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Re-issue: Paramount Blues and Jazz
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Classic American Popular Songs
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Big Bands
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Books from the Jazzology Family of Record Labels

Tom Sancton - Songs For My Fathers: A New Orleans Story In Black And White

Featuring: Song For My Fathers is the story of a young white boy driven by a consuming passion to learn the music and ways of a group of aging black jazzmen in the twilight years of the segregation era. Contemporaries of Louis Armstrong, most of them had played

Mem: $15   Non: $15.00

The Original Tuxedo Jazz Band By Sally Newhart

Featuring: In 1910, the Tuxedo Jazz Band played for the first time at the Tuxedo Dance Hall in Storyville under Oscar Celestin. The popular ensemble went on to play all over New Orleans, as well as across the South and the nation. In 1953, it became the first j

Mem: $20   Non: $20.00

Preservation Hall By William Carter / Out Of Print

Featuring: Nothing entered.

Mem: $25.00   Non: $25.00

The Hottest Trumpet The Kid Howard Story By Brian Harvey

Featuring: This wonderful biography by jazz writer Brian Harvey is published in 184 pages and includes a CD of never before released rare recordings

Mem: $25.00   Non: $25.00

Clarinet Marmalade: The Life & Music Of Tony Parenti By Derek Coller

Featuring: Featuring a CD : Jazz At The Town Hall, NYC 10/26/1946 with Marty Masala, Eddie Edwards, Tony Parenti, Pops Foster and Tony Sbarbaro.

The book is based upon the words of Tony Parenti as gathered by Roy Morser and Frank Gillis. 176 pag

Mem: $25.00   Non: $25.00

Bunk Johnson, Song Of The Wanderer By Mike Hazeldine And Barry Martyn

Featuring: TUNES: Bolden Style, Sidewalk Blues, Bunk Talking #1, Baby,I'd Love To steal You, Bunk Talking # 2, Bunk talking #3, Riverside Blues, Good Morning Blues, Don't Fence Me In,...and many more

Mem: $25.00   Non: $25.00

Jimmy Archey Book - The Little Giant Of The Trombone By Peter Carr

Featuring: TUNES: Sensation Rag, Save It Pretty Mama, That's A Plenty, On The Sunny Side Of The Street, How Deep Is The Ocean, Tiger Rag, Fidgety Feet, The Pearls, Way Down Yonder In New Orleans, Big Butter & Egg Man.

Mem: $25.00   Non: $25.00

The Great Olympia Brass Band By Mick Burns

Featuring: Nothing entered.

Mem: $25.00   Non: $25.00

Muggsy Spanier The Lonesome Road

Featuring: (4103) SUNDAY SWING CONCERT, Muggsy Spanier, cornet, Bud Freeman, tenor sax, Jess Stacy, piano, Bob Casey, bass, Baby Dodds, drums Chicago, Sunday, March 9, 1941

Mem: $25.00   Non: $25.00

Bill Russell's American Music By Mike Hazeldine

Featuring: (Soft Cover 200 pages Includes 19 tracks compact disc).

Mem: $25.00   Non: $25.00

New Orleans Style By Bill Russell, Compiled And Edited By Barry Martyn & Mike Hazeldine

Featuring: New Orleans Style by Bill Russell. Compiled and edited by Mike Hazeldine and Barry Martyn. New Orleans: Jazzology Press 1994. Soft covers 224 pages. Jazzology Press formed in 1993 as the GHB JAZZ FOUNDATION's publishing division is pleased to anno

Mem: $25.00   Non: $25.00

Fallen Hereos By Richard Knowles / Out Of Print

Featuring: 272 pages, illustrated with photos, Includes a CD of rare and previously unissued material. Peter Bocage Talking, 903 Cylinder, Alfred Williams Talking, Confessin', Alex Bigard Talking, Shake That Thing, 1929, Bunk Johnson Talking, Just A Clo

Mem: $25.00   Non: $25.00

Jess Stacy - The Quiet Man Of Jazz

Featuring: Derek Coller's interest in jazz was first sparked by seeing the Glenn Miller Orchestra in the film "Sun Valley Serenade". This was 1942, when he was a 15-year-old schoolboy. While serving in the Royal Signals Corps. in Ceylon in 1947 he published th

Mem: $25.00   Non: $25.00

The End Of The Beginning By Barry Martyn

Featuring: This book tells the stories of many of the pioneers of jazz in their own words. It was complied from a series of interviews done by the author over a period of 37 years. It is also a document of New Orleans and its jazz environs in the early 1960s

Mem: $25.00   Non: $25.00