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For sale: NORMAN GRANZ FESTIVAL JAZZ  NAT KING COLE  QUINCY JONES

NORMAN GRANZ FESTIVAL JAZZ NAT KING COLE QUINCY JONES

Antique vintage posters from ANONYME ANONYM

Asking reference: 12705
Printer, Edition, Brands, Fondeur : MICHEL - KIESER
Creation date: 1965
Size: 33.1 X 24 (inches) / 84.0 x 61.0 (cm)
Condition backing / Material :Linen (backed on acid-free paper and cotton canvas)
Condition: A (very fine)
Price: 1 150.00

Norman Granz (6 August 1918, Los Angeles - 22 November 2001, Geneva) was an American jazz impresario and producer, active between 1945 and 1960. He is the founder of the labels Clef, Norgran, Down Home, Verve and Pablo.

The 1950s saw the great turning point in the artistic career of Nat King Cole, who had made a name for himself as a jazz pianist before becoming the great timeless crooner.

Quincy Jones, still in his twenties, moved to Paris in 1959 and, with the help of Frank Ténot and Daniel Filipacchi, set up his own big band, which he led with swing and elegance see the boxed set Quincy Jones Live in Paris.

Norman Granz, the famous impresario, initiated the meeting between the two men in 1960 during a European tour of the crooner. A fan of Cole from the outset, he asked him, in favour of a purist European audience, to plan a few titles for a trio and to take up the piano again, which he had abandoned a few years earlier.

These tracks are a sharp contrast to the big band pieces and leave room for beautiful improvisations. This record illustrates the formidable collaboration between two men with a background in jazz, both of whom are great hit-makers and both of whom have had a singular and timeless approach to great variety

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