When the columns were playing soul and jazz: photographs from the clubs of Memphis in the ' 70sBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/when-the-columns-were-playing-soul-and-jazz-photographs-from-the-clubs-of-memphis-in-the-70s
Such musical genres as jazz, rhythm and Blues and soul, appeared in America under the influence of African American culture. These rare photos taken in soul clubs in Memphis and new York — works by famous photographer David reed. By working together with the Sunday Times magazine in 1969, Reid took pictures for him until 1990. He is busy in his beloved profession so far.
These pictures were included in the Sunday Times magazine from the early 70-ies. By the time the music genre of soul music that originated in the 50s, was at the peak of popularity. Soul music became more diverse, absorbing the traits of various styles and shimmering in the micro-genres.
The author of the brilliant photographer David reed. During his long career, he has worked with many legendary publications such as The Observer Magazine, The Telegraph Magazine and Nova Magazine. Today the Maestro continues his brilliant career as a photojournalist and documentarian.