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Misty - Various - Cool Jazz - 80 Cool Cuts On The Lighter Side Of Jazz (CD)

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  1. Yoramar
    Jazz Super Hits of the '70s & '80s is a seven-track, budget-line collection of fusion and smooth jazz cuts from those two decades. While there are a few good cuts here -- Donald Byrd's "Black Byrd," Stanley Jordan's "Lady in My Life" -- much of this collection is simply too lightweight for most jazz purists, and it doesn't convey the right smooth mood for fusion fans.
  2. Nanos
    Jan 28,  · A collection of s jazz music and s jazz fusion and s #Jazz and #JazzMusic in jazz playlist. This 80s jazz and 80s jazz music collection is .
  3. Meztilmaran
    Various A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square Various - Cool Jazz - 80 Cool Cuts On The Lighter Side Of Jazz ‎ (4xCD, Comp, Box).
  4. Najind
    Jazz and '80s, Vol. 2 features various pop hits of the '80s redone by different artists in contemporary jazz, R&B, and Latin pop styles. Included are songs by Simply Red, Madonna, a .
  5. Gardaran
    Hot vs Cool. There are two ways to play Jazz – you could either play Hot or play taibigcutuhodobilwinipurefheo.coinfo two approaches to playing Jazz have been around since the beginning of Jazz, but it was only in the ’s that playing ‘cool’ became its very own genre in itself.
  6. Kagalkis
    Jun 27,  · Jazz hits of the 80’s with best of jazz music and jazz songs 80s and 80s jazz hits playlist. This jazz hits of the 80 is compiled for your enjoyment. Featured in this jazz hits of the 80’s.
  7. Nezilkree
    Aug 30,  · Cool Jazz. The term cool jazz refers to a particular style of jazz music that became popular in the late s. This style grew out of the bebop movement, which was an exciting jazz .
  8. Mikarg
    Jazz - Jazz - Cool jazz enters the scene: Perhaps in reaction to the hot, more strident, more frenetic expressions of the postwar bands, or perhaps as a direct influence of the Thornhill-Evans approach, a cool strain entered the jazz scene in the late s. Generated by Young and furthered by such reed players as Lee Konitz and Gerry Mulligan, cool jazz, along with its structural corollary.
  9. Dimi
    Cool jazz was particularly popular among white musicians, probably because it downplayed the "African" roots of jazz. One of the founding fathers of cool jazz was a white musician: Lennie Tristano. The most eccentric sound during the war was produced by the orchestra formed in by white pianist Claude Thornhill, that in boasted four.

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