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Of course, the condition of blacks in the USA was one of great inferiority. The first jazz standard composed by a non-Latino to use an overt African 12/8 cross-rhythm was Wayne Shorter's " Footprints " (1967). [148] On the version recorded on Miles Smiles by Miles Davis, the bass switches to a 4/4 tresillo figure at 2:20. "Footprints" is not, however, a Latin jazz tune: African rhythmic structures are accessed directly by Ron Carter (bass) and Tony Williams (drums) via the rhythmic sensibilities of swing.

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Publisher: Jamey Aebersold (September 7, 2010)

ISBN: 1562240765

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