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What is Bebop? Jazz From the 1940s Original Recordings (incl. Dizzy Gillespie)

What is Bebop? Jazz From the 1940s Original Recordings (incl. Dizzy Gillespie)

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1. 00:00:00 Charlie Parker Blue Bird 2. 00:02:54 Dizzy Gillespie Anthropology 3. 00:05:34 Miles Davis All-Stars Milestones 4. 00:08:12 Tadd Dameron The Squirrel 5. 00:11:14 Charlie Parker Ah-Leu-Cha 6. 00:14:10 Bud Powell Bouncing With Bud 7. 00:17:15 Dizzy Gillespie Salt Peanuts 8. 00:20:34 Charlie Parker Billie’s Bounce 9. 00:23:46 Red Norvo Bop! 10. 00:26:50 Miles Davis Venus De Milo 11. 00:30:02 Tadd Dameron Symphonette 12. 00:33:11 Wardell Gray Twisted 13. 00:36:41 Dizzy Gillespie A Night In Tunisia 14. 00:39:48 Charlie Parker Bird’s Nest

15. 00:42:33 Sarah Vaughan What A Diff’rence A Day Made 16. 00:45:23 Django Reinhardt Babik 17. 00:48:11 Dizzy Gillespie Oop Bop Sh’bam 18. 00:51:14 Thelonious Monk ‘Round About Midnight 19. 00:54:25 Charlie Parker Donna Lee 20. 00:57:00 Dizzy Gillespie 52nd Street Theme 21. 01:00:06 Tadd Dameron What’s New 22. 01:03:09 Miles Davis Budo 23. 01:05:45 Charlie Parker Scrapple From The Apple 24. 01:08:42 Fats Navarro Goin To Minton’s 25. 01:11:35 Dizzy Gillespie Groovin’ High 26. 01:14:17 Charlie Parker Constellation

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Jazz has always welcomed innovators. Duke Ellington’s new compositions made Jelly Roll Morton seem old hat, Lester Young changed the voice of the tenor-saxophone and Charlie Christian pioneered an approach to jazz performance on guitar which still carries weight today. Bebop, on the other hand, was not simply the outcome of a single individual’s drive and musical vision, it was a complete movement in its own right, made up of artists dedicated to change. With its advent in the early 1940s, jazz was never the same again.

So, what is bebop exactly – what does this strange word mean? French critic Hugues Panassie, something of a reactionary in these things, dismissed bebop (usually known now as bop) as ‘a form of music distinct from jazz’ while trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie described it simply as ‘just the way my friends and I feel jazz.’ Saxophonist Charlie Parker, the new music’s finest exponent, held a more measured view, inadvertently echoing that of Panassie when he said it was ‘something entirely separate and apart.’ It’s a measure of bebop’s originality, its ‘avant-garde’ status, that it is still considered by many to be ‘modern’ today.

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