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“My Dad was a huge big band and jazz fan, and we both sort of enjoyed be-bop, but man, it required so much skill to play it.”
“An unabashed romantic in a guild that, like the butcher's union, isn't supposed to sample the marbled inventory that it handles on the job, Dameron tried to marry the sentimental products of Tin Pan Alley with the hard-edged experiments of be-bop.”
“He was sort of my entryway into figuring out the basics of blues, be-bop, and jazz piano playing.”
“If you listen to my music from way back in the beginning, there are really strong elements of r&b, latin, jazz, be-bop, and even hip-hop.”
“And we went in there, and I had my red jacket on, you know, and my black pants, and I started to sing (Singing) baby, let me be-bop, do-wa-dawa.”
“She had a prolific career as a composer, arranger and nimble player of blues, boogie-woogie, swing and be-bop.”
“FRANCESC DE PAULA SOLER GUITAR RECITAL, the Spanish artist performs a repertoire from Spain and Latin America, and jazz, swing, be-bop and blues. 1: 15 p.m.,”
“When singing or scatting, Spalding often reveled in the tricky intervals associated with be-bop, but her phrasing was more syncopated and spirited, sometimes bringing to mind the likes of Al Jarreau and Flora Purim.”
“The musical, written and directed by Tom Mallan, tells the story of a group of friends making their way through post-Depression America and exploring the music of the era, everything from be-bop to the early sounds of rock-and roll.”
“We start with pianist Robert Glasper (Aug. 4), who has played hip-hop with Mos Def and be-bop at the Village Vanguard, and whose music here should be a scintillating combination of both styles.”
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by Rickie Lee Jones.
Downstairs at Danny's all-star joint
They got a jukebox that goes doyt-doyt
The vice is nice, he stays in the back all day
But when the nighttime...
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