One of the most important musicians to emerge from the British jazz scene during the 1960s, bassist Dave Holland stepped onto the global stage at the tender age of 22 when he replaced Ron Carter in the Miles Davis' legendary quintet that included pianist Herbie Hancock, drummer Tony Williams, and sa ... More >>
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