Jazz master Ron Carter’s biography, Finding The Right Notes, is now available as an audiobook. Written by Dan Ouellette, the aural version is read by Carter himself and include musical intros to each chapter. Its total running time is over twelve hours.
Finding The Right Notes chronicles Carter’s life from his beginnings in Michigan to his rise in the jazz world and up through his current work. He’s cited as the most-recorded jazz bassist in history and has worked with artists including Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Freddie Hubbard, Lee Morgan, Horace Silver, and many more. Carter is also a Grammy-award winner.
The Finding the Right Notes audiobook is available now through 1630 Jazz Books on an autographed “wallet card style” stainless steel 16GB USB drive or as a digital download.