How Miles Davis made Tutu

Miles Davis biographer George Cole recalls the significance Tutu, regarded by many as Miles Davis’ last major statement, and talks to his main collaborator on the album, Marcus Miller

Eric Dolphy: Five Essential Albums

Eric Dolphy's death, aged 36 on 29 June 1964, cut short a rare and highly original talent that, in less than four years, had seen him record a number of definitive jazz albums. Stuart Nicholson recommends five of Dolphy's finest moments on record

Miles Davis – The Lost Quintet

From the first electrifying notes of Miles Davis’ trumpet, hooked to the sheer ferocity of Jack DeJohnette’s drums, it’s clear that Live in Europe 1969 is an album of truly monumental music making – the like of which is rarely heard today

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