This kind of music has a vast history and in the same time one that changed the jazz music s style throughout time.
Bebop, cool jazz, hard bop, modal jazz, soul jazz, swing and many other types delighted our ears.
Texas blues are depicted by high singing and a flexible guitar line, Blind Lemon Jefferson was the most important bluesman in that area.
Concerning Mississippi, the Mississippi Delta blues are the most powerful, gifted with a guitar accompaniment of great rhythm and percussion. Handy, with The Memphis Blues were the first to publish blues sheets of music in 1912 and the first recording was Crazy Blues performed by Mamie Smith in 1920.
Music can free the human soul and every single person can listen to it.
African American music became quickly part of American culture and even if its themes vary, from a pop singer to a rapper, discrimination will always be a theme in African American music; and among this, it had a big influence upon all peoples, including whites in the U. A., who started listening to it, loving it and even making it.Teaching him how to escape and leading him to the Underground Railroad are two things they are suspected to transmit.Spirituals like The Gospel Train, The Song of the Free and Following the Drinking Gourd are more related to the Underground Railroad.Later these songs were known as spirituals, religious songs, and we can find their essence in blues and gospel music.Wade in the Water is a very well-known spiritual referring both to the New and the Old Testament.Music gives you a certain perspective, a way of seeing and feeling things. By music you can express whatever you want, whatever you feel.African Americans had indeed talent and no white could contest it.Jazz was a very popular genre of music and nowadays it has success only in certain groups of people.The term made reference to the music sung in Chicago in 1915 and it was slang.They sang about their sad past and many other things, but racism is a topic whereof many contemporary musicians put it in their songs.When slavery was still legal in America, work songs sung by slaves were their only liberation.