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JAM

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Jamaica. The code is used for transactions to and from Jamaican bank accounts and for international shipping to Jamaica. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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All you need to do as the jam session leader is be creative.
Brian Chevalier, host of jam sessions at both Happy Hours and River Stop Restaurant & Sports Bar, said that jams can be "a roll of the dice," but "there's a lot of talent down here in the southern Willamette Valley."
Long-term jam session host Robert Porter confirmed that, "Most club owners do not understand jam sessions.
Steve Ajao and Andy Hamilton have always used jam sessions to open access to up-and-coming musicians and for many aspiring musicians it is the only way to play in public.
Jam sessions are an old tradition in both jazz and Latin music and provide essential functions to the music community, but most importantly, they allow emerging players to measure their instrumental proficiency and improvisational dexterity, as compared to those of revered veterans, in a responsive mano-a-mano setting, in front of a live audience.
The band revelled in jam sessions but at times, things like four-minute bongo solos made it border on self-indulgence.
Jam sessions and acoustic instrument workshops will be held throughout the weekend,alongside children's events,Irish and Appelation dance displays.
Once in Oswaldo Cruz, many stayed to listen to the masters play on a big stage and many more hung out at one of the dozens of little bars where the impromptu jam sessions were getting under way.
Dad would tell me stories about the musicians and their jam sessions;' His father, a jazz lover, immersed him in the music and its history.
The event began in his native Philadelphia as a weeklong series of performances, classes, lectures, and jam sessions to explore the cultural origins of the form and pay tribute to its pioneers.
In addition to free concerts, there are master classes, forums, jam sessions, and even jazz masses on Saturday and Sunday
Between jam sessions, Louis Armstrong typed up personal thoughts and memories such as this, and now they can be read in Louis Armstrong: In His Own Words.