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|Series||Bio-bibliographies in the performing arts -- no. 48|
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|Number of Pages||321|
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It's a nicely written and easy to read book, but to get a complete picture of Jolson get Goldman's "Jolson:the legend comes to life" and Barry Anderton's Sonny Boy:The life of Al Jolson(or better still his "Jolsonography")for a more complete overall n's book beats this one,not only for the detail,but for the radio-ography /5(12).
First published inMichael Freedland's biography of Al Jolson sees a new version published in May, While some may take issue with parts of the book as to their historical accuracy, that a new edition of this popular Jolson biography, at least the fourth time this book has been reprinted, bodes well for those researching the World's Greatest Entertainer.
Al Jolson has 14 books on Goodreads with 33 ratings. Al Jolson’s most popular book is The Jazz Singer. Al Jolson, byname of Asa Yoelson, (bornSrednike, Russia [now Seredžius, Lithuania]—died OctoSan Francisco, California, U.S.), popular American singer and blackface comedian of the musical stage and motion pictures, from before World War I to His unique singing style and personal magnetism established an immediate rapport with.
Al Jolson, celebrated star of the worldâ??s first â??talking pictureâ?. and self-proclaimed Worldâ??s Greatest Entertainer, blazed many trails through show business â?. and today his name still conjures up the glamour of Broadway and the silver screen.
This is the definitive biography of a man who became a household name in his own lifetime.1/5(1). From the early days of his stage career in the decades before World War I through his unparalleled comeback after World War II, Al Jolson was billed as The World's Greatest Entertainer.
This book provides an insightful sketch of Jolson's life and a comprehensive record of his extensive Edition: Annotated Edition.