Near Fine. Duodecimo, 7 3/4" tall, 93 pages, illustrated boards. A near fine, clean hardcover first American edition with slight shelf wear; hinges and binding tight, paper white. First published in England in 1984.
Very Good with no dust jacket. Very minor wear on clean and sound binding. Contents are almost like new.; Photo-illustrated smooth black boards, reddish-orange lettering. Selected discography by Tokny Middleton. Bibliography. 17 full-pages of b/w photos. MUSIC. The story of Coleman Hawkins is almost exclusively the story of the music he made and the bands he played with. He deid icated his entire life to playing the tenor saxophone, and I the end he played it as well as it oculd be played. He did virtually nothing else over the whole of his 64-1/2 years of life.; Jazz Masters Series; 7-1/2" Tall; 93 pages.
Fine. (Jazz Masters Series) Hardcover in glazed pictorial boards. No dust jacket, as issued. First printing of first American edition. Book is in fine, As New, gift-giving condition, crisp and clean, with tight binding and sharp corners. Photo illustrations and a selected discography by Tony Middleton. 16mo. 93 pp.
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