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  Soul jazz - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Soul jazz was a development of hard bop which incorporated strong blues and gospel influences in music for small groups featuring keyboards, especially the Hammond organ.
Soul jazz was developed in the late 1950s, and was perhaps most popular in the early 1970s, though many soul jazz performers, and elements of the music, remain popular.
Soul music is only distantly related to soul jazz – it arose from gospel and blues rather than from jazz sources.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Soul_jazz   (284 words)

 Acid jazz - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Acid jazz (also known as groove jazz or more recently club jazz) is a musical genre that combines jazz influences with elements of soul music, funk, disco and also nineties english dance music, particularly repetitive beats and modal harmony.
His incredible knowledge of everything from northern soul to funk, jazz dance to all things latin allied with his inspired live conga playing soon got him noticed however and he eventually signed for Acid Jazz in 1989 staying with the label for 8 years and 5 albums.
Tears Inside is a fine laid back soulful track with a hint of underlying menace that deserves its place amongst the more obvious tracks from the Heavies, JTQ et al as a sign yet again of the forward thinking ethos of the label.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Acid_jazz   (1720 words)

 Soul jazz   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Unlike hard bop, soul jazz generally emphasized repetitive grooves and melodic hooks, and improvisation s were often less complex than in other jazz styles.
Probably the best known soul jazz recording is Ramsey Lewis 's "The In Crowd," a major hit of 1965.
Jazz Connection Biography, schedule, repertoire, and photos for the jazz and soul band.
www.serebella.com /encyclopedia/article-Soul_jazz.html   (523 words)

 World Book || Jazz   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Jazz is a kind of music that has often been called the only art form to originate in the United States.
Jazz was actually widely appreciated as an important art form in Europe before it gained such recognition in the United States.
To syncopate their music, jazz musicians take patterns that are even and regular and break them up, make them uneven, and put accents in unexpected places.
www2.worldbook.com /features/aamusic/html/jazz.htm   (276 words)

 Trombone Page of the World   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Afro-Cuban jazz is a combination of jazz improvising and rhythms from Cuba and Africa; it is also known as Latin Jazz although several of its practioners prefer the former term.
Another important consideration is that journalists and jazz fans of the 1930s and 1940s drew distinctions between bands that conveyed the most hard-driving rhythmic qualities and frequent solo improvisations and those that conveyed less pronounced swing feeling and improvisation.
Although virtually all jazz groups prior to the rise of bebop in the early to mid-'40s played for dancers, the term "dance bands" is used to describe orchestras of the 1920s and '30s whose primary function was to play background music for dancers rather than to serve as vehicles for jazz improvisations.
www.trombone-usa.com /jazz_styles.htm   (4839 words)

 Jazz music, Soul Jazz
Soul Jazz came partly from the funky subcategory of hard bop.
Soul Jazz combined the urban, electrified Chicago harp style with that of California swing bands and added a touch of Philadelphia tenor sax jazz from the 1960s.
When these vocals were added to jazz it often took on the flavor of popular soul music and funk.
www.smallsjazz.com /soul_jazz/index.shtml   (291 words)

 Soul Jazz/Groove Downloads - Download Soul Jazz/Groove Music - Download Soul Jazz/Groove MP3s
Soul Jazz, which was the most popular jazz style of the 1960's, differs from bebop and hard bop (from which it originally developed) in that the emphasis is on the rhythmic groove.
Soul Jazz's roots trace back to pianist Horace Silver whose funky style infused bop with the influence of church and gospel music along with the blues.
One of the great jazz trumpeters of all time, Freddie Hubbard formed his sound out of the Clifford Brown/Lee Morgan tradition, and by the early '70s was immediately distinctive and the pacesetter in jazz.
www.mp3.com /soul-jazz-groove/genre/554/subgenre.html   (4474 words)

 Jazz News :: All Nite Soul Jazz Festival 2005
Live performances by jazz greats, documentary films, artwork and photography by jazz musicians, tributes to women jazz legends and newly commissioned works of sacred music will be among the highlights of the Festival, to be held October 2 - 9, 2005.
The All Nite Soul Jazz Festival 2005 opens on Sunday, Oct. 2 at 8:00 PM at Advent Lutheran Church (2504 Broadway at 93rd Street) where the late Rev. John Garcia Gensel first held Jazz Vespers.
Pauline Smith is Chairman of the Jazz Committee which began during the time of Rev. Gensel’s ministry and has been largely responsible for the success of All Nite Soul and the Lester Young Tribute.
home.nestor.minsk.by /jazz/news/2005/09/2702.html   (1306 words)

 HYP RECORDS/Soul Patch: Soul Jazz (General)
The jazz world never had much use for the obvious, and the blues-derived, "funky" underpinnings of soul jazz epitomize commercialism.
Soul jazz grew out of boogaloo (mod soul); both styles fed the need for "hit" singles.
Soul jazz could be either original or covers of then-contemporary soul and funk hits.
www.hipwax.com /music/patch/souljazz.html   (982 words)

 Koranteng's Toli: A Soul Jazz Thing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
He truly was the heart of soul jazz.
All the while, the crowd from the previous night would be nursing their hangovers in soul claps amongst the congregation.
Whereas Soul Station is his consensus masterpiece, this posthumous release of the sessions that comprise Straight No Filter is a great introduction to the rarefied sounds of Hank Mobley.
koranteng.blogspot.com /2005/02/soul-jazz-thing.html   (1401 words)

 Various Artists Soul Jazz Sessions CD
Inspired by Hip-Hop, Jazz and a wealth of Soul and Funk recordings stretching back to the 60's America, young musicians breathed life into old sounds, recorded new ones and set about spreading their message worldwide.
Soul Jazz Sessions celebrates those bands, producers, and DJ's who took the next step into the studio and produced some dancefloor magic in the process.
The Hammond organ is the definitive soul jazz instrument and James Taylor with his band brought it blazing back to the fore.
www.unionsquaremusic.co.uk /title.php?ALBUM_ID=244&LABEL_ID=6   (1673 words)

 soul jazz   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
KONK were first featured on Soul Jazz Records' earlier New York Noise alongside Arthur Russell, ESG and Liquid Liquid...
Hard bop Soul jazz Cool jazz Latin jazz Free jazz Jazz fusion Acid jazz Nu jazz Modal jazz Soul jazz was a...
Soul Jazz Records bring their acclaimed Soul Jazz Sound System to the Jazz Cafe for...
www.atlantadjacademy.com /music/soul-jazz-.html   (155 words)

 Blues and soul jazz - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Blues and soul jazz   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Developing from blues and spirituals (religious folk songs) in the southern states, it first came to prominence in the early 20th century in New Orleans, St Louis, and Chicago, with a distinctive flavour in each city.
Major figures in the development of jazz include Louis Armstrong and Count Basie in swing music, Duke Ellington and Benny Goodman in big-band jazz, Charlie Parker, Thelonius Monk, and Dizzy Gillespie in bebop, Miles Davis in cool jazz, and John Coltrane and Ornette Coleman in free jazz.
This information should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /Blues+and+soul+jazz   (208 words)

 Soul Jazz Records
The original plan was to release this CD on this compilation on Nuphonic, but Soul Jazz records picked up the project after Nuphonic went defunct.
Soul Jazz are among the finest compilers of detailed and authentic re-issue compilations in the world and the third Nu Yorica Roots is no exception to their house rule of quality roots music.
This album digs beneath the slick, string-drenched sound of the better known Philly Soul hits to unearth the real sound of Philadelphia as it progressed through dirty Stax-style funk and Northern Soul to the flyaway strings and four to the floor pulse of early Disco.
www.jahsonic.com /SoulJazz.html   (3030 words)

 Soul-Jazz Downloads - Download Soul-Jazz Music - Download Soul-Jazz MP3s   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Soul-Jazz, which was the most popular jazz style of the 1960s, differs from bebop and hard bop (from which it originally developed) in that the emphasis is on the rhythmic groove.
His own dates are solid, if unexceptional groove jazz, leaving plenty of space for the saxes and organ, as well as his own bop/R&B hybrid style.
Rusty Bryant, Charles Earland, and ace soul and jazz session drummer Bernard Purdie are among the sidemen also featured on Boogaloo's albums.
www.mp3.com /soul-jazz/genre/556/subgenre.html   (2924 words)

 Sheet Music Plus - Soul Jazz Guitar   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Soul Jazz Guitar is a collection of Randy Johnston's tunes and solos specifically designed for the intermediate student.
There are also some improvisations on some familiar "standard" progressions to help the student deal with these changes when he or she encounters them at jam sessions etc. Randy has tried to present his take on the Jazz language as clearly and faithfully as possible to make the solos easy to learn.
He hopes that this will lead the student not just to imitation but also to develop his or her own approach to these progressions just as he developed his own approach from listening to the playing of his role models over the years.
www.sheetmusicplus.com /a/item.html?id=88985&item=5033094   (181 words)

haben wir das hervorragende englische "soul jazz" - label im vertrieb.
for people who loves raggae, soul, jazz and funk we can offer the beautiful english "soul jazz label".
soul jazz records // blood & fire // stickmann // and others...
www.hausmusik.com /indigo_trikont.html   (874 words)

 Browse by Label: SOUL JAZZ RECORDS (UK)
Soul singers such as Curtis Mayfield and The Impressions (Queen Of The Minstrels) had a profound influence on Jamaican artists and many other US artists were constantly re-interpreted and re-worked.
As Soul Jazz Records continue to delve into the largest Reggae catalogue in the world, this release is literally ram-jam packed with classics that you cannot find elsewhere.
"Soul Jazz Records latest release charts the rise of British Jazz-Funk and Disco from it's roots in the early 1970s through to it's heyday at the start of the 1980s where hit after hit was being produced from the UK.
www.forcedexposure.com /labels/soul.jazz.records.uk.html   (6430 words)

 Soul Jazz
Like legendary predecessors such as Nat "King" Cole and Louis Armstrong, singer/guitarist George Benson has become one of the few jazz artists to notch nearly equal acclaim as both an instrumental improvisor and pop vocal star.
Inspired to learn jazz after hearing groundbreaking saxophonist Charlie Parker, Benson eventually traveled to New York in 1963, where he joined groups led by organists "Brother" Jack McDuff and Jimmy Smith.
Befriending his soon-to-be mentor and most obvious influence, jazz guitar great Wes Montgomery, the talented young guitarist scored his first record deal in the mid-1960s--courtesy of producer John Hammond, who has discovered everyone from Charlie Christian to Bob Dylan.
www.notz.com /jg_souljazz.htm   (403 words)

 Ray Charles | Genius+Soul=Jazz/My Kind of Jazz
After he laid the foundation for the future of soul with his seminal Atlantic albums, and just before he bridged the gap between rhythm 'n' blues and country with “Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music,” Charles also recorded a series of often overlooked instrumental jazz albums.
The most blisteringly soulful of these jazz records, ”Genius+Soul=Jazz,” has just been reissued by Rhino, along with several of Charles' other classic Atlantic and ABC-Paramount albums, in honor of his 50th anniversary as a recording artist.
Charles could hold his own with any of the day's top jazz organists and each of the two ensembles is in fine, full-throttle form.
www.allaboutjazz.com /php/article.php?id=2289   (484 words)

...BOOGIE, SOUL, JAZZ FUNK DJ Perry Louis (Jazz Café, Messin Around, Shiftless Shuffle) hosts a great night of Boogie Soul n Jazz Funk at the Salmon and Compass, 58 Penton Street, N1) on the second Friday of the month next dates 12th August and 9th September) 9 p.m to 2 a.m.
The hard hitting driving 'NY Minute' is a funky jazz groove with some great flugelhorn playing from Ralph Rickett.
16 of the best new independent soul tracks from the past year, all highlights in their own right.
www.soulbrother.com   (1068 words)

 Jazz 100 - Soul Jazz
Jimmy Smith may not have created soul jazz, but he is certainly the artist most closely associated with it.
Mingus pays homage to jazz history through tracks laced with gospel, soul, blues, swing, hard bop and a touch of the avant-garde.
This album, however, is the best place to start for listeners looking for a soulful introduction to this great musician's work.
home.austarnet.com.au /petersykes/jazz100/soul.html   (478 words)

 Soul Patrol Jazz - Queen Latifah, Bobbi Humphrey, Miles Davis, Marlon Saunders, Eloise Laws, D-Erania, Kne-O'Chaw ...
The twelve tracks comprising The Dana Owens Album—half of which are produced by Arif Mardin, the other half by Ron Fair—span a wide stylistic range that includes soul, blues and pop songs from every decade between the 1920s and 1970s.
Already an accomplished television and film actress and an indisputably seminal hip hop artist, Queen Latifah reaffirmed yet another of her talents in the recent film adaptation of Chicago.
Back before funk had its renaissance, for a while new funk artists were all being called "acid jazz." I mean, damn, even Maceo and the JB Horns and Bobby Byrd put out "acid jazz" albums....
www.soul-patrol.com /jazz   (1158 words)

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Fractured jazz is the sound of choice on this EP from Doctor L. “Dark Soul Aiff” is the standout track, where pushy keys and frowning sitars back smudged vocal imagery.
The beautiful soul song Love Is A State Of Mind is a welcome change and further proof of Jhelisa’s versatility, who delights us with a soulful ballad with classical patterns in the tradition of soul music’s halcyon days.
Whether she adds her magic to the soulful opener Get Through To You, the infectious percussive driven This Must Be The Place or sings with nonchalance on You Qualify, it’s good to hear her in an organic music setting that suits her voice much more than computer generated house beats.
blog.jazz-not-jazz.com   (9339 words)

 soul sides
It is, to be sure, a remarkable album, beautifully balancing Fisher's background in both blues and jazz with a budding interest in the kind of electric guitar dabblings that everyone from Jimi Hendrix to Eddie Hazel were experimenting with.
I originally wrote about this Eddie Fisher album back in 2000, back when Soul Sides was just a record review site vs. an audioblog (oh, if I only had thought of the potential back in the day...) and also posted one of his songs from another album, The Third Cup back in Nov. 2004.
Barretto's early influences came out of the Latin jazz experimentations of the 1950s, specifically Dizzy Gillespie's "Manteca" which became one of Barretto's early hits during his years as a studio sessionist and sideman, recording for Blue Note, Riverside and Prestige.
soul-sides.com   (3822 words)

 HYP RECORDS/Soul Patch: Soul-Jazz Flute--Lloyd McNeill
McNeill believes his influences and their results in his art, music, and poetry are inseparable and mutually reinforcing.
The Black Jazz label may be roughly similar in style, but Asha and Baobab are wholly Lloyd McNeill.
And the records reflect none of the usual external trends from the decade in which they were recorded; all sound like 1971 rather than 1979.
www.hipwax.com /music/patch/flute_lm.html   (451 words)

 Amazon.com: Jazz to Soul: Music: Aretha Franklin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
It's one of those classic pieces of soul music- In fact it's one of the best soul ballads of the early 60's.
I always listen to disc 1 of this compilation of jazz and blues by the Queen of Soul whenever I,m winding down from a long hard day.
The two CD set "Jazz To Soul" is an excellent and worthy showcase of her early work at the label.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B00000281R?v=glance   (1126 words)

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