Orin Rhythm and blues

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Rhythm and Blues (R&B)
Stylistic origins Jazz - Blues (esp., jump blues, electric blues) - Gospel - Traditional pop
Cultural origins 1940s - 1950s,[1] United States
Typical instruments Drum kit • Double bass • Saxophone • Horns • Piano - Organ • Electric guitar • Vocals • Background vocalists
Mainstream popularity Significant from 1940s to 1960s; iconic afterwards
Derivative forms Soul • Funk • Doo-wop • Hip hop • Ska • Rocksteady  • Reggae • Rock and roll[2] • Electro • Post-disco • Urban • Hard bop
Subgenres
Contemporary R&B • Smooth R&B • Slow jam • Neo soul • Hip hop soul
Fusion genres
Juke Joint blues • R&B punk • rockabilly
Local scenes
New Orleans R&B
Other topics
List of R&B musicians

Orin Rhythm and blues


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  1. The new blue music: changes in rhythm & blues, 1950-1999, p.172
  2. "Just my soul responding: rhythm and blues, Black consciousness, and race", p.90