hard bop

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hard bop

n
(Jazz) a form of jazz originating in the late 1950s that is rhythmically less complex than bop
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This band is part of the wave of new young faces in Czech jazz over the last decade (with the exception of the experienced double-bass player Petr Dvorsky, who came on the scene right at the start of the 1990s), and in style it takes off from the musical peak of pre-electric jazz, its hardbop essence.
On the surface, Blue Note: A Story of Modern Jazz is about Blue Note records, a label that has played an important role in documenting American blues, swing, hardbop and avant-garde jazz.
Ewen plays hardbop tenor, Hugh has a background in the funkier end of jazz - put them together and who knows what will happen.
Groovin' Low": my swing is more mellow / these days: not the hardbop drive / i used to roll but more of a cool / foxtrot.
This band, in fact, features multiple veterans of the Latin New York big bands known as the Big 3 (Machito, Tito Rodriguez and Tito Puente) plus special guests such as Randy Brecker (who takes a smoking hardbop trumpet solo on Alex Mambo), Tom Harrell and Bobby Porcelli.
Miles and Coltrane rode together from bebop and hardbop to modal jazz.
Spelman writes, with "Big bushy Afros on the sisters and hardbop in the air.
JAZZ INSTRUMENTAL, INDIVIDUAL OR GROUP: ``Tales From the Hudson,'' Michael Brecker; ``The Child Within,'' Billy Childs; ``Now Is the Hour,'' Charlie Haden Quartet West; ``Quartets: Live at the Village Vanguard,'' Joe Lovano; ``The Hardbop Grandpop,'' Horace Silver.
He came out of Art Blakey's hardbop College of Musical Knowledge shooting his mouth off, attacking everybody from Miles to Herbie Hancock, styles from fusion to funk.
The core of the orchestra consisted of members of younger generation bands, the hardbop Volf Jazztet, the purely jazzrock Impuls, Energit, and Mahagon and many guests from other bands.
Alexander is a straight down the line hardbop tenor player with the broad sweep we expect these days.
John Benitez lays down with a thumping funk bass line that along with the pumping backbeat of drummer Ernesto Simpson, the boogaloo-style montuno of pianist Hector Martignon and the hardbop melodies of trumpeter Mike Rodriguez and tenor saxman Mike Campagna, sets a smoking groove in motion.