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Jump The Blues

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  1. Jun 17,  · The backup band roars in the traditional journeyman electric blues-rock form, with strong piano and organ work and pumping drums. At its best, especially when Collins and James are on, this concert at the indoor Wiltern Theatre has much of the celebratory flavor of a jumping outdoor blues festival. ~Richard S. Ginell.
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  3. Jump blues – it’s a term you hear more and more of these days, but what exactly is it? Like many classic American musical forms, jump blues is a hybrid - an inspired mix of blues, swing and jazz. The end result is an intensely exciting, buoyant music which noted music writer, Billy Vera sums up like this, “Marked by a front line of horns.
  4. Long before Hootie & The Blowfish appeared on the scene in another Hootie was thrilling audiences with his blend of boogie woogie jump tunes, jazz, and pure blues. Jay McShann, born in in Muskogee, Oklahoma was rightly regarded as one of the living legends by Peter Silvester in his book In A Left Hand Like God - right up there with /5(5).
  5. Jump Blues Jump blues refers to an up-tempo, jazz-tinged style of blues that first came to prominence in the mid- to late s. Usually featuring a vocalist in front of a large, horn-driven.
  6. Jump blues is influenced by big band music and uses saxophone or other brass instruments and the guitar in the rhythm section to create a jazzy, up-tempo sound with declamatory vocals. Jump blues tunes by Louis Jordan and Big Joe Turner, based in Kansas City, Missouri, influenced the development of later styles such as rock and roll and rhythm.
  7. Jumpin’ the Blues is a two-hour program covering Blues and R&B from the Golden area to contemporary blues. Exploring West Coast blues, Jump blues, Texas blues, Chicago blues, New Orleans and Delta blues, Gospel, Zydeco, Swamp blues and local blues; with the occasional interview and information on festivals, local events and touring acts.
  8. Jazzvisions: Jump the Blues Away Albert Collins (Artist), Etta James (Artist), Joe Walsh (Artist) & Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Audio CD, October 4, "Please retry" $ — $ Vinyl "Please retry" — —/5(2).

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