Jazz Street. A photographic exploration into the world of jazz by Dennis Stock. Text by Nat Hentoff. Doubleday, New York, 1960. 15 + 63 pp. text. Quarto. First edition. Inscribed on verso of preliminary page. Hardbound in library protected dust jacket. Illustrated endpapers. 130 black-and-white reproductions. Includes commentary on the images.
"This book takes you closer to Jazz Street, brings you closer to its people, its ever-changing moods, its vital, powerful music. Jazz Street has no geographical identity For the musician, it's his home, his job, his entire world. For the listener, it's wherever he hears teh wild weird sad joyful stomping somber brassy quiet hot cool beautiful sounds of jazz."--from the jacket copy (clearly written before Wynton Marsalis' ongoing 'museumification' of jazz)
Near Fine+ in Very Good dust jacket; just a bit of fading and wear to extremities; tiny nicks to cloth at base of spine; jacket with wear and several small tears (less than 1/2") to edges; 1/2" chip with adjacent creasing upper edge of rear panel.