AED 6,327.00 – AED 20,375.00 (Inc. Tax)6025.714286-19404.761905
During the Kind of Blue sessions, Miles Davis provided his sextet with a schematic framework for the modal improvisations that would comprise the album. Though primarily a trumpet player, Davis used the piano as a compositional tool. This rare shot of Miles at the keys provides a candid insight into his working methods as well as a glimpse into the studio ambience that created one of the most atmospheric and influential albums of all-time.
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Don Hunstein’s iconic photographs have become symbols of an era. In the history of music photography, Don’s work during his 30 years at Columbia records is unsurpassed in its scope and breadth. Through his subtle humor and quiet nature, he was able to record many great moments in music history. He photographed the famous and the not so famous. Hundreds of album covers and behind the scenes work. His photographs documented a rare time when musicians spent time on their art, rather than their publicity.Don Hunstein grew up in St. Louis, MO and attended Washington University, graduating in 1950 with a degree in English.
After college he enlisted in the US Air Force and was stationed in Fairford, England, and assigned a desk job. It was this assignment that allowed him to travel around Europe. He began photographing casually, taking pictures to send home to his family, and then with the help of a Leica M3 purchased in the PX, and inspired by a book of renowned street photographer Henri Cartier Bresson’s work, his hobby began to take him on a lifelong path. After a year in Fairford, Don was transferred to a base outside of London. There he joined a local camera club and took evening classes at London’s Central School of Art and Design, becoming influenced by the artists and designers whom he met there.
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