Paul Slaughter / Jazz Photographs 1969-2010, with a Foreword by the renowned jazz musician Charles Lloyd, is now published. Go to http://www.blurb.com to take a sneak preview of the book. Order a copy if you are so inclined. The hard cover book with dust jacket is 12x12 inches (larger than the preview), 80 pages, with 81 photographs of jazz greats, including classic images of Miles, Dizzy, and Duke, to more modern images of Redman, Metheny, Lloyd and Marsalis. Photographs are in black and white and some in color. They have been selected from Paul's extensive collection of jazz photographs he has created from 1969 to the present. For information to order a signed copy of the book send an email to: [email protected]
"Paul Slaughter's images sweep you up close to the artist, providing a touching look at the creative forces that make jazz soul-enriching."
—Marc Myers, JazzWax.com
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