Miles Davis and American Culture

Edited by Gerald Early

Miles Davis and American Culture
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Edited by Gerald Early

Distributed for Missouri History Museum Press

240 pages | 50 illus | 6 x 9
Paper $19.95 ISBN: 9781883982386 Published June 2001

Miles Davis and American Culture examines Davis in cultural context. In this new collection of a dozen essays, William Kenney explores the St. Louis jazz scene of Davis's youth; Eugene B. Redmond looks at East St. Louis's cultural history; Ingrid Monson examines Davis and civil rights; and Waldo Martin discusses Davis and his relation to the black avant-garde of the 1960s.Original interviews and classic photographs round out the volume, published to coincide with the 2001 Miles Davis Festival, celebrating what would have been Davis's seventy-fifth birthday.

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