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  • ...s collaboration with arranger [[Gil Evans]] produced the famous albums ''[[Miles Ahead]]'', ''[[Sketches of Spain]]'' and (after [[George Gershwin|Gershwin Three bands from the different stages of Miles's career:
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Miles Davis]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • ...arlie Christian]], [[Kenny Clarke]], [[Charlie Parker]] and later, [[Miles Davis]]. ...t brought them to blows. However, in Miles Davis' autobiography ''Miles'', Davis claims that the anger and tension between Monk and himself never took plac
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  • ...the beat subdivided. [[Charlie Parker]], [[Dizzy Gillespie]] and [[Miles Davis]] were among the pioneers of [[modern jazz]], as it became known, though t ...d baritone saxophone player [[Gerry Mulligan]], who also appeared on Miles Davis's ''Birth of the Cool'', with arrangements by [[Gil Evans]].
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  • ...s collaboration with arranger [[Gil Evans]] produced the famous albums ''[[Miles Ahead]]'', ''[[Sketches of Spain]]'' and (after [[George Gershwin|Gershwin Three bands from the different stages of Miles's career:
    3 KB (384 words) - 16:27, 16 November 2013
  • ...n as "Trane", he recorded with [[Thelonious Monk]] and then joined [[Miles Davis]]'s band, rapidly rising from sideman to jazz legend during his short rec [[Miles Davis]]'s band
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  • ...ols, among them the tenor saxophonist [[Lester Young]], trumpeters [[Miles Davis]] and [[Dizzy Gillespie]] and alto saxophonist [[Charlie Parker]]. After t ...ormed a smaller band with 15 musicians, modelled on that of his idol Miles Davis, and later a still smaller group with which he toured in [[Germany]]. Back
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  • {{r|Miles Davis}}
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  • {{r|Miles Davis}}
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  • * ''[[Miles & Monk at Newport]]'' (1963, with unrelated 1958 Miles Davis performance)
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  • {{r|Miles Davis}}
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  • {{r|Miles Davis}}
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  • ...of John McLaughlin's [[Mahavishnu Orchestra]], the African-music style of Davis' groups, the light and dancey music of Hancock's [[Headhunters]] and Corea
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  • {{r|David Belove}} {{r|Miles Davis}}
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  • ...[']'''s Cóllege''', showing the same ambiguity), BITCHES BREW ('''[[Miles Davis|Bítches' Breŵ]]''': singular would be '''Bítch’s Breŵ'''; this is n
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  • ..."warm drink that seeps into your soul".<ref name=twsMAR05j3/> He is the "[[David Beckham]] of jazz," according to the ''CBS News'' music critic.<ref name=t ...y different musicians and listens to an eclectic mix of music from [[Miles Davis]]<ref name="Radio2Biog">{{cite web|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio2/shows/c
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  • First, speech is not simply spoken text--in the same way that Miles Davis playing ''So What'' can hardly be captured by a note-for-note rendition as ...dipped as low as 60 percent if the recognizer was not adjusted.<ref> K.H. Davis, R. Biddulph, S. Balashek: Automatic recognition of spoken digits. Journa
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  • | 145 || style="text-align:left" | David Graves || Las Cruces || | 182 || style="text-align:left" | David Anaya || Goddard ||
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  • .... In 1790 the boy Davy Crockett helped drive "a large stock of cattle" 400 miles from Tennessee into Virginia; twenty years later he took a drove of horses ...shed trails to the wharves of Shreveport and Jefferson (Texas). In 1868, David Morrill Poor, a former Confederate officer from San Antonio, Texas, drove
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  • ...vans, Vera Miles, Ann Elder, Bernard Fox, Dolares Faith, Anna Capri, Harry Davis, Yvonne Craig (Wanda), Monica Keating, Cal Bolder, Robert Easton, James Do ...thy Provine, Leo G. Carroll, Yvonne Craig (Maude Waverly), David Opatoshu, David Sheiner, Donna Michelle, Leon Lontoc, Robert Karnes, Clarke Gordon, James
    58 KB (9,928 words) - 00:57, 11 February 2010
  • ...fied vector transmission when the organism was isolated from ticks at Nine Mile Creek in Montana in 1938.<ref name=emed-Q>{{citation
    11 KB (1,621 words) - 10:11, 31 May 2009
  • ...to prevent its German and Russian neighbors from partitioning it up.<ref> Davies, ''God's Playground'' 1982 1:ch 2</ref> ...its expansionist plans; it bribed officials to keep the country weak.<ref> Davies, ''God's Playground'' (1982) vol 1 ch 18</ref>
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