Jackson Street After Hours: The Roots of Jazz in Seattle

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Paul De Barros
Sasquatch Books, 1993 - Travel - 238 pages

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Seattle receives little mention in jazz histories, but journalist de Barros argues that it's a fertile ground for jazz talent. His exhaustive chronicle outlines the careers of Seattle musicians who ... Read full review


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