 1983
Sittin' In The Sandtrap
Blues For Gene
How Long Has This Been Going On
Dejection Blues
Soul Route
Ne-Afterglow
In A Mellow Tone
My Romance
Chloe
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 1059-2.

1984

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Together Again - "Echoes"  (Pablo Today 2312-142)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, March 6, 1984
That Slavic Smile
Echoes
The Watergate Blues
The Hornpipe
Connie's Blues
Sacha's March
** also issued on Pablo Today PACD 2312-142-2.

Milt Jackson/Ray Brown/Cedar Walton/Mickey Roker - It Don't Mean A Thing If You Can't Tap Your Foot To It  (Pablo 2310-909)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Cedar Walton (piano) Ray Brown (bass) Mickey Roker (drums)
NYC, July 18, 1984
Midnight Waltz
Ain't That Nothin'
Stress And Trauma
Used To Be Jackson
It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
If I Were A Bell
Close Enough For Love
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJC 601, OJCCD 601-2.

1985

Milt Jackson - Brother Jim  (Pablo 2310-916)

Jimmy Heath, Harold Vick (tenor, soprano saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Cedar Walton (piano) Joe Pass (guitar) Bob Cranshaw (bass) Mickey Roker (drums)
NYC, May 17, 1985
Brother Jim
Ill Wind
Rhythm-A-Ning
Sudden Death
How High The Moon
Back To Bologna
Sleeves
Lullaby Of The Leaves
The Weasel

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Topsy: This One's For Basie  (Pablo 2310-917)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums)
NYC, June 3 & 4, 1985
Reunion Blues
Nature Boy
Topsy, Part II
D And E
Valeria
Milano
Le Cannet
** also issued on Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 1073-2.

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Topsy: This One's For Basie  (Original Jazz Classics OJCCD 1073-2)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums): same session
NYC, June 3 & 4, 1985
D And E (alt. take)
** reissue of Pablo 2310-917 + 1 bonus track.

1987

The Modern Jazz Quartet - Three Windows  (Atlantic 81761-2)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums, percussion) The New York Chamber Symphony
NYC, March 16-20, 1987
Three Windows
Kansas City Breaks
Encounter In Cagnes
Dejango
A Day In Dubrovnki: First Movement - Afternoon / Second Movement - Night / Third Movement - Morning

1988

The Modern Jazz Quartet For Ellington  (East-West 90926-2)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) John Lewis (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Connie Kay (drums, percussion)
NYC, February 1-3, 1988
For Ellington
Jack The Dear
Prelude To A Kiss
It Don't Mean A Thing
Ko-Ko
Maestro E.K.E.
Sepia Panorama
Rockin' In Rhythm
Come Sunday

1989

The Paris All Stars - Homage To Charlie Parker  (A&M 75021 5300-2)

Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet, vocals) Jackie McLean, Phil Woods (alto saxophone) Stan Getz (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Hank Jones (piano) Percy Heath (bass) Max Roach (drums)
"La Grande Halle", La Villette, Paris, France, June 15, 1989
Steeplechase (Birks' Works)
Warm Valley
Drummers' Sweet: The Third Eye / Billy The Kid / The Drum Also Waltzes
Old Folks
Yardbird Suite
Con Alma
A Night In Tunisia
Oo-Pa-Pa-Da

1995 (age 72)

Milt Jackson - Burnin' In The Woodhouse  (Qwest 9 45918-2)

Nicholas Payton (trumpet -1,5,8) Jesse Davis (alto saxophone -1,5,8) Joshua Redman (tenor saxophone -1,5,8) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Benny Green (piano) Christian McBride (bass) Kenny Washington (drums)
The Power Station, NYC, 1995
1.Bop Ag'in
2.The Masquerade Is Over
3.They Can't Take That Away From Me
4.Brother K
5.A Bell For Bags
6.It Only Happens Once
7.In The Woodhouse
8.Soulmates

1996

A Tribute To Oscar Peterson - Live At The Town Hall  (Telarc CD-83401)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Oscar Peterson (piano) Herb Ellis (guitar) Ray Brown (bass) Lewis Nash (drums)
"Town Hall", NYC, October 1, 1996
Bag's Groove
Willow Weep For Me

1997

Milt Jackson - Sa Va Bella (For Lady Legends)  (Qwest 9 46607-2)

Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Michael LeDonne (piano) Bob Cranshaw (bass) Mickey Roker (drums) Etta Jones (vocals -1,4,6)
NYC, 1997
1.Oh, Lady Be Good
2.Don't Go To Strangers
3.Blues For Queen "D"
4.You've Changed
5.What A Diff'rence A Day Made
6.This Bitter Earth
7.A-Tisket, A-Tasket
8.Good Morning, Heartache
9.Send In The Clowns
10.Sa Va Bella (For Lady Legends)

1998

Milt Jackson Meets The Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra - Explosive!  (Qwest 9 47286-2)

Oscar Brashear, Clay Jenkins, Bobby Rodriguez, Byron Stripling, Eugene "Snooky" Young (trumpet) George Bohanon, Ira Nepus, Isaac Smith (trombone) Maurice Spears (bass trombone) Jeff Clayton, Keith Fiddmont (alto saxophone, flute, clarinet) Charles Owens, Ricky Woodard (tenor saxophone, clarinet) Lee Callet (baritone saxophone, bass clarinet) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Bill Cunliffe (piano) Jim Hershman (guitar) Christoph Luty (bass) John Clayton Jr. (bass, arranger, conductor) Jeff Hamilton (drums)
Hollywood, CA, June 9 & 10, 1998
Bags' Groove
Since I Fell For You
Evidence
Back Home Again In Indiana
Deed I Do
The Nearness Of You
Major Deagan (Blues For Dan)
Emily
Along Came Betty
Revibal Meeting
Recovery

Others

Milt Jackson - To Bags...With Love (Memorial Album)  (Pablo PACD 2310-967-2)

Miles Davis???, Roy Eldridge (trumpet) Cannonball Adderley???, Benny Carter (alto saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone) Monty Alexander, Count Basie???, Oscar Peterson??? (piano) Wes Montgomery??? (guitar) The Modern Jazz Quartet, and others
1954-1983
Mister Basie
Ralph's New Blues
Blues For Edith
Recado Bossa Nova
S.K.J.
If You Could See Me Now
Bags' Groove (take 1)
Easy Money
Things Are Getting Better
Yano
Corner Pocket