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"Really The Blues" demonstrates how it's good to have something to do. Talk about alternative paths. Milton "Mezz" Mezzrow blazed one through the jungle of conformity, "went black," lost time to drugs, fomented early 20th century jazz, became too familiar with jail, but remained focused on a vision/5.
Jul 30, · These are alternate takes in chronological order of historic jazz (and some blues) with a strong representation of the swing era. The Alternative Takes, Vol. 2: contains 19 Mezz Mezzrow tracks on a single disc including multiple takes of "Really the Blues," "Whoop Miss Wolf Away From My Door," and "Where Am I?"6/
Info for Really the Blues (Remastered). This is a historic album of recordings made in the late ‘40s. If ever a man qualified as a jazz master it was Bechet. He ranks perhaps as the second greatest genius in jazz history, after New Orleans’s most celebrated son, Louis Armstrong.
Really the Blues (New York Review Books Classics) [Mezz Mezzrow, Bernard Wolfe, Ben Ratliff] on adrierdredironcrusherkeswyn.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Mezz Mezzrow was a boy from Chicago who learned to play the sax in reform school and pursued a life in music and a life of crime. He moved from Chicago to New Orleans to New YorkCited by: