Tag Archives: Miles Davis

A Journey to Interstellar Space

John Coltrane is one of the most influential and imitated Jazz musicians to ever sound a note.  I know the first music I ever heard Coltrane play is on the Miles Davis album “Kind of Blue”.  That started me on … Continue reading

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Eatin’ It All Up

I have to admit, I ran across the name “Cannonball” Adderley for the first time on an album by the Miles Davis sextet.  Kind of Blue  is probably the best selling jazz album in history, and like many musicians, I … Continue reading

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Cookin’, Relaxin’, Workin’ and Steamin’

Miles Dewey Davis III was a musician who let nothing stand in his way.  The late 1950’s were an especially fertile time in his recording career.  For the first half of the decade, Miles was under recording contract with Prestige … Continue reading

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