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There's a good chance that anyone with a music collection has at least one recording by Teo Macero. From Miles Davis' KIND OF BLUE - #12 on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums, and BITCHES BREW (#94) - to Dave Brubeck's TIME OUT, to Simon & Garfunkel's THE GRADUATE, to Broadway's A CHORUS LINE, Teo made history with his uncompromising attitude and groundbreaking recording innovations. And after 30 years at Columbia, 3000 albums, 25 Gold & Multi-Platinum Records, his impact spans generations, influencing modern artists from U2 producer Brian Eno to turntablist DJ Logic. But when Teo joined Columbia in 1956, he hadn't produced a single record. This is the story of how he did it...all.
Rebel producer. Studio Svengali. Groundbreaking pioneer. Hot head. Brilliant. And perhaps best known as Miles Davis' longstanding producer and collaborator, Teo is the man behind some of the most iconic, influential albums ever made. This revealing portrait is an inside look into his life and extraordinary body of work, and uncovers what made Teo run.
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