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"Kind of Blue": The Making of the Miles Davis Masterpiece Paperback – 24 Oct 2002
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'Ashley Kahn's book about the making of this album is at once a serious work of jazz history and an appreciation of several modern masters' Sunday Times 'Kahn's prose is luminous, his research exemplary and the book itself a joy to handle...Granta's production values fully reflect the importance of its subject' Jazzwise 'A thorough, entertaining, well-illustrated read with a concise style...a model of research, artfully interpsoses his narrative with illuminating quotes which gives the book a trustworthy, multi-angled documentary feel' Mojo 'A perceptive, generous-spirited, engaging work which offers much insight into the jazz scene surrounding Kind of Blue's release. This book is a lovingly crafted object. The design is classy, with some inspired touches' Scotland on Sunday
This is a tribute to one of the most popular jazz albums of all time "Kind of Blue" by Miles Davis. It contains amomgst other things transcriptions of the unedited session tapes; in-depth interviews with musicians; Columbia Records files; vintage photographs; and a foreword by the last surviving member of the band, drummer Jimmy Cobb. This piece of music history and should be of interest to both fans and scholars of jazz music alike.See all Product description