7 edition of The encyclopedia of jazz in the sixties found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Leonard Feather ; foreword by John Lewis.|
|Series||A Da Capo paperback|
|LC Classifications||ML105 .F35 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||312 p. :|
|Number of Pages||312|
|LC Control Number||85031125|
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The appearance of two later volumes, The Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties and The Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Seventies (with Ira Gitler) only confirmed the initial enthusiasm and the judgement that here were basic books for any music marks the first paperback publication of this book, soon to be followed by paperback editions of the other two volumes.
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Ship This Item — Temporarily Out of Stock Online. Publish your book with B&N. Learn More. The B&N Mastercard® Author: Leonard Feather. Leonard Feather's the Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties Volume One: the Blues A recorded companion to the Horizon Press book of the same name/5(5).
After founding The Encyclopedia of Jazz series in the mid s, he moved to California, becoming the jazz columnist for the Los Angeles Times and The Book of Jazz.
Leonard Feather died in Ira Gitler's writing has helped illuminate the jazz scene fromwhen he wrote the first of countless album and CD annotations/5(8).
The appearance of two later volumes, The Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties and The Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Seventies (with Ira Gitler) only confirmed the initial enthusiasm and the judgement that here were basic books for any music marks the first paperback publication of this book, soon to be followed by paperback editions of the other two volumes/5(30).
The appearance of two later volumes, The Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties and The encyclopedia of jazz in the sixties book Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Seventies (with Ira Gitler) only confirmed the initial enthusiasm and the judgement.
Encyclopedia of Jazz is an album released on the Verve label The encyclopedia of jazz in the sixties book by jazz journalist The encyclopedia of jazz in the sixties book Feather featuring tracks which were recorded to accompany Feather's Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties.
The album features three tracks by the Encyclopedia of Jazz All Stars arranged and conducted by Oliver Nelson along with one track each by Jimmy Smith with Wes Montgomery, Count Basie and Genre: Jazz. s in jazz. In the late s, Latin jazz, combining rhythms from African and Latin American countries, often played on instruments such as conga, timbale, güiro, and claves, with jazz and classical harmonies played on typical jazz instruments (piano, double bass, etc.) broke through.
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Have you ever wondered how old Miles Davis was when he got his first trumpet. From birth dates to gig dates and from recordings to television specials, Leonard Feather and Ira Gitler have left no stone unturned in their quest for accurate, detailed information on the careers of jazz musicians from around the world.
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At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Leonard Geoffrey Feather (13 September – 22 September ) was a British-born jazz pianist, composer, and producer, who was best known for his music journalism and other writing.
5 External links. Feather was born in London, England, into an upper middle-class Jewish family. He learned to play the piano and clarinet without formal.
Almost a Preface Most books on the history of jazz music, even the ones published very recently (see the bibliography), tend to devote % of the pages to jazz before the Sixties, and then to quickly summarize (with countless omissions) the last 40 years.
This diverse LP, which was released in conjunction with Leonard Feather's Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Sixties, is most significant for including three songs by a group led by arranger Oliver Nelson that was called "Leonard Feather's Encyclopedia of Jazz All-Stars." Highpoint is "I Remember Bird" which features altoist Phil flip side of the LP has material available elsewhere 6/ History of the encyclopedia.
Larkin believed that rock music and popular music were at least as significant historically as classical music, and as such, should be given definitive treatment and properly documented. The Encyclopedia of Popular Music is the result. InLarkin sold his half of the publishing company Scorpion Books to finance his ambition to publish an encyclopedia of.
Along with the ten-volume encyclopedia, Larkin also wrote the book All Time Top Albums, and edited the Guinness Who's Who Of Jazz, the Guinness Who's Who Of Blues, and the Virgin Encyclopedia Of Heavy Rock The compiler of the most extensive database of popular music in Europe and the US, a writer and book designer by trade, Larkin has overcopies in print to : (age 69–70), Dagenham, Essex, United.
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13,London, Eng.—died Sept. 22,Encino, Calif., U.S.), British-born American jazz journalist, producer, and songwriter whose standard reference work, The Encyclopedia of Jazz, and energetic advocacy placed him among the most influential of jazz critics. A writer for English popular music journals in the early s.
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In the late s many jazz musicians, such as Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter, Larry Coryell, Gary Burton, Keith Jarrett, and Chick Corea, investigated the connections between rock and jazz. Find album credit information for Encyclopedia of Jazz in the '60s, Vol. 1: The Blues - Leonard Feather on AllMusic6/ Find similar albums to Encyclopedia of Jazz in the '60s, Vol.
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Jazz dance paralleled the birth and spread of jazz itself from roots in black American society and was popularized in ballrooms by the big bands of the swing era (s and ’40s). It radically altered the style of American and European stage and social dance in the 20th century.
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