Miles Davis and American culture

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Missouri Historical Society
Davis, Miles, -- 1926-
Statementedited by Gerald Early.
ContributionsEarly, Gerald.
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 228p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18754391M
ISBN 101883982375

Miles Davis and American Culture examines Davis in cultural context. In this new collection of a dozen essays, William Kenney explores the St. Louis jazz scene of Davis's youth; Eugene B. Redmond looks at East St. Louis's cultural history; Ingrid Monson examines Davis and civil rights; and Waldo Martin discusses Davis and his relation to the black avant-garde of the4/5.

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Feb 12,  · In his book Miles Davis and American Culture, Early’s research revealed details of the concert’s impact: The three civil rights organizations would share the night’s earnings of $6,Miles would receive letters from CORE, stating that $1, of the $6, was being used for voter registration efforts in Iberville, LA, in Iberville Parish.

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Davis always seemed defensive, in a way, of black American culture. This probably came from his father, who Miles described as “pro-black, very pro-black.” 5.

This attitude put Miles ever at odds with “the establishment.” InDavis was beaten and arrested by a white police officer in New York City. It almost resulted in nationwide. [Prof. Gerald Early of Washington University is a widely published author, as well as the editor of Miles Davis and American Culture (Missouri Historical Society Press, ), a compendium of essays.

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Miles Davis and American Culture. Missouri Historical Society Press Series. Missouri History Museum. ISBN I’ll play it and tell you what it is later. During a recording session for Prestige, on the album "Relaxin' with the Miles Davis Quintet" ().

In Szwed, John (). So What: The Life of Miles Davis. Random House. Miles Davis and American Culture. Review of Miles Davis and American Culture, edited by Gerald Early; foreword by Clark Terry (Missouri Historical Society Press, ),pp.

Tyrone Williams. Other Voices, v.2, n.2 (March ). Paul Lopes calls this the Heroic Age of American Art, and identifies two artists—Miles Davis and Martin Scorsese—as two of its leading icons. In this compelling book, Lopes tells the story of how a pair of talented and outspoken art rebels defied prevailing conventions to elevate American jazz and film to unimagined critical heights.

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And I highly recommend Joffrey. Martha Bayles’ essay, “Miles Davis and the Double Audience,” serves as the backbone of a collection of some 17 articles and interviews collected in Miles Davis and American Culture by Gerald Early, a professor of American culture at Washington University in St.

Louis. For more than forty years Miles Davis has been in the front rank of American music. Universally acclaimed as a musical genius, Miles is one of the most important and influential musicians in the world.

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Feb 22,  · Nine-time Grammy Award winner Miles Davis revolutionized jazz as a musician, bandleader and composer. Read more about his life and career, at autorepairssimivalley.com: May 26, Universally acclaimed as a musical genius, Miles Davis was one of the most important and influential musicians in the world.

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Cook, Richard () It's About That Time: Miles Davis On and Off Record. New York: Oxford University Press. Davis, Miles & Quincy Troupe () Miles: The Autobiography. Simon & Schuster. Early, Gerald Lyn (ed. ) Miles Davis and American Culture. Missouri History Museum. Sep 28,  · Revisit Part Two of SPIN's interview with Miles Davis.

as well as his contributions to the American Book Award-winning memoir, Miles: He keeps in contact with his culture and the.Troupe’s most popular nonfiction works explore the life and work of renowned jazz musician Miles Davis. His collaboration with Davis on the book Miles: The Autobiography (), won the American Book Award.

Later, Troupe wrote his own account of their friendship in Miles and Me (). Troupe has been inspired by and fascinated with Davis.Dec 05,  · My favourite album: Miles Davis’s A Tribute to Jack Johnson In his book So What: The Life of Miles Davis, biographer John Szwed notes how Author: Dean Biron.