Who Sang Solitude? Milt Jackson

Milt Jackson Ballads & Blues cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1956
length: 4:39
bass: Oscar Pettiford
guitar: Barry Galbraith
piano: John Lewis
vibraphone: Milt Jackson and Ralph Burns
drums (drum set): Kenny Clarke
Some other versions of "Solitude"

Lyrics
In my solitude
You haunt me
With dreadful ease
Of days gone by

In my solitude
You taunt me
With memories
That never die

I sit in my chair
And filled with despair
There's no one could be so sad
With gloom everywhere
I sit and I stare
I know that I'll soon go mad

In my solitude
I'm afraid
Dear Lord above
Send back my love
I sit in my chair

Filled with despair
There's no one, no one
No onecould be so sad
With gloom everywhere
I sit and I stare
I know that I'll soon go mad

In my solitude
I'm afraid
Dear Lord above
Send back my love

Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 So in Love
  • 2 These Foolish Things
  • 3 Solitude
  • 4 The Song Is Ended
  • 5 They Didn't Believe Me
  • 6 How High the Moon
  • 7 Gerry's Blues
  • 8 Hello
  • 9 Bright Blues

  • Release information
    label: Atlantic
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin