Milestones of Jazz: A Chronological History of Jazz Music in Photographs
A superb pictorial overview of the history of jazz, this book features photos from some of the world's most accomplished jazz photographers. Created to provide newcomers to jazz with an accessible, clear guide to jazz from its earliest days to the present, Milestones of Jazz traces the developments of the form, primarily in 270 superb black and white photos. Concise chapter introductions and captions, family tree' charts and Milestones' copy boxes inform the reader in a clear way and highlight musicians and events of particular significance. Look out for two new titles in this fabulous series for Fall 1998 -- Milestones of Country Music, and Milestones of Tamla Motown.
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