Song Stuck in Our Heads Today: Miles Davis’ “So What” (1959)
ARTIST: Miles Davis TITLE: “So What” ALBUM: Kind of Blue (1959) BUY: Amazon | iTunes WATCH/LISTEN: Miles Davis Song Stuck in Our Heads Today: Miles Davis’ “So What” (1959) “So What” appears on Miles Davis' 1959 album ‘Kind of Blue’
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Remembering Miles Davis Today on What Would Have Been His 91st Birthday (Born 5/26/26)
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Albumism Presents: Four Ways to Listen to Miles Davis
it. Kind of Blue is the Miles Davis album for people who don’t know anything about Miles Davis. You Miles Davis. There are many words to describe the fiercely unique artist that was Miles Davis, but Albumism Presents: Four Ways to Listen to Miles Davis “standard” has never been one of them. EXPLORE Miles Davis' discography via Amazon | iTunes Miles Davis Miles Ahead, the Miles Davis biopic starring and directed by Don Cheadle, arrives in theaters this In anticipation of this week’s theatrical release of the Miles Davis film biopic ‘Miles Ahead,’ our legend’s music, a sort of Miles Davis sampler platter consisting of four albums, a song or two from each
WATCH: Robert Glasper Previews Upcoming Miles Davis Tribute Album ‘Everything’s Beautiful’
Miles Davis WATCH: Robert Glasper Previews Upcoming Miles Davis Tribute Album ‘Everything’s Beautiful’ To celebrate the indelible legacy of jazz icon Miles Davis, revered pianist/composer Robert Glasper
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“Song for Selim,” lifted from the forthcoming Glasper-helmed collection of reimagined Miles Davis compositions
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delivering the accompanying Everything’s Beautiful collection of reimagined Miles Davis compositions
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on Twitter via @dhmillermusic. David’s 5 Favorite Albums of All Time: Arcade Fire | Funeral Miles Davis | Filles de Kilimanjaro Earth, Wind & Fire | That’s the Way of the World Joni Mitchell | Blue Kanye West | The College Dropout
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release of Don Cheadle’s Miles Davis biopic Miles Ahead, another jazz luminary’s story is set to hit
Happy Birthday to Chick Corea, Born June 12, 1941
Sobs is considered a classic. After a short stint with Sarah Vaughan, Corea joined Miles Davis as significant albums as Filles de Kilimanjaro, In a Silent Way, Bitches Brew, and Miles Davis at the Fillmore got together for the first time since they both played on Miles Davis' seminal Bitches Brew album
Happy Birthday to Herbie Hancock, Born April 12, 1940
acoustic jazz. After a one-shot reunion of the 1965 Miles Davis Quintet (Hancock, Ron Carter, Tony after Mongo Santamaria covered one of the album's songs, "Watermelon Man." In May 1963, Miles Davis asked employer/mentor Miles Davis was when he was alive. Unlike Miles, who pressed ahead relentlessly and
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Happy Birthday to Keith Jarrett, Born May 8, 1945
organ and electric piano with Miles Davis between 1970 and 1971, which resulted in Live at the It, and was beautifully documented on the box set Miles Davis: The Cellar Door Session 1970, which
Remembering Art Blakey Today on What Would Have Been His 98th Birthday (Born 10/11/19)
cohorts included the likes of Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, and Fats Navarro. By the '80s, the evolving figures of the forthcoming bebop revolution as Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, and Charlie Parker
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Davis) and not other guitar players, and it shows. No other player has this kind of single-note Jimmy Raney as influences, Green always claimed he listened to horn players (Charlie Parker and Miles
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Miles Davis), seemed perfectly suited for the role of veteran master, his chops started causing him
Happy Birthday to Roy Ayers, Born September 10, 1940
Davis and the Herbie Hancock Sextet at first, the Ubiquity gradually shed its jazz component in Fortune, Billy Cobham, Omar Hakim, and Alphonse Mouzon. An R&B-jazz-rock band influenced by electric Miles
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Miles Davis) showed that she could sing jazz with the best. During the 1950s, Vaughan recorded middle
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