Calvin Jackson - Tonal Expressions FLAC album
Genre: Jazz / Classical music
Title: Tonal Expressions
FLAC version ZIP size: 1615 mb
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Tonal Expressions by Calvin Jackson This 10" 33rpm release also appeared as a 3x78rpm Album Set Piano Solo Discovery Records Hollywood, California. Matrix, Runout (Side A Label): D-161.
The Jacksons is the eleventh studio album by the Jacksons, the band's first album for CBS and under the name "the Jacksons," following their seven-year tenure at Motown as "the Jackson 5". Jackson 5 member Jermaine Jackson stayed with Motown when his brothers broke their contracts and left for Epic, and he was replaced by youngest Jackson brother Randy. The album was released in 1976 for Epic Records and Philadelphia International Records as a joint venture.
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Victory is the fifteenth studio album by the Jacksons. It was released on July 2, 1984 by Epic Records. The album was the only album to include all six Jackson brothers together as an official group; also, it was the band's last album to be entirely recorded with lead singer Michael Jackson, as well as their first album to feature Jermaine Jackson since 1975's Moving Violation
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Calvin Jackson (January 22, 1961, Holly Springs, Mississippi – February 10, 2015, Senatobia, Mississippi) was an American drummer from north Mississippi As a young teen he sang in the choir, and then joined the Jubilee Hummingbirds. At age 16, Jackson was drumming with bluesman R. L. Burnside. In 1999 he released the only album under his own name, Calvin Jackson & Mississippi Bound's Goin' Down South. Participating were Cass Ian (vocals, guitar), Caret De Neeve (double bass) and Ludo "lazy lew" Beckers (harmonica)
Calvin Jackson (January 22, 1961, Holly Springs, Mississippi – February 10, 2015, Senatobia, Mississippi) was an American drummer from north Mississippi As a young teen he sang in the choir, and then joined the Jubilee Hummingbirds. Participating were Cass Ian (vocals, guitar), Caret De Neeve (double bass) and Ludo "lazy lew" Beckers (harmonica) References. "Obituaries - Calvin Jackson".
Learning "Managing your Time".
|Prelude In "C" Sharp Minor|
|I Can't Get Started|
|Lady Be Good|
|Blues In The Night|
|DL-3001||Calvin Jackson||Tonal Expressions (10", Red)||Discovery Records||DL-3001||US||1949|
|DL-3001||Calvin Jackson||Tonal Expressions (10", Bla)||Discovery Records||DL-3001||US||1949|
|M-13, 110, 111, 112||Calvin Jackson||Tonal Expressions (3xShellac, 10", Album)||Discovery Records, Discovery Records, Discovery Records, Discovery Records||M-13, 110, 111, 112||US||1949|