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“Pianist Gene Rodgers plays a straight four-bar introduction before Hawkins swoops in, soloing for three minutes without playing a single note of the tune, gliding over the chord changes with such harmonic logic that he ends up inventing bebop.”
“Many others yawn at his surface predictability; the incessant (indeed relentless) four-bar phrases, the drab orchestration and the stop-start, highly sectionalized quality -- as though one is walking down a hallway with various doors opening and closing, and different music coming from each.”
“The latter stuck mostly to Mr. Vald é s's approximation of what's known in New Orleans as "the big four," beat-wise, save for one four-bar passage of clave-based, 6/8 rhythm.”
“So my father had to write him a four-bar phrase - call a lawyer and - and if you listen to it, I will not sing it, it slides up to the correct note to come in on.”
“One night Richard Dashut assembled a twenty-second tape loop of this four-bar riff.”
“Mr. SIMPSON: "Kookaburra" is a four-bar song and over half of that song is used "Down Under," which is the test of law.”
“The two songs are chord-and-note identical, except for a four-bar bridge added by Harrison.”
“The song leads with its hook, a four-bar synth line that runs throughout the verses.”
“I pulled out my laptop to use my EVDO card to “check my web” and I saw that there was a nice four-bar signal coming from … someplace, called linksys.”
“Instead, he puts the baby down for her nap, goes out to the studio above his garage in L.A., lifts a rhythm track from the Spinners, N. W.A "or one of those CD-ROMs with 500 four-bar drum grooves" and starts to free-associate.”
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