Lee Prosser

Lee Prosser

Morris Dickstein has written a memorable cultural history of the United States during the era of the Great Depression. For those interested in what...
Duke Ellington: His Life in Jazz is an enjoyable book, and entertaining. The author, Stephanie Stein Crease, has written a combination non-fiction ...
The Birth of the Cool of Miles Davis and His Associates by Frank Tirro is one of the finest nonfiction books about the transition of jazz following...
Jay Umble has put together a remarkable and entertaining approach for those interested in blues and jazz guitar. Part of the Mel Bay Guitar Univers...
Ted Gioia had created a memorable reading experience with his well-written and enjoyable analysis of the blues. To this reviewer, this book is a co...
From the Mel Bay School of the Blues Lesson Series, comes this new and enjoyable Improvising Blues Harmonica. The instruction is available in a nic...
This 2008 book publication is a dandy! It is filled with insights and commentary on the legendary jazz pianist, Thelonious Monk (1917 - 1982). Writ...
For those who have an interest in the life and music of Lennie Tristano, this well-written biography will be a reading experience which is entertai...
As an oral biography, this book ranks among the top ones written about jazz musicians. The well-written book gives an in depth look at one of the w...
Alex Stewart is a former freelance jazz musician who is currently Associate Professor of Music at the University of Vermont. Writing with a smooth ...