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Check it out! Even Kobe Bryant collaborates with the legendary Miles Davis. This specific Nike Zoom Kobe V carries a nickname of Miles Davis. The vibrant blue color scheme is related to Mile's legendary album "Kind of Blue".

Miles Davis awash in clear delight during the recording of his history-making "Kind of Blue" album in April 1959. The album would later go on to become the best-selling jazz album of all-time with over 4 million copies sold. For more information, visit

Acclaimed trumpeter Randy Brecker has been shaping the sound of jazz, r&b and rock for more than four decades. Visit to listen to the podcast.

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When Marcus Miller tapped young trumpet sensation Christian Scott to re-interpret Miles Davis for a new spin on the classic "Tutu" album, both men seemed undaunted by the task at hand.

"Christian’s had hit records, he’s a forward looking guy and he knows his history," said Miller, in praise of the 27-year-old Scott.

Meanwhile, New Orleans native Scott, heralded as the architect of a new genre of neo-jazz fusion, took it all in his stride.

Miles performing during his 1973 spring tour which would generate the "Dark Magus" and "In Concert" albums. "Dark Magus" would later be named one of the 50 Heaviest Albums of All Time according to Q Magazine. More information available at

In honor of the 40th anniversary of the original release of Bitches Brew, Miles Davis' 1970 paradigm-shifting landmark fusion breakthrough, Delaware's Dogfish Head Craft Brewery has created its own 'Bitches Brew' - a bold, dark beer that's a fusion of three threads imperial stout and one thread honey beer with gesho root, a gustatory analog to Miles' masterpiece.

A masterpiece in the making, Miles deep in thought during the “Kind of Blue” sessions at the Columbia Records Studio on East 30th Street in Manhattan in April 1959. For more info, visit

The great pianist Steve Kuhn breaks down what made Miles Davis and his group so special

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Miles Davis' nephew, Vince Wilburn, Jr., talks to the BBC about his famous uncle and the musical legacy he left behind. Check it out here:

A contemplative Miles captured in August 1962 during the recording of "Quiet Nights", his final collaboration with friend and bandleader, Gil Evans. Details available at


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