Cover for DEFFAA: Voices of the Jazz Age: Profiles of Eight Vintage Jazzmen

Voices of the Jazz Age

Profiles of Eight Vintage Jazzmen

Sam Wooding, Benny Waters, Bix Beiderbecke, Joe Tarto, Bud Freeman, Jimmy McPartland, Freddie Moore and Jabbo Smith: Chip Deffaa has interviewed all but Bix, whose last months we learn about from never-before-published letters to his family.

"A major contribution to jazz oral history."
-- The Mississippi Rag

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