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Like Coltrane, Albert Ayler also uses a disguised implementation of the call-and-response mechanism, which he achieves, instead, through his unique method of dynamic differentiation. Put simply, soul jazz is instrumental RnB or blues with a swing or funk beat topped with virtuoso jazz solos. Eastmond on his last release SOUL APPEAL. Johnson 's development of stride piano playing, in which the right hand plays the melody, while the left hand provides the rhythm and bassline.  In Ohio and elsewhere in the midwest the major influence was ragtime, until about 1919.
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They were quite successful in making their brand of jazz more accessible to the average consumer. Do some research and find out about your favorite genre. By the late 1970s he was recording prolifically with various kinds of ensembles. These artists generally consider themselves part of both genres. Works for: ROCK, POP, R&B & CCM A New Orleans R&B/Rock 'n' Roll rhythm that reminds me of the song Rockin' Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu by Huey "Piano" Smith (covered by Johnny Rivers) and I Feel Lucky (Mary Chapin Carpenter.
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At that time [1917–18] I wouldn’t have known what they meant by improvisation. More advanced voicings; substitutions; comping patterns. Works for: JAZZ, POP & CARIBBEAN I spent 3 years entertaining on Cruise Ships in the Caribbean and fell in love with all the different kinds of Island music there. Although differences of opinion exist concerning the origin of punta rock, Belizeans identify Pen Cayetano, a self-taught artist and musician, as the creator of the genre. It spawned legends such as Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, and Thelonious Monk.