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The Complete Last Concert

by Modern Jazz Quartet

The Complete Last Concert by Modern Jazz Quartet

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The Complete Last Concert

by Modern Jazz Quartet

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Label: Rhino Atlantic
Forget about the MJQ's stuffy, professorial image. The could, and did, swing like nobody's business -- especially in concert. First off: drummer Connie Kaye and bassist Percy Heath made up one of the greatest rhythm sections in jazz history. Then, group leader John Lewis' lean, stabbing piano lines build a foundation for Milt Jackson -- the single greatest vibraphonist in history -- to solo on top of. An exciting document from a pigeonholed band.

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Forget about the MJQ's stuffy, professorial image. The could, and did, swing like nobody's business -- especially in concert. First off: drummer Connie Kaye and bassist Percy Heath made up one of the greatest rhythm sections in jazz history. Then, group leader John Lewis' lean, stabbing piano lines build a foundation for Milt Jackson -- the single greatest vibraphonist in history -- to solo on top of. An exciting document from a pigeonholed band.

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About This Album

Forget about the MJQ's stuffy, professorial image. The could, and did, swing like nobody's business -- especially in concert. First off: drummer Connie Kaye and bassist Percy Heath made up one of the greatest rhythm sections in jazz history. Then, group leader John Lewis' lean, stabbing piano lines build a foundation for Milt Jackson -- the single greatest vibraphonist in history -- to solo on top of. An exciting document from a pigeonholed band.