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Paul Jackson

eb, b, *1947 US
Musician / Composer of Jazz and R&B/Soul
A.k.a. Paul J. Jackson

American jazz bassist NOTE: Not to be confused with session guitarist Paul Jackson Jr. Born on 28.03.1947 in Oakland, USA. Founding member of the jazz-funk band The Herbie Hancock Group who recorded the epic album "Head Hunters" & later released material as The Headhunters in the 1970s. Since 1985, he moved his residence to Japan and continued to be active in many aspects of the Japanese music scene.

  • Bass guitar
  • Bass
  • Vocals
  • Backing Vocals
  • Electric piano
  • Jazz
  • R&B/Soul
  • Latin
  • Rock
  • Electronic

Band Members
Title Artist Year Type
Funk On A StickPaul Jackson2005Album
ConjunctionMike Clark / Paul Jackson / Marc Wagnon2001Album
The Funk Stops HereMike Clark & Paul Jackson1992Album
Black OctopusPaul Jackson1978Album
Quack, Quack, Quack / You're My First LovePaul Jackson1974Single
Quack, Quack, Quack / Funky ChickPaul Jackson / The MajesticsSingle
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