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Soul jazz is a genre that emerged in the 1950s and 1960s, blending elements of jazz, gospel, and rhythm and blues. It is characterized by its use of groovy, danceable rhythms, soulful melodies, and improvisation. The genre often features Hammond organ, electric guitar, and horns. Soul jazz has been described as a more accessible and commercial form of jazz, appealing to a wider audience.