Jazz Greats Speak: Interviews with Master Musicians by Roland Baggenaes
Pierre Diorge, guitarist-bandleader-composer, and clarinetist-saxophonist John Tchicai are both Danish. There are also photos of all seventeen interviewees. This is the kind of book which might best be read one or two interviews at a time and before one seeks out a recording or two via YouTube or another source. One possible economic drawback is the steep cost of many of the Scarecrow Press books, including Jazz Greats Speak; the publisher caters to an academic rather than a casual readership.
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This book is still in print with list price at fifty-one dollars. However, one may be able to find a lower priced used copy for significantly less, as I did.
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