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Milt Buckner - Rockin Hammond

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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Rockin' Hammond of Milt Buckner - Milt Buckner on AllMusic -
  2. A Capitol Recording "Rockin' Hammond - Milt Buckner at the organ with rhythm accompaniment" STEREO/5(3).
  3. Milton Brent Buckner (July 10, – July 27, ) was an American jazz pianist and organist, who in the early s popularized the Hammond organ. He pioneered the parallel chords style [3] that influenced Red Garland, George Shearing, Bill Evans, and Oscar Peterson.
  4. Rockin Hammond Of Mi ("Buckner,Milt") (CD / Album) release. Milt Buckner was a roly-poly bundle of dynamite whose short legs couldnt quite reach his piano pedals, but his intensely animated bouncing while he played his solos and his great sense.
  5. Features two complete albums: Rockin' with Milt and Rockin' Hammond. So here is music that really swings, music that exploits the full Jazz potential of the Hammond organ, giving Milt Buckner a better than usual chance to demonstrate his extraordinary technical and creative skills at the Hammond. techno.kirirdredgushakarcerezar.infoinfo Rating: % positive.
  6. Milt Buckner, the "St. Louis Fireball," is generally credited with having popularized the Hammond organ during the early s. First introduced in , the instrument was immediately seized upon by Thomas "Fats" Waller, whose syncopated pipe organ records of form the primal bedrock of .
  7. Milt Buckner's Hammond organ sound is quite different than others who followed in his footsteps. His choppy two-hand chord approach, thorny and biting sound, and his regular usage of a bass player identified him as a raw industrialist, coming from the Midwest hearths of St. Louis and Detroit.9/
  8. Oct 20,  · from the Album: Rockin' Hammond () Milt Buckner (og) Everett Barksdale (g) Milt Hinton (b) Osie Johnson (dr) composed by Parish & DeRose.
  9. Buckner has largely been ignored as a pioneer of the organ in the '50s, so this reissue of his recordings for the Capitol label -- Rockin' with Milt, Rockin' Hammond, and Send Me Softly, plus five tracks from 7" EPs -- should reinforce why he was an important purveyor of the primordial soul-jazz movement.
  10. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Milt Buckner - Rockin' Hammond at Discogs. Complete your Milt Buckner collection/5(26).

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