Lowe wrote a book of that title, which is reviewed at: http://www.onefinalnote.com/features/2002/lowe/
He has also compiled four sets of recordings under the title, each consisting of about 10 CDs, which you can find on Amazon, including a list of contents. Lowe sometimes posts to one of the large American lists accessible via the web, allaboutjazz, I think.
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> Gesendet: 25.05.07 13:28:22
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> Betreff: [RedHotJazz] London Jazz Society
> Have any list members ever attended any of the meetings held by the
> London Jazz Society? I am hoping to attend tomorrow's meeting due to be
> held at the Civil Service Club, Great Scotland Yard at 2.00 pm.
> "That Devilin' Tune"
> Author David Bradbury presents a talk based on saxophonist Allen Lowe's
> provocative alternative history of jazz with recorded examples from
> some surprising sources, including more of Arthur Pryor, trombonist.
> Who is Allen Lowe, I wonder?
> Robert Greenwood
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