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  1. Tojam Reply

    Yes, this album was a statement about race in modern America, highlighted as such on tracks like “Don’t Touch My Hair” and “F.U.B.U.” Yes, this album reveled in the fond memories of lessons from the past (hello, Master P) while also looking forward to a world with greater musical possibilities (hello, “Don’t Wish Me Well”).

  2. Dairn Reply

    Study 52 Jazz Exam2 flashcards from Emily M. on StudyBlue. coltrane adhered to the overall harmonic orientation of certain modes (scale containing a predetermined selection of notes), but he also employed notes outside the mode.

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    • Parker could not be listed on the original program notes or album cover for contractual reasons, so he was billed as "Charlie Chan" (an allusion to the fictional detective and to Parker's wife Chan) • It was the only time that the five recorded together as a unit, and it was the last recorded meeting of Parker and Gillespie.

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    Nov 19,  · Jazz originated in New Orleans in the United States in the 19th century. The music is unique and difficult to replicate since the music is based on improvisation.

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