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First, the jazz musicians did not understand reading music as most of them came from poor backgrounds and never bothered to learn. Despite the need to have good ears in listening to jazz music, illiteracy did not hinder people from succeeding in the music industry. One such example from the book is Erroll Garner who had good ears from childhood but never bothered to learn how to read (Crow 67). He serves as the best example as it could only take him one moment to hear to certain music and thereafter learn the music. From the book, other personal experience was witnessed when jazz musician had the habit of drinking especially during most of their shows as they thought that they were just hip after realizing they could lose their art in mastering their instruments by becoming alcoholics.
The Protestants were the first career struggles during the jazz world as they were in plenty. In 1921, some towns banned jazz as it was linked with alcohol and tobacco usage. In addition, struggles among the jazz musicians faced other struggles in their music career such as search for better assistance like bandleaders, managers, promoters, club owners, publicists, and the record producers for the jazz musicians. The factors might have affected the band either directly or indirectly in their music and life. In the life of the jazz players, the players went through few struggles despite they had a sense of humor aimed at one another. The musicians had faced the real struggle which made them appreciate their mode of music and show some differences in their story (Crow 177).
Through the various stories of the jazz history, Crow introduces topic wise the arranged anecdotes for instance, some good lines from the book; “On the road”, “hiring and firing”, “beginnings” and “prejudice”. From the different lines, we learn the insights and the personalities of the jazz musicians. In the book there seems to be one-liners: For
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