OverTime: The Jazz Photographs

OverTime The Jazz Photographs Milt Hinton the Dean of Jazz Bassists has worked with many jazz legends in his than sixty year career All the while he s been snapping photos of his friends and colleagues OverTime presents a samp

  • Title: OverTime: The Jazz Photographs
  • Author: Milt Hinton David G. Berger Holly Maxson
  • ISBN: 9780764900174
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Paperback
  • Milt Hinton, the Dean of Jazz Bassists , has worked with many jazz legends in his than sixty year career All the while, he s been snapping photos of his friends and colleagues OverTime presents a sampling of the than 35,000 negatives in Hinton s archive accompanied by his warm anecdotal remembrances.

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    1. “If there is a line between Milt Hinton the bassist and Milt Hinton the photographer, it’s indistinguishable. The musician strives to play the not seldom heard, the photographer the subject at an angle never seen.” Branford MarsalisMilt Hinton was born in Mississippi in 1910 and grew up in Chicago, part of the great migration north. According to Scott Yannow: “Hinton has probably appeared on more records than any other musician in the world and he remains a vital figure in jazz…” Yan [...]

    2. One of my favorite jazz books (out of hundreds). Vivid, human reminiscences and some quite marvelous photographs of the giants of American music. This guy lived a lot of the history and saw a lot and captured some beautiful, sometimes heart-rending candid images of musicians that the pro photographers just couldn't get. I am proud to have an autographed first edition.Makes an excellent companion to Bill Crow's "Jazz Anecdotes."

    3. One of the greatest bassists and a very fine photographer. His photographs preserved a great many moments in jazz and American history.I was just looking at several of his images of Billie Holiday. They're haunting. He captured her beauty, sensitivity, and fragility.My copy is inscribed by both Milt "Judge" Hinton and by his wife, Mona Hinton. I treasure it.

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