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  • Miles Davis - Wikipedia en.wikipedia.org

    In July 1955, Davis' fortunes improved considerably when he landed a last minute booking at the second annual Newport Jazz Festival on July 17, with a line-up of Monk, Heath, drummer Connie Kay, and horn players Zoot Sims and Gerry ...

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  • Miles Davis - Trumpet Player, Songwriter - Biography.com www.biography.com

    Sep 22, 2017 ... Nine-time Grammy Award winner Miles Davis revolutionized jazz as a musician, bandleader and composer. Read more about his life and career, at Biography.com.

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  • Miles Davis - So What - YouTube www.youtube.com

    Oct 19, 2010 ... You can't help it but marvel at the luxurious basslines & gentle piano chords on this hauntingly magnificent touch of modal Jazz, the genius that is Miles Davis in his trumpestious pomp, ably assisted by a great cast such the legendary John Coltrane, now this is Jazz heaven. Read more. Show less. Reply

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  • NPR's Jazz Profiles: Miles Davis: Miles' Styles www.npr.org

    Miles Davis was the personification of restless spirit, always pushing himself and his music into uncharted territory. He was an innovative lightning rod for musicians from all genres -- particularly the brightest young players. Davis created some of the 20th Century's most challenging and influential music.

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  • Jazz Studies | College of Visual and Performing Arts vpa.uncg.edu

    Nov 7, 2017 ... The UNCG Miles Davis Jazz Studies Program offers a personal and dynamic education for incoming students. Several small jazz groups, two large jazz ensembles, and many supportive courses in improvisation, arranging/composition, history, theory, ear training, pedagogy, and piano skills lead to the ...

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  • Miles Davis | Biography, Albums, Streaming Links | AllMusic www.allmusic.com

    Miles Davis. Biography by William Ruhlmann. The epitome of cool, an eternally evolving trumpeter who repeatedly changed the course of jazz between the 1950s and '90s. Read Full Biography · Overview ↓ · Biography ↓ · Discography ↓ · Songs ↓ · Credits ↓ · Awards ↓ · Related ↓. Share this page. facebook · twitter ...

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  • Miles Davis | Official Site www.milesdavis.com

    Miles Davis and ONLY NY Brand Launch Exclusive Product Collaboration In Partnership With Legacy Recordings. November 16, 2017. More News. 11Albums. (1945 - 1955) ...

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  • SFJAZZ.org | SFJAZZ Collective: Miles Davis www.sfjazz.org

    For the SFJAZZ Center's fifth season, our resident all-star ensemble presents new arrangements of music by the genius jazz innovator Miles Davis, and freshly minted compositions by the band. More than any other figure, Davis changed the sound of jazz – not once, but consistently over his career – from the birth of bebop ...

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  • Miles Davis and the Modern Jazz Giants - Miles Davis and the ... www.allmusic.com

    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Miles Davis and the Modern Jazz Giants - Miles Davis and the Modern Jazz Giants, Miles Davis on AllMusic - 1954 - Including sessions recorded the same day as those…

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  • The Sorcerer of Jazz | by Adam Shatz | The New York Review of Books www.nybooks.com

    Sep 29, 2016 ... Davis, who styled himself as jazz's “Prince of Darkness,” later confirmed the rumors with unabashed relish in his 1989 autobiography, Miles, written with the poet Quincy Troupe. Yet for all this decadence, there was a noble, almost monastic aura to Davis's retirement at forty-nine, after one of the most ...

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