This is as much book you can get for € 50,00. American photographer William Claxton travelled across the US in the 1960s and documented the jazz scene of those days. His journey brought him from San Francisco to Boston and from Chicago to New Orleans. Of course, New Orleans. “In the old New Orleans funerals, sad music was played on the way to the cemetery, and happy music was played on the way home.” That’s the atmosphere you will abstract from this book. No matter how miserable, shitty, painful or unjust the situation is, there’s always the music. The books comes with a cd with 23 digitally remastered original recordings from the 1960s.
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