Swing to Bop: An Oral History of the Transition in Jazz in the 1940s

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Index
Interview material indicated by boldface headings
Abato, Jimmy, 250
Abrams, Ray, 80
Adderley, Cannonball, 306
Addhon, Bernard, 42
"Afro Cuban Jazz Suite," 293
"Airmail Special (Good Enough To Keep)," 100
Albany, Joe, 28, 171, 278
Albany, Joe, 31, 138, 175, 219, 274, 281
Albert, Don, 152
Aless, Tony, 193
Alexander, Irving, 59, 223
Alexander, Van, 202
"Algo Bueno," 123, 292
"All the Things You Are," 293, 316
Allen, Jap, 106, 107
Allen, Red, 16, 28
Allen, Shorty, 203
Alley, Vernon, 88
Allison, Mose, 63
Allison, Tommy, 211
Allyn, David, 8, 17
Allyn, David, 17, 18, 201, 208-13, 277, 283, 284
Ammons, Gene "Jug,"5, 129, 131, 133, 182, 241-42, 266, 273-74, 285
"And the Angels Sing," 59
Anderson, Buddy, 73
Anderson, Cat, 22, 88
Anderson, Ivie, 44
"Anitra's Dance," 112
"Annie Laurie," 188
"Another Hair-Do," 259
"Anthropology," 252
Armstrong, Louis, 3, 22, 29, 32-34, 45- 47, 79, 83, 86, 97, 100, 126, 150, 303, 315
Armstrong, Pete, 64
Ashby, Irving, 114
Astor, Bob, 18, 19, 190
Atkins, Fats, 53
Auld, Georgie, 9, 16, 22, 164, 200-201, 223, 277
Ayres, Mitchell, 22
Bach, Bob, 232
Bach, Jean, 8
Bach, Jean, 90, 114-15, 135, 137-38, 232
Bach, Johann Sebastian, 312
Bachman brothers, 112
Bacon, Trevor, 143
Bailey, Benny, 8, 230
Bailey, Benny, 63, 97-99, 162
Bailey, Mildred, 48
Bailey, Pearl, 242
Baker, Chet, 296, 319
Baker, Shorty, 154
Baldwin, Bill, 71
Banjo Burney, 71
Barati, George, 116
"Barbados," 292
Barber, Bill, 251, 252
Barbour, Dave, 194
Barefield, Eddie, 8, 23
Barefield, Eddie, 23, 24, 34, 35, 41, 82
Bargy, Roy, 34, 48
Barker, Danny, 58
Barksdale, Everett, 295
Barnet, Charlie, 21, 22, 71, 83, 89-95, 165, 190-92
Baron, Bob, 118
Barron, Ray, 318
Bartee, Ellis, 273
Bartók, Béla, 173, 198, 264
Bascomb, Dud, 79, 80
Basie, Count, 3, 6, 21, 22, 24, 27, 32, 36- 39, 53-54, 59, 76, 88, 101, 125, 199, 205, 221, 242, 257, 286, 298

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Contents xi
  • Introduction 3
  • 1 - The Road 9
  • 2 - Roots and Seeds 32
  • 3 - Minton's and Monroe's 75
  • 4 - Fifty-Second Street 118
  • 5 - California 160
  • 6 - Big-Band Bop 184
  • 7 - The Bop Era 219
  • 8 - End of an Era 291
  • Epilogue 318
  • Index 321
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