Jim Marshall is universally known as “the Father of music photography” and the only photographer to ever be honored by The Grammys with a Trustees Award for his life’s work. Jim Marschall, Jazz Festival is a tribute to his work. Containing 95 percent previously unseen images, Marshall managed to capture the freedom, the excitement and the intimacy of the Newport and Monterey Jazz Festivals of the 1960s.
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