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5th May '16 2:06:40 AM aye_amber
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In the beginning, they played MilesDavis - inspired free jazz (Shorter and Zawinul had both played on Davis' albums ''In a Silent Way'' and ''Music/BitchesBrew''), and gained attention for Zawinul's innovative use of synthesizers (he was one of the first to use the instrument in jazz) and influences from everything from bebop to world music. They soon moved into a sound more oriented around funk, and shifted away from improvisations into a more melodic and thought-out compositional style, mostly dominated by Zawinul.

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In the beginning, they played MilesDavis Music/MilesDavis - inspired free jazz (Shorter and Zawinul had both played on Davis' albums ''In a Silent Way'' and ''Music/BitchesBrew''), and gained attention for Zawinul's innovative use of synthesizers (he was one of the first to use the instrument in jazz) and influences from everything from bebop to world music. They soon moved into a sound more oriented around funk, and shifted away from improvisations into a more melodic and thought-out compositional style, mostly dominated by Zawinul.
3rd May '16 1:44:12 AM Tonestronaut
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In the beginning, they played MilesDavis - inspired free jazz (Shorter and Zawinul had both played on Davis' albums ''In a Silent Way'' and [[Music/BitchesBrew ''Bitches Brew'']]), and gained attention for Zawinul's innovative use of synthesizers (he was one of the first to use the instrument in jazz) and influences from everything from bebop to world music. They soon moved into a sound more oriented around funk, and shifted away from improvisations into a more melodic and thought-out compositional style, mostly dominated by Zawinul.

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In the beginning, they played MilesDavis - inspired free jazz (Shorter and Zawinul had both played on Davis' albums ''In a Silent Way'' and [[Music/BitchesBrew ''Bitches Brew'']]), ''Music/BitchesBrew''), and gained attention for Zawinul's innovative use of synthesizers (he was one of the first to use the instrument in jazz) and influences from everything from bebop to world music. They soon moved into a sound more oriented around funk, and shifted away from improvisations into a more melodic and thought-out compositional style, mostly dominated by Zawinul.
3rd May '16 1:43:31 AM Tonestronaut
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In the beginning, they played MilesDavis - inspired free jazz (Shorter and Zawinul had both played on Davis' albums ''In a Silent Way'' and [[Music/BitchesBrew ''Bitches Brew']]), and gained attention for Zawinul's innovative use of synthesizers (he was one of the first to use the instrument in jazz) and influences from everything from bebop to world music. They soon moved into a sound more oriented around funk, and shifted away from improvisations into a more melodic and thought-out compositional style, mostly dominated by Zawinul.

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In the beginning, they played MilesDavis - inspired free jazz (Shorter and Zawinul had both played on Davis' albums ''In a Silent Way'' and [[Music/BitchesBrew ''Bitches Brew']]), Brew'']]), and gained attention for Zawinul's innovative use of synthesizers (he was one of the first to use the instrument in jazz) and influences from everything from bebop to world music. They soon moved into a sound more oriented around funk, and shifted away from improvisations into a more melodic and thought-out compositional style, mostly dominated by Zawinul.
22nd Apr '16 9:53:01 PM KidDynamite
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* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly: A mixture of bebop, rock, free jazz, funk, Latin jazz and world music.
* NobodyLovesTheBassist: Averted BIG TIME. Pastorius is considered one of the all time greats to pick up the four string and many bassists will tell you about his influence on them.

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* LeadBassist: Jaco Pastorius is considered one of the all-time greats to pick up the four-string and many bassists will tell you about his influence on them.
* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly: A mixture of bebop, rock, free jazz, funk, Latin jazz and world music. \n* NobodyLovesTheBassist: Averted BIG TIME. Pastorius is considered one of the all time greats to pick up the four string and many bassists will tell you about his influence on them.
19th Feb '16 8:39:05 PM DavidDelony
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* NobodyLovesTheBassist: Averted BIG TIME. Pastorius is considered one of the all time greats to pick up the four string and many bassist will tell you about his influence on them

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* NobodyLovesTheBassist: Averted BIG TIME. Pastorius is considered one of the all time greats to pick up the four string and many bassist bassists will tell you about his influence on themthem.
17th Jan '16 12:55:49 PM guyguyguy
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*NobodyLovesTheBassist: Averted BIG TIME. Pastorius is considered one of the all time greats to pick up the four string and many bassist will tell you about his influence on them
17th Jan '16 12:44:58 PM guyguyguy
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In the beginning, they played MilesDavis - inspired free jazz (Shorter and Zawinul had both played on Davis' albums ''In a Silent Way'' and ''Bitches Brew''), and gained attention for Zawinul's innovative use of synthesizers (he was one of the first to use the instrument in jazz) and influences from everything from bebop to world music. They soon moved into a sound more oriented around funk, and shifted away from improvisations into a more melodic and thought-out compositional style, mostly dominated by Zawinul.

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In the beginning, they played MilesDavis - inspired free jazz (Shorter and Zawinul had both played on Davis' albums ''In a Silent Way'' and [[Music/BitchesBrew ''Bitches Brew''), Brew']]), and gained attention for Zawinul's innovative use of synthesizers (he was one of the first to use the instrument in jazz) and influences from everything from bebop to world music. They soon moved into a sound more oriented around funk, and shifted away from improvisations into a more melodic and thought-out compositional style, mostly dominated by Zawinul.
11th Feb '15 5:45:40 AM TrustBen
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* EpicRiff: Jaco Pastorius' basslines; "Barbary Coast" has a particularly good one.



* SignatureSong: "Birdland".
20th Apr '13 7:43:04 AM Sen
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* ControlFreak: Zawinul completely took over the band's composition in their later years; for an extreme example, on their second self-titled album, he would write out all of Jaco Pastorius' basslines and double them on his synthesizer. That's right, he was writing basslines for ''one of the greatest bassists of all time''.

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* ControlFreak: Zawinul completely took over the band's composition in their later years; for an extreme example, on their second self-titled album, he would write out all of Jaco Pastorius' basslines and double them on his synthesizer. That's right, he was writing basslines for ''one of the greatest bassists of all time''. Unsurprisingly, Jaco quit the band after the album was recorded.
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