Milt Buckner

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Milton Brent "Milt" Buckner (10 July 1915 – 27 July 1977) was an American jazz pianist and organist, who in the early 1950s popularized the Hammond organ. He pioneered the parallel chords style that influenced Red Garland, George Shearing, Bill Evans, and Oscar Peterson. Buckner's brother, Ted Buckner, was a jazz saxophonist.

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Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1955 Rockin With Milt Milt Buckner 1
1956 Rockin' Hammond Milt Buckner 1
1957 Send Me Softly Milt Buckner 1
1960 Please Mr. Organ Player Milt Buckner 1
1966 Play Chords Milt Buckner 1
1969 More Chords Milt Buckner 1
1970 Birthday Party for H.G.B.S. Milt Buckner 1
1976 Blues and Bounce ! Milt Buckner & Marcel Zanini 1
1977 Midnight Slows Milt Buckner & Buddy Tate 2
1988 Lionel Hampton and his Jazz Giants Lionel Hampton, William "Cat" Anderson, Eddie Chamblee, Paul Moen, Milt Buckner, William "Billy" Mackel, Barry Smith & Frankie Dunlop 1
2003 Milt's Boogie Milt Buckner 1
2012 Mighty High Milt Buckner 1

Album + Compilation

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
2002 Blues & Rhythm Series: The Chronological Milt Buckner 1946-1951 Milt Buckner 1
2012 Milton Buckner Greatest Hits Milt Buckner 1

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