New Orleans Jazz and Second Line Drumming
This book is based on performances and transcriptions from the DCI music videos Herlin Riley: Ragtime & beyond, and Johnny Vidacovich: Street beats modern applications. Additional interviews and essays on: Baby Dodds, Vernel Fournier, Ed Blackwell, James Black and Freddie Kohlman, Smokey Johnson, David Lee, and bassist Bill Huntington.
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