A superb collection of photographs spanning four-and-a-half decades of ever-changing music and styles. Part auto-biographical, David Redfern’s book includes anecdotes and personal recollections of his friends and acquaintances, among them some of the greatest musicians since the 1960s.
"He’s a jazz, soul and blues virtuoso. But he plays the Hasselblad camera instead of an instrument. Since the 1960’s David Redfern’s photographs have been music to our eyes"
"David, to me is probably the greatest jazz photographer in the world today... but he’s too tall"
"David, you’re one helluva photographer... keep shooting"
"You know Redfern. He’s the Cartier Bresson of Jazz."
The Unclosed Story Autobiographical, words rather than picture lead. This is all the stories behind the pictures; warts & all; the good the bad & the ugly & everything in-between, Watch this space for the publication date.