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More Chords

Milt Buckner

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1
I de clare
Milton Buckner; Jimmy Woode; Kenny Clarke
3:12
2
I Want a Little Girl
Milton Buckner; Jimmy Woode; Kenny Clarke
6:53
3
Three O'Clock in the Morning
Milton Buckner; Jimmy Woode; Kenny Clarke
4:21
4
Pennies from Heaven
Milton Buckner; Jimmy Woode; Kenny Clarke
6:46
5
Four Brothers
Milton Buckner; Jimmy Woode; Kenny Clarke
3:51
6
Back Home in Indiana
Milton Buckner; Jimmy Woode; Kenny Clarke
3:30
7
If I Could Be with You (One Hour Tonight)
Milton Buckner; Jimmy Woode; Kenny Clarke
4:28
Cabin in the Sky  
8
Takin' a Chance on Love
Milton Buckner; Jimmy Woode; Kenny Clarke
6:07
Total Playing Time    39:08
Innovative pianist and organist Milt Buckner originated the "locked hands" technique, a method of playing that was emulated by his and future generations, from George Shearing to Red Garland to Oscar Peterson and beyond. More Chords, released in 1969, is the third of the trio albums Buckner recorded for German label MPS and features Buckner with bassist Jimmy Woode, a Duke Ellington alumnus, as well as British drummer Kenny Clare, who played with Aretha Franklin and Tony Bennett.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – MPS Records Studio Masters

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