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“Bags’ Groove” is the name of an album Miles Davis recorded in 1954 with a group of stellar musicians. It’s also the name of a track from that album – well, two tracks really, as they recorded it twice and released both versions. [elder music / times goes by]

Plans for Davis Statue Moving Forward [alton daily news]

Miles Davis Hated Everything [kotaku]

Video: The door that impersonates Miles Davis [the strut]

The Gunslinger Guide to Miles Davis #7 [If Charlie Parker Was a Gunslinger,
There’d Be a Whole Lot of Dead Copycats

“Miles was in retirement for the second half of the seventies, from about 1975 to 1981. In 1981, I got a call from him saying that he was going back into the studio, which was a big surprise to me. I had heard rumors that he was thinking about making a comeback, but you never know whether or not to believe rumors.

The next thing I knew, I was on the phone with him and he was asking me if I could come into the studio in a couple of hours. So I ran to his studio and the next thing you know, I was working with Miles Davis. He asked me to be in his band and, of course, I said yes.” [Interview with Marcus Miller via Huffington Post]


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