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We offer the best solo piano acts for your occasion. Our selection changes daily, as we are constantly buying new collections. Even Miles Davis could not have been oblivious to the differential between jazz record sales and rock record sales at the end of the sixties. With this device, any music from opera to the blues could be "played hot" as it was described in those days. With so many cultures melded together, musical influences and instruments from around the world, from Congo drumming to European horns, have come together to create unique new sounds that could only have come from New Orleans.

Pages: 192

Publisher: Robson Books Ltd (January 1, 1998)

ISBN: 0860517993

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