Boogie Chillin chv4M1Dl6KZVZs Kenny G Forever In Love

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“Boogie Chillin’” (2009) ch?v=4M1Dl6KZVZs Kenny G “Forever In Love” (1992) =XHFWqk08tNY J a z z J a z z Jazz Jazz Jazz Jazz Jazz Jazz Jazz Jazz Jazz remained hugely popular all the way into the 1950s. To a lesser extent, it is still a beloved genre today with countless subgenres. Some other star jazz musicians since the 1950s include: 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 Steve Coleman “Respiratory Flow” (2013) ?v=xOWDIIDPwnQ
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--- H i s t o r y of A m e r i c a n Music --- Artist Spotlight: Billie Holiday J a z z J a z z Jazz Jazz Jazz Jazz Jazz Jazz Jazz Jazz Nicknamed “Lady Day”, Billie Holiday was strongly influenced by Louis Armstrong and Bessie Smith, who she heard on albums as a young girl. Holiday was known for her powerful voice and strong influence on the development of the phrasing and tempo of jazz music. Her biggest hit was Strange Fruit, and Holiday enjoyed enormous commercial success into the 1940s.
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--- H i s t o r y of A m e r i c a n Music --- Artist Spotlight: Louis Armstrong J a z z J a z z Jazz Jazz Jazz Jazz Jazz Jazz Jazz Jazz Nicknamed “Satchmo” or “Pops”, Louis Armstrong is arguably the most famous name in jazz. Though from New Orleans, he was associated with the broader cultural rebirth called the Harlem Renaissance. Talented on the trumpet and cornet, Armstrong also had recognizable stage presence, vocals and scat singing to add to he repertoire. It was said that he was the first black entertainer to be known more for his music than his skin color.
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