Central Avenue Sounds: Jazz In Los Angeles Edited By Clora Bryant, Buddy Collette, Steven Isoardi And Others
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Central Avenue Sounds: Jazz In Los Angeles Edited By Clora Bryant, Buddy Collette, Steven Isoardi And Others
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University Of California Press, Berkeley & Los Angeles, 1998, First Printing with complete number line. A valuable oral history of the Central Avenue area which from the 20's to the early 50's was the economic, social and, above all, musical center of black Los Angeles. Compiled from extensive interviews with nineteen musicians, including Art Farmer, Lee Young, Melba Liston and Buddy Collette, who were part of the once flourishing Central Avenue jazz scene. Quarter bound in black cloth over purple boards, slight compression to spine ends, light creasing to spine, otherwise, about fine, clean, unmarked in a like, unclipped dust jacket, slightly rubbed, touch of soiling to rear panel. Quite uncommon in the hard cover first printing. J1212

Central Avenue Sounds: Jazz In Los Angeles Edited By Clora Bryant, Buddy Collette, Steven Isoardi And Others
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Central Avenue Sounds: Jazz In Los Angeles Edited By Clora Bryant, Buddy Collette, Steven Isoardi And Others
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Central Avenue Sounds: Jazz In Los Angeles Edited By Clora Bryant, Buddy Collette, Steven Isoardi And Others
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Central Avenue Sounds: Jazz In Los Angeles Edited By Clora Bryant, Buddy Collette, Steven Isoardi And Others
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