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Notes 1. Quoted in Mick Burns, The Great Olympia Band (New Orleans: Jazzology, 2001), 212. 2. Louis Armstrong, Louis Armstrong, In His Own Words, ed. Thomas Brothers (New York: Oxford University Press, 1999),27. 2. Quoted in Burns, Great Olympia Band, 212. 4. Tape-recorded interview, Treme Oral History Project, Amistad Research Center, Tulane University. 5. Ibid. 6. Quoted in Helen A.Regis, "Second Lines, Minstrelsy, and the ContestedLandscapesof New Orleans Afro-Creole Festivals," Cultural Anthropology 14, no. 4 (1999): 4,76. 7. Regis, "Second Lines," 474. 8. Tape-recorded interview, Treme Oral HistoryProject. 9. Quoted in Regis, "Second Lines," 482. 10. Regis, "Second Lines," 496. 11. Quoted in Associationfor Cultural Ecpiity,Jazz Parades: Feet Don't Fail Afe Now, videocassette , produced, directed, and written by Alan Lomax, AmericanPatchwork—Song and Stories of America series, no. 101 (PBS, 1990; Vestapol Video, 1998). 12. Louisiana Writers' Project, Gumbo Ya-Ya, compiled by Lyle Saxon (1945; reprint, New Orleans: Pelican, 1987), 295. 12. Quoted in Jason Berry,Jonathan Foose, and Tad Jones, Up from the Cradle of Jazz: New Orleans Music since World War II (Athens: Universityof Georgia Press, 1986), 12. 14. Quoted in Burns, Great Olympia Band, 28. 15. Tony Scherman,Backbeat: Earl Palmer's Story (Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, 1999), 154. 16. Tape-recorded interview, Treme Oral History Project. 17. Quoted in Burns, Great Olympia Band. 169. 18. Ibid., 105. 19. Ibid., 211. 20. Tape-recorded interview, Treme Oral History Project. 21. Ibid. 22. Ibid. 23. Quoted in Burns, Great Olympia Band, 194. 24. Louisiana Writers' Project, Gumbo Ya-Ya, n. 25. Tape-recorded interview, Treme Oral History Project. 26. Quoted in WilliamRussell, Oh,MisterJelly1 . AJelly Roll Morton Scrapbook (Copenhagen: Jazz Media ApS, 1999), 106. 27. Henry Glass, interview by Richard B. Allen, Hogan Jazz Archive, Tulane University. 28. Quoted in Scherman, Backbeat, 17. 189 29. Mac Rebennack(Dr. John) withJohn Rummel, Under a Hoodoo Moon: The Life of Dr.John the Night Tripper (New York: St. Martin's, 1994), 17-18. 20. Quoted in Burns, Great Olympia Band, 123. 21. Regis, "Second Lines," 488. 22. Quoted in Association for Cultural Equity,^^ Parades. 22. Helen A.Regis, "Blackness and the Politics of Memory in the New Orleans Second Line," American Ethnologist 28,no. 4 (2001): 755. 190 NOTES ...

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ISBN
9780807155820
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9780807133330
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OCLC
849949632
Pages
216
Launched on MUSE
2014-01-01
Language
English
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