This 13th issue of the ARJS includes an extensive study of the saxophonist Sonny Red, an analysis of a composition by Steve Swallow, a new perspective on John Coltrane's compositional approach, and an examination of Miles Davis's classic "Walkin'," plus book reviews and a continuing bibliography of scholarly articles about jazz in non-jazz journals.
Edward Berger is associate director of the Institute of Jazz Studies. Henry Martin is professor of music at Rutgers University, Newark. Dan Morgenstern is director of the Institute of Jazz Studies. Evan Spring, a freelance writer, hosts a jazz radio program on WKCR in New York City. George Bassett studied music theory with James Randall, Milton Babbitt, and Claudio Spies at Princeton University.
Part 1 Preface Part 2 "Wrong Together": Structures, Norms, and Standards Part 3 Nonatonic Pregressions in the Music of John Coltrane Part 4 Miles Davis's Improvised Solos in Recordings of "Walkin' "; 1954-67 Part 5 Bluesville: The Journey of Sonny Red Part 6 BOOK REVIEWS Part 7 Making Jazz French: Music and Modern Life in Interwar Paris, by Jeffrey H. Jackson;Harlem in Montmartre: A Paris Jazz Story between the Great Wars, by William A. Shack Part 8 The Uncrowned King of Swing: Fletcher Henderson and Big Band Jazz, by Jeffrey Magee Part 9 footprints:The Life and Work of Wayne Shorter, by Michelle Mercer Part 10 Freedom Is, Freedom Ain't: Jazz and the Making of the Sixties, by Scott Saul Part 11 Bibliography of Jazz Articles in Nonjazz Journals (2003-2004) Part 12 Books Received at the Institute of Jazz Studies Part 13 About the Editors Part 14 About the Contributors Part 15 About the Institute of Jazz Studies