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What is call and response in jazz music?

What is call and response in jazz music?

Samantha Meazell. In music, call and response is a technique where one musician offers a phrase and a second player answers with a direct commentary or response to the offered phrase. The musicians build on each other's offering and work together to move the song along and create a sound that's inventive and collective

What songs use call and response?

Seven Examples of Call and Response in Contemporary Music“Dueling Banjos” by Arthur Smith (1954). “My Generation” by The Who (1965). “A Girl Like You” by Edwyn Collins (1994). “Say it Loud – I'm Black and I'm Proud” by James Brown (1968). “Success” by Iggy Pop (1977).