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Calvin Jackson - Tonal Expressions album FLAC

  • Performer: Calvin Jackson
  • Title: Tonal Expressions
  • Genre: Jazz / Classical
  • Country: US
  • Released: 1949
  • Style: Swing
  • MP3 album: 1424 mb
  • FLAC album: 1904 mb
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Calvin Jackson - Tonal Expressions album FLAC

Tonal Expressions by Calvin Jackson This 10" 33rpm release also appeared as a 3x78rpm Album Set Piano Solo Discovery Records Hollywood, California. Matrix, Runout (Side A Label): D-161.

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Calvin Jackson (January 22, 1961, Holly Springs, Mississippi – February 10, 2015, Senatobia, Mississippi) was an American drummer from north Mississippi As a young teen he sang in the choir, and then joined the Jubilee Hummingbirds. At age 16, Jackson was drumming with bluesman R. L. Burnside. In 1999 he released the only album under his own name, Calvin Jackson & Mississippi Bound's Goin' Down South. Participating were Cass Ian (vocals, guitar), Caret De Neeve (double bass) and Ludo "lazy lew" Beckers (harmonica)

June 27, 1955 - August 3, 1955.

John Calvin Jackson (May 26, 1919, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – December 9, 1985, Encinitas, California) was an American jazz pianist, composer, and bandleader. He was born in Philadelphia in 1919 to Harry and Margaret Jackson. His mother was a concert singer in Philadelphia. Jackson played piano from childhood, having lessons with private teacher Career. At the beginning of his career Jackson worked with Frankie Fairfax. Calvin Jackson at the Plaza (Vik, 1954). Rave Notice (Columbia, 1955). The Calvin Jackson Quartet (Columbia, 1955). Jazz Variations on Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue (Liberty, 1958). Cal-Essence/Calvin at the Piano (Raynote, 1959). Jazz Variations on Movie Themes (Reprise, 1961). Two Sides of Calvin Jackson (Reprise, 1961).

The Jacksons is the eleventh studio album by the Jacksons, the band's first album for CBS and under the name "the Jacksons," following their seven-year tenure at Motown as "the Jackson 5". Jackson 5 member Jermaine Jackson stayed with Motown when his brothers broke their contracts and left for Epic, and he was replaced by youngest Jackson brother Randy. The album was released in 1976 for Epic Records and Philadelphia International Records as a joint venture.

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A1 Laura
A2 Lover
A3 Prelude In "C" Sharp Minor
A4 Gershwin Prelude
B1 I Can't Get Started
B2 Lady Be Good
B3 Blue Skies
B4 Blues In The Night


  • Artwork [Cover Artwork] – Chris Kealey
  • Piano [Solo Piano] – Calvin Jackson


Tonal Expressions by Calvin Jackson
This 10" 33rpm release also appeared as a 3x78rpm Album Set
Piano Solo
Discovery Records
Hollywood, California

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): D-161
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): D-162

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DL-3001 Calvin Jackson Tonal Expressions ‎(10", Red) Discovery Records DL-3001 US 1949
M-13, 110, 111, 112 Calvin Jackson Tonal Expressions ‎(3xShellac, 10", Album) Discovery Records, Discovery Records, Discovery Records, Discovery Records M-13, 110, 111, 112 US 1949

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