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Jazz, Vol. 10: Boogie Woogie and Jump and Kansas City

Various Artists
Jazz, Vol. 10: Boogie Woogie and Jump and Kansas City

There is no single kind of music that led to the creation of jazz. Instead, the genre evolved, and continues to evolve, from diverse musical avenues. Following the popularity of swing music in the 1930s, boogie woogie—with its characteristic walking bass pattern—captivated audiences and dancers. Performed by pianists like Count Basie and Meade Lux Lewis, this exciting rhythm provides—as Basie said—"four heavy beats to a bar, and no cheating."

Track Listing

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Jim Jackson's Jamboree Part 1 Jim Jackson, Tampa Red, and Georgia Tom 3:14
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102
Jim Jackson's Jamboree (cont'd) Jim Jackson, Tampa Red, and Georgia Tom 3:08
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103
Hastings Street Charlie Spand and Blind Blake 3:19
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104
St. Louis Blues Albert Ammons 3:57
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105
Honky Tonk Train Meade Lux Lewis 3:20
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106
Brown Skin Gal Cripple Clarence Lofton and Big Bill Broonzy 2:51
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107
Yancey Stomp Jimmy Yancey 2:52
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201
Let 'Em Jump Pete Johnson 3:08
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202
Toby Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra 3:35
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203
Froggy Bottom Andy Kirk & His Twelve Clouds of Joy 3:20
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204
Boogie Woogie Jones-Smith Incorporated 3:21
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205
Hootie Blues Jay McShann and His Orchestra 3:05
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206
Lester Leaps In Count Basie's Kansas City Seven 3:20
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Dickie's Dream Count Basie's Kansas City Seven 3:21
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