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  Photographs from the Golden Age of Jazz: Gottlieb's Life and Work
He underwent a series of orientations in Virginia, Mississippi, North Carolina, Connecticut, California, and Washington, and eventually served as both a photo officer and classifications officer.
He was fortunate to remain in the United States in ideal working conditions; in fact, he fondly (and with a certain amount of guilt) recalls listening to the Glenn Miller Orchestra play in the balcony of the mess hall at Yale University.
He didn't know what was in those letters, and he would put me on extra KP duty and things like that, but he never would make an all-out frontal attack on me because I was too big and kind of domineering in my own way.
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 Trombone Page of the World   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
He was the jazz editor of Record Review during its entire existence (1976-84), has been a free-lancer since 1983, and has written for Down Beat, Jazz Times and Jazz forum.
He is currently a regular contributor to ten magazines including Jazziz, Cadence, Coda, the L.A. Jazz Scene, the Mississippi Rag and the Jazz Report.
In addition, he has written over 100 liner notes, was a contributor to the New Grove Dictionary and assisted on the fourth edition of Leonard Feather and Ira Gitler's Encyclopedia of Jazz.
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 Jazz Resource Library - Links
Jazz: A Film by Ken Burns A wealth of jazz information including jazz classroom activites for K through 12 under the heading "Jazz Kids."
Mississippi Rag Feature stories on contemporary and legendary giants of traditional jazz and ragtime; includes links to further jazz education sites
Music Resource A comprehensive list of virtually every jazz recording currently in print; includes detailed information for most recordings
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