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Teddy Wilson Talks Jazz By Teddy Wilson

Teddy Wilson Talks Jazz
by Teddy Wilson

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Teddy Wilson worked with innumerable jazz musicians during his varied and colourful life. This is an account of his life and career, covering his associations with critic and producer John Hammond, clarinettist Benny Goodman, singer Billie Holiday and fellow pianists Earl Hines and Art Tatum.
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Teddy Wilson Talks Jazz by Teddy Wilson

Teddy Wilson worked with innumerable jazz musicians during his varied and colourful life. He first became known in the small groups led by Benny Goodman, and through his series of recordings with jazz singer Billie Holiday. This is a posthumous account of his life and career, covering his associations with critic and producer John Hammond, jazz clarinettist Benny Goodman, Billie Holiday and fellow pianists such as Earl Hines and Art Tatum. It also includes recollections of Al Capone, jazz pioneer Jelly Roll Morton, Bessie Smith and Lester Young, and an insider's account of working with Benny Goodman, who wrote the foreword to the book. The book also contains a discography of the artist's recordings.

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GOR008292086
Teddy Wilson Talks Jazz by Teddy Wilson
Teddy Wilson
Bayou S.
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
1996-09-12
200
0304336106
9780304336104
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