Dizzy Gillespie by Francine Winham

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Photographer: Francine Winham - Courtesy of Rockarchive, UK
Location: Newport
Edition: 30
Date: 1966

"They called him Dizzy, but the man had plenty of sense.” By the time I photographed Dizzy Gillespie at Newport, he was already a legend. His beret, horn-rimmed glasses, scat singing, bent horn, and pouched cheeks (which I remember seeing close up at Ronnie Scotts and finding extremely disturbing) made him one of the most popular and recognisable musicians on the jazz scene."

Print Quality: Archival Digital Fine-Art print on Hahnemühle paper.

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