Really The Blues

Every sentence of this memoir sounds like improvised music in the hands of a master with something unique to say.
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Really the Blues by Mezz Mezzrow and Bernard Wolfe - Literature
Really The Blues really has Mezzrow on the cover!
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Mezz Jr. at Mezzrow's in Greenwich Village NYC.
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Mezz Mezzrow playing the clarinet in Paris ca. 1950.
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the book cover for really the blues by mezz merzow and bernard wolf
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New York: Random House, 1946. First Edition. Mezz Mezzrow and Bernard Wolfe. Mezzrow's character and the characters of those around him are captured at an unusual level of detail in this legendary autobiography, which takes its title from a Sidney Bechet tune.