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  • Michael Bubleby Juliet Peel

    Little, Brown Book Group 2010; Not Available

    Michael Bublé is an international singing sensation. Since his debut in 2003, he has sold 18 million albums, won numerous awards (including a Grammy), reached the top 10 in the UK charts with his first album, ?Michael Bublé?, and the top 50 of the Billboard 200 album charts for the same CD. His second album, ?It?s Time?, was more successful still,... more...

  • The Swing Eraby Gunther Schuller

    Oxford University Press, USA 1989; US$ 21.99

    Here is the book jazz lovers have eagerly awaited, the second volume of Gunther Schuller's monumental The History of Jazz. When the first volume, Early Jazz, appeared two decades ago, it immediately established itself as one of the seminal works on American music. Nat Hentoff called it "a remarkable breakthrough in musical analysis of jazz,"... more...

  • Harlem Jazz Adventuresby Timme Rosenkrantz; Fradley Hamilton Garner

    Scarecrow Press 2012; US$ 74.99

    Timme Rosenkrantz (1911-1969) was a journalist, author, concert and record producer, broadcaster, and entrepreneur with a consuming passion for jazz and little head for business. He was the first European journalist to cover the jazz scene in Harlem from 1934 to 1969. In this English translation and adaptation of the original Danish-language memoir... more...

  • The Jazz Loft Projectby Sam Stephenson

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2012; US$ 40.00

    In 1957, Eugene Smith, a thirty-eight-year-old magazine photographer, walked out of his comfortable settled world?his longtime well-paying job at Life and the home he shared with his wife and four children in Croton-on-Hudson, New York?to move into a dilapidated, five-story loft building at 821 Sixth Avenue (between Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth... more...

  • Chasin the Traneby J.C. Thomas

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2012; US$ 28.95

    He was always elusive, on and off the stand; like his music, he was constantly moving, incessantly changing. Just as Charlie Parker stood astride the jazz world of the late 40s and 50s, so did John Coltrane in the late 50s and 60s. Trane was a giant of the saxophone and a major composer.  His music also influenced rock and classical musicians, such... more...

  • Space Is the Placeby John F. Szwed

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2012; US$ 29.95

    Always riveting, Space Is the Place is the definitive biography of "one of the great big-band leaders, pianists, and surrealists of jazz"  ( The New York Times )?unparalleled for his purposeful outlandishness, a man who exerted a powerful influence over a vast array of artists. Sun Ra?a/k/a Herman Poole "Sonny  Blount?was born in Alabama on May... more...

  • Miss Shirley Basseyby John L. Williams

    Quercus 2013; US$ 16.95

    From "Hot from Harlem" to "Goldfinger," the story of how a two-bit jazz singer from Cardiff became an immortal icon: In 1954, Shirley Bassey was seventeen years old. She had just returned from a cheesy revue tour called "Hot from Harlem". Depressed, disillusioned and four months? pregnant, she decided that her dream of being a professional singer... more...

  • Harmonicas, Harps and Heavy Breathersby Kim Field

    Cooper Square Press 2000; US$ 17.99

    This definitive volume celebrates the harmonica's illustrious history, focusing on every musical genre that has felt the harp's impact. more...

  • Jazz Greats Speakby Roland Baggenæs

    Scarecrow Press 2008; US$ 40.99

    In this collection of interviews originally published in CODA magazine, Jazz artists such as Lee Konitz, Mary Lou Williams, Dexter Gordon, and John Tchicai talk about their dedication to the music and about their careers. Taken together, the interviews offer an insight in the development of jazz. more...

  • The Musical World of J.J. Johnsonby Joshua Berrett; III Louis G. Bourgois

    Scarecrow Press 2001; US$ 54.99

    Now in Paperback! J.J. Johnson, known as the spiritual father of modern trombone, has been a notable figure in the history of jazz. His career has embodied virtually every innovation and development in jazz over the past half-century. The first comprehensive biography, filmography, catalog of compositions, and discography of J.J. Johnson. more...