Miles Davis, 1948

miles_davis “Was any other revolution in jazz so suave? When Miles Davis led a two-week stand at New York’s fabled Royal Roost in 1948, the music—composed and arranged for a nonet by Gil Evans, John Lewis (later of the Modern Jazz Quartet), Gerry Mulligan, and others—changed jazz forever.”

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