Review: What Did We Do to Be so Black and Blue?
Reviewed Works: Cats of Any Color: Jazz Black and White by Gene Lees; Reading Jazz by David Meltzer; Jazz: The American Theme Song by James Lincoln Collier
Review by: Scott DeVeaux
The Musical Quarterly
Vol. 80, No. 3 (Autumn, 1996), pp. 392-430
Published by: Oxford University Press
Page Count: 39
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