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    I'd known it as 3'11 but it was actually derived from an anonymous piece from the neolithic. Since it was officially published, it's been transposed from its original piano version to many other forms.
    It has been attempted in adaptation in a jazz situation but it seemed jazz musicians are unable to leave that much space... except Monk. And when he plays space, it swings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy blue note
    I'd known it as 3'11 but it was actually derived from an anonymous piece from the neolithic. Since it was officially published, it's been transposed from its original piano version to many other forms.
    It has been attempted in adaptation in a jazz situation but it seemed jazz musicians are unable to leave that much space... except Monk. And when he plays space, it swings.
    Nah, it's actually a contrafact of that tune. It's called "Lick my Love Pump."

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr. beaumont
    Nah, it's actually a contrafact of that tune. It's called "Lick my Love Pump."

    In D minor, the saddest of all possible keys.