Updated: Jun 27, 2020
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.
Here you can find the file (mgu file) for the tune. Remember, the file wants to play a Jazzstylezz style. If you don't have styles from Jazzstylezz, you can use another style that you like.