Around 1941 the German philosopher Theodor Adorno wrote some works about radio and jazz - obviously he didn't like jazz, and surely big bands sounded to him as just canned junk. Surely I can't agree with Adorno (but I would agree if you put Beatles or rock in the place of Ellington, Dorsey and so). Ever to me became easy to find several errors as to refer to amateur radio operators like bradcast listenings. Adoro is, of course, known as one of the most influential philosophers from XXth Century. But going right to the spot: is there any answer to Adorno works really imersive, complete, wrote by musicians or someone who really understood about jazz?