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During the war the price of records had been significantly reduced, making records affordable for a much larger segment of society. Contemporary instrumental music, as well as jazz-rock fusion and contemporary funk, are in essence jazz-inflected styles of popular music that might feature a limited amount of improvisation, but are far from devoted to the accepted conventions of jazz as their primary purpose. Then plug into summer's best heart-pumping tunes.

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