Miles Davis

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Noun1.Miles Davis - United States jazz musicianMiles Davis - United States jazz musician; noted for his trumpet style (1926-1991)
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With its conception came the greats - Ray Charles, Louis Armstrong, Miles Davies, Billie Holiday and so so many more who managed to encapsulate the struggles of a people so severely marginalized that many still wore the label of Slave.
During his long career, he worked with some of the music world's biggest stars such as Miles Davies, Ray Charles, Frank Sinatra, Aretha Franklin, Barbra Streisand, Liza Minnelli and Edith Piaf.
Pedair miliwn copi sydd wedi gwerthu o LP Miles Davies (a ryddhawyd yn 1959) hyd yma.
"His excellent biographies of Bob Dylan and Miles Davies are regarded as the standard works on these artists."
Another outstanding innings from Siddall, supported by David Jump, Josh Carberry and Miles Davies, put them within striking distance of the total, but eventually they fell 20 runs short.
Once described as the 'best ever' by mentor Dizzy Gillespie, Faddis evokes the sounds of Louis Armstrong, Roy Eldridge and Miles Davies.
She is survived by her husband, Roger; two daughters: Connie Davies and Glenda Wilson; and five beautiful grandchildren: Karen Wilson, Maureen Davies, Leslie Wilson, Maxine Davies, and Miles Davies.
"We were keen musos, into Billy Cobham, Lenny White and the Miles Davies school of jazz fusion; also the likes of Herbie Hancock," says Mark.
Lance Corporal Miles Davies, 24, who is a serving member of 1st The Queen's Dragoon Guards (QDG), is the brother of Cardiff Blues second row Bradley Davies.
And the resulting honeyed pop of 1981 single The Sweetest Girl and Cupid & Psyche, their hugely successful 1985 album that spawned three Top 20 hits, won them fans among the legendary likes of Stevie Wonder and Miles Davies.
Bringing the show to Edinburgh is Jonathan Poole, 62, the Gloucestershirebased exhibition organiser, who has brought works by other famous people including John Lennon, Ronnie Wood, Miles Davies and Marilyn Monroe.