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- ISBN: 0062658190
- ISBN: 9780062658197
- ISBN: 0062653946
- ISBN: 9780062653949
- ISBN: 0062476777
- ISBN: 9780062476777
xii, 270 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Harper, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 
|Formatted Contents Note:||Anna Suraci Benedetto -- Bob Hope -- Bing Crosby -- Louis Armstrong -- Fiorello La Guardia -- Pyrites -- Count Basie -- Judy Garland -- San Francisco -- Harold Arlen -- Harry Belafonte -- Martin Luther King, Jr. -- Fred Astaire -- Cary Grant -- Cole Porter -- Nat "King" Cole -- Rosemary Clooney -- Bill Evans -- Jackie Kennedy -- Pablo Picasso -- Sadie Vimmerstedt -- Lena Horne -- Maurice Chevalier -- Frank Sinatra -- Jimmy Durante -- Astoria, Queens, New York -- Abraham Lincoln -- Jack Benny and George Burns -- Sammy Cahn -- Al Jolson -- Duke Ellington -- John Singer Sargent -- Ella Fitzgerald -- Pearl Bailey -- Charlie Chaplin -- Johnny Mercer -- Louis Prima -- Amy Winehouse -- Ralph Sharon -- Lady Gaga -- Susan Benedetto -- Giovanni "John" Benedetto.|
|Summary, etc.:||At ninety, Bennett's career as a musician and artist is as productive as ever. Here, he pays homage to the remarkable people who inspired his life lessons: family, friends and entertainers that have enriched his own life through the principles they imparted to him.|
- Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2016 November #1
"Just getting started" at 90, Bennett tells readers that he learned joy from Louis Armstrong, the essence of elegance from Pablo Picasso, and the rewards of collaboration from Harold Arlen. He called Astoria, Queens, his home and, yes, he famously left his heart in San Francisco. His admiration for Lady Gaga and Amy Winehouse would befit someone 70 years his junior, while his professional debt to Cole Porter, Duke Ellington, and Johnny Mercer goes back nearly that far. From Fred Astaire to Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland to Pearl Bailey, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to Abraham Lincoln, Bennett credits iconic artists, political figures, family members, and various places with teaching him vital lessons about life and show business. The singer and painter's third autobiographical book, following Life Is a Gift (2012), and written with backup from Simon, is as breezy and meaningful as one of his trademark songs as readers learn about the man by the company he kept and the heroes he worships. Bennett's ethereal still lifes and landscape paintings adorn this simple yet profound and gracious homage. Copyright 2016 Booklist Reviews.
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