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LCC: ML3506 .R45 2010 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 781.64 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2010008959
Table Of Contents
Born on the south side: exploring Chicago gospel, jazz, and blues, then and now (in three Parts)
Can music save the church that gave birth to gospel?
The drill sergeant of DuSable
Faded blues
Street scenes: music bubbling up from the pavement
St. John the saxist
A groovable feast
In the home of jazz, swing definitely not the thing
Heavenly choir
Night school
Havana's pulse: at the nexus of Afro-Cuban jazz
Homegrown virtuosos
"I may never get to the heart of jazz"
Link to the past: Compay Segundo upholds the traditions of a more romantic era
Back in the swing: the spotlight is finally reaching an early master of Afro-Cuban jazz
Latin evolution: the remarkable Cachao is the real mambo king
Sound architect: Buena Vista's unsung hero brings his band to Chicago
Musings on Satchmo: behind the famous facade (in two parts)
Jazz giant's private views show anger behind smile
The thoroughly human side of a jazz virtuoso
Crisis of culture in New Orleans: the aftermath of hurricane Katrina (in four parts)
Battered by Katrina
The long march back
Treasures of music lovers now just so much debris
The struggle to reclaim threads of the past
Ellington's legacy: grasping an enormous oeuvre
Maestro's mystique
Fans recover Ellington's lost musical
Silent for thirty-five years, Ellington's restored musical celebrates black culture, composer's genius
Lost classics
The unknown Ellington
Sinatra songs: listening anew to the voice
A bouquet for Sinatra
Frank Sinatra: the virtuoso
The memory of all that...
"The sound of surprise": unexpected developments in jazz
Let freedom swing
The measure of jazz
Completely hot: Live at the Plugged Nickel
Maturity isn't the right key in today's jazz
Landmark blues opera De Organizer powerfully reborn
Lady has her say
Gershwin reconsidered: assessing America's quintessential composer, a century later
Bittersweet rhapsody
Gershwin at one hundred
Porgy and Bess
Race music: crossing the color line-in sound
"It took our minds off of the bad things"
Coming to America
Anniversary tune
"Strange fruit": the song too painful to sing
Chicago radicals: the alluring eccentrics of Chicago jazz
Ragtime blues: Reginald Robinson
Patricia Barber has built her career defying conventions
Jazzman: Kurt Elling
Jazz lovers are beating a path to Fred Anderson and his Velvet Lounge
Chicago jazzman among "genius grant" winners: Ken Vandermark
Profiles in jazz: major voices speak
Herbie's blues
Nobody knows the trouble she's seen: Dee Dee Bridgewater
Ornette Coleman still blazing a musical trail
The last diva: Lena Horne
Von Freeman is Chicago jazz history
Panama's vanished music: searching for the missing link of jazz-in Panama (in three parts)
A culture with a lost past
"I've got to go back home"
Falling on deaf ears
Farewells: final parting from the masters
Legendary farewell: Lionel Hampton
Sounding the trumpet: Miles Davis
An underrated legend: Ella Fitzgerald
A free-form life: Sun Ra
Favors's spirit will live on through music
Spirit of Dorsey's songs fills his "home-going".
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Reich, Howard. Let freedom swing