Table of contents for Come in and hear the truth : jazz and race on 52nd Street / Patrick Burke.


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Acknowledgments
Introduction
Chapter One: First for the Musicians, Then for the World: The Birth of Swing Street
Chapter Two: Let’s Have a Jubilee: 52nd Street Goes Commercial
Chapter Three: Here Comes the Man with the Jive: Stuff Smith
Chapter Four: A Little Law and Order in My Music: The John Kirby Sextet and Maxine Sullivan
Chapter Five: Swingin’ Down That Lane: 52nd Street at the Height of the Swing Era
Chapter Six: Making It into the Big Time: Count Basie, Joe Marsala, and “Mixed” Bands
Chapter Seven: This Conglomeration of Colors: Bebop Comes to Swing Street
Chapter Eight: Apples and Oranges: 52nd Street and the Jazz War
Conclusion: Long May It Be Remembered
Appendix: Chronology of 52nd Street Clubs
Notes



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Jazz -- New York (State) -- New York -- 1931-1940 -- History and criticism.
Jazz -- New York (State) -- New York -- 1941-1950 -- History and criticism.
Music and race.
Fifty-second Street (New York, N.Y.)