Miles Beyond: The Electric Explorations of Miles Davis, 1967-1991

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Billboard Books, 2003 - Music - 352 pages
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Based on new research, as well as exclusive, first-hand recollections by over 50 musicians, partners, producers and artists, Miles Beyond offers hundreds of never-before-revealed facts, insights and revelations about Miles's remarkable artistic and personal life. Readers will discover a new perspective on Miles's working methods, as well as in in-depth, chronological understanding and analysis of the music produced from 1967 to 1991 - a period that's been both neglected and misunderstood.

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Scottish music critic Tingen examines the controversial second half of Miles Davis's career, when he performed with electric bands.One of the household names of jazz, Davis virtually invented the ... Read full review

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Several fine Davis biographies have appeared over the past few years, mostly ignoring or downplaying much of the music discussed here by Tingen, a music journalist based in Scotland and California ... Read full review

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Paul Tingen is a Scotland-based music journalist who has written for publications in the US, UK, Japan, and Australia for over 14 years.

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