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Clark - The Autobiography of Clark Terry (Anglais) Broché – 10 août 2015

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Un livre passionnant de bout en bout.
La vie d'une très grande figure avec beaucoup de passages rares: son passage chez Duke Ellington apporte des informations exceptionnelles sur la vie avec ce génie de la musique du XXè siècle
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Tooting His Own Horn...Masterfully, As Always!! 30 septembre 2011
Par mangoesbananas - Publié sur
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What a total treat to finally be able to read the life story of Clark Terry, the absolute master musician who is known the world around as having the happiest sound in jazz. I loved reading about all the events that took him from being a boy in a junkyard to becoming the one-of-a-kind jazz legend that he is. Who knew that building a trumpet from a garden hose and a funnel would lead to Clark evolving into the most-recorded trumpet player of all time and one of only 4 trumpet players in history to ever receive the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Clark's life story, lovingly written over the course of 20 years by Clark and his wife is an excellent read. In fact, the book is so engaging, I will be reading it a-Gwen and a-Gwen!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A man with a passion for jazz, and for life 2 janvier 2012
Par James A. Vedda - Publié sur
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For decades, Clark thrilled us with style, technique, and humor as a trumpet & flugelhorn soloist and as a jazz teacher. This book gives everyone a chance to learn the story behind his ambitious career, told by the man who lived it. Before this, Clark's storytelling was a privilege largely reserved to his friends and students - a large group, to be sure, but still not as big as the audience he deserves.
Much of the book reads like a novel written in the first person. I had to keep reminding myself that this is the real story of a kid from St. Louis who developed a passion for jazz at an early age. He got some lucky breaks, but also had to overcome family hardships, racial barriers, and later in life, health problems. Among the lucky breaks, he spent 25 years as a featured soloist with top bands like Charlie Barnet, Count Basie, Duke Ellington, and the NBC Tonight Show Orchestra. He did countless recording sessions. He led his own groups, large and small. He toured the world. And he was devoted to educating new generations of jazz performers.
Along the way, we learn a lot about the personalities of many of the jazz legends that Clark worked with, and about the experience of life on the road - warts and all. There's a fair amount of salty language, but there's also plenty of praise for deserving souls. Clark is thoughtful about giving credit where it's due. (The Acknowledgements section is 10 pages!)
Extras in the back of the book include a list of Clark's compositions, his honors and awards (among them 15 honorary doctorates and a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award), and a selected discography with 371 items. The only thing I'd suggest adding is a banner across the cover that says, "Soon to be a major motion picture."
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Not sure if the 5 stars are for the book or the man. 9 décembre 2011
Par Mr. Kool - Publié sur
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I have always enjoyed the music of Clark Terry. And he has always been so good to students and fans.

A true GENTLE man.

This book shows us all that one can choose to behave with grace and manners in spite of how one is treated by parents and society in general.

And it shows what one can accomplish with single-minded devotion to excellence.

I loved how he remembered so many musicians he worked with and named them by name.

There are some very dicy situations revealed in the book that I would never have guessed.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Autobiograph is like a fireside chat 11 août 2013
Par Allen Uptegrove - Publié sur
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I met Clark Terry back in the late 1960's and was influenced by his music and his CHARACTER immensely. Having said that, you can surely understand why I was excited to now have the opportunity to read his autobiography. I could NOT put it down. Reading it was just like sitting next to the fire listening to him tell stories over a cup of coffee. It was not like reading a BOOK, but rather like we were sitting side by side and he was relating all those great memories to me and me alone. It felt very intimate and personal. Mr. Terry is an influential person to musicians the world over and has been since his start in music before WWII. The book is a great read for the musician, or simply for the music lover. Try it, and you'll agree. His stories about Count Basie, Duke Ellington and all the rest make you feel like you were really there alongside them all.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Not To Be Missed 14 mars 2015
Par G. A, Miller - Publié sur
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Clark Terry is a Musicians/Musician, a mentor, a role model for all to follow. I first had the opportunity to hear him with the Duke Ellington Orchestra in 1959 and as recently as June 2004 when he was honored with the Don Redman Award in Harpers Ferry WV. I reccomend CLARK, The Autobiography of Clark Terry to Jazz Fans and to all those whom enjoy reading about a individual that has made a difference in the lives of many. Due to his recent passing the Book CLARK is a great way to share his legacy.
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