Hard bop is a style of jazz that is an extension of bebop (or "bop") music. Journalists and record companies began using the term in the mid-1950s to describe a new current within jazz which incorporated influences from rhythm and blues, gospel music, and blues, especially in saxophone and piano playing.
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... Label Billboard 1988 For You Only Jazz, Hard Bop Columbia #7 1991 Learson's Return Jazz, Hard Bop Columbia #9 1992 The Undaunted Jazz, Hard Bop Columbia ...
... X Jazz Donahue !Sam Donahue 1918–1974 X Swing Donaldson !Lou Donaldson 1926- X Hard bop Daniel Dorff 1956- X X Classical Dorsey !Jimmy Dorsey 1904–1957 X Big band D'Rivera !Paquito D'Rivera 1948 ... X Jazz Gopalnath !Kadri Gopalnath 1950- X Carnatic Gordon !Dexter Gordon 1923–1990 X Hard bop Gouirand !Doudou Gouirand 1940- X X Jazz Gray !Glen ... Lake !Oliver Lake 1942- X X X Jazz Land !Harold Land 1928–2001 X Hard bop Lasha !Prince Lasha 1929- X Jazz Lateef !Yusef Lateef 1920- X Jazz ...
... One of Blue Note's greatest mainstream hard bop dates, "Song for My Father" is Horace Silver's signature LP and the peak of a discography already studded with ... by Scott Yanow in his Allmusic essay "Hard Bop" as one of the 17 Essential Hard Bop Recordings ...
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