Milt Raskin

Milton William Raskin.

Also known as Разскин, Exciting Sounds Of Milt Raskin, Exciting Sounds Of Milt Raskin, The, Exotic Sounds Of Milt Raskin, M. Raskin, Milt Raksin, Milton Raskin, Milton W. Raskin, Raskin
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Discography of Milt Raskin:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Kapu (Forbidden) 10 Audio Eros
2 Exotic Percussion 10 Audio 1961 Crown Records (2)
3 Kapu (Forbidden) 10 Audio 1959 Crown Records (2)
4 Exotic Percussion 10 Audio 1960
5 Kapu (Forbidden) 10 Audio 1959 Crown Records (2)
6 Kapu (Forbidden) 10 Audio 1959 Eros
7 Exotic Percussion 10 Audio 1960


American jazz pianist, conductor and arranger.

Born : January 27, 1916 in Boston, Massachusetts.

Died : October 16, 1977 in Los Angeles, California.

Milt played in the big bands of Gene Krupa (1938-'39 & 1941-'42), Teddy Powell (1939-'40), Alvino Rey (1940), Tommy Dorsey (1942-'44), Artie Shaw, Billie Holiday (1946), Woody Herman, Wingy Manone (1947), Sarah Vaughan (1951), Georgie Auld (1952), B.B. King (1959), Stan kenton (1963 & 1965) and many others. (


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