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  • ISBN: 0520261135
  • ISBN: 9780520261136 (cloth : alk. paper)
  • Physical Description: xvii, 246 p. ; 24 cm.
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  • Publisher: Berkeley : University of California Press, c2010.

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What am I here for? The rules of my jazz odyssey ... Read More
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A collection of essays, interviews, and personal ... Read More
Subject: Music History and criticism
Jazz History and criticism

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At the Jazz Band Ball : Sixty Years on the Jazz Scene
At the Jazz Band Ball : Sixty Years on the Jazz Scene
by Hentoff, Nat; Porter, Lewis (Foreword by)
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At the Jazz Band Ball : Sixty Years on the Jazz Scene

SectionSection DescriptionPage Number
Foreword   Lewis Porterp. xi
Acknowledgmentsp. xvii
1    Who Owns Jazz?p. 9
2    My Debt to Artie Shawp. 11
Introductionp. 1
Part 1What Am I Here for? The Rules of My Jazz Odyssey
4    Beyond the Processp. 14
Part 2In the Presence of Ellington
8    Essentially Duke (and Wynton)p. 24
3    The Family of Jazzp. 12
5    Playing Changes on Jazz Interviewsp. 16
7    Duke Ellington's Posthumous Revengep. 23
6    Inside the Ellington Bandp. 21
9    Ellington's Band Is Heavenly in These "Live" Forties Recordingsp. 26
Part 3Jazz Credentials
11    No One Else Sounded Like "Pee Wee" Russellp. 33
12    Just Call Him Theloniousp. 35
14    Oscar Peterson: A Jazz "Behemoth" Moves Onp. 42
10    Is Jazz Black Music?p. 31
13    Remembering Dizzyp. 40
15    A Great Night in Providence for Jazz and Snowp. 43
16    The Perfect Jazz Clubp. 45
17    Anita O'Day: The Life of a Music Legendp. 47
18    The Music of the 1930s Is Back in Full Swingp. 49
19    The Expansive Jazz Journey of Marian McPartlandp. 52
20    Going Inside Jazz with Wyntonp. 54
Part 4The Jazz Life on and off the Road
21    Memories are Made of This: A Conversation with Clark Terryp. 59
22    Man, I'm So Lucky to Be a Jazz Musician: Phil Woodsp. 66
23    Conventional Unwisdom about Jazzp. 74
Part 5Who is a Jazz Singer?
24    Are Krall and Monheit Jazz Singers?p. 79
25    Billie Holiday, Live: A Biography in Musicp. 80
26    This Daughter of Jazz Is One Cool Catp. 83
27    The Springtime of Frank Sinatrap. 85
28    Sinatra Sings in Vegas, and You are Therep. 87
29    She's on the Road to Renownp. 89
30    Bing and Guests Swing on the Airp. 91
Part 6The life force of the music
31    The Joyous Power of Black Gospel Musicp. 97
32    The Healing Power of Jazzp. 99
33    Old Country Jewish Blues and Ornette Colemanp. 101
34    The Jewish Soul of Willie "The Lion" Smithp. 103
Part 7Finding the First Amendment Groove
35    Satchmo's Rap Sheetp. 109
36    The Constitution of a Jazzmanp. 111
37    How Jazz Helped Hasten the Civil Rights Movementp. 113
38    The Congressman from the Land of Jazzp. 117
39    Jazz Musicians in the Public Squarep. 119
40    Quincy Jones-Past, Present and Futurep. 121
Part 8Roots
41    King Oliver in the Groove(s)p. 127
42    Giants at Playp. 129
43    Barrelhouse Chuck Goering Keeps the Blues Alivep. 131
44    Jazz's History Is Living in Queens...p. 133
45    Uncovering Jazz Trailsp. 136
46    Expanding the Mapp. 138
Part 9The Survivors
47    The Thoreau of Jazzp. 143
48    A Living Memory of Dr. Artp. 145
49    Barren Daysp. 146
50    Keeping Jazz-and Its Musicians-Alivep. 148
51    In New Orleans, the Saints are Marching In Againp. 150
52    The Beating Heart of Jazzp. 152
Part 10The Regenerators
53    Bridging Generationsp. 157
54    The Rebirth of the Hot Jazz Violinp. 159
55    The Newest Jazz Generationp. 161
56    Born in Israelp. 163
57    Theo Croker Arrivesp. 164
58    The Ladies Who Swung the Bandp. 167
59    Nineteen-Year-Old Saxophonist Verifies Future of Jazzp. 172
Part 11The Master Teachers
60    A Complete Jazzmanp. 177
61    The Lifetime Teacher: Jon Faddisp. 178
62    A House of Swing-for All Agesp. 193
63    Inside the Jazz Experience: Ron Carterp. 196
64    These Little Kids Think Coltrane Is Coolp. 210
Epilogue: My Life Lessons from the Jazz "Souls on Fire"p. 213
Creditsp. 223
Indexp. 227
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