Champion Jack really changes his musical style for his run of singles on the King label. The intensity is significantly lessened - the rollicking groove of the Red Robin recordings becomes much more of a laid back stroll. There is far more space between instruments, and both he and his accompanists play with far more restraint and deliberation. The overall effect is a real "uptowning" of his musical sound.
|Mickey and Jack in the 60s|
|Thank you Mr. Sears and Roebuck!|