Taj Mahal Foxtrot: the story of Bombay's jazz age, with CD.
by Fernandes, Naresh
In 1935, a violinist from Minnesota named Leon Abbey brought the first all negro jazz band to Bombay, leaving a legacy that would last three decades. This book tells a story of India - and especially of the city of Bombay - through the lives of a menagerie of geniuses, strivers and eccentrics, both Indian and American, who helped jazz find a home in the sweaty subcontinent.;
US$54.00 for US (Airmail)
US$54.00 for Asia (Airmail)
US$54.00 for Europe and Rest of World(Airmail)
Format: 192p., full of b&w illus., bibl., ind. 26cm.
Publisher: Roli Books, New Delhi
Adyar Library (Chennai)
Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute (Pune)
Central University of Tibetan Studies, Sarnath
French Institute of Pondicherry
Samvad India Foundation, New Delhi
Sampurnanand Sanskrit University (Varanasi)
Oriental & Indological Series
Epics & Puranas
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