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Quaker City Jazz - Various - In The Groove (The Masters Of Swing Play Their Greatest Music)


1967
Label: Readers Digest - RDA-45,Readers Digest - RD4-45,RCA Custom - RDA-45,RCA Custom - RD4-45 • Format: 6x, Vinyl LP, Stereo Box Set Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Big Band, Swing
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When you mentioned the word Jazz to the average person, they probably think of Swing music, and for good reason. It was mostly performed by Big Bands, which were large orchestras divided into trumpets, saxophones, trombones, and a rhythm section which consisted of the drums, bass, guitar and piano.

And they played dance music. Above all else, Swing music is dance music — which means it was:. Swing is sandwiched between two huge historical events. So the Swing Era was during the Depression — and it Quaker City Jazz - Various - In The Groove (The Masters Of Swing Play Their Greatest Music) as a kind of counter-statement or rebellion against the unemployment and misery that the Depression caused.

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Swing grew out of New Orleans Jazz and the evolved into Quaker City Jazz - Various - In The Groove (The Masters Of Swing Play Their Greatest Music).

So lets quickly take a look at all three genres:. Another interesting and important development happened with Swing improvisation. The embellishments gradually became more adventurous, but they were generally always played with the melody in mind. Then, during the Swing Era, the sax player Coleman Hawkins changed the way jazz approached improvisation from melody to harmony horizontal to vertical. This approach was then further expanded upon by Bebop, which largely abandoned the original melody of the song to create brand Saves Only Slaves - Poster Simmons - WWW II (File, Album) melodies based on an established chord progression — this was known as a contrafact.

In the early years of Jazz, and up until the Swing Era, the piano Same In The End - Masterplan - Lifetime Guarantee still very much rooted in the rhythm section of the band. So generally the pianist played very rhythmically, and helped keep the beat. Some of the Piano techniques employed during the Swing Era were:.

KC Jazz is characterised by:. This also contributed to the loose and spontaneous feel of KC Jazz. KC Jazz marked the transition from the heavily structured, arranged and written out Big Band style of Swing to the more fluid and improvisation style of Bebop. Skip to content Introduction When you mentioned the word Jazz to the average person, they probably think of Swing music, and for good reason. Above all else, Swing music is dance music — which means it was: Simple; Had clear melodies; and A strong beat.

This also meant it was incredibly commercial. And because of this, Swing had a greater emphasis on written-out composition and arrangements. And, of course, it swung Swing was almost entirely commercial and part of the mass entertainment industry. It was all about showmanship — which is epitomised by people like Cab Calloway and Fats Waller.

Hot vs Sweet And there were also 2 different styles of Swing music. Vertical Improvisation Another interesting and important development happened with Swing improvisation. Swing Piano In the early years of Jazz, and up until the Swing Era, the piano was still very much rooted in the rhythm section of the band. KC Jazz is characterised by: Extended soloing Heavy swing rhythm Bluesy feel often using a 12 Bar Blues structure Songs that were based and structured around riffs As the focal point of the song; Played behind soloists; or Playing multiple riffs playing at once as a kind of call and response.


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  1. Exam #2. -In the mids, he formed a big band which played primarily bebop. It was the first Big Band to ever play bebop. -In the late s and early 50s, he invented Afro-Cuban Jazz which combined African, Caribbean, and Latin rhythms in Jazz. -He is known as one of .
  2. Apr 17,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Box Set release of In The Groove With The Kings Of Swing on Discogs/5(22).
  3. When you mentioned the word Jazz to the average person, they probably think of Swing music, and for good reason. Swing was hugely popular – in fact, it was the pop music of the ’s. It was mostly performed by Big Bands, which were large orchestras divided into trumpets, saxophones, trombones, and a rhythm section (which consisted of the.
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  5. Oct 23,  · The Bill Black Combo created musical history in when they became the opening act for the Beatles on their historical city tour of America after their appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show. Sadly Bill himself was not well enough to make the tour (he .
  6. Quaker City Jazz Bass – Howard Cook Drums – George White Piano – Irv Leshner Saxophone In The Groove (The Masters Of Swing Play Their Greatest Music) Various: In The Groove With The Kings Of Swing.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of In The Groove - Les Rois Du Jazz on Discogs.4/4(3).
  8. Apr 17,  · referencing In The Groove With The Kings Of Swing, Box, Comp + 6xLP, RD Should change all 'Price' & 'C. Q. Price' credits to Charles Price using NAV to clean it up. I would do it, but there is a master release and something strange happens when editing4/5(46).
  9. Apr 04,  · Jan Savitt and his Top Hatters Orchestra playing "Quaker City Jazz" with pictures of the "Quaker City" to go along. I do not own the rights to this. I am just a fan and a Philadelphian.

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