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  1. a term for a form of small-combo jazz music that evolved in the early-to-mid sixties

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  2. The genre's origins lie in seminal work by John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Bill Evans, Charles Mingus and especially Herbie Hancock

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  3. Generally, the term post-bop is taken to mean jazz from the mid-sixties onward that assimilates influence from hard bop, modal jazz, the avant-garde, and free jazz, without necessarily being immediately identifiable as any of the above

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  4. The term is a fairly recent coinage and (like "Northern soul") was not in common use while the genre was active

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  5. Indie jazz article on Post-bop

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