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Neo-bop: the conservative bebop style of several successful players in the 90s, like Roy Hargrove. The appearance of Ornette Coleman and Cecil Taylor on the scene divided the jazz world. While the program didn’t hold a gun to music’s head, it was the mastermind behind the decline of raw emotion. The genre is most heavily concentrated with male vocalists; however, there were some female doo-wop groups.

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Publisher: Berkeley Hills Books (August 2000)

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