Miles, the autobiography
Here is the outspoken autobiography of a musical legend, one of the most compelling and important cultural figures of our time, describing Davis's mysterious five-year layoff and his triumphant return to music. 32 pages of black-and-white photos.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Scott_Hercher - LibraryThing
The amazing part of this book is how much it becomes an autobiography and history of jazz from the mid-1940s and forward. It seems that Miles Davis knew and played with nearly every major jazz figure ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - tagtuck - LibraryThing
Warning: lots of the F-word in here. Not for the faint of heart in that realm. Raw but real. A great in road into his music if you listen to the albums as he discusses them while telling his story. Read full review