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Two Kinds Of Blues - Various - The Blues In Modern Jazz (Vinyl, LP)


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  1. It’s hard to imagine what the blues would be without collaborations between giants of the genre. When two great voices combine to form one, the results can be delightful. And Riding with the King is no exception. Released in , the Eric Clapton/B.B. King collection of duets has all the charm you’d expect from two masters of the form.
  2. Jazz is much harder to define because its range is so broad, encompassing everything from late 19th century ragtime to modern fusion music. Jazz and blues may have different definitions, but they have a lot in common. Both jazz and blues originated in the deep south around the end of the 19th century.
  3. Matriarch of the Blues, as Etta James is called many times, is an album marking her return to the blues, after recording country, jazz, and pop songs. The album reached a peak position of number two on Billboard's Top Blues Albums chart, and was nominated for Best Contemporary Blues Album at the 44th Grammy Awards. gram audiophile vinyl Insert Available on vinyl for the first time.
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  6. Just Blues: – Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers* With Thelonious Monk: Blue Monk: – Lennie Tristano: Requiem: – Charles Mingus: Haitian Fight Song: – Milt Jackson: Blues At Twilight: – Ray Charles: Sweet Sixteen Bars: – Jimmy Giuffre: Two Kinds Of Blues: – The Modern Jazz Quartet: Bluesology: /5(16).
  7. The Empress of the Blues, Bessie Smith was a genuine superstar in the 20's and a Force of Nature all her life. She put the Blues on stage and proceeded to knock 'em in the aisles. From her first recordings as a 'Blues Diva' in to her final sessions, this fully rounded collection of 36 tracks includes collaborations with Louis Armstrong, Coleman Hawkins and Benny Goodman.