numerology

Numerology information Rebop:

numerologyName Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace

urban

Definition funny of Rebop:

urban1. An early version of the term "bebop," i.e., a modern jazz style popularized by Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, and others. The term continued to be popular in England into the 1970s, and is sometimes combined with "bebop" to produce scat-sounding jive talk--e.g. "Bepob with the Rebop." 2. Cab Calloway uses it generally for joyous, intoxicating music, with a hint (as so often in Cab's hep talk) of drugs (see example).

urbanCab Calloway lyrics, from "Hi De Ho Man" (1947): "How'd you like to blow your top?/Dig yourself some fine rebop?/ Hi de hi, he de he,/ It's the Hi de ho man, that's me!"

songs

Songs about Rebop:

songsBoogie Re-Bop by Ace Harris from the Album The Very Best Of

songsCubano Rebop by Andy Summers from the Album Synaesthesia

songsOl' Man Rebop (1994 Remastered) by Dizzy Gillespie from the Album The Complete RCA Victor Recordings

songsGuitar Rebop by Henry Flynt from the Album Hillbilly Tape Music

songsHey Bop-a-Rebop by U.S. Navy Seals from the Album Run To Cadence With The U.S. Navy Seals

songsOo Poo Pa Do In The Rebop by Chuck E. Weiss from the Album Red Beans and Weiss

songsOl' Man Rebop by Dizzy Gillespie from the Album 100 Jazz Guitar Favorites

books

Books about Rebop:

booksBe-Bop, Re-Bop by Xam Wilson Cartier (Sep 13, 1990)

booksRebop for Bebop by Jeff Ehrhart (1985)

booksBe-Bop, Re-Bop (1987)

booksbe-bop, re-bop muse-echo Blues by CARTIER X (2012)

bookszibdap rebop #1 by Tom Brinkmann (2006)

booksZibdap Rebop #2 by Tom Brinkmann (2007)

booksZibdap Rebop #3 by Tom Brinkmann (2007)

wiki

Wiki information Rebop:

Rebop
Children's TV Program, TV Program

Rebop is an American children's television series that aired from 1976 to 1979 on PBS stations and produced by WGBH Boston. The premise was to promote social understanding and diversity among young people. LeVar Burton hosted for the final season.

Rebop Kwaku Baah
Jazz fusion Artist, Musician, Lyricist, Person, Composer, Deceased Person, Musical Artist

Anthony "Rebop" Kwaku Baah was a Ghanaian percussionist perhaps best known for working with the 1970s rock groups Traffic and Can.