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  • By 1954, when it was apparent that more East German youths than ever were sporting American styles, listening to jazz, and dancing the “boogie woogie,” leaders of the GDR were forced to soften their positions against American popular culture.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • I think I first found it in a piano book that belonged to my sister that was sort of an anthology of blues, boogie-woogie and stride piano.

    Vijay Iyer: Self-Taught Jazz Pianist Goes 'Solo'

  • The concert, and a second instalment held on Christmas Eve the following year, were representative of his inclusive taste, featuring the country blues performers Big Bill Broonzy and Sonny Terry, the "blues shouter" Big Joe Turner, the gospel singing of the Golden Gate Quartet and the boogie woogie pianists Meade Lux Lewis and Albert Ammons alongside the bands of Count Basie and Benny Goodman and many others.

    Jazz gets a history

  • He foregrounded the boogie woogie piano, turned up the bass and simplified Humphrey Lyttleton's trumpet solo.

    Humphrey Lyttelton's Bad Penny Blues

  • She returned to her “woogie room” and carried out a thatch broom on a birch staff.

    Arcane Circle

  • I think I first found it in a piano book that belonged to my sister that was sort of an anthology of blues, boogie-woogie and stride piano.

    Vijay Iyer: Self-Taught Jazz Pianist Goes 'Solo'

  • She returned to her “woogie room” and carried out a thatch broom on a birch staff.

    Arcane Circle

  • The concert, and a second instalment held on Christmas Eve the following year, were representative of his inclusive taste, featuring the country blues performers Big Bill Broonzy and Sonny Terry, the "blues shouter" Big Joe Turner, the gospel singing of the Golden Gate Quartet and the boogie woogie pianists Meade Lux Lewis and Albert Ammons alongside the bands of Count Basie and Benny Goodman and many others.

    Jazz gets a history

  • I think I first found it in a piano book that belonged to my sister that was sort of an anthology of blues, boogie-woogie and stride piano.

    Vijay Iyer: Self-Taught Jazz Pianist Goes 'Solo'

  • He foregrounded the boogie woogie piano, turned up the bass and simplified Humphrey Lyttleton's trumpet solo.

    Humphrey Lyttelton's Bad Penny Blues

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