Hal Leonard Traps - The Drum Wonder - The Life Of Buddy Rich Hard Cover BookProduct #H67285 Hal Leonard H67285 JQA Biographies https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Now back in print, this bestseller by Mel Tormé is a brilliant biography of his friend of forty years, Buddy Rich, who was one of the most famous drummers of the Swing Era, having starred in the Artie Shaw and Tommy Dorsey bands. His career started when he was two years old in his parents' Vaudeville act, and by the time he was four he was the highest paid child performer in the world. The Buddy Rich story is a fascinating one, as much for what it says about the world of American music and entertainment as for the remarkable life it portrays. Drawing from interviews and many personal reminiscences, Tormé packs this biography with vivid, often funny, anecdotes. His personal touch and his in-depth knowledge of jazz make for a moving, insightful, and often hilarious biography. 233 pages, 6-1/2 inch. x 9-1/2 inch. Softcover
- 233 pages
- Size: 9-1/4" x 6"
- Author: Mel Tormé
- ISBN: 1888408030