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Kansas City Lightning

Crouch, Stanley (Audiobook CD - 2014)
Kansas City Lightning
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Charlie Parker personified the tortured American artist: a revolutionary performer who used his saxophone to create a new music known as bebop even as he wrestled with a drug addiction that would lead to his premature death. The story re-creates Parker's Depression-era childhood; his early days navigating the Kansas City nightlife, inspired by lions like Lester Young; and on to New York, where he began to transcend the music he had mastered.
Authors: Crouch, Stanley
Title: Kansas city lightning
[sound recording]
Publisher: [United States] : Blackstone Audio, Inc., 2014.
Edition: Unabridged.
Characteristics: 8 sound discs (600 min.) :,digital ;,4 3/4 in.
Summary: Charlie Parker personified the tortured American artist: a revolutionary performer who used his saxophone to create a new music known as bebop even as he wrestled with a drug addiction that would lead to his premature death. The story re-creates Parker's Depression-era childhood; his early days navigating the Kansas City nightlife, inspired by lions like Lester Young; and on to New York, where he began to transcend the music he had mastered.
Local Note: 210 211
Additional Contributors: Kenerly, Kevin
ISBN: 9781482967678
Statement of Responsibility: Stanley Crouch
Performers: Read by Kevin Kenerly.
Subject Headings: Biography.
Genre/Form: Biography.
Audiobooks.
Topical Term: Biography.
Publisher No: 11049126
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