Black music, white business: illuminating the history and political economy of jazz

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Pathfinder Press, 1998 - Music - 165 pages
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Probes the principal contradiction in the jazz world: that between black artistry on the one hand and white ownership of the means of jazz distribution -- the recording companies, booking agencies, festivals, nightclubs, and magazines -- on the other.

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Contents

Preface and acknowledgements
9
Why let a little thing like death Interfere
25
double standards
55
You dont have to be intellectually dishonest
83
black music white critic
95
The AfroAmerican folk roots
127
Royalty payments to Mark levlne from
151
Index
161
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