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Play Chords

Milt Buckner Trio, Jo Jones

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1.1
Feeling Sorta Villingen
Milt Buckner Trio; Jo Jones
5:07
1.2
Chitline a La Carte
Milt Buckner Trio; Jo Jones
3:00
1.3
Cute
Milt Buckner Trio; Jo Jones
2:59
1.4
Alec Lovejoy
Milt Buckner Trio; Jo Jones
3:17
Dames  
1.5
I Only Have Eyes for You
Milt Buckner Trio; Jo Jones
8:00
Swing Time  
1.6
Pick yourself up
Milt Buckner Trio; Jo Jones
4:24
1.7
Robbins Nest
Milt Buckner Trio; Jo Jones
4:36
1.8
Hamp's Boogie Woogie
Milt Buckner Trio; Jo Jones
2:31
1.9
Saba House Party
Milt Buckner Trio; Jo Jones
3:44
1.10
Yours Is My Heart Alone
Milt Buckner Trio; Jo Jones
4:50
Total Playing Time    42:28
Innovative pianist and organist Milt Buckner originated the "locked hands" technique, emulated by his and future generations from George Shearing to Red Garland to Oscar Peterson and beyond. This album features Buckner with an all-star rhythm section of bassist Jimmy Woode, a Duke Ellington alumnus, and great swing drummer Jo Jones of the Count Basie Orchestra. Play Chords was awarded the Hot Club de France’s prestigious Grand Prix de Jazz for the best album of 1967.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – MPS Records Studio Masters

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