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|Title||:||Selections from the Gutter: Jazz Portraits from "The Jazz Record"|
|Number of Pages||:||233 Pages|
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Selections from the Gutter: Jazz Portraits from "The Jazz Record" Reviews
I can't wholeheartedly recommend this collection of articles from Art Hodes' Jazz Record magazine, which was published for a few years in the mid 1940s. The articles are, for the most part, a product of their time, with a gee-whiz, superficial quality and lots of jokes about how much the musicians drank. But there are a few pieces here I wouldn't want to be without, such as Fred Robbins' interview with Louis Armstrong, drummer Fred Moore's "King Oliver's Last Tour," and George Lewis's reminiscences. There is probably more forgettable stuff than valuable articles here, but I'll just ignore the former and turn to the latter when I pull this one off the shelves.