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Clifford Brown, Miles Davis and Horace Silver at Davis’ Volume Two session, Hackensack NJ, March 6 1954 (photo by Francis Wolff)

Clifford Brown, Miles Davis and Horace Silver at Davis’ Volume Two session, Hackensack NJ, March 6 1954 (photo by Francis Wolff)

Miles Davis

Miles Davis one of the most creative and greatest Jazz musicians of all time.

Clifford Brown, Miles Davis & Horace Silver, NYC, 1954

Clifford Brown, Miles Davis & Horace Silver, NYC, 1954

Miles Davis Photo by Gerrit Schilp/Getty Images

DelightFULL's lamps are knowingly inspired by jazz musicians, and here are the most quintessential albums and how they've inspired these Mid-century lamps.

ohwhataparadise: “ stereoculturesociety: “ CultureSOUL: Miles Davis c. “I’m always thinking about creating. My future starts when I wake up in the morning and see the light.” ― Miles Davis ” Oh What A Paradise It Seems.

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

Blast From The Past Vol. Miles Davis “Inamorata” from Live-Evil « Sound Colour Vibration (Music

Miles Davis and Kenny Garrett, 1989

“Rather than say I play Jazz, I simply say I play music.” Kenny Garrett with Miles Davis

Miles Davis.

Photo of Miles Davis (L-R): Chick Corea, Miles Davis and Dave Holland - performing live onstage for BBC ‘Jazz Scene’ TV show, Nov

Miles Davis, Amsterdam, 1957, photo by Ed van der Elsken

Miles Davis, Amsterdam, photo by Ed van der Elsken

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