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It shouldn't surprise anyone that Woody Allen lists "Really the Blues" as one of his top five favorite books. And, why not? Read morePublished 2 months ago by Peter Baklava
Enjoyed the book but the copy I received was in poor condition. The binding was so dried out that as each page was turned it fell out. Read morePublished 6 months ago by grumpy
This is a really fascinating book. I'm taking a class in the history of jazz and we were assigned this book to read. It is really good.Published 9 months ago by Jim Rhodes
I have been told it is very good, and eye opening
but I bought it for a present Anyone who is
interested in the" facts" not fiction, about
the American new York... Read more
As a musician, a reed player at that, I couldn't help but to identify with the struggles in honing one's skills to be accepted as a musician by one's peers. Read morePublished 15 months ago by martin Snelwar
He seems to have known them all, especially New Orleans style musicians. Also his problems with drug addiction, and kicking the habit cold turkey.Published 20 months ago by Jan K. Labij
I first read "Really the Blues" as a white kid in the sixties. My father had it. Lucky for me, my pappy also had a large collection of vinyl, jazz from the twenties on up... Read morePublished 23 months ago by barely ablemann
Mezz is really the Mezz...it's just bangin', man, bangin', and well written, I especially liked the fact that the cover was made entirely of cannabis, which you don't find of all... Read morePublished on June 30, 2013 by ed sugar