Rhythm Sections

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Rhythm Section
... A rhythm section is a collection of musicians who make up a section of instruments (generally within a modern small musical ensemble, such as a jazz band) which ... A rhythm section can be found in many other types of modern musical ensembles besides jazz, such as country, blues, and rock ... In modern rock music, a rhythm guitarist is a guitarist who specializes in playing rhythmic and chordal (as opposed to melodic and leading) sections ...
Rhythm Section - Components - R&B, Rock and Pop
... R B and Rock and Roll groups in the 1950s emphasized rhythm, their bands generally consisting only of the standard swing band rhythm section of guitar ... double bass in the 1960s, and as the music progressed into the 1960s, the term "rhythm section" as used in a pop music context often came to refer to just the bass and drums ... and Ringo Starr of the Beatles were referred to as the band's rhythm section ...
Southern Soul - Notable Artists - Rhythm Sections
... The Memphis Horns Wayne Jackson – trumpet Andrew Love – saxophone The Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section Barry Beckett – piano Roger Hawkins – drums David Hood – bass ...

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