Rubberband, Man: Digging Into Miles Davis’ Newly Unearthed Lost Album

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In 1955, Miles Davis signed with Columbia Records. For the next 30 years, the label rode with him through a series of artistic evolutions, from the modal jazz of Kind Of Blue to the orchestral collaborations with Gil Evans (Milestones, Porgy And Bess, Sketches Of Spain) to his embrace of electric instruments and rock rhythms … More »

Hear Miles Davis’ Previously Unreleased Song “Give It Up”

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Next week, Rhino and Warner Records are releasing a previously unheard Miles Davis studio album out into the world called Rubberband. The album was originally recorded in 1985, but got lost in the shuffle as Davis transitioned over to Warner Bros Records from his longtime home at Columbia. He’d follow it up instead with Tutu. More »

Miles Davis – “Paradise”

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Miles Davis - RubberbandLast month, it was announced that a previously unheard Miles Davis album would be coming in September. Rubberband was originally recorded in the fall of 1985, but was shelved the following year after Davis made the transition from his longtime home at Columbia Records to Warner Bros Records. The lost album has … More »

Sundance 2019 Premieres Include Shia LaBeouf & FKA Twigs’ Honey Boy And Documentaries On David Crosby, Leonard Cohen, Miles Davis

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A new film by new couple Shia LaBeouf and FKA Twigs is one of the 112 films selected to screen at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, along with documentaries on David Crosby, Leonard Cohen, and Miles Davis. Honey Boy, starring LaBeouf and FKA, is written by LaBeouf and directed by Alma Har’el. It follows a … More »

Breaks With Tradition: “The Champ”

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Breaks With Tradition is a new Stereogum column that examines a certain song that’s been frequently sampled and how that song has been used through the years. More »

Madonna Producer Reggie Lucas Dies At 65

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Reggie Lucas, the Grammy-winning musician who played with Miles Davis in the 1970s and produced the bulk of Madonna’s debut album, has died. He was 65. More »

Q-Tip Will Portray Miles Davis In Public Reading Of New Play My Funny Valentine This Monday

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In which one musical legend portrays another on stage: Q-Tip has been cast as Miles Davis in a new play called My Funny Valentine, Complex reports. More »