This is more than just Django's history - it is the fable of gypsy jazz and the unique players in it. There are extraordinary photographs, posters, and album covers all contained here. --Curled Up With A Good Book, February 2009
This is a marvel of a book to look at, capturing not just Reinhardt and his fellow musicians... but a forgotten Europe...A book to be treasured, even by music lovers who aren't Django Reinhardt aficionados. --Songlines Book Review in January/February 2010 Issue
About the Author
Michael Dregni is the author of the New York Times bestseller Django: The Life and Music of a Gypsy Legend. He's also a guitarist struggling to play Django's music. A regular contributor to Vintage Guitar magazine, Dregni's writing has also appeared in Guitar Player and Acoustic Guitar magazines, as well as The Utne Reader and others. Alain Antonietto is the world's pioneering historian of jazz tsigane. He is the author of numerous articles on Romany music, a long-time contributor to La Revue Etudes Tsiganes, and producer of albums collecting rare Gypsy music. He is also the co-author of Django Reinhardt: Un géant sur son nuage and Django Reinhardt: Rythmes futurs.