Red Head: A Chronological Survey of "Red" Nichols and His Five Pennies
Institute of Jazz Studies, Rutgers--the State University of New Jersey, Jan 1, 1996 - Music - 188 pages
'Red' Nichols, although celebrated in his own day, has long been a neglected figure in jazz history. Stephen Stroff has written a full analysis of Nichols' work, focusing on the jazz-oriented recordings made between 1925 and 1932. Discussions and listings cover jazz recordings made with other bands and jazz and popular recordings made under Nichols's name. Also included is a bibliography, selected discography, and index.
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Into the Pocket 1925IMov 1926
The Five Pennies Dec 19261928
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