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Jazz and the phonograph were made for each other. Without the medium of recording, a music so defined by spontaneity of invention, individuality of instrumental sound, and rhythmic complexity that defies musical notation could not have been so rapidly or wholly disseminated, nor lent itself to rehearing, studying, and copying. Without recordings, jazz might have remained a temporary regional phenomenon. essential jazz albums

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