Jack Wilkins - Mexico download album
Jack Wilkins, Live at Relaciones Culturales, (Monterrey, México, July 7, 2012) 'All Blues' (originally written by Miles Davis, 1959) Jack Wilkins: guitar.
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Guitar – Jack Wilkins. Mastered By – Scott Hull (2). Percussion – Ted Moore. Photography By – Armen Kachaturian. Piano – Albert Dailey. Producer – Creed Taylor.
Jack Rivers Lewis (born June 4, 1944), known professionally as Jack Wilkins, is a jazz guitarist. A native of New York City, Wilkins grew up listening to his parents' music, such as Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, and Billie Holiday. He started playing guitar when he was ten. He had an older cousin who played albums for him by Charlie Christian, Tal Farlow, Django Reinhardt, and Johnny Smith
1. (00:06:13) Jack Wilkins - Daily Double. 2. (00:05:10) Jack Wilkins - You Must Believe In Spring. 3. (00:01:46) Jack Wilkins - My Foolish Heart. Jack Wilkins - Mexico (1992)/Jack Wilkins - Mexico. Jack Wilkins - Mexico (1992)/Album Info.
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Windows by Jack Wilkins, released 28 September 2018 1. Windows 2. Naima 3. Canzona 4. Pinocchio 5. Red Clay 6. Song For The Last Act Jack Wilkins highly sought-after album recorded for Bob Shad's Mainstream Records in 1973 and featuring his cult rendition of Freddie Hubbard's classic "Red Clay," sampled by A Tribe Called Quest ('Sucka Nigga') and Chance The Rapper (NaNa). Superb gatefold Sleeve crammed with never-seen session photos and new liner notes by UK journalist and Radio DJ Kevin Le Gendre (BBC Radio 3, Jazzwise, Echoes) Includes unlimited streaming of Windows via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Bowers & Wilkins México.
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Written-By – Albert Dailey, Dana Tria
|2||You Must Believe In Spring
Written-By – Alan & Marilyn Bergman, Jacques Louis*, Michel Legrand
|3||My Foolish Heart
Written-By – Ned Washington, Victor Young
Alto Saxophone – Phil WoodsGuitar – Carl BarryWritten-By – Jack Wilkins
|5||O Grande Amor
Written-By – Antonio Carlos Jobim, V. Moraes*
|6||7th Variation On A Catalan Folk Song, Opus 25
Written-By – John Duarte*
Written-By – Harvie Swartz
Written-By – Chick Corea
|9||Streets Of Rio
Written-By – Ted Moore
Alto Saxophone – Phil WoodsWritten-By – Harvie Swartz
Written-By – Jack Wilkins
- Marketed By – Mesa/Bluemoon Recordings, Ltd.
- Distributed By – Rhino Records Inc.
- Art Direction, Design – Blake Taylor
- Bass – Harvie Swartz
- Drums – Akira Tana
- Engineer – Rudy Van Gelder
- Guitar – Jack Wilkins
- Mastered By – Scott Hull
- Percussion – Ted Moore
- Photography By – Armen Kachaturian
- Piano – Albert Dailey
- Producer – Creed Taylor
NotesOriginal USA CD release
|CTI 1004-2||Jack Wilkins||Mexico (CD, Album)||CTI Records||CTI 1004-2||Germany||1992|
|67227-2||Jack Wilkins||Mexico (CD, Album, RP)||CTI Records||67227-2||US||1993|
|CTI 1004-2||Jack Wilkins||Mexico (CD, Album)||CTI Records||CTI 1004-2||Brazil||1994|
|MA 70 01 481||Jack Wilkins||Mexico (CD, Album)||CTI Records||MA 70 01 481||Europe||Unknown|
|POCJ 1122||Jack Wilkins||Mexico (CD, Album)||CTI Records||POCJ 1122||Japan||1992|