(March 30, 2017): Milt Jackson – No Moon At All

From the 1964 album, In A New Setting.  Jackson is in a quintet here, with McCoy Tyner on piano, Jimmy Heath on tenor, Bob Cranshaw on bass, and Connie Kay drums.  Nat King Cole and Doris Day both released the first recordings of this David Mann composition in November 1947 (both with Redd Evans’ lyrics). No surprise it has been covered countless times since.

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