In 1966, Milt Buckner, like several of his contemporary jazz confreres, took his trio into Germany's Black Forest to record for Hans 's MPS label. He was joined by former Ellingtonian bass player Jimmy Woode and former Count Basie drummer Jo Jones. Although Buckner's major legacy was as the originator of the locked-hands or parallel-chords technique, this album shows he was a performer of commanding originality. Hamp's Boogie Woogie" reveals that he was a pretty fair boogie-woogie player and "Saba's House Party" shows a special.
Milt Buckner Trio, Jo Jones - Play Chords (LP, Album, RE, Gat). Play Chords (LP, Gat). The Milt Buckner Trio.
Play Chords is a swing music album recording by MILT BUCKNER released in 1966 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. MILT BUCKNER - Play Chords. Filed under Swing By MILT BUCKNER.
Artist: Milt Buckner Title Of Album: Play Chords Year Of Release: 1966/2015 Label: Edel Germany GmbH Genre: Jazz, Instrumental, Easy listening Quality: Mp3, 320 kbps, FLAC (tracks) Total T. Tracklist: 01. Feeling Sorta Villingen (5:09) 02.
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Buckner’s Play Chords won the Hot Club de France’s prestigious Grand Prix de Jazz for the best album of 1967. No wonder: Jimmy Woode, bassist on some of the greatest Duke Ellington recordings of the 50’s, and the legendary Jo Jones, engine of the Count Basie Orchestra, and arguably the greatest drummer of the Swing Era, were along for the ride. Feeling Sorta Villingen, Chitline A La Carte, Hamp’s Boogie Woogie, and Saba House Party are all blues pieces by Buckner. The first two are mastered in medium tempo
Milt Buckner (10 July 1915 – 27 July 1977) was an American jazz pianist and organist, originally from St. Louis, Missouri. He was orphaned as a child, but an uncle in Detroit (trombone player John Tobias) taught him to play. Buckner pioneered the parallel chords style which influenced Red Garland. ore . Year: 1973.
I Want a Little Girl to Call My Own, 06:51. Three o'clock in the Morning, 04:19. Pennies from Heaven, 06:47. Four Brothers, 03:52. Back Home in Indiana, 03:29.