Al Jackson Jr.

Hand drummers in Berkeley, California, about 1966

American drummer, producer, and songwriter.

- Al Jackson Jr.
Hand drummers in Berkeley, California, about 1966

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Alpha

461 Ocean Boulevard

Second studio album by English musician Eric Clapton.

Second studio album by English musician Eric Clapton.

Al Jackson Jr. – drums (A2)

Young, Gifted and Black

Eighteenth studio album by American singer-songwriter Aretha Franklin, released in early 1972, by Atlantic Records.

Eighteenth studio album by American singer-songwriter Aretha Franklin, released in early 1972, by Atlantic Records.

Al Jackson Jr. – drums (1, 6)

Mann c. 1980

Herbie Mann

American jazz flute player and important early practitioner of world music.

American jazz flute player and important early practitioner of world music.

Mann c. 1980
Herbie Mann and Will Lee (1975)

The musicians on these recordings are some of the best-known session players in soul and jazz, including singer Cissy Houston (mother of Whitney Houston), guitarists Duane Allman, Larry Coryell, and Sonny Sharrock, bassists Donald "Duck" Dunn, Chuck Rainey, and Miroslav Vitous, and drummers Al Jackson, Jr. and Bernard Purdie.

I'm Still in Love with You (Al Green album)

Fifth studio album by the American gospel and soul singer Al Green, released on October 23, 1972, on Hi Records.

Fifth studio album by the American gospel and soul singer Al Green, released on October 23, 1972, on Hi Records.

Al Jackson Jr. – drums

Let's Stay Together (Al Green album)

Fourth album by the soul singer Al Green, released in 1972, and is the follow-up to his moderate success Al Green Gets Next to You.

Fourth album by the soul singer Al Green, released in 1972, and is the follow-up to his moderate success Al Green Gets Next to You.

1) "Let's Stay Together" (Green, Al Jackson, Jr., Willie Mitchell) – 3:18

Rogers Drums

American multinational drum manufacturer.

American multinational drum manufacturer.

Al Jackson Jr.

Livin' for You

Seventh album from soul musician Al Green.

Seventh album from soul musician Al Green.

Al Jackson, Jr. - drums

Lance in 1965

Major Lance

American R&B singer.

American R&B singer.

Lance in 1965
Cover art for the short CD collection titled The Very Best of Major Lance

He set up a new label, Osiris, with former Booker T and the MG's drummer Al Jackson, but again with little success, and his career hit a downward spiral.

Donny Hathaway (album)

Second studio album by American soul artist Donny Hathaway, released on April 2, 1971 on Atco.

Second studio album by American soul artist Donny Hathaway, released on April 2, 1971 on Atco.

Al Jackson Jr. – drums (tracks 1-7, 9)

Call Me (Al Green album)

Sixth album by soul singer Al Green.

Sixth album by soul singer Al Green.

Al Jackson Jr. – drums