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David Murray: the making of a progressive jazz musician (Bibliography). September 19, 2007

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And just in case you wanted to follow up any of the references to my article, here’s the bibliography.

Attali, Jacques. 1985. Noise: the political economy of music. Manchester, Manchester University Press.
Baker, Houston A. 1987. Modernism and the Harlem renaissance. Chicago; London, University of Chicago Press.
Baraka, Imamu Amiri and Amina Baraka. 1987. The music: reflections on jazz and blues. New York, Morrow.
Boynton, Robert S. 1995. ‘The Professor of connection: a profile of Stanley Crouch’. The New Yorker. New York.
Collier, James Lincoln. 1993. Jazz: the American theme song. New York; Oxford, Oxford University Press.
Crouch, Stanley. 1977. ‘Jazz Lofts: a walk through the wild sounds’. The New York Times Magazine: 40-42, 46.
Crouch, Stanley. 1990. Notes of a hanging judge: essays and reviews, 1979-1989. New York, Oxford University Press.
Crouch, Stanley. 1980. Sleeve notes to Ming. Milan, Black Saint.
Davis, Francis. 1986. In the moment: jazz in the 1980s. New York, Oxford University Press.
DeVeaux, Scott Knowles. 1997. The birth of bebop: a social and musical history. Berkeley, University of California Press.
Ellison, Ralph. 1972. Shadow and act. New York, Vintage Books.
Elworth, Steven B. 1995. ‘Jazz in Crisis, 1948-1958: ideology and representation’. Jazz among the discourses. Krin Gabbard. London, Duke.
Floyd, Samuel A. 1990. Black music in the Harlem Renaissance: a collection of essays. New York; London, Greenwood Press.
Gennari, John. 2006. Blowin’ hot and cool: jazz and its critics. Chicago, Ill.; London, University of Chicago Press.
Giddins, Gary. 2007. ‘New York’s ‘loft scene’ of the 1970s’. Jazz file: The Shape of Jazz Today. Robert Abel. London, BBC Radio 3.
Godbolt, Jim. 1986. A history of jazz in Britain 1919-50. London, Paladin.
Godbolt, Jim. 1989. A history of jazz in Britain 1950-70. London, Quartet Books.
Gridley, Mark C. 1997. Jazz styles: history & analysis. Upper Saddle River, N.J., Prentice Hall.
Hughes, Spike. 1933a/R1993. ‘Ellington at the palladium’. The Duke Ellington Reader. Mark Tucker. New York., Oxford University Press.
Hughes, Spike. 1933b/R1993. ‘Impressions of Ellington in New York’. The Duke Ellington Reader. Mark Tucker. New York, Oxford University Press., Oxford University Press.
Jack, John. 2007. Interview with author. London, https://wallofsound.wordpress.com/2007/06/14/interview-with-john-jack-owner-of-cadillac-records-in-london/.
Jones, LeRoi [Amiri Baraka]. 1966. Blues people: Negro music in white America. London, Jazz Book Club.
Kelsey, Chris. 2007. ‘David Murray Biography’. All Music Guide, http://www.allmusicguide.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=11:azfyxqu5ldje~T1.
Kuhn, Thomas S. 1970. The structure of scientific revolutions. Chicago, University of Chicago Press.
Ledbetter, Les. 1975. Festival fans stream to lofts and studios. New York Times: 36.
Lemke, Sieglinde. 1998. Primitivist modernism: black culture and the origins of transatlantic modernism. Oxford; New York, Oxford University Press.
Lewis, George E. 2002. ‘Experimental music in black and white: The AACM in New York 1970 to 1985.’ Current musicology (71-73): 100-157.
Litweiler, John. 1992. Ornette Coleman: the harmolodic life. London, Quartet.
Locke, Alain Le Roy. 1925. The new negro: an interpretation. New York, A. and C. Boni.
Locke, Alain LeRoy. 1936. The Negro and his music. Washington, D.C., The Associates in Negro folk education.
Looker, Benjamin. 2004. Point from which creation begins: the Black Artists’ Group of St. Louis. St. Louis, Missouri Historical Society Press: Distributed by University of Missouri Press.
Mandel, Howard. 1999. Future jazz. Oxford; New York, Oxford University Press.
McKay, George. 2005. Circular breathing: the cultural politics of jazz in Britain. Durham, Duke University Press.
Murray, Albert. 1970. The omni-Americans: new perspectives on black experience and American culture.
Murray, Albert. 1976. Stomping the blues. New York, McGraw-Hill.
Murray, David. 2005. David Murray interview on Jazz on 3, BBC Radio 3.
Murray, David. 1997. Telephone interview. Alain Le Roux, Le Jazz 4.
Mwanga, Kunle. 2005-7. Earth Art Productions [a web site of concert flyers], http://www.earthartproductions.com/.
Mwanga, Kunle. 2007. email interview with author.
Nicholson, Stuart. 2000. David Murray interview. Jazzwise. November 2000.
Palmer, Robert. 1976a. ‘Loft jazz goes on a three-day toot’. New York Times. June 4th 1976: 49.
Palmer, Robert. 1977. ‘The pop life.’ New York Times(June 22nd 1977).
Palmer, Robert. 1977b. ‘A jazz festival in the lofts.’ New York Times(June 3rd 1977).
Panish, Jon. 1997. The color of jazz: race and representation in postwar American culture. Jackson, Miss., University Press of Mississippi.
Parsonage, Catherine. 2005. The evolution of jazz in Britain, 1880-1935. Aldershot, Ashgate Publishing.
Rockwell, John. 1974. Face of jazz is changing visibly. New York Times: 33.
Rooks, Noliwe M. 2006. White money/black power: the surprising history of African American studies and the crisis of race in higher education. Boston, Beacon Press.
Ross, Andrew. 1989. No respect: intellectuals & popular culture. New York; London, Routledge.
Scaruffi, Piero. 2006. ‘David Murray’. http://www.scaruffi.com/jazz/murray.html
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Shaw, Arnold. 1987. The jazz age: popular music in the 1920’s. New York; Oxford, Oxford University Press.
Shipton, Alyn. 2001. A new history of jazz. London; New York, Continuum.
Thomas, Lorenzo. 1995. ‘Ascension: music and the black arts movement’. Jazz among the discourses. Krin Gabbard. London, Duke University Press.
Tucker, Mark. 1990. ‘The renaissance education of Duke Ellington’. Black music in the Harlem Renaissance: a collection of essays. Samuel A. Floyd. New York; London, Greenwood Press.
Vincent, Ted. 1995. Keep cool: the black activists who built the jazz age. LondonEast Haven, Conn., Pluto Press.
Werner, Craig Hansen. 1999. A change is gonna come: music, race & the soul of America. New York, Plume.
West, Hollie I. 1977. ‘The development of a bright star’. Washington Post. Washington.
Williams, Martin T. 1970. The jazz tradition. New York, Oxford University Press.
Zukin, Sharon. 1982. Loft living: culture and capital in urban change. Baltimore; London, Johns Hopkins University Press.

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