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

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Pathfinder, 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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Why let a little thing like death interfere
double standards

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