Dedicated to Connie is a live album by The Modern Jazz Quartet.
It was recorded in Ljubljana, Slovenia on May 27, 1960 and comes from the same tour that produced the equally memorable European Concert.
It was released in 1995 as a tribute to the group’s long term drummer Connie Kay who died on 30 November 1994.
Playing on the album are:
Milt Jackson – vibraphone
John Lewis – piano
Percy Heath – bass
Connie Kay – drums
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Songs On Modern Jazz Quartet Dedicated to Connie
1. The Little Comedy/La Cantarice/Harlequin/Fontessa
2. ‘Round Midnight
4. Bag’s Groove
5. Odds Against Tomorrow
6. It Don’t Mean A Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing)
7. A Social Call
2. I Should Care
3. How High The Moon
5. Spanish Steps
6. Pyramid (Home For Junior)
7. Milt Meets Sid
8. I Remember Clifford
10. Skating In Central Park
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