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40. The spielers were shucking some hard jive from back. back beat, prominent than the maA secondary rhythmic accent. 1928 Melody Maker, Dec, p. 1295. Back Beats! (column title). , p. 28. "I'd rather use the high-hat as a back beat and break up [so called because less jor accent; current since c. " bad, adp 6- adv. [Dictionary of American Slang (i960) is mistaken in characterizing the term as an "understate- ment" cally (p. 13); the reverse the term is one of several which emphati- standard meaning: see also haed, [lo] THEBADDEST MEAN, TKRiRiBLE, TOUGH; cf.
Back beat, prominent than the maA secondary rhythmic accent. 1928 Melody Maker, Dec, p. 1295. Back Beats! (column title). , p. 28. "I'd rather use the high-hat as a back beat and break up [so called because less jor accent; current since c. " bad, adp 6- adv. [Dictionary of American Slang (i960) is mistaken in characterizing the term as an "understate- ment" cally (p. 13); the reverse the term is one of several which emphati- standard meaning: see also haed, [lo] THEBADDEST MEAN, TKRiRiBLE, TOUGH; cf.
Etym. unknown; current 1. since except historical] Original ley's Handbook c. See quots. of Harlem 1930-c. 1945, obs. — 1944 Dan Bur- Jive, p. 134. blip: a — 1945 Hepcats Jive Talk Dictionary, — 1946 Really the Blues, cent Managers would murder own mothers for a deuce — 1956 The Real Jazz Old and New, of A nickel. v. coin. five . p. is p. 148. five cents. [poss. 2. 114. their . blips. , depression 1930's there was an esp. close relation be- tween money and pleasure; i960 Dictionary of American Slang, p.
A Jazz Lexicon by Robert S Gold