Simon & Schuster, 15 set 1990 - 448 pagine
For more than forty years Miles Davis has been in the front rank of American music. Universally acclaimed as a musical genius, Miles is one of the most important and influential musicians in the world. The subject of several biographies, now Miles speaks out himself about his extraordinary life.
Miles: The Autobiography, like Miles himself, holds nothing back. For the first time Miles talks about his five-year silence. He speaks frankly and openly about his drug problem and how he overcame it. He condemns the racism he has encountered in the music business and in American society generally. And he discusses the women in his life. But above all, Miles talks about music and musicians, including the legends he has played with over the years: Bird, Dizzy, Monk, Trane, Mingus, and many others.
The man who has given us some of the most exciting music of the past few decades has now given us a compelling and fascinating autobiography, featuring a concise discography and thirty-two pages of photographs.
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LibraryThing ReviewRecensione dell'utente - Scott_Hercher - www.librarything.com
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 ... Leggi recensione completa
LibraryThing ReviewRecensione dell'utente - tagtuck - www.librarything.com
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. Leggi recensione completa
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