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    "New Orleans, "Mecca" of the Jazz world, has always pulsated with musical life. At the heart of this life is Bourbon Street Black - a nearly century old community of black musicians, their families, friends and followers. Skillfully weaving social history with extensive personal interviews, authors Buerkle and Barker explore the real world of these legendary jazzman."

    Secondhand 1st edition original secondhand hardback book w/dustjacket, ex-library w/stamps and taped dustjacket

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