cool jazz


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jazz that is restrained and fluid and marked by intricate harmonic structures often lagging slightly behind the beat

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Les Is More serves up cool jazz licks in a tribute to Les Paul, and Cliffs Of Rock City gives Joe Satriani a run for his fusion money.
The first one featured Linus reading from St Luke, as well as a cool jazz score.
The cool jazz trio will be entertaining diners at The Lord Mayor of Newcastle's residence on Fernwood Road, Jesmond.
Nancy Harden (center) and "Big John" Benson (right) enjoy steaks hot off the grill and cool jazz at the Third Annual Blue T-shirt and Steak Dinner June 12 at St.
An Ice Kabob or Cool Jazz ice cube tray by Fred (020 7095 9399/www.
Going back to the 90s, horses like Cool Jazz (1994), Lone Piper (1998) and Invader (1999) were never sighted in the Greenham, yet found success in contests where the pace was more hectic early on.
With the cool jazz in the background, it's the perfect place to kick back and soak up the atmosphere.
Indeed, his personal response to cool jazz is another example.
Cool jazz played, and burlesque acts took the stage upstairs in the normally members-only game and party rooms, while the cavernous downstairs ballroom revealed scantily clad go-go dancers and a dance floor teeming with extra-tall partiers (the L.
Lea DeLaria scatted in On the Town, played a doomed motorcycle daddy in The Rocky Horror Show and crooned cool jazz on two well-regarded CDs.
In his youth he had played a cool jazz piano in the clubs of Tiger Bay.
The music played inside colorful, thickly populated nightclubs all over the United States and spreading around the world, cool jazz, red hot jazz, all manner of jazz, was not always viewed as art form.
And I'd have Charlie Hayden playing piano for cool jazz.
His book does not deal with the offshoots of bebop, such as cool jazz, hard bop, modal jazz, free jazz and fusion.