Miles Davis Tag Archive

Joey DeFrancesco, In The Key Of The Universe

Recently organist Joey DeFrancesco released his latest album on Mack Avenue titled “In The Key Of The Universe”. With this album, Joey takes a spiritual approach to the...

The Gil Evans Orchestra, The Legacy Continues.

Early in January 1949, the first of three sessions took place that would eventually result in one of the most seminal recordings in the history of jazz, The Birth of the Cool....

Miles Davis’ 1986 Lost Album ‘Rubberband’ Set for Release on September 06, 2019

The original producers and Davis’ nephew completed the album, abandoned in the mid-’80s In 1985, Miles Davis began recording an album called Rubberband, which was set to be...

Grammy Winner & Maverick Hybrid Producer & Artist – Jason Miles

Nigel J. EiC @ JazzInEurope and producer at JazzTalk.News  – Nigel J. talks with Grammy Winner – Jason Miles his special guest in this episode. Asking questions,...

Sam Morrison replaced Sonny Fortune in Miles Davis’ band in 1975

Nigel J. EiC @ JazzInEurope and producer at JazzTalk.News  – Nigel J. talks with Sam Morrison his special guest in this episode. Asking questions, hearing back stories,...

Martin Luther King at the Berlin Jazz Fest in 1964

Update: To celebrate Martin Luther King day we’ve decided to republish this article first published in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of MLK on...

The Day Miles Died by Scott H. Thompson.

Editors note: Scott and I regularly  connect and he’s a valued supporter and a senior writer for JazzInEurope. Scott is one of those people who recognizes that while Jazz...

Gil Evans Birthday Celebration | 60 Years Porgy & Bess

This year marks 60 years since Gill Evans and his orchestra entered the studio with Miles Davis to record their arrangements of George Gershwin’s 1935 opera “Porgy and...

Lost Miles Davis recording to be released on Vinyl.

International Record Store day has become one of the most important events on the calendar for lovers of Vinyl. Conceived as a way to promote independent Record Stores in 2008 the...

The History Of Recorded Jazz

Yesterday the website uDiscover Music published a great article titled “The History Of Recorded Jazz” by Richard Havers. As the title suggests, this article traces the...

Interview with Jason Miles | Kind of New and more Part 2.

Welcome to part two of our interview with Jason Miles. In part one of the interview we spoke about his Kind of New project and his up-coming European tour as well as Jason’s...