Jazz: The Rough Guide (Rough Guides)

Jazz The Rough Guide Rough Guides Critical biographies cover the legends of the genre as well as today s hottest young players Included are nearly recommendations of recordings

  • Title: Jazz: The Rough Guide (Rough Guides)
  • Author: Ian Carr Brian Priestley Digby Fairweather
  • ISBN: 9781858281377
  • Page: 167
  • Format: Paperback
  • Critical biographies cover the legends of the genre as well as today s hottest young players Included are nearly 3,000 recommendations of recordings.

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    1. Jazz The Topic, amongst it's enthusiasts, (as compared to Jazz The Music), is one tough jurisdiction to stake out. No one agrees on what it is. No one allows all candidates without asterisk, distinction or stipulation. Louis Armstrong peaked with the Hot Five / Hot Seven units and eventually sold out; Sarah Vaughan was great until the live Tivoli set, maybe not afterwards; Chet Baker was a great horn player, until he decided he was also a vocalist. The Ken Burns documentary called "Jazz" is exce [...]

    2. Go on ask me. Ask me anything you need to know. Go on. I dare you. See if you can catch me out. This is what this book seems to be saying to me. This is not a complete discography of jazz, nor is it a full biogrpahy of all artists, some of whom only just make an appearance, but it does cover a huge amount of music from the last 80+ years, with informed articles about anyone who has had an influence on jazz music and offers advice on what is probably their best, or at least most representative, m [...]

    3. I'm using this book as a study guide to great jazz albums and musicians I would probably never hear of though the mainstream media.Still on the A's, and so far haven't been disappointed.Really like the recommended albums/compositions per artist, it means you buy what's worth listening to, not what's on the display shelf!

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