Vertigo (Jackie McLean album)

Vertigo (Jackie McLean Album)

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Vertigo (Jackie McLean album)

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Vertigo' is an album by American saxophonist Jackie McLean recorded in 1962 and 1963 but not released on the Blue Note label until 1980. The original 1980 release contained only the five tracks from 1963 (with one additional track from 1959 later released as a bonus track on New Soil) but the later 2000 CD release added six tracks from the 1962 session originally marked for release as Jackie McLean Quintet but first released in 1978 as part of a double LP titled Hipnosis.


The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album 4 stars and stated "the music ranges from catchy funk and hard bop to strong hints of the avant-garde". The JazzTimes review by Bill Shoemaker said "McLean really doesn't stray far from the winning Blue Note formula of smartly constructed hard bop and blues on the date, which, given the groundswell stemming from One Step Beyond and Destination... Out! explains why the date was withheld".

Track listing

All compositions by Jackie McLean except as indicated
  1. "Marney" (Donald Byrd, Bernard Herrmann) - 6:15
  2. "Dusty Foot" (Byrd) - 6:55
  3. "Vertigo" - 8:17
  4. "Cheers" - 4:54
  5. "Yams" (Herbie Hancock) - 8:00
  6. "The Three Minors" - 6:03 <small>Bonus......
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