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Paul Maher

Paul Maher Jr. is an author and an editor. He is the author of Jack Kerouac's American Journey and Kerouac: His Life and Work, and he is the editor of Tom Waits on Tom Waits; Empty Phantoms: Interviews and Encounters with Jack Kerouac; and Miles on Miles: Interviews and Encounters with Miles Davis.
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Miles on Miles
Miles on Miles (5 Formats) ›
Edited by Paul Maher, Edited by Michael Dorr
Cloth Price 24.95

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Published Nov 2008

Gathering the 30 most vital Miles Davis interviews—on his music, his life, and his philosophy—this collection reveals the jazz icon as a complex and contradictory man, secretive at times but extraordinarily revealing at others. Miles was not only a musical genius, but an enigma, and nowhere else was he so compelling, exasperating, and entertaining as he was in his interviews, which vary from polite to outrageous, from straight-ahead to contrarian. Many were conducted by leading journalists like Leonard Feather, Stephen Davis, Ben Sidran, Mike Zwerin, and Nat Hentoff; while others have never before been printed, and are newly transcribed from radio and television shows—making this the definitive source for anyone wanting to really encounter the legend in print.
Tom Waits on Tom Waits
Tom Waits on Tom Waits (4 Formats) ›
Edited by Paul Maher
Trade Paper Price 19.95

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Published Aug 2011

This autobiographical portrait of Tom Waits takes shape through a selection of more than 50 interviews. Starting with the first interview—on KPFK-FM’s Folkscene in 1973—Waits speaks out on a variety of topics and shares something truly unique with his readers. In a rap that is a synthesis of inflections—Louis Armstrong, Charles Bukowski, Jack Kerouac, Mark Twain, hobo, pool hall attendant, vaudevillian huckster, musicologist par excellence, and a fresh slathering of the organic word-ooze of William S. Burroughs—Waits comes across as well read, informed, and lucidly aware of current pop culture. He delivers prose as crafted, poetic, potent, brilliant, and haunting as the lyrics of his best songs.