In a series of candid interviews with jazz players, composers, and critics, Gene Lees explores racism in the past and present of jazzaboth the white racism that for decades ghettoized black musicians and their music, and the prejudice that Lees documents of some black musicians against their white counterparts. With subjects ranging from Horace Silver to Dave Brubeck to Red Rodney, and a new introduction analyzing recent developments, Cats of Any Color chronicles jazz as a multiethnic art.The company was a subsidiary of the Chicago Tribune, and once when I was working on a paper machine the Tribunea#39;s owner, ... The fingers would close and the crane would lift the claw, pulp logs protruding from its fingers, and drop them on a conveyor. ... are combined in huge roaring machines to make newsprint.
|Title||:||Cats of Any Color|
|Publisher||:||Da Capo Press - 2009-04-30|