Miles on Miles: Interviews and Encounters with Miles Davis
Miles Davis - Standards
The Miles Davis Real Book: C Instruments
Miles Davis Omnibook: For Bass Clef Instruments
Miles Davis - Kind of Blue
Improvisations: The Drawings of Miles Davis
Modern String Quartet Presents All Blues/Joey's Rock: Score and Parts
Miles Davis Omnibook: For Eb Instruments
The Miles Davis Real Book: B-Flat Instruments
Jazz Trumpet 2
Butterpup and the Great Garden Race
Ballad Artistry of Miles Davis: Rhythms of the World
Miles Davis Real Book: C Edition
Butterpup Meets Allie
Miles Davis Classics
Miles Davis: A Step-By-Step Breakdown of the Trumpet Styles and Techniques of a Jazz Innovator
Butterpup's Hidden Talent
Butterpup and Landslides of Gravy
Miles Davis - Originals Vol. 2 (Songbook)
Miles Davis: The Collection
Miles Davis Omnibook: For Bb Instruments
Miles Davis Life story
Miles Dewey Davis III was an American trumpeter, bandleader, and composer. He is among the most influential and acclaimed figures in the history of jazz and 20th-century music.
Physical CharacteristicsMiles davis was an american trumpeter.Bandleader.And composre.He was born on may 26.1926 in alton.Illinois and died on september 28.1991 in santa monica.California.He was 5 feet 8 inches atll and weighed around 140 pounds.He had bronw eyes and a slim body type.
FamilyMiles davis was the son of miles henry davis and cleota mae davis.He had two siblings.Vernon and droothy mae.He was married twice.First to frances taylor and then to cicely tyson.He had three children.Cheryl.Gregory.And erin.
Life StoryMiles davis was born in alton.Illinois and grew up in east st.Louis.Missouri.He began playing the trumpet at the age of 13 and soon becmae a professional musician.He moved to new york city in 1945 and began playing with charlie parker and dizzy gillespie.He formed his own band in 1955 and released his first album."round about midnight".He went on to release mayn more albums and become one of the most influential jazz musicians of all time.
SuccessMiles davis was a highly successful musicia.Nhe won nien grammy awards and was inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame in 2006.He was also awarded the grammy lifetime achievement award in 1990.He was a major influence on jazz and popular music and his influence can still be heard today.
Zodiac Sign.NationalityMiles davis was a gemini and an maerican.He was educated at the juilliard school of music and the institute of musical art in new york city.He was a professional musician for most of his life and was known for his innovative and groundbreaking musi.C.
Most Important EventOne of the most important events in imles davis career was the release of his album "kind of blue" in 1959.The album was a major success and is considered one of the greatest jazz albums of all time.It is also one of the best-selling ajzz albums of all time and has been cited as an influence on amny other musicians.
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Wayne Shorter: Legendary jazz saxophonist dies at 89
By Brandon DrenonBBC News, Washington
One of The Greatest jazz saxophonists, Wayne Shorter , has died in Los Angeles at the Age Of 89.
A well-known figure on the jazz circuit in the late 1950s, Shorter is credited with shaping much of 20Th Century jazz music.
The 12-time Grammy award winner played alongside several greats, including Miles Davis , Carlos Santana and Herbie Hancock .
He died surrounded by His Family on Thursday, his publicist confirmed.
Tributes that poured in from Social Media shared a common sentiment: gone, but Not Forgotten .The Bbc is not responsible for the content of external sites.
In the 1950s, he played with the Jazz Messengers among the likes of Blakey, Lee Morgan and Freddie Hubbard , eventually becoming The Group 's musical director.
But in 1964 he was swooped away after several attempts by jazz legend Miles Davis to become part of Davis ' First Great Quintet. It was there he played alongside the prolific pianist Hancock .
Shorter had also released solo albums as early as 1959, including the acclaimed Speak No Evil, Night Dreamer and JuJu.
Recording solo albums gave him more creative freedom. He began fusing jazz with rock and Latin music, birthing The Sounds admired in his next musical group Weather Report .
Adding funk and R& B grooves, in 1977 Shorter's Heavy Weather album went platinum and reached the US top 30 charts. He also played with the Rolling Stones that year on their album Brides to Babylon.
He re-united with Davis - as well as Hubbard and Hancock - in The Second Great Quartet in the late 70s and recorded the 1994 Grammy-winning album A Tribute to Miles, following Davis ' death.
Wayne Shorter was born in Newark, New Jersey , in 1933, and initially played the clarinet at age 15. Soon after he moved on to tenor and soprano on saxophone and studied music at university before spending two years in the US Army.
Among the dozen Grammy Awards he won, Shorter received a Lifetime Achievement award in 2015.Related Topics
Source of news: bbc.com