American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A style of music developed by African Americans that combines blues and jazz, characterized by a strong backbeat and repeated variations on syncopated instrumental phrases.
- n. a style of music combining elements of jazz and blues having syncopated rhythms and a strong backbeat; it was developed by African Americans in the late 1940s
- n. a combination of blues and jazz that was developed in the United States by Black musicians; an important precursor of rock 'n' roll
“The rendition of his new composition, “Jolie Blon’s Bounce,” was the best Acadian rhythm and blues I had ever heard.”
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