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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The largest file sets document Miles Davis-related projects such as Miles: The Autobiography, The Miles Davis Radio Project, Miles and Me, and various other articles and public presentations.
Gluck describes his latest book, The Miles Davis Lost Quintet and Other Revolutionary Ensembles, as a "companion piece" (p.
Since 2012, Doug Woolverton's tribute to Miles Davis has become a popular musical performance and hugely successful among traditional Miles Davis fans to music enthusiasts of all ages.
Bob Gluck's The Miles Davis Lost Quintet and Other Revolutionary Ensembles takes a fresh look at Davis's music from 1968 to 1970 in light of recently released live performances.
| Don Cheadle as Miles Davis When wily - and fictional - Rolling Stone journalist Dave Braden (Ewan McGregor) forces his way into Davis' house to get the scoop on a rumoured tape of his latest compositions, the mercurial musician is seething and angrily accompanies him to the record label which, according to Braden, arranged the chat.
| Miles Davis (Don Cheadle) with music journalist (Ewan McGregor)
Hamilton is hell-bent on delivering a new Miles Davis record and, in doing so, netting a profit for the company.
19 -- I think it was around the middle of this year or thereabouts that a new anthology of Miles Davis' tunes put together in a four-CD set was released.
Miles Davis has been voted the greatest jazz artist of all time in a recent BBC poll.
A small but steady vinyl comeback has sealed the success of pop singer Taylor Swift, beat rockers Arctic Monkeys as well as Pink Floyd and Miles Davis.