Like Eric Dolphy before him, Jackie McLean sought to create a kind of vanguard "chamber jazz" that still had the blues feel and - occasionally - the groove of hard bop, though with rounded, moodier edges. Destination Out! was the album on which he found it. Still working with Grachan Moncur III and Bobby Hutcherson - his direct spiritual connection to Dolphy - McLean changed his rhythm section by employing drummer Roy Haynes and bassist Larry Ridley. This combination proved a perfect balance of the four elements. The program is four tunes, three of which were written by Moncur
Jackie McLean: Destination Out by Clifford Allen, published on May 7, 2004 at All About Jazz. Find more Profiles articles. Jackie McLean was born May 17th, 1932 in New York City. His godfather Norman Cobbs was a saxophonist and played in church, but when Jackie first heard Lester Young on record, his fate as a saxophonist was sealed. He first started on soprano at 14, studying at the New York School of Music, but most of his education came from his peers and his elders: "Lessons were 50 cents, and you sat in there like in a dentist's office, waiting for the teacher to call you in one at a time. They take you in there, you're in there about 15 minutes and then you're gone.
Out! (LP, Album, Mono). This is a good pressing, and a great album. Vinyl is deep glossy black, and flat enough. Reply Notify me 2 Helpful.
Exclusively for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). 1963s Destination Out has four pieces: these work around McClean's minimalistic alto sax playing, Bobby Hutcherson's vibes, Grechen Moncur's trombone, Roy Haynes on drums and Larry Ridley on bass. These numbers range from slow blues essays with a lot of subtitutions to compositions like "Esoteric. Every track is outstanding, but let me take "Esoteric" to explain why Destiantion Out is so essential to any music lover.
Listen free to Jackie McLean – Destination Out! (Love and Hate, Esoteric and more). Like Eric Dolphy before him, Jackie McLean sought to create a kind of vanguard "chamber jazz" that still had the blues feel and - occasionally - the groove of hard bop, though with rounded, moodier edges.
Destination Out - Jackie McLean. Songs: 11. Artist: Jackie McLean. Songs: Jackie McLean - Esoteric 09:06. Jackie McLean - Love And Hate 08:28. Jackie McLean - Love And Hate 08:25. Jackie McLean - Esoteric 09:05. Jackie McLean - Kahlil The Prophet 10:27. Jackie McLean - Kahlil The Prophet 10:26. Jackie McLean - Riff Raff 07:09. Jackie McLean - Riff Raff 07:07.
Out! Studio album by. Jackie McLean.
|1||Love And Hate||8:26|
|3||Kahlil The Prophet||10:24|
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|7243 5 92424 2 2||Jackie McLean||Destination Out (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Blue Note||7243 5 92424 2 2||US||2004|
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