Miles Davis’ adaptation of George Gershwin’s 1935 opera remains his most seamless collaboration with Gil Evans.
Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue remains one of the greatest works of art in modern history.
Powered by the groundbreaking title track, Milestones proved that Miles Davis was the artist of the decade.
Miles Davis’ haunting soundtrack helped kick off the French New Wave.
Miles Davis’ (first) quiet masterpiece.
‘Round About Midnight began Davis’ rapid ascent to the jazz throne.
1957 was the year Miles Davis and his First Great Quintet began blazing new trails in the world of jazz. The foundations for that success mere made the year prior, in which Davis released three LPs showing his continued development in hard bop. His work in 1956 remains underrated in light of his future masterpieces. […]
One of Miles Davis’ most underrated and anomalous early releases.
Miles Davis’ first all-time masterpiece.
1954 could be looked at as a turning point for modern music, especially in the realms of jazz and pop.
My picks for the best albums of 1952.
My picks for the best albums of 1960.