Early Pioneers of Jazz

Scott Joplin - The Entertainer 
Tom Turpin - Harlem Rag 
Scott Joplin - Maple Leaf Rag 
Count Basie & The Duke - Jumin At the Woodside 
Benny Goodman - Tiger Rag 
Charlie Parker & Dizzy G. - Bloomdido 
Art Tatum - Just One of Those Things 
Cab Calloway - Minnie The Moocher 
Louis Armstrong - When The Saints Come Marchin In  
Jelly Roll Martin - Pontchartrain Blues  
Bessie Smith - I Used To Be Your Sweet Ma  
Fats Waller - Ain’t Misbehavin  
Charlie Parker - A Night in Tunisa  
Ella Fitzgerald - A Tisket A Tasken  
Fats Waller - This Joint is Jumping  
Earl “Fatha Hines” - Chicago

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  • Cynthia Rose
    Cynthia Rose London
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  • Becky G
    Becky G Angola
    I have high respect for people who paved the way. Since I am a fan of Kpop for a couple of years now, I know who among the groups really paved the way. I believe that Girls' Generation paved the way for Kpop to be known in Americas. They had been to different big shows in USA last 2011 and they got a bigger fanbase their when they had their US Debut. Some newbies are discrediting SNSD for this. Even writers from https://paper-writing-service.reviews/academized-com-review/ believe that SNSD paved the way! By the way, I love jazz too!

    I have high respect for people who paved the way. Since I am a fan of Kpop for a couple of years now, I know who among the groups really paved the way. I believe that Girls' Generation paved the way for Kpop to be known in Americas. They had been to different big shows in USA last 2011 and they got a bigger fanbase their when they had their US Debut. Some newbies are discrediting SNSD for this. Even writers from https://paper-writing-service.reviews/academized-com-review/ believe that SNSD paved the way! By the way, I love jazz too!

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