Illinois Jacquet - The Blues; That's Me! album FLAC
The Blues; That's Me! (Cassette - Original Jazz Classics, OJC. Tenor saxophonist Illinois Jacquet is heard in top form throughout this quintet set with pianist Wynton Kelly, guitarist Tiny Grimes, bassist Buster Williams, and drummer Oliver Jackson. The music, which falls between swing, bop and early R&B, is generally quite exciting, especially "Still King," "Every Day I Have the Blues," and the lengthy title cut. A particular surprise is a moody version of "'Round Midnight," which features some surprisingly effective bassoon by Jacquet. This CD reissue is highly recommended.
Artists Illinois Jacquet The Blues: That's Me! The Blues: That's Me! Illinois Jacquet. The Blues: That's Me! 1969. This album has an average beat per minute of 128 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 86/152 BPM). Tracklist The Blues: That's Me! 1. The Blues: That's Me! 10'34.
Illinois Jacquet The Blues That's Me 04 The Galloping Latin. Illinois Jacquet - Everyday I have the Blues - 1969. Top Songs By Illinois Jacquet. 2. Mambocito Mio. Illinois Jacquet.
PRESTIGE RECORDS 1969 PR 7731. Wynton Kelly - piano. Tiny Grimes - guitar. Buster Williams - bass. Oliver Jackson - drums. Recorded September 16, 1969. Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. Tracks list: 1 The Blues; That's Me! (Tiny Grimes) - 10:28. 2 Still King (Frank Foster, Illinois Jacquet) - 3:52. 3 'Round Midnight (Thelonious Monk) - 6:53. 4 The Galloping Latin - 5:28. 5 For Once in My Life (Ron Miller, Orlando Murden) - 7:02. 6 Every Day I Have the Blues (Peter Chatman) - 6:25.
The Blues; That's Me! is an album by jazz saxophonist Illinois Jacquet which was recorded in 1969 and released on the Prestige label. All compositions by Illinois Jacquet except where noted. The Blues; That's Me!" (Tiny Grimes) – 10:28. Still King" (Frank Foster, Illinois Jacquet) – 3:52. 'Round Midnight" (Thelonious Monk) – 6:53. The Galloping Latin" – 5:28. For Once in My Life" (Ron Miller, Orlando Murden) – 7:02. Every Day I Have the Blues" (Peter Chatman) – 6:25. Illinois Jacquet – tenor saxophone, bassoon.
After playing the first "Jazz at the Philharmonic" concert, Jacques formed his own band (which also included his older brother Russell Jacquet, a trumpet player) recording excellent albums for various labels.
|A1||The Blues; That's Me!||10:28|
|B1||The Galloping Latin||8:27|
|B2||For Once In My Life||7:02|
- Bass – Buster Williams
- Bassoon – Illinois Jacquet (tracks: A3)
- Drums – Oliver Jackson
- Guitar – Tiny Grimes
- Liner Notes – Dan Morgenstern
- Piano – Wynton Kelly
- Producer – Don Schlitten
- Recorded By – Danfort Griffiths
- Tenor Saxophone – Illinois Jacquet
NotesRec: NY, September 16, 1969.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): PRST 7731A 10/31/69 DBH (inside a rectangle)
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): PRST 7731B 10/20/69 DBH (inside a rectangle)
|OJC-614, P-7731||Illinois Jacquet||The Blues; That's Me! (LP, Album, RE, RM)||Original Jazz Classics, Prestige||OJC-614, P-7731||US||1991|
|PR 7731, PRT-7731||Illinois Jacquet||The Blues; That's Me! (LP, Album, RE)||Prestige, Prestige||PR 7731, PRT-7731||US||1972|
|OJCCD-614-2, P-7731||Illinois Jacquet||The Blues; That's Me! (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Original Jazz Classics, Prestige||OJCCD-614-2, P-7731||US||1991|