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Herbie Nichols: A Jazzist's Life (Trade Edition) By Mark Miller
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Herbie Nichols wanted to be a Prokofiev, but when classical training proved beyond his means as a young pianist in Harlem, he decided instead to become an Ellington. In truth, he became a Nichols... More > — by his own description a “jazzist” and by any other name a singular figure on the New York jazz scene of the 1950s. He composed and all too infrequently recorded music whose originality, modernity and humour — set him apart from his contemporaries. Increasingly celebrated in the years since his death, Nichols is now honoured with this sympathetic and engaging biography.< Less
Burning Ambulance 5 By Philip Freeman
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Winter 2011 issue of a periodic journal of arts and culture. Includes interviews with Michael Gira of Swans, saxophonist Marcus Strickland, trumpeter Jeremy Pelt, Greg Tate and Jared Michael... More > Nickerson of Burnt Sugar; a round-table discussion of North American black metal; and essays on improvising guitarist Morgan Craft, pianist Cecil Taylor, the nature of time in music, and the movie Two-Lane Blacktop.< Less
Burning Ambulance 5 By Philip Freeman
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Winter 2011 issue of a periodic journal of arts and culture. Includes interviews with Michael Gira of Swans, saxophonist Marcus Strickland, trumpeter Jeremy Pelt, Greg Tate and Jared Michael... More > Nickerson of Burnt Sugar; a round-table discussion of North American black metal; and essays on improvising guitarist Morgan Craft, pianist Cecil Taylor, the nature of time in music, and the movie Two-Lane Blacktop.< Less
The Best of Jazz By Knowledge
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A rhyming tribute to the greatest jazz artists: Bud Powell, Charlie Parker, Lester Young, Earl HInes, Art Tatum, Benny Goodman, Cecil Taylor, Sonny Rollins, Dickie Wells, Fats Waller, Miles Davis,... More > Dizzie Gillespie. Chet Baker, Stan Getz and Ornette Coleman< Less
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A rhyming tribute to the greatest jazz artists: Bud Powell, Charlie Parker, Lester Young, Earl HInes, Art Tatum, Benny Goodman, Cecil Taylor, Sonny Rollins, Dickie Wells, Fats Waller, Miles Davis,... More > Dizzie Gillespie. Chet Baker, Stan Getz and Ornette Coleman< Less
Occasional Jazz Conjectures By DuRoche Tim
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Occasional Jazz Conjectures is an exploration of jazz's edges and center - idiosyncratic reflections on the intersections of arts and culture; scenic detours connecting the dots between jazz and a... More > broader landscape of mid-century politics and modernism, social history, visual culture, popular entertainment, and the avant-garde. Tim DuRoche's Conjectures are a bumper-car ride through jazz and the 20th century - careening from Bix Beiderbecke and Hart Crane to FT Marinetti, Frankie Laine and Henry Adams, Cecil Taylor and bebop, Abstract Expressionism, Cold War culture and the Beat era to meditations on the heroic impulse, love, death, revolution, and poetry.< Less
Occasional Jazz Conjectures By DuRoche Tim
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Occasional Jazz Conjectures is an exploration of jazz's edges and center - idiosyncratic reflections on the intersections of arts and culture; scenic detours connecting the dots between jazz and a... More > broader landscape of mid-century politics and modernism, social history, visual culture, popular entertainment, and the avant-garde. Tim DuRoche's Conjectures are a bumper-car ride through jazz and the 20th century - careening from Bix Beiderbecke and Hart Crane to FT Marinetti, Frankie Laine and Henry Adams, Cecil Taylor and bebop, Abstract Expressionism, Cold War culture and the Beat era to meditations on the heroic impulse, love, death, revolution, and poetry.< Less
Occasional Jazz Conjectures By DuRoche Tim
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Occasional Jazz Conjectures is an exploration of jazz's edges and center - idiosyncratic reflections on the intersections of arts and culture; scenic detours connecting the dots between jazz and a... More > broader landscape of mid-century politics and modernism, social history, visual culture, popular entertainment, and the avant-garde. Tim DuRoche's Conjectures are a bumper-car ride through jazz and the 20th century - careening from Bix Beiderbecke and Hart Crane to FT Marinetti, Frankie Laine and Henry Adams, Cecil Taylor and bebop, Abstract Expressionism, Cold War culture and the Beat era to meditations on the heroic impulse, love, death, revolution, and poetry.< Less
Occasional Jazz Conjectures By DuRoche Tim
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Occasional Jazz Conjectures is an exploration of jazz's edges and center - idiosyncratic reflections on the intersections of arts and culture; scenic detours connecting the dots between jazz and a... More > broader landscape of mid-century politics and modernism, social history, visual culture, popular entertainment, and the avant-garde. Tim DuRoche's Conjectures are a bumper-car ride through jazz and the 20th century - careening from Bix Beiderbecke and Hart Crane to FT Marinetti, Frankie Laine and Henry Adams, Cecil Taylor and bebop, Abstract Expressionism, Cold War culture and the Beat era to meditations on the heroic impulse, love, death, revolution, and poetry.< Less
A Journey into Jazz: Anecdotes, Notes and Photos of a Jazz Fan By Lee Santa
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"While stationed in Germany I continued receiving Down Beat and continued to increase my record collection. One of these albums was a concert at Yale University by Don Pullen and Milford... More > Graves. Down Beat gave the contact info for ordering the album, which was sent directly to me by Pullen himself. The album cover was hand painted by Graves and is one of only a hundred he did. While in Europe I managed to see several jazz greats. First, in 1966 I saw Ted Curson and Cecil Taylor in the Latin Quarter of Paris and Kenny Clarke at the Blue Note. As it turned out 1966 was my best year for seeing so many jazz greats. Sometime in 1967 I purchased a Pentax Spotmatic, my first SLR. The first pictures I ever took of jazz musicians were with this camera—capturing Dexter Gordon and Johnny Griffin at the Cafe Montmartre in Copenhagen, Denmark."--Lee Santa< Less