- Author:Universe Publishing,Francis Wolff
- Publisher:Universe Pub (June 2004)
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Francis Wolff was not just Blue Note's primary photographer (and quite . It's evident great care was put into publishing this book.
Francis Wolff was not just Blue Note's primary photographer (and quite talented), he was also the label's co-founder. His already skillful eye was that much more in tune (no pun intended) with his subjects and sensitive to the working environment. He was able to capture subtle moments few likely could. 2 people found this helpful. The Blue Note paperback I mentioned is smaller and has some great color shots, probably more text and a slightly busier layout and if you like Wolff's images I think it's well worth getting. Both books are a visual celebration of some of the greatest jazz ever recorded.
Universe PublishingFor those of us who can't erase from our minds the haunting photography of Francis Wolff, Universe Publishing offers . The 1995 book, The Blue Note Years, enjoyed critical and commercial success.
Universe PublishingFor those of us who can't erase from our minds the haunting photography of Francis Wolff, Universe Publishing offers solace in the form of Blue Note Jazz Photography Of Francis Wolff. That success has led to another compilation of Wolff photographs, this time numbering 200. Blue Note Jazz Photography Of Francis Wolff documents the creative process and brings visual life to the musicians whose music has enriched the listeners' lives.
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Note Bleu: Best of the Blue Note Years 1998–2005 is a "best of" or "greatest hits" compilation from avant-jazz-funk organ trio Medeski Martin & Wood, released in 2006 and featuring select songs from all of the band's albu.
Note Bleu: Best of the Blue Note Years 1998–2005 is a "best of" or "greatest hits" compilation from avant-jazz-funk organ trio Medeski Martin & Wood, released in 2006 and featuring select songs from all of the band's albums released on Blue Note Records. The band has since started an independent label, Indirecto Records. I Wanna Ride You" – 3:25.
Francis Wolff (April 6, 1907 – March 8, 1972) was a record company executive, photographer and record producer. Wolff's skills, as an executive and a photographer, were important contributions to the success of the Blue Note record label. Jakob Franz "Franny" Wolff was born in Berlin, Germany, where he became a Jazz enthusiast, despite the government ban placed on this type of music after 1933. After a career as a commercial photographer in Germany, Wolff emigrated to the United States.
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Twelve month 2005 calendar just in time for the New Year. Read the series here: Watermarks are not visible on the print. 1280x2097px 21. 4 KB. Show More. Do the numbers have big open squares to write things on? (because the pictures are of course going to be fantastic, but some people need a little extra square-room on a callendar to make sure they don't forget what happens next not like I speak from experience or anything.
Francis Wolff was one of the greatest jazz photographers of all time. Innumerable Blue Note records have Wolff's photographs on the covers
Francis Wolff was one of the greatest jazz photographers of all time. Business manager of Blue Note Records for thirty years, Wolff was also the company's session photographer. Innumerable Blue Note records have Wolff's photographs on the covers. This book is the first monograph of Wolff's work, with gorgeous reproductions of his stunning photographs. Art Blakey, John Coltrane, Bud Powell, and Dexter Gordon are but a few of the faces captured by Wolff's camera. An important, long-awaited book.