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All Blues - Various - The Art Of Jazz,1959 Jazzs Greatest Year (CD)

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  4. His album Liturgical Jazz () Various instrumentalists directed by Ed Summerlin, Eeelesia, 33 rpm, these harmonies form the basis on which all blues songs are derived Several gospel artists have made significant contributions to the secular jazz world. Two excellent examples of this are Mahalia Jackson and Rosetta Tharp.
  5. Artist: Art Blakey | Release Year: Personnel: Art Blakey (drums), Lee Morgan (trumpet), Benny Golson (tenor saxophone), Bobby Timmons (piano), Jymie Merritt (bass) Start With: Blues March Why You Need This Album: Gospel, blues, hard bop, and swing congeal in this masterpiece of an album, and at its core is the relentless propulsion machine.
  6. Tojagrel | 08.08.2019 at 08:49 | Reply
    The rich art of Jazz: classic and modern, vocal and instrumental. Queens of Vocal Jazz. Billie, Ella, Nina, Sarah, Lena, Dinah, and more jazz royalty! This Is Jazz: We look back six decades to what is arguably the greatest single year in recorded Jazz. Top 50 Jazz Albums of All Time.
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  8. Apr 03,  · In four major jazz albums were made that changed music forever these where Miles Davis – Kind of Blue, Dave Brubeck – Time Out, Charles Mingus – Mingus Ah Um and Ornette Comeman’s album entitled The Shape of Jazz to Come.
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