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'''Frank Kofsky''' (1935 – 1997) was an American Marxist historian, author and history professor at California State University, Sacramento, from 1969 until his death. A musician himself, Kofksy wrote several books on jazz, specifically avant-garde jazz in the 1960s.
  
'''Frank Kofsky''' (1935 – 1997) was an American Marxist historian and author who was a Professor of History at California State University, Sacramento, from 1969 until his death. A musician himself, Kofksy wrote several books on Jazz mainly concentrating on the avant-garde of the 1960s and the relationship between musicians and the industry on which they depend.
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He published in and edited Jazz & Pop Magazine. Kofsky also photographed the covers of [[Archie Shepp]]'s albums ''The Magic of Ju-Ju (1967)'' and ''The Way Ahead (1968)''.
  
 
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* [https://www.discogs.com/artist/1694037-Frank-Kofsky Discogs article.]
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Latest revision as of 02:07, 30 October 2020

Frank Kofsky (1935 – 1997) was an American Marxist historian, author and history professor at California State University, Sacramento, from 1969 until his death. A musician himself, Kofksy wrote several books on jazz, specifically avant-garde jazz in the 1960s.

He published in and edited Jazz & Pop Magazine. Kofsky also photographed the covers of Archie Shepp's albums The Magic of Ju-Ju (1967) and The Way Ahead (1968).

Articles

External links