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A form of folk music which rose in part from work songs and field hollers of rural Blacks, early blues was also highly improvisational. That's not what many jazz fans expected last October, when it was announced that oversight of the station would be shifted to Global Jazz Inc. This frequent changing also helped the evolution of Jazz, preventing bands from becoming hidebound and determined to have a particular style or sound.

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