Bud Powell Blazes Through the Changes of “All God’s Chillun” (LOTW #234)

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On one of his trademark recorded tunes, Bud Powell shows his true prowess as one of the originators of the bebop language. “

All God’s Chillun Got Rhythm” incorporates a sequence of several 2-5-1 progressions, and Bud executes them seamlessly on this rendition off of his album Jazz Giant (1950).

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