Milt Buckner - Rockin' Hammond FLAC album
Title: Rockin' Hammond
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Rockin' Hammond (LP). J-T 722. Milt Buckner. Rockin' Hammond (LP).
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Rockin' Hammond - Студийный альбом от Milt Buckner. В альбом вошло 12 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 31:43. Milt Buckner - Blue and Sentimental. 03 Pick yourself up - Milt Buckner.
Artists: Earl Warren. Milt Buckner - Jumpin' At The Zanzibar 02:28. Milt Buckner - When You Wish Upon A Star 02:39. Milt Buckner, Osie Johnson, Earl Warren, Milt Hinton - We'll Be Together Again 02:28. Milt Buckner - The Late, Late Show 03:39. Milt Buckner - Jumpin' At The Woodside 02:29. Related - Milt Buckner. Kansas City Memories (1970-1973) - Jay McShann, Milt Buckner. Milt Buckner - Milt Buckner. The Compositions Of Bobby Scott - Bill Holman, Charlie Mariano, Conte Candoli, Hal McKusick, Jimmy Giuffre, Milt Hinton. Statesman Of Jazz - Al Grey, Buddy Tate, Clark Terry,.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "The Rockin' Hammond of Milt Buckner" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. 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: 2009.
The Rocking Hammond o. .Tracks count: 22. Views: 46. Milt Buckner - Jumpin' At The Woodside 02:30. Milt Buckner - Movin' with Mitch 02:51. Milt Buckner - Easy to Love 02:20. Milt Buckner - Rockin' with Milt 03:00. Milt Buckner - Take the "A" Train 02:46. Send Me Softly - Milt Buckner. More Chords - Milt Buckner.
Milt Buckner was a roly-poly bundle of dynamite whose short legs couldn't quite reach his piano pedals, but his intensely animated bouncing while he played his solos and his great sense of humour won the hearts of all but the most petulant jazz critics. The versatile Buckner talent is here in spades on tunes like "Count's Basement", "One O'clock Jump", "The Late, Late Show" and "Jumpin' At The Woodside" showcasing Milt's one-man-ensemble organ style with a nod to Basie.