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The Cat On a Hot Thin Groove Paperback – Jun 6 2013

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Great, A Must for Jazz Fans, 1940s/1950s History Buffs, UPA-style Art Lovers Feb. 28 2014
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Gene Deitch's artwork is superb on every level, alive, crazy and musical in his line, his shapes, his characters and colors: it's amusing to see how Deitch and the RECORD CHANGER folks seemingly disdained bebop in the late 1940s, considering how modern memory ties artwork like Deitch's to modernists like Dizzy, Bird and Miles...but it's a joy to read, discover and dig.