First edition of this collection of musings on various records – jazz and otherwise – by English poet, librarian, and music critic Philip Larkin.
Near fine in like dust jacket.
ALL WHAT JAZZ
In ALL WHAT JAZZ, Philip Larkin offers musings on the records of artists such as Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, the Beatles, and Duke Ellington, among others.
New York: St. Martin's Press, (1970). Full title: All What Jazz: A Record Diary 1961-68 8'' x 5''. Original brown cloth binding with gilt spine lettering. Original unclipped ($6.95) pictorial dust jacket. , 272 pages, including index. Jacket with a few tiny spots of soil and a hint of edgewear; mild toning to edges. Binding with mild shelfwear, a bit of soil to head edge. Sharp.
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