In 2004, Ryan Kisor released an album called "Donna Lee", backed by an all star band (Greg Hutchinson, Sam Yahel and Peter Bernstein).
On the album they took a surprising turn at "Song for my Father". Instead of playing straight eights, they chose to go for a triplet feel, a 12/4-feel, you might say.
I thought it sounded so fresh, that I made a style for it.
On the album Kisor, Yahel and Bernstein kick up some dust. My own version can't hold a candle to theirs, but I just thought it was such a nice version that I had to record it.