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Vivid Portraits of a Musician's Life

Bassist Milt Hinton pushed his instrument to new territories in jazz. He was also an avid photographer, who took pictures other noteworthy musicians during their tours across the country. His new memoir and photography collection is called Bass Lines. Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead says the book brings Hinton out of the shadows.

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Other segments from the episode on September 26, 1988

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, September 26, 1988: Interview with Sheila Jordan and Harvie Swartz; Review of Milt Hinton's memoir "Bass Lines"; Interview with Harold Brodkey; Review of the Bush-Dukakis…

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