Bing Crosby: A Pocketful Of Dreams, The Early Years 1903-1940 By Gary Giddins
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Bing Crosby: A Pocketful Of Dreams, The Early Years 1903-1940 By Gary Giddins
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Little, Brown, New York, 2001, First Printing with complete number line. Perhaps at first glance an unlikely subject for one of the finest jazz writers of his generation, but Giddins has always had a broad and compelling reach as a cultural critic and historian, and in this definitive biography makes a compelling case for Bing Crosby as the virtual inventor of pop singing and the dominant figure in American popular culture in the Twentieth Century. In quarter black over grey boards, spine ends compressed, else about fine, tight and unmarked in an unclipped, near fine dust jacket, touch of shelf wear, slight soiling to panels, rubbing to rear top point. J1593

Bing Crosby: A Pocketful Of Dreams, The Early Years 1903-1940 By Gary Giddins
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Bing Crosby: A Pocketful Of Dreams, The Early Years 1903-1940 By Gary Giddins
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