Milt Jackson — Plenty, Plenty Soul

Here’s another excellent sounding UK release on the London label (see another in the MJQ post from March) of a record that came out on Atlantic stateside.  This time it’s a 1957 Milt Jackson session titled Plenty, Plenty Soul.  The LP includes two different groups on each side, a large group on side A playing Quincy Jones arrangements, and a smaller 6-piece group on side B.  The title cut is posted below and features, among others, Art Blakey, Horace Silver, Cannonball Adderley, and Sahib Shihab (on baritone).

The cover is also autographed on the back by Milt and dated 1980 from a club in Colorado.  There was also a schedule from the club in the sleeve adding to the provenance of the signature.  A nice touch to add to a groovy, hard swinging album.

(Details: London/Atlantic LTZ-K.15141/mono/deepgroove)

Milt Jackson — Plenty, Plenty Soul

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2 Responses to Milt Jackson — Plenty, Plenty Soul

  1. Wow sounds like a great album, plus the added bonus of autograph and program is cool.

    • vinyltim says:

      Yeah it is. I have several of Milt’s records that I really like, as well as the those LPs he did with Ray Charles. On this one I didn’t even notice the autograph or the program inside at first!

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