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Paris Blues témoigne de l'effervescence de la scène jazz parisienne de la fin des années 1950, et le documentaire L'Aventure du jazz, réalisé entre 1969 et 1972 par Louis Panassié, fait figurer plus de 130 musiciens, dont Louis Armstrong et Duke Ellington. Soon after Bolden left the scene, other bandleaders and composers emerged to fill the leadership void of Jazz. These mixed Afro-Cuban elements with Middle Eastern titles. Although jazz musicians (like many performers) had long been linked to drugs and less-than-suburban lifestyles, as drugs became an openly rebellious facet of the hippie and youth movements of the 1970s, they became a part of the myth of jazz as well.

Pages: 96

Publisher: Alfred Publishing Co., Inc. (2003)


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