Very Good. 030680087X. First paperback printing as stated on copyright page, "a delightful addition to the history of jazz, " includes a discography, the spine is sunned from orange to yellow and spine-creases are present, the binding remains tight and there are no other remarkable flaws; 318 pages.
Near Fine. Red cloth with silver lettering spine and cover. Reprint of the First Edition published in 1964. Tight, clean and crisp. A gently read book in excellent condition. No inscriptions. No remainder mark. Not ex-library. No dustjacket.; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 318 pages.
N/a. Good in Fair jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 318 pages. Previous owner's name on top edge of front endpaper. Edge wear to jacket. Water staining to top edge of rear jacket panel and bottom right corner of front jacket panel.
Fine in Near Fine jacket. Octavo. Foreword by Duke Ellington. The memoirs of one of the four grest "Kings of Harlem" jazz, with sidelights on Harlem itself, Chicago in the Twenties, and great jazz musicians Smith worked with. Uncommon. Small v chip to bottom of front DJ panel, protected by the Brodart cover; else a fine copy, unclipped and unmarked.
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