November 14, 2006

Village Voice: Keeping Jazz Musicians Alive

In 1918, the New Orleans Times-Picayune declared jazz “an atrocity in polite society,” and fulminated that “we should make it a point of civic honor to suppress it. Its musical value is nil, and its possibilities of harm are great.” But jazz went on to become an international language, surviving even in dictatorships that banned …

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