Black and white
- London : C. Jones, [1945?]-1946.
- Physical description
- 2 v. : ill. ; 21 cm.
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|ML3561 .J3 B468 1945 PT.1||Unknown|
|ML3561 .J3 B468 1945 PT.2||Unknown|
- 1. To wit, too white : a word in the critic's ear on the appreciation of music ; Two Whites don't make a Black / by Alan Hare. Kid Ory crescents / by Eric Lister. Bix corrections ; Voorhees / by R.G.V.V. Arcadian serenaders. Letters. American recordings / by Stanley F. Dance
- 2. Editorial. Beauty without effort : A. Trevor Tolley discusses the more subtle qualities of white jazz. New Orleans in New York / by Eric Lister and Art Davidson. Doctor Jazz : Cliff Jones reviews the Jelly Roll Morton Victor album ; No blushes for Mr. Condon ; Feeling and jazz : an appreciation of Bix Beiderbecke and Adrian Rollini / by Peter Gourlay. More record labels / by William Munday.
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- Black & white
- Essays on jazz.
- Title from cover.
- Edited by Cliff Jones; Ralph Venables, Alan Woodcock, associate editors.
- "The Discographical Society's pamphlets are published by Clifford Jones"--Pt. 1, t.p. verso.
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