LCD Soundsystem + Miles Davis: "No editing or other tricks, just 2 youtube videos played at the same
posted by juliplease
on Nov 15, 2012 -
Pete Cosey dead at 68.
Though he had a career as a session guitarist prior to and had some important appearances after, Cosey is most well known for his brief time playing with Miles Davis (1973 - 1975) during an era of Miles' that has at times confounded critics*. Cosey appeared on Get Up with It, Dark Magus, Agharta
with Miles. [more inside]
posted by safetyfork
on Jun 3, 2012 -
Betty Mabry better known as Betty Davis was the muse
of her husband Miles, who she introduced to the influences
of Jimmy Hendrix, Sly Stone, James Brown and Carlos Santana among others.
However she should more righteously be better known as the Queen of Funk with some of the hardest, driving, rawest sound ever then heard in 1973. (The Music is after the fold) [more inside]
posted by adamvasco
on Sep 5, 2010 -
In the loosely related fields of planetary science and apocalyptic fiction, the phrase “minimum orbit intersection distance,” or MOID, describes the closest point of contact between the paths of two orbiting objects. Most vividly invoked whenever an asteroid encroaches on our corner of the solar system, that bit of jargon also has its aesthetic uses. Consider the coordinates of Neil Young and Miles Davis on the evenings of March 6 and 7, 1970, at the juncture of East Sixth Street and Second Avenue in Manhattan.Mapping the intersections of Miles Davis and Neil Young.
posted by shakespeherian
on Mar 29, 2010 -