Reinventing Jazz An Almost True Story by Cheri Gerson

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The world of Jazz is filled with creative passion, deceitful love, lifelong challenges, and unimaginable strength. Her incredible journey takes her down paths in life that many of us never travel. This is a coming of age story wrapped up in characters so real you can almost touch them.

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FormatPaperback
Number of Pages306
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Open LibraryOL11779107M
ISBN 100971158045

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In the s, when so-called free jazz liberated American jazz from its historic ties to Western music, European musicians found their own distinctive voices and created an independent jazz culture.

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Theo Bleckmann finds freedom in restraint. Like serious jazz players, vocalist and composer Theo Bleckmann is adept at improvisation, although he does not scat like trad jazz singers; the. The jazz world was still trying to come to terms with Coleman’s legacy in the mids when Francis Davis penned “Ornette’s Permanent Revolution” (September ).

Davis recalled the. A.H: Yes, because I grew up in a very musical house. My auntie was into rock n’ roll, my mother taught me the cha-cha and Tango dancing, my dad bought me a keyboard when I was a kid and encouraged explore melodies on my always had the radio on and I grew up on The Carpenters and Neil Diamond, so I’ve always been drawn to this era.

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