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Marie, Voodoo Queenby Margot ArnoldMayflower
Novel based on the story of Marie Levaux, famous New Orleans Voodoo queen.Secondhand USA paperback
New OrleansPlaying A Jazz ChorusMarion Boyars Publishers
Import USA Paperback edition bookThis book is a deeply personal portrait of the people and music of today's New Orleans, a city that has been hard hit...
Jazz Masters Of New OrleansBy Martin WilliamsMacMillan (1979)
Good book! Did you know why the drummers of New Orleans jazz have always been underrecorded? Did you know that Orson Welles was a big New Orleans...
The Makers of Cajun MusicBarry Jean AnceletUniversity Of Texas Press (1984)
Second-hand first edition original copy of this fascinating book.
South to Louisiana The Music of the Cajun BayousPelican
South to Louisiana: The Music of the Cajun Bayous is the first comprehensive look at the history of this distinctive style of music. The result of extensive...
The Axeman's JazzBy Ray Celestin
Inspired by a true story, set against the heady backdrop of jazz-filled, mob-ruled New Orleans, The Axeman's Jazz by Ray Celestin is a gripping thriller. As...
Rhythm And Blues in New OrleansRevised and Updated Edition
Rhythm and Blues in New Orleans is a comprehensive history documenting the rise and development of a unique musical form. Originally published in Great...
Coming through Slaughterby Michael OndaatjePenguin Books
Story set in New Orleans. Secondhand paperback
The Soul Of New OrleansA Legacy Of Rhythm And BluesSwallow Publications
Great book featuring studies and interviews with lots of 60s New Orleans legends. RECOMMENDED.
New AtlantisMusicians Battle For The Survival Of New OrleansOxford University Press
At its most intimate level, music heals our emotional wounds and inspires us. At its most public, it unites people across cultural boundaries. But can...
The Brothers Neville - An AutobiographyArt Neville, Aaron Neville, Charles Neville, Cyril Neville and David RitzLibrary of Congress
All you need to know about new Orleans finest funk brothers. Secondhand hardback original book 
Empire Of SinSex, Jazz, Murder and The Battle For New Orleans
Empire of Sin is a vibrant account of New Orleans in the early 1920s, a time when commercialised vice, jazz culture and endemic crime form the background...
Musical Gumbo: The Music Of New Orleansby Grace Lichtenstein & Laura DanknerW. W. Norton
Rare book about New Orleans music. Loads of stuff about 50s and 60s r'n'b. KILLER! USA hardback -  original  copy w/dustjacket.
Up From The Cradle Of JazzNew Orleans Music Since World War IILafayette
100% essential seminal book on the evolution of New Orleans music featuring Professor Longhair, The Meters, Eddie Bo and, well, anyone who's anyone in...
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Mardi Gras In New OrleansAn Illustrated HistoryArthur Hardy Enterprises
Good book about New Orleans Mardi gras. S/hand hardback book
The Great Houses of New Orleansby Curt Bruceknopf
s/hand hardback book.
New Orleans ScrapbookBy Ross YockeyPlantain Publishing
(secondhand hardback original book in dustjacket)
The Majesty Of New OrleansPhotography and TextPelican Publishing (2008)
In "The Majesty of New Orleans",  captured in full colour are the highlights and secret beauty of New Orleans at its best. The book's combination...
Groove Interrupted Loss, Renewal, and the Music of New OrleansSt. Martin's Press
The recent history of New Orleans is fraught with tragedy and triumph. Both are reflected in the city’s vibrant, idiosyncratic music community. In...
Disenchanting Les Bon TempsIdentity and Authenticity in Cajun Music and DanceDuke University Press
The expression laissez les bons temps rouler - 'let the good times roll' - conveys the sense of exuberance and good times associated with southern Louisiana's...
Blues For New OrleansMardi Gras And America's Creole SoulUniversity Of Pennsylvania Press
There is no more powerful celebration of the happy gumbo of life in New Orleans than Mardi Gras. In Carnival, music is celebrated along the city's spiderweb...
Mardi GrasA Pictorial History Of Carnival In New OrleansPelican
In this pictorial study, author Leonard Huber recounts the history of Carnival in New Orleans, bringing to life in photographs and in text the colour,...
Chord Changes On The ChalkboardHow Public School Teachers Shaped Jazz And The Music Of new OrleansScarecrow Press
Using over 90 original interviews, as well as his extensive research in a variety of New Orleans' archives, Dr. Kennedy deftly explores the role public...