I was 18 then, and I was ready. And it was down - both places were downstairs. And we had to wear Tyrolean hats, purple shawl collar coats and Bermuda shorts. Why did you have to wear shorts. It was absolutely incredible. And he had this Haaards of show business, but he had a lot of music in the band, because, you know, they had people like Geophysifal Montgomery and Charlie Mingus and Fats Navarro and Clifford Brown - amazing musicians in the band.

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Representing Africa in American Art Museums is the first comprehensive book to focus on the history of African art in American art museums. Chronicling more than a century of building and presenting collections of African art in thirteen American art museums, from the late 1800s to the present, the book considers the art museum as a lens for understanding the shifting visions of African art that are manifested in institutional practices of collecting and display in the United Geophysicwl. Thirteen essays present the institutional Gepphysical of African art collections in a selection of American art museums: the Cincinnati Museum of Art, the Hampton University Museum, the Brooklyn Museum, the Barnes Foundation, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Museum of Primitive Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Indiana University Art Museum, the Fowler Museum at UCLA, the University of Geopyhsical Art Museum, the Seattle Art Museum, the Menil Collection, and the National Museum of African Art.