11 edition of The house that Trane built found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references, discography, and index.
|LC Classifications||ML3792 .K34 2006|
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Impulse! Records chronicled some of the greatest jazz artists of the s. In The House That Trane Built, author Ashley Kahn recounts in layman-friendly terms the full story of this unusual and fascinating company, tracing its nearly two-decade arc of artistic triumphs and unlikely marketing coups. Leaning on extensive archival research and interviews with well over fifty musicians, industry executives, and producers.
The House That Trane Built: The Story Of Impulse Records Ashley Kahn Hardcover; pages W.W. Norton & Co. Inc. Author Ashley Kahn's latest contribution to the documentation of jazz history is The House That Trane Built: The Story Of Impulse Records, a chronicle of the rise of Impulse Records in the '60s and 'e Records occupied a unique place in the . Get this from a library! The house that Trane built: the story of Impulse Records. [Ashley Kahn] -- "Through the exciting and rapid changes of the s and s, Impulse Records was the sound of jazz tradition and the shape of jazz to come - edgy, soulful, and elegantly packaged. In The House.
Title: House That Trane Built: The Story Of Impulse Records Format: Paperback Product dimensions: pages, X 7 X in Shipping dimensions: pages, X 7 X in Published: November 6, Publisher: WW Norton Language: English. The House That Trane Built: The Story of Impulse Records by Ashley Kahn Updated Ap – By Steve Futterman Having delved into the makings of two iconic albums in previous books about Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue and John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme, Ashley Kahn is casting his net wider.
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A very good book for the world to read. JOHN COLTRANE is the builder of THE HOUSE THAT TRANE BUILT. A TRUE EXCELLENT SUPERIOR MUSICIAN, CRAFTMEN, COMPOSER = JOHN COLTRANE*/5(30). The House That Trane Built tells the story of the label, balancing tales of individual passion, artistic vision, and commercial motivation.
Weaving together research, dynamic album covers, session photographs, and nearly one hundred interviews with executives, journalists, producers, and musicians from Ray Charles and Alice Coltrane to Quincy Jones, Pharoah Sanders, McCoy Tyner /5(30). The House That Trane Built is the story of Impulse Records and the imprint it left not just on the jazz world but music as a whole.
Kahn has written other fantastic books about the creation of legendary jazz albums "Kind of Blue" and "A Love Supreme". This book is a complimenting addition to that list.4/5. The artistic and commercial vicissitudes of a seminal jazz label, reconsidered. Journalist Kahn, who has written about Miles Davis (Kind of Blue) and John Coltrane (A Love Supreme), now examines the history of Impulse Records, that singular jazz incubator of the ’60s and ’ted as an imprint of ABC-Paramount, the corporation encompassing the eponymous TV network.
The house that Trane built book Joe Boyd revels in Ashley Kahn's fascinating tale of a seminal jazz record label, The House That Trane Built Sat 14 Oct EDT First published on Sat 14 Oct EDT Share on FacebookAuthor: Guardian Staff.
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The book "The House That BJ Built", being the sequel of "Those Pricey Thakur Girls", is an entirely modern story compared to the earlier one. It is quite enjoyable that I couldn't put it aside even for a while.
It's full of foxy and money-minded people with exciting and stunning twists, which add to the beauty of the story. Ashley Kahn The House That Trane Built Similar books Books similar to The House That Trane Built: The Story of Impulse Records The House That Trane Built. Description of the book "The House That Trane Built: The Story of Impulse Records": Following the path of its star musician John Coltrane, Impulse Records cut a creative swath through the s and s with the politically charged avant-garde jazz that defined the label's musical and spiritual identity.
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& Company, Inc. The House That Trane Built: The Story of Impulse Records is a four-disc set, compiled and annotated by author Ashley Kahn who wrote the book of the same name being published concurrently with its release.
Impulse's great run was between and -- a period of 15 years that ushered in more changes in jazz than at any other point in the music's history.9/ Clue: "The House That ___ Built: The Story of Impulse Records" ( jazz book) "The House That ___ Built: The Story of Impulse Records" ( jazz book) is a crossword puzzle clue that we have spotted 1 time.
There are related clues (shown below). The Economist reviews “The House that Trane Built: The Story of Impulse Records” by Ashley Kahn. Excerpts from the review – ASK any fan or critic to nominate the most influential jazz figures of the past 50 years and two names will invariably come up: John Coltrane, saxophonist extraordinary, and Miles Davis, trumpeter.
The House That Trane Built tells the story of the label, balancing tales of individual passion, artistic vision, and commercial motivation. Music journalist and Morning Edition contributor Ashley Kahn has written a new book about Impulse -- The House That Trane Built.
The label started as an edgy, experimental unit of entertainment. The house that Trane built the story of Impulse Records by Ashley Kahn Published by W.W.
Norton & Co. in New York. Book Review by Jean Timmons. When Giants Walked the Earth Ashley Kahn is the consummate jazz book packager.
He can reveal aspects of jazz that can enlighten even hardcore jazz fans. His latest production, The House That Trane Built: The Story of Impulse Records, is a behind-the-scene account of the relationship between the legendary John. The House That Trane Built: The Story of Impulse Records has 3 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace Same Low Prices, Bigger 5/5(1).
The Impulse Records Story: The House That Trane Built Never has one jazz label been so associated with one artist. As John Coltrane’s legend has grown, so has the legacy of Impulse Records.
The label’s orange-and-black colors are as renowned as the wide range of music it has produced-from swing to the new thing. This is a great companion to Ashley Khan's maticulous The House That Trane Built: The Story of Impulse Records but let's face it, with so many of the Impulse CDs so chaep just now you want to get a whole lot of the complete albums.
My local record shop (yes I still insist on calling it a record shop) Fopp in Edinburgh, has had a lot of these, like Impulse 2-on Hard Work / 5/5(4).The House That Trane Built: The Story of Impulse Records by Ashley Kahn starting at $ The House That Trane Built: The Story of Impulse Records has 3 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace5/5(1).
In his book, “The House That Trane Built: The Story of Impulse Records,” the journalist and music historian Ashley Kahn outlines .