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Top 25 jazz albums of all time – I want to own all of these on vinyl someday.

“You have to play a long time before you sound like yourself.”  -- Miles Davis  More like her at https://www.pinterest.com/yrauntruth/grow-up-age-croning/

Apple Computer Poster Educator Series Think Different Miles Davis 1998

Tony Bennett damn he's young here.

Jazz: A superb compilation that beautifully displays Tony's early years from Highlights include Stella By Starlight; While The Music Plays On , and much more!

Credence Clearwater Revival (Anyone who tells you Tina's version of Proud Mary is better is just plain wrong!) (Tehe)

Credence Clearwater Revival (Anyone who tells you Tina's version of Proud Mary is better is just plain wrong!

John Coltrane and Miles Davis  I would have loved to witnessed this.

John Coltrane and Miles Davis The Miles Davis Quintet - Workin' Cool Jazz (Prestige Records)

Steamin'

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Miles Davis - "Blue In Green" (Kind Of Blue - 1959). Perhaps the Greatest Jazz Album ever made.

Miles Davis - trumpet, band leader Julian "Cannonball" Adderley - alto saxophone Jimmy Cobb - drums John Coltrane - tenor saxophone Bill Evans - piano Paul C.

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Miles Davis, who would’ve turned 85 today, was, without dispute, a giant of late century music. Wall Street Journal rock and pop critic Jim Fusilli recalls his first meeting with the jazz great.

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