When Worlds Collided: A Brief History of “Fusion”

Legend has it that when Bob Dylan went electric at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival, the move sent shockwaves through the folk music community. Half a century later the incident is a key part of Dylan’s mythology, but the music itself is hardly controversial. Miles Davis’ decision to plug in just four years later, with

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