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Motown Artist by Artist

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In 1959 Berry Gordy Jr., a high school dropout, former boxer and record store owner, founded the Motown record label in Detroit. The company name, which played on the city's proud tradition of car manufacture, was to become synonymous with great music as Gordy took the sound of black America to the world. Starting with Barrett Strong's Money (That's What I Want), Motown racked up hit after hit, becoming familiar to UK audiences under the name of Tamla Motown and launching the careers of megastars like Diana Ross and The Supremes, The Four Tops, Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson, The Temptations and the Jackson 5. The 'Motown Sound' was instantly recognisable and unavoidably infectious. As the decades wore on and musician styles changed, Motown moved with the times, launching a myriad of specialist labels and finding new artists to push the boundaries. After a 2005 merger with Universal, the hits kept coming. Motown Artist by Artist relates the history of one of popular music's longest lasting success stories through the stories of the singers and musicians who made the hits. From Ashford & Simpson to Stevie Wonder, every Motown success story is here.
Category: Music. ISBN: 9781782812357

Creating the Revolutionary Artist

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Creating the Revolutionary Artist provides musicians with the tools to build relationships in their communities, jumpstart and fund new initiatives, and ultimately create successful careers. The book includes strength identification and idea creation exercises, case studies, and a toolkit to guide readers through their own community-based project.
Category: Music. ISBN: 9781538109915

Creating the Revolutionary Artist

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Creating the Revolutionary Artist provides musicians with the tools to build relationships in their communities, jumpstart and fund new initiatives, and ultimately create successful careers. The book includes strength identification and idea creation exercises, case studies, and a toolkit to guide readers through their own community-based project.
Category: MUSIC / Business Aspects. ISBN:

Creating the Revolutionary Artist

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Creating the Revolutionary Artist provides musicians with the tools to build relationships in their communities, jumpstart and fund new initiatives, and ultimately create successful careers. The book includes strength identification and idea creation exercises, case studies, and a toolkit to guide readers through their own community-based project.
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Portraits of the Artist

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Gedo's pathbreaking exploration of the psychology of creativity incorporates first-hand material drawn from his extensive clinical work with artists, musicians, and other exceptionally creative individuals. Using this body of clinical knowledge as conceptual anchorage, he then offers illuminating reassessments of the artistic productivity of van Gogh, Picasso, Gauguin, and Caravaggio, and the literary productivity of Nietzsche, Jung, and Freud.
Category: Psychology & Psychiatry. ISBN: 9780881630978

Creating the Revolutionary Artist

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Creating the Revolutionary Artist provides musicians with the tools to build relationships in their communities, jumpstart and fund new initiatives, and ultimately create successful careers. The book includes strength identification and idea creation exercises, case studies, and a toolkit to guide readers through their own community-based project.
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Creating the Revolutionary Artist

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Creating the Revolutionary Artist provides musicians with the tools to build relationships in their communities, jumpstart and fund new initiatives, and ultimately create successful careers. The book includes strength identification and idea creation exercises, case studies, and a toolkit to guide readers through their own community-based project.
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From the Minds of Jazz Musicians

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From the Minds of Jazz Musicians: Conversations with the Creative and Inspired celebrates contemporary jazz artists who have toiled, struggled and succeeded in finding their creative space. The volume was developed through transcribing and editing selected interviews with 35 jazz artists, conducted by the author between 2009 and 2012 in New York City, with a historical essay on each artist to provide context. The interviews feature musicians from a broad range of musical styles and experiences, ranging from Gerald Wilson, born in 1918, to Chris Potter, born in 1971. Topics range from biographical life histories to artists' descriptions of mentor relationships, revealing the important life lessons they learned along the way. With the goal to discover the person behind the persona, the author elicits conversations that speak volumes on the creative process, mining the individualistic perspectives of seminal artists who witnessed history in the making. The interviews present the artists' candid and direct opinions on music and how they have succeeded in pursuing their unique and creative lives.
Category: Music. ISBN: 9781138240780

Jazz Musicians, 1945 to the Present

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From its very beginnings, the nature of jazz has been to reinvent itself. As the musical genre evolved from its roots--blues, European music, Voodoo ceremonies, and brass bands that played at funerals, parades and celebrations--the sound reflected the tenor of the times, from the citified strains of the Roaring '20s to the Big Band swing of pre-World War II to the bop revolution that grew out of the minimalist sound the war forced upon the art form. That the music continued to develop and evolve is a tribute to the power and creativity of its musicians. Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk, Sarah Vaughan, Art Blakey, Dave Brubeck, Sun Ra, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Diana Krall, Archie Shepp, Chick Corea, Branford Marsalis, Larry Coryell, and Kenny Kirkland are just some of the jazz greats profiled here. The five major periods of jazz--the bop revolution, hard bop and cool jazz, the avant-garde, fusion, and contemporary--form the basis for the sections in this reference work, with a brief history of each period provided. The artists who were integral to the evolution of each period are then profiled. Each biographical entry focuses on the artist's life and his or her influence on jazz and on music as a whole. A complete discography for each musician is also provided.
Category: Reference. ISBN: 9780786420971

Think Like an Artist

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Think Like an Artist by BBC Arts editor Will Gompertz - wisdom and smart thinking from Da Vinci to Ai Weiwei Why do some people seem to find it easy to come up with brilliant, fresh ideas? And how do they turn them into something worthwhile? Will Gompertz, the BBC's Arts Editor and a former director at the Tate, has spent years getting up close and personal with some of the world's greatest creative thinkers. And he's discovered a handful of traits that are common to all successful people, from novelists and film directors to scientists and philosophers. These basic practices allow their talent to flourish. And they can be adopted by all of us - no matter what we do in life - to unleash our own latent creativity and help us achieve extraordinary things. It's time to Think Like An Artist. 'Will Gompertz is the best teacher you never had' Guardian As the BBC's Arts Editor, Will Gompertz has interviewed and observed many of the world's leading artists, directors, novelists, musicians, actors and designers. Creativity Magazine in New York ranked him as one of the 50 most original thinkers in the world. He is the author of the international bestselling art history book What Are You Looking At? which has been published in over 15 languages.
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