"For two decades, Francis Wolff shot photographs of every jazz session that Blue Note Records made. He not only preserved a major part of jazz history, but with his remarkable eye, he captured amazing candid portraits of great artists that reveal the joy and intensity of jazz at the point of creation." -- Michael Cuscuna, American jazz producer, writer and Blue Note discographer
© Francis Wolff, 1960
© Francis Wolff, 1953
© Francis Wolff, 1965
© Francis Wolff, 1957
© Francis Wolff, 1958
© Francis Wolff, 1966
© Francis Wolff, Date Unknown
© Francis Wolff, 1963
© Francis Wolff, 1964
© Francis Wolff, 1954
© Francis Wolff, 1955
© Francis Wolff, 1956
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