Index of Songs and Albums
A-tisket, A-tasket, 132
Africa/Brass (Coltrane), 305
African Marketplace ( Ibrahim), 375
African Ripples, 100
Afro Blue, 305
After Awhile, 139
After You've Gone, 149
Afternoon of an Elf ( Garner), 256
Aggression, 308
Agharta (Davis), 367
Ah-Leu-Cha,229
Ain't Misbehavin', 66, 67, 99
Air, 348, 349
Air Above Mountains (Buildings Within) ( Cecil Taylor), 350
Airegin, 310
Alabama, 305
Alice in Wonderland, 301
All about Rosie, 298
All Blues, 334
All God's Chillun Got Rhythm, 237
All of Me, 177, 179
All of You, 301
All Set ( Babbit), 339
All the Things You Are, 217
All the Things You Could Be By Now If Sigmund Freud's Wife Was Your Mother, 330
All Too Soon, 188
Alligator Crawl, 63, 100
Alone ( Evans), 301-2
Along Came Betty, 317
Always, 143
American Ballad, 273
American Symphonic Suite ( James P. Johnson), 97
Anatomy of a Murder ( Ellington), 195
Anthropology, 201-2, 281
Apple Honey, 263
April in Paris, 270
Art Pepper, 290
Art Pepper Meets the Rhythm section,291
Art Pepper Plus Eleven,291
Artistry in Rhythm, 267

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • One - The Prehistory of Jazz 2
  • Two - New Orleans Jazz 28
  • Three - The Jazz Age 54
  • Four - Harlem 92
  • Five - The Swing Era 134
  • Six - Modern Jazz 198
  • Seven - The Fragmentation of Jazz Styles 276
  • Eight - Freedom and Beyond 336
  • Notes 397
  • Further Reading 407
  • Recommended Listening 411
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  • Index of Songs and Albums 459
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