Jazz - Rhythms of Freedom is a companion historical documentary that accompanies Chapter 20:Mystery of the Blues in The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones. It appears on Disc 7 of Volume 3. It has a run-time of 31 minutes, 55 seconds.

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Jazz was born in America, in cotton fields and cities... in brothels and churches. In the opera house, and the night club... jazz was music of the people. It began as part of a quest for freedom among those who were disenfranchised. From their struggle, it became a platform for self-expression. For more than one hundred years, jazz has been played throughout America, and everywhere it has been played, it has been more than just a style. It has been more than just a technique. It has been a way of liberation through music.

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Produced and Written by Mike Welt.


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