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Monday, May 30, 2011

Melody Maker 1926

Our man in Hong Kong, Colin Aitchison, who as well as being the trumpet/trombone playing bandleader at Ned Kelly's Bar in Kowloom, is also an avid jazz historian and he has just added a very rare edition to his on-line collection of Melody Makers.
This latest one, all 58 pages, dates back to June 1926 when it was sub-titled The British Metronome. Click here to read lots of fascinating detail of jazz and dance music in that momentous year.
Lance.

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

Hi Lance & Melody Maker Fans,
Next rare issue will be June 1930, once again lots of interesting stuff, it even tells you how to play the Ocarina, if anyone would like to have a go at it....
Colin

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