Herbie Hancock’s Electric-Jazz Journey

A New Orleans music styling that would take America by storm, jazz music was created as a way to express oneself freely through music, using methods taken from church, blues, swing, syncopation, and improvisation, along with general other aspects of Black culture. Herbie Hancock would be one to utilize this genre and put his own […]

The Jazz Effect: 30s and 40s

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