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In the late 1950s and early 1960s, Miles Davis recorded a series of albums with Gil Evans, often playing flugelhorn as well as trumpet. The first, Miles Ahead (1957), showcased his playing with a jazz big band and a horn section beautifully arranged by Evans. Tunes included Dave Brubeck's "The Duke", as well as Léo Delibes' "The Maids Of Cadiz", the first piece of European classical music Davis had recorded. Another important feature of the album was the innovative use… read more

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  • Avatar for schavira
    I think it should be a Miles Davis tag only. This is like crediting 'Off the Wall' to Michael Jackson and Quincy Jones.
  • Avatar for LondonLouis probably undercounts the impact of this two-some since, when I play their work on Spotify, it ends up purely under Miles' name.

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