Used. Very Good+. Cover has a bit of shelfwear, but otherwise looks unread.
Paperback. Friedman/Fairfax Publishers (1994).
Satin Dolls describes the struggle for recognition that female vocalists - from early stars like Bessie Smith and Mamie Smith to later superstars like Ella Fitzgerald and Carmen McCrae - faced as they sang their way into the international limelight. Learn about the many determined and remarkable women who contributed to the evolution of vocal jazz, a genre born from the fusion of many different musical styles.