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Read Out of the Long Dark: The Life of Ian Carr (Popular Music History) (Popular Music History) ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ↠ Few British jazz musicians have been at the cutting edge of as many movements as Ian Carr A pioneer bebop player in his youth a coD Mike Gibbs and his work as a player is even remarkable Yet Ian Carr is also one of the most perceptive critical writers and broadcasters about jazz being not only the co author of the Rough Guide but also the celebrated biographer of Keith Jarrett and Miles Davis In recent years he has transformed his writing talents into making innovative and prizewinning films on the music he loves for which he has always been a fearless and outspoken advocate from the time of his 1973 book Music Outside As a teacher his pupils have included such stellar British talents as Julian Joseph the Mondesir brothers and Nikki Yeoh He has been a professor of jazz at.
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Few British jazz musicians have been at the cutting edge of as many movements as Ian Carr A pioneer bebop player in his youth a colleague of Eric Burdon and John McLaughlin in the R'n'B explosion of the 60s co leader of one of Britain's most innovative jazz groups the Rendell Carr uintet a free jazz colleague of John Stevens and Trevor Watts and the founding father of jazz rock in the UK with his band Nucleus Carr's musical career alone is truly remarkable and a one man history of British jazz in the 60s and 70s Add to that his work as a member of the United Jazz and Rock Ensemble with such distinguished leaders as George Russell Stan Tracey an.
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Out of the Long Dark The Life of Ian Carr Popular Music History Popular Music HistoryLondon's Guildhall School of Music since the 1980s and was founder of the jazz workshop at the Interchange arts scheme In this full length biography Alyn Shipton examines the fascinating mix of ingredients that comprise the man and his music and in the process draws a vivid picture of Carr's home region the North East of England of National Service of such literary influences as W Somerset Maugham of post war continental Europe and its Bohemian arts scene and of the London jazz world from the 1960s onwards The book shows that jazz does not have to have an American accent to be original and innovative and to inspire audiences all around the wor.