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a lovely smooth jazz artist is Florence K. her album "bossa blue" is in english and french. I love her song "you won't believe me" the whole album is just so easy to listen to.

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Hi Every One and particulary Michele.

I have just graduated and been called the Jazz & Blues Editor for BellaOnline. I am Tamm E Hunt, a jazz & blues singer/recording artist and journalist/actor, educator and Jazz & Blues historian and I will be writing weekly articles on the subject of Jazz & Blues for BellaOnline.

One of the articles will be on Building a Jazz Library.

The suggestions made by Jazzy Geri and Megan Board Games are great as well as all the others. However, when one builds a library of Jazz it is built around taste and history. When you collect Jazz music or any genre of music, like art you should collect that which resonates with your soul. You will know it when you hear it.

Jazz is an off shoot of the Blues and Blues is sporn of the field hollars call and response and the cries of the Negro Spirituals that came from the pain and frustration of the captive which bought about the Gospel which only arrived out of jubilation thus came the Blues and then came Jazz.

Keep in mind Jazz has gone through many evolutions and under the banner called Jazz comes many styles; from liturgical to avant garde.

Think Duke Ellington, Ella Fitgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Carmen McCrae, Freddie Hubbard, Gary Bartz, Buster Williams, Wayne Shorter, Elmo Hope, Bud Powell,Tamm E Hunt, CannonBall Adderley, Larry Willis, Lester Young, Charlie Parker, Joe Williams, Ornette Coleman, Shirley Horne, Herbie Hancock, Diane Krall, Eric Reed, Mary Stallings, Vanessa Rubin, Carmen Lundy...


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Thelonious Monk, TS Monk,Jr, Nneena Freelon, Kevin Mahogany, Diane Reeves, Ron Carter, Javon Jackson, Wallace Roney, Geri Allen, Nina Simone, Billie Holiday, Dinah Washington, Dakota Staton, McCoy Tyner, Jaron Eames, James Blood Ulmer, Lafayette Gilchrist, Count Basie Orchestra, Cab Callaway Orchestra, Lionel Hampton Orchestra, Oscar Brown, Jr.

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Hi Every One and particulary Michele.

I have just graduated and been called the Jazz & Blues Editor for BellaOnline. I am Tamm E Hunt, a jazz & blues singer/recording artist and journalist/actor, educator and Jazz & Blues historian and I will be writing weekly articles on the subject of Jazz & Blues for BellaOnline.

One of the articles will be on Building a Jazz Library.

The suggestions made by Jazzy Geri and Megan Board Games are great as well as all the others. However, when one builds a library of Jazz it is built around taste and history. When you collect Jazz music or any genre of music, like art you should collect that which resonates with your soul. You will know it when you hear it.

Jazz is an off shoot of the Blues and Blues is sporn of the field hollars call and response and the cries of the Negro Spirituals that came from the pain and frustration of the captive which bought about the Gospel which only arrived out of jubilation thus came the Blues and then came Jazz.

Keep in mind Jazz has gone through many evolutions and under the banner called Jazz comes many styles; from liturgical to avant garde.

Think Duke Ellington, Ella Fitgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Carmen McCrae, Freddie Hubbard, Gary Bartz, Buster Williams, Wayne Shorter, Elmo Hope, Bud Powell,Tamm E Hunt, CannonBall Adderley, Larry Willis, Lester Young, Charlie Parker, Joe Williams, Ornette Coleman, Shirley Horne, Herbie Hancock, Diane Krall, Eric Reed, Mary Stallings, Vanessa Rubin, Carmen Lundy...

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Hi Every One and particulary Michele.

I have just graduated and been called the Jazz & Blues Editor for BellaOnline. I am Tamm E Hunt, a jazz & blues singer/recording artist and journalist/actor, educator and Jazz & Blues historian and I will be writing weekly articles on the subject of Jazz & Blues for BellaOnline.

One of the articles will be on Building a Jazz Library.

The suggestions made by Jazzy Geri and Megan Board Games are great as well as all the others. However, when one builds a library of Jazz it is built around taste and history. When you collect Jazz music or any genre of music, like art you should collect that which resonates with your soul. You will know it when you hear it.

Jazz is an off shoot of the Blues and Blues is sporn of the field hollars call and response and the cries of the Negro Spirituals that came from the pain and frustration of the captive which bought about the Gospel which only arrived out of jubilation thus came the Blues and then came Jazz.

Keep in mind Jazz has gone through many evolutions and under the banner called Jazz comes many styles; from liturgical to avant garde.

Think Duke Ellington, Ella Fitgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Carmen McCrae, Freddie Hubbard, Gary Bartz, Buster Williams, Wayne Shorter, Elmo Hope, Bud Powell,Tamm E Hunt, CannonBall Adderley, Larry Willis, Lester Young, Charlie Parker, Joe Williams, Ornette Coleman, Shirley Horne, Herbie Hancock, Diane Krall, Eric Reed, Mary Stallings, Vanessa Rubin, Carmen Lundy...

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first time hear about jazz ,can someone tell me what is it ?

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I am surprised no one has recommended Max Roach as an important and influential artist.

Here's some cool music - Lambert, Hendricks and Ross.

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Charlie Parker ~~~ [url=http://www.luxury-heaven.com/] Luxury Heaven [/url]

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I hate jazz. The restaurant where I ate tonight was playing jazz. It felt like someone was sticking an ice pick in my brain.

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