Jazz is a cultural marxist program of the Saturn cult that controls the music industry, that employs and exploits mind controlled black artists, promoted in the media industry as the ideal archetype of free thinking, innovative avant-garde artists, and works in unison with the Multiculti and Black Church.

The most famous jazz musicians are: Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, John Coltrane, Bill Evans, Count Basie, Thelonious Monk, Stan Getz, Charles Mingus, Charlie Parker, Herbie Hancock,..

History of Jazz

1880s Africans of the Atlantic slave trade in the US develop New Orleans blues and ragtime.

1910 New Orleans jazz (Dixieland) in Storyville New Orleans.

1917 Original Dixie Jass Band on Victor Records.

1919 jazz bands perform in speakeasies during Prohibition (controlled by the mafia). Igor Stravinsky helps popularising ragtime.

1920 swing era with big bands. Tin Pan Alley network of jewish Americans.

1923 Harlem Renaissance Cotton Club nightclub scene in NY with Duke Ellington (US Navy family, raised in Washington DC, member of the Boulé), Count Basie (Omega Psi Phi), Louis Armstrong, Ethel Waters,...

1927 The Jazz Singer Al Johnson (related to Philip Glass).

1930 Kansas City jazz. Django Reinhardt popularizes gipsy jazz.

1932 Eli Oberstein founds RCA sublabel Bluebird Records, also specialized in Chicago Blues.

1937 As antagonist of the Hitlerjugend, the Edelweiss Pirates and the Swing Youth trend is spread in Hamburg and Berlin Germany, of youngsters listening and dancing to American jazz with short skirts for girls and long hair for boys (actor Johannes Heesters as idol, mentality of internationalism and self-indulgence).

1939 Alfred Lion and Max Margulis (NY art scene) form Bluenote Records.

1940 Be Bop (Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, more intellectual than dancing tradition of swing). Dixieland revival.

1945 Lawrence Berk (MIT, Raytheon) founds Berklee College of Music in Boston (Quincy Jones).

1949 rise of cool jazz (Miles Davis).

1953 George Russell (friend of Davis) develops a theory of modal jazz in Lydian Chromatic Concept of Tonal Organisation.

1955 Hard Bop. Free jazz. Charlie Parker and Charles Mingus are treated at Bellevue Hospital like William Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg (Beatniks of Greenwich Village). Pannonica Rothschild (nicknamed The Jazz Baroness) serves as patron of Charlie Parker, Bud Powell, Sonny Clark, Horace Silver and Thelonious Monk.

1956 Duke Ellington Ellington at Newport. Blue Note employs photographer Reid Miles (Esquire of Hearst). Ella and Louis (Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong).

1957 John Coltrane Blue Train. Miles Davis (Order of Malta) Birth of the Cool (Cool jazz).

1958 Art Blakey and the Messengers of Jazz. L'Ascensceur pour l'échafaud (French Nouvelle Vague, actress Jeanne Moreau) by Louis Malle (married to Candice Bergen) with music of Miles Davis.

1959 Modal jazz. Miles Davis Kind of Blue (John Coltrane, Bill Evans) Columbia Records. Miles Davis and John Coltrane are used to normalise heroin addiction. Dave Brubeck Time Out. Black Orpheus Antonio Carlos Jobim (Brazilian Bossa Nova).

1960 John Coltrane Giant Steps Atlantic Records.

1962 Thelonious Monk Cris-Cross Columbia with liner notes by Pannonica Rothschild. Takin' Off Herbie Hancock debut album on Blue Note.

1964 Eric Dolphy Out to Lunch!. Sun Ra, Pharao Sanders.

1965 John Coltrane A Love Supreme. Herbie Hancock Maiden Voyage with Freddie Hubbard and George Coleman.

1966 John Coltrane Ascension (free jazz, Pharao Sanders). John Coltrane Live at the Village Vanguard Again! (Greenwich Village). Herbie Hancock (Buddhist organization Soka Gakkai International) soundtrack of Michelangelo Antonioni's Blow Up (Swinging London scene).

1969 Miles Davis In a Silent Way (fusion with Rock, Laurel Canyon musician Frank Zappa). Davis collaborates with Chic Corea (Chelsea Hotel, Scientology).

1970 Miles Davis Bitches Brew.

1971 Blue Note Records is bought by Liberty Records (United Artists Records, EMI).

1973 Herbie Hancock Head Hunters Columbia.

1976 North Sea Jazz festival in Netherlands.

1980 smooth jazz (Sade, Kenny G).

1981 Blue Note opens a jazz club in Greenwich Village.

1988 heroin overdose of Chet Baker.

1993 jazz rap, A Tribe Called Quest, Guru Jazzmattaz. Robert Glasper (The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music).

2008 Hannah Rothschild produces The Jazz Baroness. Esperanza Spalding (Berklee College of Music, Soka Gakkai International), Brad Mehldau (The New School, Warner), Kurt Rosenwinkel (Berklee, collaborated with Q-Tip), Kamasi Washington (Alexander Hamilton High School like Michelle Philips, Nipsey Hussle and Shia LaBeouf, on Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp a Butterfly).

2012 Herbie Hancock teaches at UCLA.

2021 Erica Muhl (USC Jimmy Iovine and André Young Academly, daughter of Universal Pictures president Edward Muhl) as president of Berklee.

the Music Industry

Miles Davis