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  Blues guitar lessons
Jump Blues - Jump Blues is presented as a methodology covering theory, comping, accompanist riffs, horn lines arranged for guitar, and several approaches for soloing drilling down on many approaches for opening up the neck for the scales, arps and riffs that are employed in swing and Jump Blues guitar.
Blues video lessons are supported with a compliment of lesson assets including tab, notation, charts, text overviews and practice rhythm tracks.
Individual blues guitar lessons can be downloaded and CD compilations feature collections of blues guitar lessons.
truefire.com /lessons/bluesguitarlessons.html   (441 words)

  
  Blues - MSN Encarta
Blues directly or indirectly influenced the vast majority of popular music during the 20th century, including jazz, rock, rhythm and blues (R&B), and gospel.
Blues artists often attempt to imitate instrumental sounds with their voice and to replicate aspects of the human voice with their instruments.
Blues drummers usually mark beats one and three with the bass drum, while beats two and four are accented by the snare drum.
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761561248/Blues.html   (871 words)

  
 The Blues . Blues Classroom . Glossary | PBS
In the blues, the call and response structure may have derived in part from work and gospel songs, and is particularly prominent in Delta blues and styles arising from it, in which the solo performer often uses his guitar to respond to, and sometimes even complete, his vocal line.
The Delta blues style comes from a region in the southern part of Mississippi, a place romantically referred to as "the land where the blues was born." In its earliest form, the style became the first fl guitar-dominated music to make it onto phonograph records back in the late 1920s.
In jazz and blues, for example, familiar forms may be utilized throughout a song, but the singer may alter the lyrics to better suit their mood, and the instrumentalists may take solos of a length and direction that is entirely determined by them.
www.pbs.org /theblues/classroom/glossary.html   (4172 words)

  
 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The jump blues first appeared in the late 1930s, and was enormously popular in the Forties and early Fifties through artists such as Louis Jordan, Big Joe Turner and Wynonie Harris, who were among the first fl artists to achieve significant commercial and chart success outside the confines of the segregated "race" (R&B) market.
Jump blues was the bridge between the older styles of blues — primarily those in a small band context — and the big band jazz sound of the 1940s.
Jump blues was an early manifestation of what became the classic rock and roll style of the mid-Fifties.
www.goupstate.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=jump_blues   (311 words)

  
 Jump blues   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The jump blues is a type of blues music, characterized by a jazzy, saxophone (or other horn instruments) sound, driving rhythms and shouted vocals.
The jump blues first appeared in the early 1940s, becoming popular in the latter part of the decade.
Jump blues was an early manifestation of what became rock and roll.
www.xasa.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/j/ju/jump_blues.html   (93 words)

  
 Rhythm-and-Blues Music - MSN Encarta
Despite vast differences between genres, such as rap and jump blues, there are common musical and social elements that link the many styles of R&B. The approach to musical rhythm is the most important distinguishing characteristic of R&B music and its substyles.
Timbre is another important distinguishing characteristic of R&B. Timbre refers to the quality or color of a sound—for example, a listener may tell a saxophone and a guitar apart, or distinguish one vocalist from another, by the differences in their timbre.
Rhythm and blues originated from the sociological, industrial, and technological changes that took place in the United States just prior to and during World War II (1939-1945).
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761557760/Rhythm-and-Blues_Music.html   (1018 words)

  
 Jazz History - The Blues   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Blues, passed down from generation to generation through an "oral" tradition, originally acted as a functional music offering African-Americans a vehicle to convey their daily experiences.
Early forms of the blues include the "field holler," which allowed laborers in the fields to keep in contact with each other, while the "ring shout" was used for dancing.
Another Smith — Bessie — (not related) was proclaimed the "Empress of the Blues" based on the prowess of her first recordings in 1923, which contributed some of the lasting masterpieces of the first blues craze.
www.vervemusicgroup.com /history.aspx?hid=9   (413 words)

  
 Jump Blues History
Jump Blues has it's roots deeply embedded in the history of Afro-American Blues traditions.
Between the 1930's and 40's the blues style was transferred from the rural population to urban dwellers, through the migration of working folk from the surrounding countryside to the cities in the Mississippi River Delta region.
JUMP had it all - it was (and is) able to blend many different musical styles, colors and textures.
www.stuve.com /history.htm   (722 words)

  
 The Blues Jumpers
The Blues Jumpers, who have received glowing reviews nationwide, are now elevating their level of success by collaborating with critically acclaimed singer songwriter Haywood Gregory.
The Blues Jumpers gained national attention in 1997 with the release of their debut CD Wheels Start Turning (Ridge Recordings) and the 1998 release Swingin' Holiday (National).
It was this song that helped land the Blues Jumpers on national television shows including the Today Show in NY and helped garner their music exposure on various major network sitcoms and major label compilations.
www.bluesjumpers.com /news.cfm   (701 words)

  
 VIBE.com: Music Search
Jump Blues refers to an uptempo, jazz-tinged style of blues that first came to prominence in the mid- to late '40s.
Usually featuring a vocalist in front of a large, horn-driven orchestra or medium sized combo with multiple horns, the style is earmarked by a driving rhythm, intensely shouted vocals, and honking tenor saxophone solos -- all of those very elements a precursor to rock & roll.
With less reliance on guitar work (the instrument usually being confined to rhythm section status) than other styles, jump blues was the bridge between the older styles of blues -- primarily those in a small band context -- and the big band jazz sound of the 1940s.
www.vibe.com /music/search/desc.html?id=RCAgIDQwNQ==   (173 words)

  
 Cordon Blues
Cordon Blues is a tight, exciting Rhythm and Blues band that plays contemporary Blues, from Jump Blues band Little Charlie and the Night Cats, Johnny Lang, to classic T-Bone Walker, Muddy Waters, Roscoe Gordon and James Cotton.
Cordon Blues' show is consistent with any good rockin' Blues band and their versatile and extensive repertoire is guaranteed to provide lots of fun for those who want to kick off their shoes and dance up a storm.
Cordon Blues is known to take classic blues songs, and add a new twist to the arrangements, giving new life to an old song.
www.cordonblues.com   (130 words)

  
 jump blues
Barr, Rico and The Jump 'n' Jive Review - News, biographies, sound files, and calendar for the six piece swing and jump blues band.
Jump 'n' Jive - UK-based workshops in airsteps, jive, swing, and blues.
Jump Blues continues today with bands like MoPac and The Blue Suburbans, and Mitch Woods and His Rocket 88s.
www.bestmp3links.com /musicstyles/jump-blues.php   (202 words)

  
 Dennis Gruenling
Playing diatonic and chromatic harmonicas, you can hear his blues, swing and traditional jazz influences, which come together to form a sound that is leading a new direction for the instrument in all roots music.
Each member of Jump Time is respected in their own field, and Dennis is not afraid to let them all shine during the course of any Jump Time performance, incuding new guitarist Dave Gross, and talented vocalist Gina Fox.
Jump Time has played on stages from The Chicago Blues Festival to The Jazz Company in Disney World, to Six Flags Great Adventure, to BB Kings in NYC.
www.dennisgruenling.com /jumptime.htm   (251 words)

  
 Blues Foundation :: East Coast Blues
Musically, Piedmont Blues describes the shared style of musicians from Georgia, the Carolinas, and Virginia as well as others from as far afield as Florida, West Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware.
Jump Blues is an uptempo, jazz-tinged style of blues that first came to prominence in the mid to late 1940s.
With less reliance on guitar work (the instrument usually being confined to rhythm section status) than other styles, jump blues was the bridge between the older styles of blues-primarily those in a small band context-and the big band jazz sound of the 1940s.
www.blues.org /blues/background/eastcoast.php4   (264 words)

  
 12 Bar Blues Chords
The distinctive sound of blues chords is often created by the flattening of various notes (mainly the 3rd, 5th and 7th).
Blues musicians tend to use phrases and patterns rather than scale runs, though jazz variations of blues can be based on a 12 bar blues structure and can include jazz and blues style patterns alongside each other.
The secret of convincing use of the blues scale is to add a major 3rd (ex 12h) or combine it with a scale which is commonly used in rhythm and blues, swing or jump music.
www.petethomas.co.uk /12-bar-blues-chords.html   (1095 words)

  
 DWM Blues
All fans of blues and boogie will find much to enjoy on this Geographic release.
Extremely tasty and tasteful New Orleans blues and R & B. This one is well produced and has plenty of gritty soul.
Raw and funky, this CD verifies that electric blues and classic R & B are alive and well.
www.dwmmusic.com /Blues/P.asp   (138 words)

  
 Rhythm and Blues
Blues shouters developed their raucous style in order to be heard above the big bands of the'30s and '40s.
With the ending of the Swing Era the big bands broke into smaller units, jazz and blues going their separate ways to bebop units and dance house RandB "jump blues" bands that played music with a big dance beat and broad appeal.
The jump bands began as smaller versions of the swing bands, consisting of a rhythm section and a couple horns that played hard driving riffs and solos over blues progressions, and a boogie derived bass and beat.The overall rhythm accented the backbeats.
www.history-of-rock.com /rhythm_and_blues.htm   (438 words)

  
 Jump Blues Artists
Jump Blues developed in the late '30s among the swing bands of Count Basie, Cab Calloway, Erskine Hawkins, Lionel Hampton, and Lucky Millinder.
The prime purveyor of jump blues and its most successful practitioner, Louis Jordan enjoyed enormous success, both in the RandB and pop fields, between 1942 and 1951.
By the second half of the '40s, jump blues had become the dominant form of fl popular music.
www.history-of-rock.com /jump_artists.htm   (581 words)

  
 Bad Dog Blues Radio
Brown was deeply influenced by jump blues pioneer Louis Jordan, blues shouters Roy Brown and Wynonie Harris, and groundbreaking RandB groups like The Dominoes, The "5" Royales and Hank Ballard and The Midnighters.
Brown recorded less blues during this period although the J.B.'s were able to deliver a potent, loose, funky brand of blues.
The blues were a a key component of Brown's music from those early recordings and even through the mid-70's when he was blasting out his most adventuress funk.
www.baddogblues.com /essential.htm   (1938 words)

  
 YEAR OF THE BLUES 2003
Ask several people to define what makes a blues song a blues song and their answers are bound to vary — for some it’s the chord progressions, for others the instruments the musicians use or what they sing about, for still others a certain "feeling" to the music they can’t describe.
In this spirit, Year of the Blues proudly presents these "Blues Riff" lessons intended to help you find your own definition of the blues by learning to play them.
Although the lessons are guitar-based, the concepts they present can be applied to any instrument, from banjos and violins to amplified harmonicas and electric pianos, all of which have been used to play the blues.
www.yearoftheblues.org /riff.asp?sponsor=fender&lesson=12   (227 words)

  
 Jump Blues Music Artists - AOL Music
Browse Jump Blues Music Artists Beginning with A
Jump To: # A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Browse Jump Blues Music Artists on AOL Music beginning with the letter A. © 2007 AOL LLC.
music.aol.com /artists/jump-blues   (54 words)

  
 Al Copley CD Review
Pianist Al Copley is one of the co-founders of the legendary jump band, Roomful of Blues, and has recorded with such recent notables as the Fabulous Thunderbirds, Duke Robillard, Greg Piccolo and Lou Rawls, along with classic artists Big joe Turner and Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson.
(drums), Jump On It is a full tilt boogie ride of party time jump blues that exemplifies Copley's considerable talents as a piano player and demonstrates the vocal skills that never got a chance when he was a member of Roomful of Blues.
The songs on Jump On It, are filled with the standard musical themes of new love, lost love, forever love and tortured love, with a dose of party, party, party.
www.mnblues.com /cdreview/2004/alcopley-jump-dp.html   (654 words)

  
 Jump Blues   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Jump blues evolved out of swing in the years of World War II and its aftermath, as a precursor to rhythm and blues and rock and roll.
The Stones were not influenced directly by McShann or other jump blues artists, but covered his classic Confessin' the Blues by way of Chuck Berry's cover of the song.
Texas-born Amos Milburn was a boogie-woogie pianist who had a successful career in jump blues, piano blues and in generally pioneering RandB in the 1940s and early 1950s, despite his ill health.
www.timeisonourside.com /STJump.html   (313 words)

  
 The Rhythm and Blues Music Primer - The R&B History File 2
Rhythm and Blues is perhaps most commonly understood as the term used to describe the sophisticated urban music that grew out of the urbanisation of the blues which began in the 1930s.
Some of the greatest "jump blues" came from T-Bone Walker, with his unique and higly influential guitar work very clearly to the fore.
The early centre of recorded rhythm and blues tended to be Los Angeles, usually via a series of small independents such as Modern, RPM and Specialty.
www.rhythmandtheblues.org.uk /pdhist2.shtml   (783 words)

  
 Jump/Piano Blues Downloads - Download Jump/Piano Blues Music - Download Jump/Piano Blues MP3s
Jump Blues refers to an uptempo, jazz-tinged style of blues that first came to prominence in the mid- to late '40s.
Piano Blues runs through the entire history of the music itself, embracing everything from ragtime, barrelhouse, boogie woogie, and smooth West Coast jazz stylings to the hard-rocking rhythms of Chicago blues.
As in-the-pocket drummer of his own jump blues combo, the Solid Senders, Roy Milton was in a perfect position to drive his outfit just as hard or soft as he so desired.
www.mp3.com /jump-piano-blues/genre/693/subgenre.html   (3273 words)

  
 CD Baby: JUMP JONES: Snake Oil Remedies for the Modern Condition
This debut release from San Diego California artist Jump Jones is the perfect mix of Jump Blues, Jazz, Swing and Early Rock and Roll.
Jump Jones has mastered this art form, because they know who they are and they know what they play.
More than a cover band, Jump Jones is raucous, hardcore jump blues standards with a well-thought out approach to material that spans classic rock n' roll, swing, and jazz.
www.cdbaby.com /cd/jumpjones   (633 words)

  
 Listen to Bad Dog Blues
If the music on the "Deacon John's Jump Blues" is any indication the film has to be a killer and I would have loved to have seen the live performance that brought the entire project together on stage at the Orpheum Theatre in 2002.
As it is this disc amply proves that the blues are alive and well in Mississippi although as the title suggests the number of authentic jukes like the Subway are fast dwindling.
The annals of blues are littered with small labels and colorful characters who through sheer personality or luck have made important contributions to the blues.
www.baddogblues.com /archives/8.03/reviews.htm   (2862 words)

  
 Blues - Free Music Downloads - MP3 Downloads - Download.com Music
"Sippiana Hericane," a new four-song EP from legendary blues pianoman Dr. John, tackles the subject with the good doctor's characteristic mix of soulful sorrow and resilient spirit.
Since rock borrowed just a tad from the blues, it's only fitting that this blues set swipe what it wishes from our rock category.
Taking time out for a pure blues set is a great way to re-hear everyone from Zep to today's most radical indie-rock acts.
music.download.com /2001-7976_32-0.html?   (459 words)

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