The most underrated greatest 3 minutes in jazz history

The Mills Brothers can usually be found in the “Easy Listening” section of your local Barnes and Noble or online music store. But back in the 1930’s, there wasn’t shit easy about their style. There were some truly great performances from some truly great artists back in the day, but for sheer musicianship, energy, and out-and-out badass motherfuckerness, you won’t find anything better than this.

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One thought on “The most underrated greatest 3 minutes in jazz history

  1. Well played, Klackner. But I’ll see your Mills Bros and raise you a Nat King Cole Trio.

    Another musical badass that got relegated to the easy listening bin. My mom played those records when I was growing up. Years later, I heard this…

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