Trad Dads, Dirty Boppers and Free Fusioneers, British Jazz 1960-1975


  • Katherine Ann Williams University of Bristol/Cardiff University





Trad Dads, Dirty Boppers and Free Fusioneers, British Jazz 1960-1975 Duncan Heining Sheffield and Bristol CT: Equinox Publishing, 2013

Author Biography

Katherine Ann Williams, University of Bristol/Cardiff University

Senior Associate Tutor, Department of Music, University of Bristol Visiting Lecturer, Department of Music, Cardiff University


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