Table of contents for Digging : the Afro-American soul of American classical music / Amiri Baraka.

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Contents
Introduction	000
Part One: Essays
1. Griot/Djali: Poetry, Music, History, Message	000
2. Miles Later	000
3. The Blues Aesthetic and the Black Aesthetic	000
4. Blues People: Looking Both Ways	000
5. Rhythm	000
6. The Great American Popular Song: "The Great American 
Song Book" 	000
7. Blues Line	000
8. Cosby and the Music	000
9. Nina Returns	000
10. Jazz Criticism and Its Effect on the Art Form	000
11. Not "the Boss": Bruce Springsteen	000
12. Wynton Marsalis: Black Codes	000
13. "The International Business of Jazz" and the Need for 
the Development of an International People's Culture	000
14. Newark's' "Coast" and the Hidden Legacy of Urban 
Culture	000
15. Black Music as a Force for Social Change	000
16. What You Mean, DuWop?	000
17. Classical American Music	000
18. Singers and the Music	000
19. Newark's Influence on American Music	000
20. Ritual and Performance	000
21. Black Music in Newark: A Proposal	000
22. Bopera Theory	000
23. "Jazz and the White Critic": Thirty Years Later	000
24. Random Notes on the Last Decade	000
Part Two: Great Musicians
25. Panthalassa: Miles Davis	000
26. When Miles Split!	000
27. David Murray, Ming's Samba	000
28. David Murray, Fo Deuk Revue	000
29. David Murray, Addenda to a Concert	000
30. On Reissuing Trane	000
31. John Coltrane: Why His Legacy Continues	000
32. Some Memories of Alan Shorter: Interview with Wayne 
Shorter	000
33. High Art: Art Tatum	000
34. Max Roach at the Iridium	000
35. Paris Max	000
36. The Great Max Roach	000
37. Billie Holiday	000
38. The High Priest of Be Bop	000
39. Eric Dolphy: A Note	000
40. Jackie Mc	000
41. It Ain't about You	000
42. You Ever Hear Albert Ayler?	000
43. Sassy Was Definitely Not the Avon Lady	000
44. Fred	000
45. Fred Hopkins's Memorial	000
46. Duke Ellington: The Music's "Great Spirit"	000
47. Duke Was a Very Great Pianist!	000
48. Blind Tom: The Continuity of Americana	000
49. Don Pullen Leaves Us	000
50. Black History Month Rediscovers "the Music" in New York 
City	000
51. Black History Month Rediscovers "the Music," Part 2
	000
52. Wonderful Stevie	000
53. Abbey Lincoln	000
54. Four Tough Good-byes: Jackie McLean, John Hicks, Hilton 
Ruiz, Halim Suliman	000
Part Three: Notes, Reviews, and Observations
55. Impulse Sampler, Act on Impulse	000
56. Ralph Peterson	000
57. Andrew Cyrille, Good to Go	000
58. Odean Pope Saxophone Choir, Epitome	000
59. Ravi Coltrane, Moving Pictures	000
60. Donal Fox and David Murray, Ugly Beauty	000
61. Tyrone Jefferson, Connections	000
62. James Moody	000
63. Barry Harris: In the Tradition	000
64. Pharoah Sanders, Shukuru	000
65. Don Pullen(George Adams Quartet, Breakthrough	000
66. Von and Chico Freeman, Freeman and Freeman	000
67. Alan Shorter, Orgasm	000
68. The Work Man: Reggie Workman	000
69. Roscoe Mitchell and the Note Factory	000
70. Jimmy Scott, But Beautiful	000
71. Jazz Times Review: Classical American Music	000
72. Malachi Thompson, Talking Horns	000
73. The Nexus Orchestra, Seize the Time 	000
74. Three Fresh Ticklers	000
75. Rodney Kendrick, Last Chance for Common Sense	000
76. Jazz Times Review, Multiple Artists	000
77. More Young Bloods to the Rescue!	000
78. Vijay Iyer, Memorophilia	000
79. TriFactor, If You Believe	000
80. Live Lessons	000
81. New York Art Quintet	000
82. Peter Br¿tzmann, Nipples, and Joe McPhee, Nation Time
	000
83. Jon Jang and David Murray, River of Life	000
84. Trio Three, Encounter	000
85. Jackie Mc(Coming and Going	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

African Americans -- Music -- History and criticism.
Music -- History and criticism.
African American musicians.