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Q: Speakeasies were places where what was sold illegally? Musical instruments Stolen goods Alcohol Guns
A: Speakeasies were places where ALCOHOL was sold illegally.
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User: Speakeasies were places where what was sold illegally? Musical instruments Stolen goods Alcohol Guns

Weegy: Speakeasies were places where ALCOHOL was sold illegally.
debnjerry|Points 51017|

User: Which jazz musician is regarded as the most innovative? Count Basie Duke Ellington Miles Davis King Oliver

Weegy: Duke Ellington was a hugely popular pianist, composer and big-band leader. He was one of the most important band leaders in music. [ Although known for his pioneering in jazz, Ellington also excelled in a variety of other genres, including gospel, blues, classical, popular and soundtrack. Because of his charisma and inventive use of his orchestra, Ellington is essentially responsible for making jazz an art form, similar to classical music. ]
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User: Classic jazz is also called what? Modal jazz Free jazz New Orleans style jazz Bebop

Weegy: Classic jazz is also called - C. New Orleans style. [ ]
Expert answered|dv8|Points 166|

User: Bossa nova mixed jazz with what? Gregorian chant Samba rhythms Rock and roll Rap



Weegy: Bossa nova mixed jazz with Samba rhythms.
Expert answered|emdjay23|Points 2406|

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