Color & Black & White
DVD & CD
The founder of Commodore, America's first independent record company, Milt Gabler rose to an illustrious three-decade career as the head of artists and repertoire at Decca, one of the industry's biggest labels. From the 1930's to the 1970's, he shaped the music of pioneers in jazz (Billie Holiday, Louis Armstrong), Pop (Bing Crosby), Folk (The Weavers), Rhythm & Blues (louis Jordan), and Rock and Roll (Bill Haley). Comedian and actor Billy Crystal-Gabler's Nephew- Personally compiled this survey of one man's astounding impact on American popular music in the twentieth century.