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Six and Foursubmitted:
2007/09/08 11:32:01
revised:
2007/09/10 02:30:19



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Six and Four
Oliver Nelson

Hank Jones plays this with the above pattern over each chord (showing it over the F7), and maintains the bass ostinato throughout the entire piece.

Jones has kept this tune going and has recorded it a few times, with Elvin, solo, and most recently with Joe Lovano. Oliver Nelson's original recording of this (with Eric Dolphy, Richard Wyands, George Duvivier, and Roy Haynes) was one note different (b5 - see below).

On Hank Jones' most recent trio recording of it (released on Trane's birthday in 2003 - The Great Jazz Trio - "Autumn Leaves" with Elvin and Richard Davis), they head out with the original ostinato shown below. On the other versions, the alterations come and go, most often present on the bV7 or going from V7 to IV7 to I7.


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