1. Miles Davis commented: 'So What' or Kind of Blue, they were done in that era, the right hour, the right day, and it happened.
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4. Miles Davis was interviewed on 60 Minutes by Harry Reasoner.
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5. In 1988, Miles Davis had a small part as a street musician in the Christmas comedy film Scrooged starring Bill Murray.
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13. Miles Davis invited Buckmaster to New York City to oversee the writing and recording of the album with Macero.
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14. Miles Davis was committed to making music for African-Americans who liked more commercial, pop, groove-oriented music.
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19. Miles Davis started a relationship with actress Cicely Tyson, who helped him reduce his alcohol consumption.
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22. In early 1958, Miles Davis began a relationship with Frances Taylor, a dancer he had met five years earlier in Los Angeles.
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26. Miles Davis accepted and worked with Gil Evans in what became a five-album collaboration from 1957 to 1962.
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27. Miles Davis wanted someone who could play modal jazz, so he hired Bill Evans, a young, white pianist with a background in classical music.
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33. Miles Davis convinced organizer George Wein that he should be on the bill, and Wein agreed.
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47. Miles Davis joined a quintet led by Parker that included Max Roach.
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50. Miles Davis began performing at clubs on 52nd Street with Coleman Hawkins and Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis.
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51. Miles Davis reunited with Cawthon and their daughter when they moved to New York City.
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