The Penguin guide to jazz on CD

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Penguin Books, 2002 - Music - 1730 pages
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In this expanded edition of the world's leading guide to recorded jazz, Richard Cook and Brian Morton have reassessed each artist's entry and updated the text to incorporate thousands of additional CD releases. This endlessly browsable companion has won a devoted audience among afficinados and jazz novices alike.

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Richard Cook is the former editor of the "Wire" and is currently the editor of the leading UK jazz magazine, "Jazz Review," He is the coauthor of "The Penguin Guide to Jazz Recordings,

Brian Morton is the presenter of BBC Radio Scotland's arts programs. The Usual Suspects and The Brian Morton Show. He has published fiction, music and literary criticism, was a founding member of the musical ensemble The Golden Horde, and has composed jazz and musical theatre pieces. His Penguin Guide to Jazz on CD (co-written with Richard Cook) is the essential reference work on recorded jazz. His survey of defining moments in jazz history is forthcoming from OUP. The author lives in Inverchaolain, Toward by Dunoon, Argyll.

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