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As with all living art forms, the borders of jazz are continually blurred as successive generations of musicians adapt its conventions to contemporary artistic trends. John McLaughlin's Mahavishnu Orchestra also contributed new artists to the burgeoning jazz-rock scene. Jazz artists who utilize rock in their music can be found in the Classic Fusion, (Post 70s) Eclectic Fusion and Post-Fusion Contemporary genres. Jazz and the Charleston were extremely controversial in the 1920’s because they promoted a new way of thinking, which outraged the older generations (Knowles 160).

Pages: 232

Publisher: University Of Chicago Press; 1 edition (September 15, 2009)

ISBN: 0226239217

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