Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music is a studio album by American singer and pianist Ray Charles. The album departed further stylistically from the rhythm and blues music Charles had recorded for Atlantic Records.
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Two years into his contract with ABC-Paramount, he had already become a fixture in the Top Ten with both his singles and his albums, winning a Grammy for his 1960 single "Georgia on My Mind. Charles had freedom to do whatever he wanted, and he chose to record interpretations of 12 country songs, drawing almost equally from recent hits and older standards .
Alternating bass-line country rhythms – in this lesson we continue teaching country rhythm playing. Here we continue teaching the fast country 2-beat rhythms. In this lesson you will learn to walk the bass line up and down through each respective chord change in the common I-V-I country rhythm pattern. This device is used all the time in country rhythm playing. Acoustic Fingerstyle Rhythm – in this lesson you will learn some acoustic fingerstyle country rhythm playing. Jeff Ross discusses the regional differences in guitar tones and how that influenced the country music sounds of the times. Topics discussed include the country "twang", the Fender Telecaster, pickups and pickup settings, amplifiers, effects, reverb, delay, compression, tremolo arms, and volume pedals.
The history of country music has witnessed the genre progress from a small regional sub-genre to the massive powerhouse country music is today. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1961. The First Family of Country Music. The Carter Family (L-R Maybelle Carter, Sarah Carter and . Carter) poses for a portrait on the road circa 1930. Donaldson Collection, Getty Images. It blended the upbeat horn-driven sounds of the Big Band era with New Orleans jazz, blues, and Dixieland. Drums were first incorporated by western swing, and the eclectic musical mix included saxophones, pianos, and a Hawaiian instrument called the steel guitar. Prominent western swing figures included Bob Wills (the "King of Western Swing"), the Light Crust Doughboys, and Milton Brown (the Father of Western Swing ).
Contra dances are organized across the country, but especially in Southern cities were contra dance aficionados are eager to take to the dance floor. This is a couples’ dance that uses long lines and square dance-style commands-plus the dulcet sounds of fiddle and banjo-to get couples twirling through the dance hall. Incredibly catchy, these dances use the rhythms and energy of jazz music in numerous styles, including the jitterbug, Lindy Hop, and Charleston.
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