Smooth Jazz And Books – A Guide to Smooth Jazz

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The ’90s saw the birth of a new instrumental genre called smooth jazz. Born by combining the great funky jazz instrumentals of the ’70s with the “keep them on the floor” R&B dance grooves of the late ’80s, smooth jazz has become a constant on radio airwaves across the globe.

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A Guide to Smooth Jazz Including Its Stylistic Origin, Cultural Origin, Widely Associated Instrument, Pioneering Artists, Record Labels, and More by Charlotte Adele is available at