MCY 124 Evolution of Jazz Class Notes (2 Lectures)
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Bailey Souaid on Thursday April 14, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to MCY 124 at University of Miami taught by Charles Bergeron in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 16 views. For similar materials see The Evolution of Jazz in Musicology at University of Miami.
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Tues. 12 April Evolution of Jazz Rise of Rock and Roll Cream (band) Song: “Sunshine of your Love” Guitarist (American blues): Eric Clapton The Who (band) Song: “Won’t get Fooled Again” Carlos Santana Song: “Black Magic Woman” Guitarist: Pete Townshend Jimmy Hendrix Song: “Purple Haze” Very influential Career 4 years’ long Led Zeppelin Two major albums in 1968 and 1969 Album: “Led Baloon” Song: “Whole lot of fun” Guitarist: Jimmy Paige Summer of 1967 San Francisco Monterey Festival Woodstock Barry Gody 1959: “MoTown” George Wein Producer He and Miles Davis heard “Sly and the Family Stone” at the Monterey Festival and signed them Together they started new sound Guitarist: Sylvester Stallone Rise of the Electric Guitar Miles Davis 1979 creates new style of Jazz called “Fusion”. rd 3 style of jazz he participated in. Fusion Elements of Jazz and Rock Album: “Bitches Brew” by Miles Davis and John McLaughlin (British guitarist) Song: “Spanish Key” Thurs. 14 April Evolution of Jazz Electric guitar The most prominent instrument of the 1960’s Synthesizers The most prominent instrument of the 1970’s Rise of disco era Monophonic synthesizers A lot of computer gear Manipulate sounds Polyphonic synthesizers As technology advances Keyboards Change sounds and textures Can play sounds of other instruments Weather Report Band in the 1970’s Started by Joe Zawinul and Wayne Shorter Other members: Miroslav Vitous Manelo Badrena Jaco Pastorios “World Music” Song: “Milky Way” Album and Song: “Black Market” Acoustic and Electric instruments Song: “Bird Land” 1977
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