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Musicians such as Pharoah Sanders, Hubert Laws and Wayne Shorter began using kalimbas, cowbells, beaded gourds and other instruments not traditional to jazz. Other instruments that traditionally often were used are simple clarinets, mainly home-made, and later accordion. The hillbilly music heard at barn raisings, quilting parties, log rollings, and fiddle conventions was soon to become (with the help of radio in the 1920s) the multi-million dollar Country Music Industry. You know, when I was 5 years old the guitar was bigger than me and I had this conception that in order to play the guitar I had to throw myself into it and squeeze in a way that made kind of an adult sound, which meant that I, you know, I was scrappy.

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Publisher: Alfred Music (August 1, 2007)

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