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Ralph Gleason discusses jazz, jazz artists, and jazz festivals ; part 2

BROADCAST: Jul. 31, 1971 | DURATION: 00:55:05

Synopsis

In Berkeley, Calif., Ralph Gleason, jazz and pop critic, and founding editor of Rolling Stone, talks with Studs about the history of jazz and jazz artists. They talk in depth about Billie Holiday, white performers who imitated the style of black jazz singers, and jazz festivals. Songs include Holiday's "Them There Eyes" and "God Bless the Child."