Since bebop, Miles Davis was on the vanguard of major jazz genres.
Dad is partial to jazz, and every chance he gets, he winks at me, takes out Mom’s Mozart disc, then pops in a CD of Miles Davis or Woody Herman.
Sharon M. Draper -- Out of My Mind
Maman told Julien she liked more the West Coast styles of Chet Baker and Miles Davis, had he listened to Kind of Blue?
Khaled Hosseini -- And The Mountains Echoed
"Miles Davis," he said.
Sue Monk Kidd -- The Secret Life of Bees
Cedric, leaning across John Coltrare and Miles Davis, shouts, "You don’t know me so you better not mess with me!" with enough volume that even he’s startled.
Ron Suskind -- A Hope in the Unseen
Why not make it our own? I often lay back in my garage room, listening to scratchy records of Willie Bobo, Thee Midniters, War, and Miles Davis.
Luis J. Rodriguez -- Always Running
Eventually I learned a little, including the difference between Beethoven and "Roll Over Beethoven," even if I prefer the latter, and between Miles Davis and John Coltrane at their peak, but I remain a musical numskull.
Thomas C. Foster -- How to Read Literature Like a Professor
He reminds me a little of Miles Davis.
Steve Lopez -- The Soloist
And I remember Miles Davis.
Henry H. Neff -- The Maelstrom
I was playing some jazz piano, amusing myself, keeping a few junkies out on Fifth Street up with the music of Miles Davis and Dave Brubeck.
James Patterson -- Kiss the Girls
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He’s got a bit of a Miles Davis sound, don’t you think?