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Keystone Korner: Portrait of a Jazz Club (Inglés) Tapa blanda – nov 2011

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An essential read for anyone who's ever stepped foot in a jazz club. * Jazzwise Magazine * Kathy Sloane's oral and pictorial history . . . is a treasure. * SF Weekly * This book, on the basis of the text alone, merits a spot on the shelf alongside the classic oral jazz histories of Nat Hentoff and Studs Terkel. * All About Jazz * Open Kathy Sloane's new book, Keystone Korner, and you can smell the cigarette smoke. Put on the accompanying CD, and you can hear Bill Evans or Stan Getz playing this cramped room in North Beach 30 or 40 years ago. October 10, 2011 * San Francisco Chronicle * The intersection of Sloane's presence and the Keystone's reputation as a venue for both premier and up-and-coming musicians resulted in an extraordinary photographic record of many of jazz's leading lights in action. * Library Journal * Oakland photographer Kathy Sloane has written a splendid history of the club, featuring interviews and more than 100 photographs of artists. . . . Keystone Korner closed in 1983, but Sloane's book re-creates it in vibrant detail. * Mercury News * From the antics of the photo-laden backroom to the underground hype of Ora Harris' Keystone Kitchen, Sloane and fellow editor Sascha Feinstein leave no stone unturned. They examine the backstories of some of Keystone's most lovable characters . . . [Keystone Korner] is a delightful sensory overload definitive of the Keystone experience. * Downbeat * Like the Keystone Korner itself, Sloane's book is a labor of love and a testament to a memorable time and place. If you were lucky enough to have been there, you can relive it; if you missed it, you can go back in time and live in the heart, art and soul of a San Francisco institution that epitomized the music and feeling of jazz. * * ...[A] compelling book of photographs and oral-history interviews by Kathy Sloane...paints a vivid picture of the club and its social context in the post-hippie landscape of the Bay Area. What's captured best in the recollections, and in Ms. Sloane's atmospheric black-and-white photographs, is the warmth and informality of the place. * New York Times * [T]his fantastic book . . . chronicles the incredible years of Todd [Barkan's] ownership and management of the infamous Keystone Korner jazz club, dating from the early '70's to the early '80's, in San Francisco. * and CabaretCorner * Jazz these days is different. The close-knit sense of community between the players and audience is rare, but Kathy Sloane's photographs preserve the spirit of Keystone. * KALW-FM * Keystone Korner is terrific as a window into a legendary jazz club in addition to serving as a coffee table book. It is a fabulos book that jazz lovers will treasure to enjoy the photographs and the story of a fabled room. * In a Blue Mood *

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During the 1970s, when jazz clubs all over America were folding under the onslaught of rock and roll and disco, San Francisco's Keystone Korner was an oasis for jazz musicians and patrons. Tucked next to a police station in the city's North Beach area, the Keystone became known as one of the most important jazz spots in the United States. It was so beloved by musicians that superstars McCoy Tyner, Freddie Hubbard, Ron Carter, and Elvin Jones played a benefit concert just so the club could buy a liquor license. In this book, more than 100 black and white photographs, a collage of oral histories, and a marvelous CD of recordings from the club chronicle the Keystone experience.

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