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Stolen Moments: A Pictorial Essay of the Greatest Jazz Giants of our Times

Stolen Moments: A Pictorial Essay of the Greatest Jazz Giants of our Times

"Here's Miles Davis talking to Steve McQueen backstage at the Monterey Jazz festival, 1963

Two cool dudes - Miles and Steve backstage at the Newport Jazz Fesival early 1960s [this pic is cropped] // photo by Jim Marshall

Two cool dudes - Miles and Steve backstage at the Newport Jazz Fesival early [this pic is cropped] // photo by Jim Marshall

John Coltrane, Cannonball Adderley, Miles Davis + Bill Evans

John Coltrane, Cannonball Adderly, Miles Davis, Bill Evans (Kind of Blue Sessions,

In 1975, Miles Davis put down his trumpet and retired. Davis was famous for his dramatic silences in performance: the notes he chose not to play were almost as meaningful as those he did. But this silence would last for nearly five years, during which he all but disappeared into his Upper West Side brownstone.

Miles Davis at the Vancouver International Jazz Festival, 1986

Miles Davis - Biografia ( Muy completa ) - Taringa!

Miles Davis - Biografia ( Muy completa )

Romantique Innocence By Nailah D'arcy: History of L'amour: Miles Davis The Challenger Of Love & Musique

Bookinalex: Plus de 1000 heures de Jazz en écoute ou en téléchargement légal

Jazz Legends - Classic Songs & Smooth Sounds for Late Night Listening

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