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Miles Davis, who would’ve turned 85 today, was, without dispute, a giant of late century music. Wall Street Journal rock and pop critic Jim Fusilli recalls his first meeting with the jazz great.

“If they act too hip, you know they can’t play shit.” - Miles Davis

Miles Davis “If they act too hip, you know they can’t play shit.

Miles Davis in his house, West 77th Street, New York, 1971 - Anthony Barboza

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Miles Davis on stage (1969) ”

Guy Le Querrec :: Miles Davis at Salle Pleyel concert hall, Paris, 1969 / src: The New Yorker more [+] by this photographer / more Miles Davis’ posts “Do not fear mistakes.

Ornette Coleman at Jazz Gipfel, Stuttgart, Germany, 1992 - Bob Willoughby Photography

Ornette Coleman at Jazz Gipfel, Stuttgart, Germany, 1992 - Bob Willoughby…

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The inimitable Chet Baker showed up on The Impossible Cool this morning and I realized he was completely left off of Esquire's " The 75 Bes.

Billie Holiday and Louis Armstrong taking a break and fooling around during a Decca recording session, c. 1949

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Miles Dewey Davis III (May 1926 – September was an American jazz musician, trumpeter, bandleader, and composer. Widely considered one of the most influential musicians of the century,

Miles Davis and Jeanne Moreau.

The Gunslinger Guide to Miles Davis #12

So many people view their bodies - and their lives - as a series of mistakes. And it's just not so!

Miles Dewey Davis III was an American trumpeter, bandleader, and composer.

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