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Some of My Best Friends Are Blues ePub download

by Ronnie Scott

  • Author: Ronnie Scott
  • ISBN: 0955788889
  • ISBN13: 978-0955788888
  • ePub: 1501 kb | FB2: 1208 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Music
  • Publisher: Northway Publications; Reprint edition (August 15, 2015)
  • Pages: 125
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 231
  • Format: rtf lit docx mbr
Some of My Best Friends Are Blues ePub download

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Soho Blues: The Ronnie Scott Anthology 1956-62. Ronnie Scott's Jazz Farrago: Compilation of Features from Jazz at Ronnie Scott's Magazine.

Author: Ronnie Scott ISBN 10: 0491022395. Books will be free of page markings. Will be clean, not soiled or stained. Good book for 1950s Jazz aficionados. A great laugh! Verified purchase: Yes Condition: Pre-owned. by tubbyhayes25 Jul, 2018. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 6 pre-owned listings. Verified purchase: Yes Condition: Pre-owned. Best-selling in Non-Fiction.

In the train journey sense, it's a Good Read. However, beyond all the anecdotes and the wonderful lines there's something deeper. Sunday Telegraph 'One of the best books about jazz, and its characters ever written

In the train journey sense, it's a Good Read. Sunday Telegraph 'One of the best books about jazz, and its characters ever written. Music Week 'Genuinely entertaining, even for non-jazz buffs. Financial Times Cartoons by Mel Calman and contributions by Benny Green and Spike Milligan".

Start by marking Some of My Best Friends Are Blues as Want to Read . Memoir by Ronnie Scott, founder of the famous London jazz club which bears his name, co-authored by Mike Hennessey.

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Tubby Hayes & Ronnie Scott - Mirage. Tenor Saxophone – Ronnie Scott, Tubby Hayes Piano – Terry Shannon Bass – Jeff Clyne Drums – Bill Eyden 1958. Album: For Jammers Only: The Best of Live Jazz, 2011. Has been played on. Turkey 1. İTÜ Radyosu Caz/Blues.

Ronnie Scott with Mike Hennessey, Some of My Best Friends are Blues (autobiography). Ronnie Scott's Jazz Farrago compilation of best features from Jazz at Ronnie Scott′s magazine, Hampstead Press, 2008

Ronnie Scott with Mike Hennessey, Some of My Best Friends are Blues (autobiography). London: Northway Books, 2002. Ronnie Scott's Jazz Farrago compilation of best features from Jazz at Ronnie Scott′s magazine, Hampstead Press, 2008, ISBN 978-557628-0-2. Ian Carr, Digby Fairweather & Brian Priestley, Jazz: The Rough Guide.

Some of my best friends are blues. Besides the funny plot Gromer Khan portrays the jazz greats Webster and Ronnie Scott lovingly. Recommended by JAZZTHETIK Magazine, Berlin. Jazz fans will want to hear this story not only at Christmas, it draws a loving picture of long gone era. The story takes place at Europe´s leading jazz club (ever so humble, them Brits – are they not?), at Ronnie Scotts. The author subtly points out that Ben Webster already has his best years behind him. The protagonist ends up in a jazz diva´s bed.

Ronnie Scott tells here of his life as a musician and bandleader and as the founder, with his partner Peter King, of the great jazz club which bears his name. Ronnie said of running their world famous venue, 'It's made a happy man very old.' The book provides a humorous and shrewd behind- the-scenes account of the headaches and hysteria of running a club in the heart of London's Soho and coping with the capricious temperaments of some of the world's most celebrated artists. Some of My Best Friends Are Blues includes contributions by Benny Green and Spike Milligan, with cartoons by Mel Calman. This edition features a foreword by the late Pete King. Ronnie Scott died in 1996 but the Club survives as a testament to their vision and determination.