New York: Oxford University Press, 1994. Hardcover. ix, 246p., first printing, dj. European American jazz critic discusses "the shocking pervasiveness of racism in jazz's past and present --both the white racism that long ghettoized the music and generations of talented black musicians, and what Lees maintains is an increasingly virulent reverse racism aimed at white jazz musicians. In candid interviews, living jazz legends, critics, and composers step forward and share their thoughts"