Willis Jackson - Blue Gator download album
Willis Jackson:Tenor Sax. George Benson:Guitar. Recorded in New York City, . Originally issued on and this recording taken from the 1970 album "Willis "Gator Tail" Jackson:Mellow Blues" (Up Front UPF-184) (LP).
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Written-By – Willis Jackson. A2. Try A Little Tenderness. Written-By – Woods, Campbell, Connolly. Blue Gator (LP, Album, Mono). Blue Gator (LP, Album, Mono, RP).
WILLIS JACKSON - Blue Gator. Filed under Soul Jazz By WILLIS JACKSON. A1 Blue Gator 9:16 A2 Try A Little Tenderness 6:00 A3 The Gator Jumps 3:40 B1 This Nearly Was Mine 4:31 B2 East Breeze 12:04 B3 She's Funny That Way 5:10. Bass – Milt Hinton (tracks: B1), Tommy Potter (tracks: A3, B3), Wendell Marshall (tracks: A1, A2, B2) Congas – Buck Clarke (tracks: B1) Drums – Alvin Johnson (tracks: A3, B1 to B3), Bill Elliot (tracks: A1, A2) Guitar – Bill Jennings Organ – Jack.
Willis "Gator" Jackson (April 25, 1932 – October 25, 1987) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist. Born in Miami, Florida, Jackson joined Duke Ellington alumnus Cootie Williams's band in 1949 as a teenager, after being discovered by Eddie Vinson. During the 1950s Jackson participated in R&B and jazz recordings, primarily as a session musician. He also toured as leader of the backing band of singer Ruth Brown, whom he married.
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Willis Jackson - Try a Little Tenderness 06:01. Willis Jackson - This Nearly Was Mine 04:33. Willis Jackson - Gator's Tail 03:39. Willis Jackson - Try a Little Tenderness 06:01. Willis Jackson - This Nearly Was Mine 04:31. Willis Jackson - She's Funny That Way 05:14. Willis Jackson - East Breeze 10:04. Willis Jackson - Blue Gator 09:16. Cool Gator, Really Groovin', Cookin' Sherry - Willis Jackson, Джордж Гершвин, Ирвинг Берлин. Blue Gator/ Please Mr. Jackson - Willis Jackson. Grease 'N' Gravy, The Good Life, Thunderbird - Willis Jackson
Blue Gator is the third album led by saxophonist Willis Jackson featuring organist Jack McDuff and guitarist Bill Jennings which was recorded in 1959 and 1960 and released on the Prestige label. All compositions by Willis Jackson except where noted. Try a Little Tenderness" (Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly, Harry Woods) – 5:57. Gator's Tail" – 3:39. This Nearly Was Mine" (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers) – 4:31. East Breeze" (Esmond Edwards) – 10:01.
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Written-By – Willis Jackson
|A2||Try A Little Tenderness
Written-By – Woods*, Campbell*, Connolly*
|A3||The Gator Jumps
Written-By – Willis Jackson
|B1||This Nearly Was Mine
Written-By – Hammerstein*, Rodgers*
Written-By – Esmond Edwards
|B3||She's Funny That Way
Written-By – Moret*, Whiting*
- Record Company – Prestige Records Inc.
- Bass – Milt Hinton (tracks: B1), Tommy Potter (tracks: A3, B3), Wendell Marshall (tracks: A1, A2, B2)
- Congas – Buck Clarke (tracks: B1)
- Drums – Alvin Johnson (tracks: A3, B1 to B3), Bill Elliot (tracks: A1, A2)
- Guitar – Bill Jennings
- Liner Notes – LeRoi Jones
- Organ – Jack McDuff*
- Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
- Tenor Saxophone – Willis Jackson
|PRLP 7183||Willis Jackson||Blue Gator (LP, Album, Mono, RP)||Prestige||PRLP 7183||US||1964|
|PL7850, PRST7850||Willis Jackson||Blue Gator (LP, Album)||Prestige, Prestige||PL7850, PRST7850||South Africa||1960|
|7183, PRLP 7183||Willis Jackson||Blue Gator (LP, Album, Mono)||Prestige, Prestige||7183, PRLP 7183||US||Unknown|
|PRT-7850, PR 7850||Willis Jackson||Blue Gator (LP, Album, RE)||Prestige, Prestige||PRT-7850, PR 7850||US||1972|