Jazzmen Talking to NAT HENTOFF
Nat Hentoff , who has edited two selections of Modern Jazz for this series, here discusses the position of the Negro Jazz musician in America with CANNONBALL ADDERLEY
HENRY (RED) ALLEN
DIZZY GILLESPIE , QUINCY JONES CHARLES MINGUS , CECIL TAYLOR
Produced by D. G. BRIDSON and ROBIN SPICER
Recorded in New York
Ten Years of Integration: November 10
A sequence of poems ranging from
Chaucer to Bernard Spencer about the uses, pleasures, and evils of this rare commodity
Compiled and produced by TERENCE TILLER
Readers, in order of speaking: DENIS GOACHER David SPENSER STEPHEN JACK followed by an interlude at 10.55
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