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Outstanding musical selections include modal masterpieces "So What" and "Blue in Green," the haunting soundtrack to the 1957 French film Ascenseur pour l'échafaud, his romantic rendition of Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time," and his collaborations with arranger Gil Evans. The most surprising aspects of Davis's personality that emerge from this film are his shyness, vulnerability, and, yes, humility. As he said himself, "Don't call me a legend. Call me Miles Davis." --Eugene Holley Jr.
You really get to know Miles' unusual personality plus interviews with the women and musicians in his life. One of the greatest jazz musicians
of all time. An excellent DVD.
Great movie about Miles Davis. A must for any Miles Davis fan.Published 3 months ago by Thomas Anderson
Ok, I admit it, I'm a snob & expect musical geniuses to come from poor beginnings. (Miles didn't & I forget if he hit his women i.e. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kandy Langford
Buy this documentary if you have any interest in Miles Davis the man, I have to say that I really enjoyed this in depth docu-pic. It is a well produced, directed, and paced film. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Michael M.
We have a family member that grew up with miles Davis , they love the DVD , it was a great gift!Published 13 months ago by Carey J. Nobles
Miles Davis did have a story to tell....It was interesting.I rated it at its highest because it was very well put together than sold who he really was. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Gail McGeorge
This DVD is not about Miles' performances. It is about his life. So there's not much to say, but I do recommend it. ThanksPublished 19 months ago by Jerlaw
Got this for a friend for Christmas , in which he is great Jazz music buff. ( A way to learn about great Jazz players.Published 20 months ago by Big Fish