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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
A Tribute to Jack Johnson. Jack Johnson is the purest electric jazz record ever made because of the feeling of spontaneity and freedom it evokes in the listener, for the stellar and inspiring solos by McLaughlin and Davis that blur all edges between the two musics, and for the tireless perfection of the studio assemblage by Miles and producer Macero.
Reissue of album originally released in 1971. La propiedad intelectual de los fonogramas publicados pertenece a Sony Music Entertainment (Argentina)S. Matrix, Runout: 29740 - . INDUSTRIA ARGENTINA - BMG - 5192642. Other Versions (5 of 66) View All.
A Tribute To Jack Johnson February 24, 1971. Miles immediately leaves the control room to join in with them. He achieved exactly what he wanted for the soundtrack of the documentary devoted to the black boxer Jack Johnson by creating the effect of a train going at full speed (which he compared to the force of a boxer). That’s how side A of the LP Jack Johnson begins. By chance, Herbie Hancock had arrived unexpectedly and started playing on a cheap keyboard that a sound engineer quickly connected. Later, Teo Macero taped John McLaughlin’s riff on Sing A Simple Song by Sly Stone
A Tribute to Jack Johnson is a good soundtrack and is comprised of two lengthy pieces of varying degrees of success. The first piece "Right Off" starts as an entertaining jazz-rock groove. There's some great firery soloing by Miles and then the tune gets a little spacey towards the middle during the sax solo. Not much happens for a LONG time. But the piece very gradually builds momentum until "Shh Peaceful" (what the ?!?!) from in a Silent Way comes in. Wow, what a "great" way to expand a composition, insert previously recorded material from another album in the middle. Then its back to more repetitious bass playing with horn and guitar accents. This remains in the same mode until at last, thank god, a groove is formed and Miles solos some.
A Tribute to Jack Johnson is a fusion music album recording by MILES DAVIS released in 1971 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. A Tribute To Jack Johnson Remastered Sony Legacy 2005. Miles Davis - A Tribute To Jack Johnson - Lp Vinyl Record Columbia Records. Tribute to Jack Johnson by Miles Davis Imports. Tribute to Jack Johnson Imports 2009.
In the spring of 1970, Miles Davis was fresh off his trailblazing, artistic watermarks In a Silent Way and Bitches. That meant recording countless takes on a theme, and, with assistance from producer Teo Macero, splicing those takes together into one coherent 40-minute release: 1971's A Tribute to Jack Johnson. But now, this compilation documents the sessions in their virtual entirety (there are a couple of missing takes, but nothing too essential), offering an incredible six hours of largely unheard material. Disc one opens with several takes from a February 1970 session of the misleadingly titled "Willie Nelson" (it is, in fact, a Miles Davis original)- much of which was incorporated into the original LP's largely ambient piece "Yesternow".
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Music By [Additional] – Teo Macero
- Manufactured By – Columbia Records
- Manufactured By – CBS Inc.
- Bass [Fender] – Michael Henderson
- Cameraman – Lawrence Garinger
- Directed By [Musical Director] – Teo Macero
- Drums – Bill Cobham*
- Engineer – Arthur Kendy
- Film Director – William Cayton
- Film Editor – John Dandre
- Film Producer – Jim Jacobs
- Guitar – John McLaughlin
- Illustration – Paul Davis
- Keyboards – Herbie Hancock
- Photography By – David Gahr
- Producer – Jim Jacobs, Teo Macero
- Saxophone – Steve Grossman
- Script By – Alan Bodian
- Trumpet, Liner Notes – Miles Davis
- Voice [Jack Johnson's Voice] – Brock Peters
NotesUS made export copy on CBS. Sticker 30455 over printed KC 30455 on front cover
The catalog# is printed as "KC 30455" on backcover above the CBS logo.
CBS logo taped over Columbia logo on label. "PC30455" on spine.
On frontcover, upper left corner: "Original Soundtrack Recording." The front also lists the documentary credits and Miles Davis's liner notes. No release date, nor composition credits.
Printed in U.S.A
Cover and label variation:
Label: Red CBS-sticker is a full circle
Cover: No stickers to cover Columbia on front and back. KC 30455 on cover (spine, back and front)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): AL 30455
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): BL 30455
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): P AL 30455-1D
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): P BL 30455-1H
|S 30455||Miles Davis||Jack Johnson (Original Soundtrack Recording) (LP, Album, Pit)||Columbia Masterworks||S 30455||US||1971|
|PC 30455, KC 30455, 30455||Miles Davis||A Tribute To Jack Johnson (LP, Album)||Columbia, Columbia, Columbia||PC 30455, KC 30455, 30455||US||1977|
|KC 30455, 30455||Miles Davis||A Tribute To Jack Johnson (LP, Album, RE)||Columbia, Columbia||KC 30455, 30455||US||1971|
|SOPC 57110, SOPC-57110||Miles Davis||Jack Johnson - Original Soundtrack Recording (LP, Album)||CBS/Sony, CBS/Sony||SOPC 57110, SOPC-57110||Japan||1971|
|S 30455||Miles Davis||A Tribute To Jack Johnson (LP, Album)||Columbia Masterworks||S 30455||Canada||1971|
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