Every jazz fan and every jazz musician should listen to this stunning autobiography of Maestro Ron Carter. Also every classical, Brazilian and hip-hop musician. Anyone who loves music at all.
Read by the Maestro himself in that famous mellifluous voice, It's part jazz history, part American history, and all Carter history.
A core part of the Ron Carter Library it's a detailed trip through his life including:
*Childhood in Ferndale, MI when he got his first aluminum cello from his public school
*The Miles Davis Years *The recording years as a free lancer with the most influential musicians in multiple genres
*World tours with his many different groups
*Classical music and the Nonet The list goes on....
The book is 12.5 hours with musical intros to each chapter. Choose between instant download or USB Card with an elegant stainless steel look and Mr. Carter's printed autograph.
Written by Dan Ouellette
Listen to a sample from the chapter on the co-mingling of jazz and hip hop
"When it's all said and done, remember to bring a little kindness to the table."
"It's fantastic, absolutely brilliant... I particularly like that he tells the story himself. Lends a higher level of magic to an already magic trip He da man!"
-Pee Wee Ellis