[JPL] prototypes of hip hop in jazz

Bobby Jackson ftapache1 at sbcglobal.net
Thu Oct 30 10:55:28 EDT 2008


I almost forgot!  Lissen Jack!

Nat King Cole's "Straighten Up And Fly Right" qualifies mightily!

Now cool down Papa dontcha blow your top!

Aloha,

Bobby Jackson


On Oct 30, 2008, at 10:44 AM, Jackson, Bobby wrote:

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> I'm not sure if anyone has mentioned Jelly Roll Morton, Cab  
> Calloway, Eddie Jefferson and King Pleasure.  All dat signifyin'!
> Not to mention Diz!
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> Aloha,
>
> Bobby Jackson
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com on behalf of DJ A Train- 
> Uptown Jazz Network
> Sent: Thu 10/30/2008 9:15 AM
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> Subject: Re: [JPL] prototypes of hip hop in jazz
>
> This week's sponsor:  MACK AVENUE
>
> Throughout his illustrious career, saxophonist/multi-instrumentalist/ 
> composer Kenny Garrett has accumulated multiple Grammy(R)  
> nominations, countless collaborations, and a long list of accolades  
> from his peers. With SKETCHES OF MD, Garrett adds several historic  
> firsts to his resume:  the first live recording of the Kenny Garrett/ 
> Pharoah Sanders pairing, Garrett's first recorded set at New York  
> City's famed Iridium Jazz Club, and his first release on Mack  
> Avenue. In addition to Sanders, Garrett is joined on stage by Nat  
> Reeves on bass, Benito Gonzalez on keys and Jamire Williams on drums.
>
> http://www.mackavenue.com/mediaserve/ecards/kennygarrett/
>
> Mack Avenue is also proud to announce the signing of Grammy(R) Award- 
> winning acoustic and electric bassist Christian McBride.  McBride,  
> who will celebrate his 20th year in the industry in 2009, has  
> several projects in the works for the Detroit based label, which  
> will be unveiled in the upcoming year.
>
> For more information, please contact GROOV Marketing and Consulting
>
> 877-476-6832
>
> Mark Rini x 1
>
> mark at groovmarketing.com
>
> Josh Ellman x 2
>
> josh at groovmarketing.com
>
> http://www.groovmarketing.com
>
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>
>
> Don't forget Gil Scott Heron, The Last Poets and the Fatback Band  
> from the 60's & 70's. And more recent(?) Brand Nubian, Stetsasonic &  
> A Tribe Called Quest are just a few of the hip-hp groups that  
> incorporated jazz into their music.
> Peace
>
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>
> --- On Wed, 10/29/08, Arturo Gomez <arturo at kuvo.org> wrote:
> From: Arturo Gomez <arturo at kuvo.org>
> Subject: [JPL] prototypes of hip hop in jazz
> To: "jazzproglist at jazzweek. com" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
> Date: Wednesday, October 29, 2008, 5:28 PM
>
> This week's sponsor:  MACK AVENUE
>
> Throughout his illustrious career, saxophonist/multi-instrumentalist/ 
> composer
> Kenny Garrett has accumulated multiple Grammy(R) nominations,  
> countless
> collaborations, and a long list of accolades from his peers. With  
> SKETCHES OF
> MD, Garrett adds several historic firsts to his resume:  the first  
> live
> recording of the Kenny Garrett/Pharoah Sanders pairing, Garrett's  
> first
> recorded set at New York City's famed Iridium Jazz Club, and his first
> release on Mack Avenue. In addition to Sanders, Garrett is joined on  
> stage by
> Nat Reeves on bass, Benito Gonzalez on keys and Jamire Williams on  
> drums.
>
> http://www.mackavenue.com/mediaserve/ecards/kennygarrett/
>
> Mack Avenue is also proud to announce the signing of Grammy(R) Award- 
> winning
> acoustic and electric bassist Christian McBride.  McBride, who will  
> celebrate
> his 20th year in the industry in 2009, has several projects in the  
> works for the
> Detroit based label, which will be unveiled in the upcoming year.
>
> For more information, please contact GROOV Marketing and Consulting
>
> 877-476-6832
>
> Mark Rini x 1
>
> mark at groovmarketing.com
>
> Josh Ellman x 2
>
> josh at groovmarketing.com
>
> http://www.groovmarketing.com
>
> ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
>
>
>
> The post on Bobby Robinson prompted me to recall that early next  
> year I will
> be making a presentation of jazz, blues and r n b music to a class  
> of senior
> high school music students as a prelude to Black History Month.
>
> Rappin n rhymin on records goes back to the 1920s and before that on  
> the
> stage and street, I have many examples of proto type rap songs by  
> Pops, Cab,
> Louis Jordan and others as well as prison songs, signifying poetry  
> etc  Do
> you have any examples of what you feel maybe a proto type rap track
> pre-1960?
>
> Arturo
>
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