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African American Culture

   
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Later, as the popularity grew, the sound was influenced by musicians with other backgrounds, like classical or formal. The development of new instruments and different techniques has also done a great deal for the sound of jazz. Rock and roll Rock is one of the most popular music types, and it comes in many different shapes...
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Later, as the popularity grew, the sound was influenced by musicians with other backgrounds, like classical or formal. The development of new instruments and different techniques has also done a great deal for the sound of jazz. Rock and roll Rock is one of the most popular music types, and it comes in many different shapes...
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