Jon Hendricks is one of the originators of "vocalese," a musical style that replaces the sounds of instruments with a vocal chorus by using multi-track recording methods pioneered by Les Paul. Hendricks, with his group, Lambert, Hendricks, & Ross, launched vocalese to the forefront of jazz with their innovative debut album "Sing a Song of Basie" in 1957.
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