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  1. Bralkis says:
    South African jazz is a pertinent reminder of the intrinsic link between music and the dismantling of oppression. This Rough Guide celebrates the legacy of many of the great players and showcases the wealth of burgeoning jazz talent emerging from the Rainbow Nation. Encompassing the marabi, kwela and jive styles of mid.
  2. Grolkree says:
    to move away from the idea of using twelve bars to play the blues. The twelve bar progression is the backbone of the blues and it is the basis off thousands of bluessongs. So it’s quite common, but this doesn’t mean it should be boring at all. Let’s take a look into some of the ways to put some variation into this twelve bar progression.
  3. Nakazahn says:
    A Triple CD Collection Traces the History of the Blues from Its Acoustic Roots in Rural Mississippi on Cd1, on to Its Electrification and Urbanisation in Chicago and Other American Cities During the s on Cd2 and Brings the Story Up to Date on Cd3 by Paying Tribute to Those who have Keep the Spirit and Tradition of the Blues Alive in a Modern World that Would Be Barely Recognizable to the Descendents of Slaves 5/5(4).
  4. Kazrajora says:
    Album: 1 — The Charly Blues Masterworks Sampler 2: Various Artists: Album + Compilation: 1: 3: Charly Blues Masterworks, Volume 3: Hard Working Man: Jimmy Rogers: Album + Compilation: 1: 4 — Charly Blues Masterworks, Volume 4: Life in the Jungle: John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers: Album + Compilation: 1: 5: Charly Blues.
  5. Faukora says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Beginner's Guide to Blues Music - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  6. Faejind says:
    As long as American music survives, so will the blues.” From hip hop to rock and roll, many of today’s contemporary music genres can be traced back to the blues. They are genres and subgenres born in a period of rebelliousness and strife, and all contain some element of the blues.
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  9. Zulkigar says:
    The Queen of Chicago Blues’ second album was her first for Chess Records, and features her signature song “Wang Dang Doodle.” That hit single was written by Willie Dixon, who also produced the record and played bass on several tracks alongside such session guitarists as Buddy Guy and Matt “Guitar” Murphy.

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