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New Left Review I/10, July-August 1961

Bruce Turner

Living Jazz

Jazz has had a rough deal from the cinema. This year, a group, including Paddy Whahnel, Alan Lovell and Doug Dobell, decided to try to make an honest film about professional musicians—the Bruce Turner Band. Living Jazz was presented in a programme of jazz-and-film at the NFT: director—Jack Gold. In this piece, Whannel and Lovell put questions to Bruce Turner.

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