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  1. This list is no different. However, rather than ranking these in order of importance or influence, we decided to pick 30 Albums that Define Cool. It’s not a “Best of XXXX” list by any stretch of the imagination (because honestly, that would be presumptuous), just thirty albums that we think are cool.

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  3. Developed in the United States after World War II, cool jazz contrasts greatly in character and style from its predecessor, bebop. Incorporating slower tempos, classical music influences, and formally constructed arrangements, cool jazz’s subdued approach began developing with musicians such as Woody Herman, Stan Getz, and Gerry Mulligan in the late s.

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  8. A second chorus gives us another example of Evans' rich ensemble style of scoring. A novel percussion instrument will be heard in this section. Devised by Bill Loughborough of Sausalito, California, it produces five tones (B – C# - E – F# - G# and the octave B) and is played with mallets made of small rubber balls.

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