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Jack Brokensha - And Then I Said album flac

  • Performer: Jack Brokensha
  • Album: And Then I Said
  • FLAC: 1103 mb | MP3: 1881 mb
  • Released: 1963
  • Style: Cool Jazz, Hard Bop
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 958
Jack Brokensha - And Then I Said album flac


A1 March Of The Siamese Children
A2 When The Sun Comes Out
A3 Little Niles
B1 And Then I Said
B2 Engulfed Cathedral
B3 Johnny Guitar


  • Bass – Dan Jordan*
  • Drums – Art Mardigan
  • Ensemble – Jack Brokensha And The Concert Jazz Quartet*
  • Piano – Howard Lucas
  • Vibraphone – Jack Brokensha


The quartet is listed as The Jack Brokensha Quartet on the rear sleeve, and as Jack Brokensha And The Concert Jazz Quartet on the center labels

Music video by Jack White performing I'm Shakin'

List of all the songs by Jack Brokensha.

Jack Brokensha (vibraphone, marimba); and Eddie "Bongo" Brown (percussion). Hunter left in 1964, replaced on keyboards by Johnny Griffith and as bandleader by Van Dyke. Uriel Jones joined the band as a third drummer. The double-album sleeve notes read: "Motown's legendary Funk Brothers and members of Philadelphia's world renowned MFSB take you 'back in the day' with an album filled with classic Philly and Motown hits. Bob Babbitt, Joe Hunter, Uriel Jones, and Eddie Willis performed alongside other notable Detroit session musicians, like Ray Monette, Robert Jones, Spider Webb, and Treaty Womack. It was via this web site that he and Dennis Coffey hooked up and then eventually collaborated to make the session work.

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Jack Johnson (also known as A Tribute to Jack Johnson on reissues) is a studio album and soundtrack by American jazz trumpeter, composer, and bandleader Miles Davis. It was released on February 24, 1971, by Columbia Records. The album was conceived by Davis for Bill Cayton's documentary of the same name, on the life of boxer Jack Johnson. Its two 25-minute-plus tracks were produced from recordings made on February 18 and April 7, 1970, at 30th Street Studio in New York City

And Then I Said is an image macro series featuring stock photographs of groups of people laughing and the caption And then I said or And then we said followed by an empty promise or implausible proposition. The format of the series bears many similarities with the X They Said image image macros in juxtaposing the contrast of what was promised and the actual outcome. On March 12th, 2012, Redditor trevs231 submitted a post titled And then I said to the /r/AdviceAnimals subreddit, which included an image macro of laughing politicians and the caption "And then I sai. The tests will look just like what we’ve covered in lecture! (shown below, left). On the following day, Redditor submitted an image macro to the /r/funny subreddit of two white business men laughing with the caption "And then I sai. Pay taxes? What am . oor? (shown below, middle).

1963, In less than ten hours, The Beatles record ten new songs for their first album plus four other tracks which would be the next two singles. John Lennon's vocal on The Isley Brothers 'Twist & Shout' was recorded in one take to complete the album. 1964, The Beatles made their live concert debut in the US at the Washington Coliseum. Over 350 police surrounded the stage to keep the 8,000 plus screaming fans in control. On Mix 9. FM, DSTV 823, 4 – 7 Liza Minelli, Jim Steinman’s mighty works, then mostly luurv songs (since it’s Valentine’s Day coming up and you need inspiration), of course your requests.

Features the latest remastering. Includes a Japanese description. Features original cover artwork. Weird winds make this a mighty nice record – a blend of the tenor and bassoon of Errol Buddle and alto and flute of Dick Healy – all set to piano from Bryce Rhode, and vibes from the great Jack Brokensha! All players have a very strong sense of tone and color – and move together at a level that might be influence by the experiments of the Modern Jazz Quartet, but which also takes on a much more expressive feel with the presence of the reeds

Jack Brokensha 's longtime role as a Detroit studio owner and in-house performer on the vibraphone might have gone into distant memory banks if not for this beautiful effort from 1993 with help from some of the very best jazzmen the Motor City has offered. The extraordinary keyboardist and educator Matt Michaels, veteran bassist Dan Jordan (who has played with Brokensha over the better part of 40 years), and marvelous ex- Stan Kenton drummer Jerry McKenzie form a symbiotic bond with Brokensha on this collection of a few well-rendered standards and many originals penned by the pianist.

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