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Contents Introduction (Much More than) a Few Words about Jazz Chapter One ¿Not Only a New Art Form but a New Reason for Living¿ Chapter Two ¿As If It Were Artistic and Not Just a Teenage Enthusiasm¿: Hot Collecting across the Color Line Chapter Three Hearing the ¿Noisy Lostness¿: Telling the Story of Jazz Chapter Four Writer¿s Writers and Sensitive Cats: Mapping the New Jazz Criticism Chapter Five Swinging in a High-Class Groove: Mainstreaming Jazz in Lenox and Newport Chapter Six The Shock of the New: Black Freedom, the Counterculture, and 1960s Jazz Criticism Chapter Seven Race-ing the Bird: Ross Russell¿s Obsessive Pursuit of Charlie Parker Chapter Eight Tangled Up in Blues: The New Jazz Renaissance and Its Discontents Conclusion Change of the Century Notes Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Jazz -- History and criticism.
Music -- Social aspects -- United States.