C.F.D. – Jack Wilson
C.F.D. is an unusual swing head—the changing rhythmic pulse obscures the meter, giving the piece a very modern feeling. Lead sheets and second parts available.
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- Recording: Jack Wilson - Something Personal
- Recorded on: August 9, 1966
- Label: Blue Note (BLP 4251)
- Concert Key: C
- Vocal Range: , to
- Style: Swing (uptempo)
- Vibes - Roy Ayers
- Piano - Jack Wilson
- Bass - Ray Brown
- Drums - Varney Barlow
According to journalist Mark Myers, in his JAZZWAX blog, "it's C.F.D. that's the album highlight. On the song, Wilson's speed and grace on the keyboard are a delight."
August 3, 1936 – October 5, 2007
Pianist Jack Wilson was born in Chicago but moved to Fort Wayne, Indiana, at age seven. By his fifteenth birthday, he had become the youngest member ever to join the Fort Wayne Musician’s Union. At the age of seventeen he played a two-week stint as a substitute pianist in James Moody’s band. After graduating from the local high school, Wilson spent a year and a half at Indiana University, where he met Freddie Hubbard and Slide Hampton. He went on to tour with a rock ‘n roll band, which led him to Columbus, Ohio, where he found the then-unknown Nancy Wilson and Rahsaan Roland Kirk. He settled there for a year, then moved to Atlantic City, where he led the house band at the local Cotton Club. Read more...