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Oklahoma Route 66 Music Guide by George O. Carney & Hugh W. Foley, Jr.

OKLAHOMA ROUTE 66 MUSIC GUIDE is a collection of places and persons involved in music, and one fascinating read! Filled with accurate facts, photographs, and comments, this book will find a home with music lovers!

An example is the listing for Oklahoma City, population & historical data, musician Jimmy Rushing, and a concise jazz history of the city at its heyday from 1900 until after World War II. The same insightful treatment is given to other cities such as Tulsa and its unique blending of jazz, pop, and country influences.

Congratulations to Carney and Foley on a nice reading companion. The authors give a fine introduction. Foleys Foreword is superb.

An ideal book for reference on the music of Oklahoma it should find its way into public libraries and fans of jazz music. Worth your time it is an excellent reading experience. Highly recommended reference guide!'Jazz fans and readers in general will find this book a delightful look at places in Oklahoma and the musicians from those places! Entertaining and enjoyable reading!

Additional Info

  • Book Title: Oklahoma Route 66 Music Guide
  • Author: George O. Carney & Hugh W. Foley, Jr.
  • Publisher: New Forums Press, Inc.
  • Year Published: 2004
  • Book Type:: Non-Fiction
  • ISBN: 158107090
  • Rating: Five Stars
  • Number of Pages: 206
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