Kind of Blue

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Da Capo Press, 2001 - Music - 222 pages
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This critically and commercially acclaimed tribute to the most popular jazz album of all time is now available in paperback. With transcriptions of the unedited session tapes; in-depth interviews with musicians; freshly discovered Columbia Records files; never-before-seen photographs; and a foreword by the last surviving member of the band, drummer Jimmy Cobb, Kind of Blue is a vital piece of music history—and will be essential for fans and scholars for years to come.
  

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Review: Kind Of Blue: The Making Of The Miles Davis Masterpiece

User Review  - Jon Tutcher - Goodreads

A fantastic insight into my favourite album of all time. Got recommended it by a musician friend, and it really makes you appreciate the circumstances and scene in NY at the time 'Kind of Blue' was ... Read full review

Review: Kind Of Blue: The Making Of The Miles Davis Masterpiece

User Review  - Blair - Goodreads

I tend to stay away from books like this, preferring to leave the music to speak for itself. But this book really illuminated what is still my favourite jazz album ever. (I try to avoid "bests", but ... Read full review

Contents

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IV
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V
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VIII
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About the author (2001)

Ashley Kahn is an award-winning journalist and radio essayist, and is the author of The House That ’Trane Built, and A Love Supreme: The Story of John Coltrane’s Signature Album. He lives in Fort Lee, New Jersey.

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