here's a 2 second sample. the guy plays 4 chords, and i'd like to know if someone could identify what he's playing for me.  
i'm particularly interested in 4th chord.

https://ludetc.homeunix.org/ok/4chords.mp3

i hear a d alright. but beyond that, maybe a bb?

thanks--
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his left hand plays the same 4 note rootless bb7 rootless voicing four times.  
the left hand bb7 voicing is played in unison with a blues lick in the right hand:
e eb bb d (there is a d# grace note slurred into the e and a c# grace note slurred into the last note d)
spelling the left hand voicing from the bottom up:

g
d
c
ab
i kinda hear a descending m2 between the 3rd and 4th chord.  
could the lh be  
ab c d gb  
on the 4th chord?
or even  
ab d d gb ?

thanks!
correction, read:  
--
or even  
ab b d gb
--
correction, i think the left hand is playing a repeated 3 note voicing, not a 4 note voicing:

g
d
ab
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