Juan Luis Guerra
Todo Tiene Su Hora
For Ever
Miles Davis

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Originating in Haiti during the 1960s, the mini-jazz movement was influenced by other Caribbean music styles, the British Invasion, and French pop. Comprised of electric guitar, bass, saxophone, and drums, these mini-jazz groups -- most of them teenagers -- covered imported pop hits and traditional Haitian classics; by the 1970s, many of them developed into larger and more proficient units, some even relocating to the U.S. to seek fame and fortune.

Mini Jazz Artists Highlights

Juan Luis Guerra
Juan Luis Guerra
Miles Davis
Miles Davis
Conrad Herwig
Conrad Herwig

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Todo Tiene Su Hora
Juan Luis Guerra / Juan ...
Todo Tiene Su Hora
For Ever
Skah Shah #1
For Ever
Choros: Sucessos Inesquecíveis
Various Artists
Choros: Sucessos ...
Sofrito: International Soundclash
Sofrito
Sofrito: International ...
Top Shelf
The Warren Vache - John ...
Top Shelf
The Latin Side of Herbie Hancock
Randy Brecker / Conrad ...
The Latin Side of Herbie ...

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Mini Jazz Song Highlights

Title/Composer Performer Stream
Canto a Colombia Juan Luis Guerra
Oliloqui Valley
Conrad Herwig
Bye Bye Blackbird
Miles Davis
Vibrations Groove
Lord Shorty & Vibrations International
Odeon Pixinguinha

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