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Miles Davis at the Newport Jazz Festival 1956

Image of actual Miles Davis at the Newport Jazz Festival Contemporary Fine Art Photography

Born Miles Dewey Davis III on May 26,  1926 in Alton, Ill..  Died Sept. 28, 1991 of pneumonia and stroke in St. John's Hospital, CA

Miles Davis

Born Miles Dewey Davis III on May 1926 in Alton, Ill. 1991 of pneumonia and stroke in St. John's Hospital, CA

John Coltrane & Miles Davis

Miles Davis: Photos of a Jazz Giant in 1958

John Coltrane and Miles Davis The trumpeter and the saxophonist complemented each other perfectly precisely because they were completely different from one another. Davis, in his life, was.

It's the way he plays (and, for a while, the way he dressed).

themaninthegreenshirt: ““Miles Davis - The thirty-four-year-old genius of "progressive jazz” trumpet is an individualist who favors skin-tight trousers, Italian-cut jackets. His seersucker coats,.

This reminds me of Relaxin' with the Miles Davis Quartet, recorded during the 1950's.

Miles Davis, rehearsal at Birdland, New York City, May Francis Wolff photo.

Miles Davis, NYC, 1958 by Dennis Stock

artemisvoice: “ Above: Miles Davis, NYC, Dennis Stock ” Taking an educated guess that Paul Chambers and his bass are on the right, and Cannonball Adderley’s alto sax is on the left.

Miles Davis, April 1961, Photographed at the Black Hawk Nightclub by Leigh Wiener, San Francisco.

themaninthegreenshirt: “ Miles Davis at the Black Hawk Nightclub, San Francisco, April 1961 by Leigh Wiener ”

Miles Davis may not have been a guitar cat, but he did so much for jazz and young guitarists like Mike Stern and John Schofield.

“September 1991 - Miles Davis a jazz trumpeter, dies of pneumonia at the age of

Miles Davis - 1955 - The Musings of Miles (Original Jazz Classics)

Miles Davis - 1955 - The Musings of Miles (Original Jazz Classics) - Photo de Original Jazz Classics Records - Cover Jazz

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