Me and Mr. Jones
Download links and information about Me and Mr. Jones by Javon Jackson Quartet. This album was released in 1991 and it belongs to Jazz genres. It contains 7 tracks with total duration of 57:01 minutes.
|Artist:||Javon Jackson Quartet|
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|1.||Me and Mr. Jones||6:29|
|2.||The Masquerade Is Over||11:09|
|3.||Theme for Penny||7:29|
|5.||A Certain Attitude||8:02|
|6.||A Free Man?||8:52|
Already possessing a very distinctive tenor sax sound, Javon Jackson's debut as a leader is an exceptional effort. Jackson, 26 at the time of the recording, joined forces with 40-year-old James Williams, 19-year-old Christian McBride and 64-year-old Elvin Jones to create a powerful musical statement that bridges the generations. "Mr. Jones" refers to the master drummer, whose presence and energy are felt throughout the recording, especially on the medium swingers "The Masquerade Is Over" and Williams' "A Certain Attitude," as well as on the title track and "Theme for Penny," two uptempo Jackson originals that begin with brief drum solos. Also making his presence felt is McBride, whose tone, time, and imagination belie his age. One of 1992's best releases.