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Fannie Baker And Her Jazz / Bob Thomas (11) - If Thats What You Want Here It Is / Cut Yourself A Piece Of Cake (Shellac)

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  1. Kagajar
    Answer: A. an allusion. Explanation: An allusion is a brief and indirect reference to something or someone that is commonly known and has certain importance or significance in our society, like a phrase, place, idea, literary work, person or the name of a song like “Heatwave,” a famous song characterized for its happy tune that helps create a joyful mood in the excerpt.
  2. Jubar
    The two most influential male jazz singers are heard here in a part pop, part jazz rendition of this Carmichael classic. After Bing sings a pop style first chorus, Armstrong does a scat solo, the a pop chorus sings Armstrong's scat with words. Then Crosby sings Armstrong's scat in pop style.
  3. Meziramar
    Jazz Trivia Questions & Answers: Page 7 This category is for questions and answers related to Jazz, as asked by users of rogperfsokilsticlarilimembdicorboy.coinfo Accuracy: A team of editors takes feedback from our visitors to keep trivia as up to date and as accurate as possible. Related quizzes can be found here: Jazz Quizzes Other related sub-topics of interest.
  4. Nat
    You cast aside the cursed crown and put your magic into a sound That made me think your heart was aching or even broken But if God hears my complaint He will forgive you And so will I, with all respect, I'll just relive you And likewise, you must understand these things we give you Like these flowers at your door and scribbled notes about the war.
  5. Gogami
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Shellac release of If That's What You Want Here It Is / Cut Yourself A Piece Of Cake on Discogs. Label: Oriole (3) - • Format: Shellac 10 Fannie Baker And Her Jazz / Bob Thomas - If That's What You Want Here It Is / Cut Yourself A Piece Of Cake (, Shellac) | Discogs.
  6. Zulkisida
    Won’t you come along with Bobby Baker’s Band Ba Baba Ba Boom Boom Boom Bobby Baker’s band is the best band in the land Ba Baba Ba Boom Boom Boom. Betty plays the bongo Bennie plays the bass Barry plays the oboe and Bonnie plays the big trombone. Chorus. Billy plays the banjo Betsy plays the bells Ben bangs a bass drum and Bob plays the.
  7. Majar
    Cool jazz was a reaction against Bebop's highly technical and aggressive approach to music making. Although Miles first introduced it, Cool jazz has its roots in the sound of Lester Young. Young white musicians like trumpeter/vocalist, Chet Baker and baritone saxophonist, Gerry Mulligan, adopted the Cool Jazz sound.
  8. Tebei
    1. Saxophone and electric guitar are featured on this _____ style Elvis recording. 1. C&W 2. ballad 3. blues 4. Gospel/religious 5. Latin 2. Elvis recorded an English version of "O Sole Mio" which featured a Latin groove and mandolin style guitar, hitting #1 on the charts. It is.
  9. Dizahn
    Made jazz respectable and did much to racially integrate jazz groups and jazz audiences. Big Band Jazz. bar blues form combined with a unique style of piano playing. Break. A stop of the music in a jazz piece during which a soloist improvises, usually for two bars. Occurs at the end of a phrase, providing transition to the next phrase.

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