Jazz For Curious Listeners: the Year in Jazz - 1938
"Jazz For Curious Listeners" is an excellent program (informative and enjoyable) directly from the National Jazz Museum in Harlem.
"The Year in Jazz - is a retrospective to the particular very important year in the Jazz history.
Protected content a wonderful year for jazz, and quite the opposite for the world at large, which was roiled in conflicts. We trace the work of 12 great pianists through their recordings that year (Basie, Ellington, Jelly Roll Morton, Mary Lou Williams and others) and also look at New York Times headlines from the day their sessions were recorded.
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