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'''Hard bop jazz''' is a more aggressive style of jazz music that was affected from the mid-1950s to the mid-1960s; chronologically, it follows the cool and precedes the jazz avant-gardes (specifically, free jazz and modal jazz). At the time, also the name of East Coast jazz, as opposed to West Coast jazz.1
 
'''Hard bop jazz''' is a more aggressive style of jazz music that was affected from the mid-1950s to the mid-1960s; chronologically, it follows the cool and precedes the jazz avant-gardes (specifically, free jazz and modal jazz). At the time, also the name of East Coast jazz, as opposed to West Coast jazz.1
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Hard bop jazz is a more aggressive style of jazz music that was affected from the mid-1950s to the mid-1960s; chronologically, it follows the cool and precedes the jazz avant-gardes (specifically, free jazz and modal jazz). At the time, also the name of East Coast jazz, as opposed to West Coast jazz.1

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