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CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 9/27/2016

Jim Marshall: Jazz Festival

Monterey, 1965. Dizzie Gillespie, MC. Five days of unfiltered experimentation by artists including Charles Mingus, Gil Fuller, Mary Stallings, Louis Armstrong and Anita O'Day—to name just a few. Photographer Jim Marshall was there, as he had been in 1960, '61, '63 and '64 and as he would be in 1966 as well. His pictures capture the performers and performances, the crowds, the off moments and the scene. Graham Marsh writes, "In the 1960s, when it came to jazz, style was part of the equation in both clothes and attitude. At Monterey and Newport black culture was openly embraced and integrated audiences were the norm. Nobody cared—as long as you looked sharp and dug the music—anything else was just jiving, there was strictly no room for squares." Slideshow on CNN.com!

Jim Marshall: Jazz Festival

Jim Marshall: Jazz Festival

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