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He and his bandmates often produced the work spontaneously, with a spirit of improvisational freedom that led it to be called free jazz.
The free Jazz Brunch happens every first Sunday of the month from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. goriverwalk.com Concert for Kids: Star Wars Spectacular, Sunday.
Her quirky scatting in the chorus becomes the repetitive hook, which gives the song a free jazz flair boxed into the structure of pop.
Another is the free jazz jam from 5 to 8 p.m. at Pilars every Sunday.
There’s also a free jazz-history talk about Coltrane at an Old City coffee shop.
Music is already a big part of the city’s DNA: The Motown Museum, which draws about 70,000 visitors a year, is currently undergoing expansion, while the city’s jazz festival in August is marketed as the largest free jazz festival in the world.
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