John Coltrane Newport Jazz 1965 Dizzy Gillespie Thelonious Monk + more orig. mag

An ultra-rare 1965 original Jazz Music publication : Sounds & Fury / issue no. 2, October 1965 / Taylor-Franklin Publishers, New York / 64 pp / >> includes a 19-pg. portfolio of drawings by artist and designer Don Brodeur , of performers at the1965 Newport Jazz Festival

Description: A 64-pp (incl. cover) 1965 original publication, being issue number 2, of Sounds & Fury

Notable for the 2-page critical article " Coltrane 's Progress" by Henry Woodfin, reviewing the (then) 10-year history of this giant's recordings; loads of on-stage Newport photos (anyone in the world of jazz who performed that year seems to have a photo here, somewhere, including some non-stage candids); an interview with Woody Herman ; a sort of diary page by Victoria Spivey , who first began her career in The Blues in 1926; Jean French profiling Roland Kirk and his family; a 7-page, authoritative piece on the Speed Webb bands; 6 pages of record reviews ( Clark Terry , Hank Mobley , Ramsey Lewis , J.J. Johnson , Art Pepper , more) ;

and ....that remarkable set of drawings in the centerpiece, as mentioned before. Artist Don Brodeur does a great job on these drawings bringing to life performers John Lewis , Carmen McRae , Les McCann , Coltrane , Monk , Dizzy , Louis Bellson , Billy Taylor , James Moody , Paul Gonsalves , Art
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