Tag: Miles Davis

Spring 2019

Click here to launch your Spring 2019 issue now.

2 Shares

Miles Davis – “My Funny Valentine (Live)”

On this date in 1964, trumpeter Miles Davis performed a concert at the Philharmonic Hall of Lincoln Center in New York City with a quintet that featured George Coleman on tenor saxophone, Ron Carter on bass and Tony Williams on drums and Herbie Hancock on piano.

47 Shares

Miles Davis – “Jeru”

Miles Davis’s Birth of the Cool set the mold for the genre that would come to be known as cool jazz. The trailblazing trumpeter and his musical partner, the imaginative conductor-arranger Gil Evans, began recording the album on this day — January 21 — in 1949.

14 Shares

Dig In: Bossa Nova Essentials

In the ’60s, as new subgenres like free-jazz, hard-bop, modal jazz and fusion began to flourish stateside, over in Brazil, a group of chic, melody-minded composers were engaged in their own jazz experiment.

22 Shares

The Authoritative Voice in Jazz

FOLLOW US ON