The Return Of Jazz

Author: Andrew Wright Hurley
Publisher: Berghahn Books
ISBN: 0857451626
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This book explores the significance of some of Berendt's most important writings and record productions.

Jazz Kats Return

Author: Michelle Y. Glennon
Publisher: GDG Publishing
ISBN: 9780978754945
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Occupants of the Ol' Third Ward Wharf thought the jazz musicians were gone for good, that is, until the mystery is solved one foggy night on the river.

Jazz The First 100 Years Enhanced Media Edition

Author: Henry Martin
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1305545036
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For many of the younger players of the eighties, this return to traditionalism meant
a reconnection to the roots of jazz, roots sometimes neglected by the fusion
players of the seventies. For some, such as Wynton Marsalis, this traditional
stance became ideological: Marsalis has positioned himself as a forceful,
influential, and articulate spokesperson in support of the traditional aesthetic.
Traditional values remain extremely popular in the twenty-first century. As with
other jazz styles since ...

Acid Jazz

Publisher: PediaPress
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They featured vocalists such as Rose Windross of Soul II Soul, Alison Limerick
and Noel McKoy. McKoy became a permanent member of the band for part of this
period. The single ”Love The Life” reached the Top 40 and the accompanying
album Supernatural Feeling reached the top 30 in the UK charts. The next album
In The Hand of The Inevitable saw a return to the Acid Jazz label where it
remains the label's biggest selling album. The return to funk roots Since then the
James ...

Jazz In Search Of Itself

Author: Larry Kart
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 9780300128192
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Most of these pieces revolve around the advent in 1980 of trumpeter/composer
Wynton Marsalis and the several sorts of jazz neo- conservatism or revivalism
that he and his associates began to propose—first a return to a kind of
classicized version of the Miles Davis Quintet of the mid-1960s, then a series of
visits to chosen styles of the jazz past (New Orleans polyphony, thirties and
forties Ellington, etc.). Such impulses have surfaced in jazz before, at least as far
back as the late 1930s ...

The Penguin Jazz Guide

Author: Brian Morton
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0141959002
Size: 72.23 MB
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Jazz underwent a certain renaissance in the '80s. The scorchedearth ... As often
in such circumstances, jazz was available as a ready-made product, and the
early '80s saw what was billed as a jazz boom. In the US, it was ... With Dr
Stanley Crouch at his shoulder – not since Clement Greenberg had steered
Jackson Pollock's painting hand was there such a close relationship between an
American artist and his ideologue – Marsalis preached a return to the purity of
early jazz, rejecting ...

Musical Gumbo

Author: Grace Lichtenstein
Publisher: W W Norton & Company Incorporated
ISBN: 9780393034684
Size: 47.57 MB
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A guide to the music and musicians of New Orleans profiles such legends as Louis Armstrong and Jelly Roll Morton, as well as modern performers such as the Marsalis family

A Night In Tunisia

Author: Norman C. Weinstein
Publisher: Scarecrow Pr
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In this ground-breaking study, poet and critic Norman Weinstein reveals a long-neglected thread running throughout jazz history, spotlighting Africa-inspired recordings of 13 major musicians.

We Return Fighting

Author: Mark Robert Schneider
Publisher: UPNE
ISBN: 9781555534905
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Enhanced with illustrations, this book provides a look a the many people and diverse organizations that played a role in the battle for civil rights for African Americans during the 1950s and 1960s.

A Life In Jazz

Author: Danny Barker
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1349099368
Size: 56.30 MB
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In this book he discusses his life in music, from the children's 'spasm' bands of the seventh ward of New Orleans, through the experience of brass bands and jazz funerals involving his grandfather, Isidore Barbarin, to his early days on the ...