Nick Morrison en Jazz Salutes Its Disc Jockeys The advent of bebop added a fresh sound to American music. It also added new voices to some metropolitan radio stations: the late-night jazz DJs who specialized in presenting this new music to their fellow hipster nightflies.<p>To recognize the work of the groundbreaking DJs who lent them critical exposure, jazz musicians of the period would occasionally write songs in their honor. Here are five of those songs. <div class="fullattribution">Copyright 2013 Jazz24. Thu, 18 Apr 2013 20:59:00 +0000 Nick Morrison 4168 at Jazz Salutes Its Disc Jockeys Juan De Marcos And The Afro-Cuban All Stars: Dig That 'Dundunbanza' Many music lovers know Juan de Marcos González as the man who teamed up with guitarist Ry Cooder to create <em>Buena Vista Social Club</em>. But González was busy celebrating the history of Cuban music long before Cooder arrived on the scene.<p>Concurrently with the <em>Buena Vista</em> project, González was recording an album with his own band, <em>The Afro-Cuban All Stars</em>. Sat, 02 Mar 2013 13:03:00 +0000 Nick Morrison 1141 at Juan De Marcos And The Afro-Cuban All Stars: Dig That 'Dundunbanza' A List Of 5 Songs About ... Lists Over the past few years, Take Five's theme-based jazz lists have covered a wide variety of subjects. We've covered the careers of legends, the cutting-edge work of up-and-coming artists, styles, periods, holidays, regional scenes and more. Today, Take Five goes "meta" and presents a list of songs about... lists.<p>The lyrical conceits of these five songs are simply to list things. And, of course, feel free to suggest your favorite songs about lists that weren't included here. ("What, no 'Route 66'? Really?") <div class="fullattribution">Copyright 2013 Jazz24. Thu, 28 Feb 2013 22:15:00 +0000 Nick Morrison 1045 at A List Of 5 Songs About ... Lists