About the Book
Paul Slaughter / Jazz Photographs 1969 to 2010, with a foreword by renowned jazz musician Charles Lloyd, is a 12x12 inch square book, 80 pages, with 81 photographs of jazz greats, mostly in black and white with a few in color. Photographs include classic images of Miles, Dizzy, and Duke, to more modern images of Redman, Metheny, Lloyd and Marsalis. The photographs have been selected from Paul Slaughter’s extensive collection of jazz photographs dating from 1969 to the present. See book preview and an index of musicians included.
"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
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Large Square, 12×12 in, 30×30 cm
- Publish Date Aug 30, 2010
- Tags Christian McBride, Pat Metheny, Sonny Rollins, Wynton Marsalis, Duke Ellington, Miles Davis, Charles Lloyd, color photography, black and white photography, fine art photography, jazz musicians, jazz photographs, jazz photos, Dizzy Gillespie, New Mexico Jazz, Quincy Jones, Dave Brubeck, Nancy Wilson, Monterey Jazz Festival
Paul Slaughter, an avid jazz fan, has been photographing jazz musicians for over forty years and has an extensive photographic collection of the jazz greats. Previously he had careers as a jazz disc jockey and an actor on stage and television. He has a professional background in commercial photography, photojournalism, an special photography for film, television, and theater. In 1984 he was the Official Photographer for the Los Angeles Olympic Committee. He has led photographic workshops internationally. Assignments have taken him to over 75 countries. Paul is a Contributing Editor to Rangefinder Magazine.