Concorde OJCCD 002 2
  • CAT # OJCCD-002-25

    1. Ralph's New Blues 7:13
    2. All Of You 4:31
    3. I'll Remember April 5:10
    4. Gershwin Medley: Soon / For You, For Me, Forevermore / Love Walked In / Our Love Is Here To Stay 7:59
    5. Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise 8:00
    6. Concorde 3:34

The earlier MJQ sessions were released on 78s, 45s, EPs, and 10-inch LPs. Later they were collated on 12-inch LPs. This was the first session done specifically for 12-inch and was also Connie Kay's first recording with the group after replacing Kenny Clarke. "I'll Remember April" was done at a separate session (discographies don't tell us this) because John Lewis, the perfectionist, was dissatisfied with the first version.

Milt Jackson, John Lewis, Percy Heath, Connie Kay

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