Miles Davis remains one of the planet's most influential musicians and bandleaders. From the 1940s until his death in 1991, the trumpeter consistently reflected, catalyzed, and instigated cultural advances. In the 1960s, his taste crossed cultural boundaries, taking influences from Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, and Sly Stone as much as from African rhythms and Indian ragas. During that same era, jazz developed a common ground with Indian music, which involved improvisation based on modes instead of chord changes. Davis expanded on that concept, employing Indian musicians on his... More >>>
Ron Carter helps evoke the spirit of Miles Davis' music.
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