Jade Visions: The Life and Music of Scott Lafaro

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JADE VISIONS
The Life and Music of Scott LaFaro

Helene LaFaro-Fernández

with
Chuck Ralston,
Jeff Campbell and Phil Palombi

Foreword by Don Thompson

Introduction by Gene Lees

Number 4 in the North Texas
Lives of Musicians Series

University of North Texas Press
Denton, Texas

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Foreword xi
  • Preface xv
  • Acknowledgments xvii
  • Introduction - Young Mr. Lafaro xxi
  • Prologue 1
  • Chapter 1 - La Famiglia 3
  • Chapter 2 - Geneva- The Early Years 7
  • Chapter 3 - Early Influences 17
  • Chapter 4 - High School Days 25
  • Chapter 5 - Beginning Bass to Buddy and Baker 41
  • Chapter 6 - Transposition 1957 59
  • Chapter 7 - Working the West Coast 1958 77
  • Chapter 8 - Kenton, Goodman, and Monk 1959 93
  • Chapter 9 - New York- Getz, Coleman, and Evans 1960 111
  • Chapter 10 - Realization 1961 131
  • Chapter 11 - Last Days 147
  • Chapter 12 - Aftermath 151
  • Chapter 13 - His Music I 155
  • Chapter 14 - His Music II 175
  • Chapter 15 - His Music III 201
  • Chapter 16 - His Legacy 211
  • Appendix I - Remembering Scott Lafaro 225
  • Appendix II - When Sam Met Scotty 231
  • Appendix III - Prescott Restoration- The Lafaro Legacy 235
  • Descriptive Information - On the Lafaro Bass Violin 246
  • Scott Lafaro - Discography 249
  • EndNotes 291
  • Bibliography - A Select Annotated List of Books and Articles about Scott Lafaro 299
  • Index 315
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