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The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions

Label: Columbia Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1. Willie Nelson - 6:41 2. Willie Nelson - 10:21 3. Willie Nelson - 6:33 4. Willie Nelson - 5:22 5. Willie Nelson - 10:45 6. Willie Nelson - 10:17 7. Johnny Bratton - 8:17 8. Johnny Bratton - 6:38 9. Johnny Bratton - 5:19 10. Archie Moore - 4:45 11. Go Ahead John, Pt. 1 - 13:07 12. Go Ahead John, Pt. 2A - 7:00 13. Go Ahead John, Pt. 2B - 10:06 14. Go Ahead John, Pt. 2C - 3:38 15. Go Ahead John, Pt. 1 - 11:04 16. Duran - 5:37 17. Duran - 11:20 18. Sugar Ray - 6:16 19. Right Off - 11:09 20. Right Off - 4:33 21. Right Off - 5:58 22. Right Off - 8:49 23. Yesternow - 9:49 24. Yesternow - 16:02 25. Honky Tonk - 10:04 26. Honky Tonk - 11:29 27. Ali - 6:50 28. Ali - 10:14 29. Konda - 16:29 30. Nem Um Talvez - 2:50 31. Nem Um Talvez - 2:54 32. Little High People - 6:52 33. Little High People - 9:28 34. Nem Um Talvez - 4:36 35. Nem Um Talvez - 2:04 36. Selim - 2:15 37. Little Church - 3:16 38. Little Church - 3:15 39. The Mask, Pt. 1 - 7:47 40. The Mask, Pt. 2 - 15:45 41. Right Off - 26:54 42. Yesternow - 25:36

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Miles Davis: The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions

Read "The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions" reviewed by Germein Linares


Columbia Records' reissue arm, Legacy Recordings, issues The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions, a comprehensive five CD set documenting the output of Miles Davis and his band between February 2 and June 4, 1970. These sessions would yield the full material for A Tribute To Jack Johnson (1970) and also contribute to Live Evil (1970), Get Up ...

Album

The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions

Label: Columbia Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Willie Nelson - 6:41 2. Willie Nelson - 10:21 3. Willie Nelson - 6:33 4. Willie Nelson - 5:22 5. Willie Nelson - 10:45 6. Willie Nelson - 10:17 7. Johnny Bratton - 8:17 8. Johnny Bratton - 6:38 9. Johnny Bratton - 5:19 10. Archie Moore - 4:45 11. Go Ahead John, Pt. 1 - 13:07 12. Go Ahead John, Pt. 2A - 7:00 13. Go Ahead John, Pt. 2B - 10:06 14. Go Ahead John, Pt. 2C - 3:38 15. Go Ahead John, Pt. 1 - 11:04 16. Duran - 5:37 17. Duran - 11:20 18. Sugar Ray - 6:16 19. Right Off - 11:09 20. Right Off - 4:33 21. Right Off - 5:58 22. Right Off - 8:49 23. Yesternow - 9:49 24. Yesternow - 16:02 25. Honky Tonk - 10:04 26. Honky Tonk - 11:29 27. Ali - 6:50 28. Ali - 10:14 29. Konda - 16:29 30. Nem Um Talvez - 2:50 31. Nem Um Talvez - 2:54 32. Little High People - 6:52 33. Little High People - 9:28 34. Nem Um Talvez - 4:36 35. Nem Um Talvez - 2:04 36. Selim - 2:15 37. Little Church - 3:16 38. Little Church - 3:15 39. The Mask, Pt. 1 - 7:47 40. The Mask, Pt. 2 - 15:45 41. Right Off - 26:54 42. Yesternow - 25:36

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Miles Davis: The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions

Read "The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions" reviewed by Andrey Henkin


The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions completes the trifecta Columbia began with similar treatments to In a Silent Way and Bitches Brew. Five discs, recorded from February 1969 to June 1970, comprising material available on 5 albums and including 34 previously unissued tracks, paints a rich portrait of the time period. The set does ...

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Miles Davis: The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions

Read "The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions" reviewed by AAJ Staff


For many reasons, Jack Johnson never got the attention it deserved. For one, Columbia chose not to market the 1971 Miles Davis release as aggressively as its contemporary, Miles Davis at Fillmore East. And the LP was a soundtrack for an obscure boxing movie, which wasn't exactly a huge draw. And it disposed of much of ...


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