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    <h1 id="title">Miles Davis</h1>
    <h2> The Prince of Darkness </h2>
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      <h4 id="img-caption">Grammy Award winner Miles Davis was a major force in the jazz world, as both a trumpet player and a bandleader</h4>
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      <h2>Timeline of Miles Davis's life:</h2>
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        <li>1926 – May 26 Miles Dewey Davis Ⅲ was born in Alton, Illinois, to an African American affluent family. His father was a dentist. His mother was a music lover.</li>
        <li>1935 – Got first his trumpet sent by father’s friend.</li>
        <li>1939 – His father was present a new trumpet to Miles.</li>
        <li>1943 – Began playing professionally at the Elks Club.</li>
        <li>1944 – The Billy Eckstine Band visited St. Louis. The members of the band included Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie Parker.Moved to New York City to study music at the Juilliard School. Got acquainted with Charlie Parker.</li>
        <li>1945 – Participated the Charlie Parker Quintet as replacement of Dizzy Gillespie.‘First Miles’, First Recording on a member of Herbie Fields Sextet.</li>
        <li>1948 – Miles Davis Nonet, includes J. J. Johnson, Lee Konitz, Gerry Mulligan and Gil Evans, performed at the Royal Roost. (Cool Jazz)</li>

        <li>1949 – ‘Birth of the Cool’ First european tour with Tadd Dameron.</li>

        <li>1950 – Played together with Art Blakey, witch led Hard Bop style.</li>

        <li>1951 – ‘Dig’ with Sonny Rollins and Art Blakey.</li>

        <li>1953 – Returned to St. Louis to recover from drug intoxication.</li>

        <li>1954 – Came back to New York Jazz scene. ‘Walkin’’ A Peak of Hard Bop style. ‘Bags’ Groove’ with Thelonious Monk and Milt Jackson.</li>

        <li>1955 – Formed ‘visionary quintet’ with Sonny Rollins, Red Garland, Paul Chambers and Philly Joe Jones. Formed ‘first great quintet’ added John Coltrane.</li>

        <li>1956 – ‘Marathon Session’ Recording of the ‘Hard Bop bible’: ‘Cookin’, ‘Relaxin’, ‘Workin’ and ‘Steamin’. Major debut by ‘Round About Midnight’, Columbia Records.</li>

        <li>1957 – Discharged John Coltrane and Philly Joe Jones, because of their drug intoxication and the limit of quintet Jazz style. ‘Miles Ahead’ with Gil Evans Orchestra.</li>

        <li>1958 – Adopted Modal Jazz, and released ‘Milestones’. Bill Evans joined Miles’s Sextet. Cannonball Adderley ‘Somethin’ Else’ Virtually leader album of Miles.</li>

        <li>1959 – ‘Kind of Blue’ It was the proclamation and completion of Modal Jazz.</li>

        <li>1960 – Miles Davis (with Gil Evans) ’Sketches of Spain’</li>

        <li>1964 – Formed the ‘second great quintet’, the members of which are Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Ron Carter and Tony Williams.</li>

        <li>1965 – ‘E.S.P.’ A sprout of New Mainstream.</li>

        <li>1967 – ‘Miles Smiles’ A masterpiece of New Mainstream.</li>

        <li>1968 – Adopted electronic sounds and rhythm of Rock music on his album ‘Miles in the Sky’. In this album Miles made Herbie Hancock play a electronic piano, George Benson play a electric guitar.</li>

        <li>1969 – ‘In a Silent Way’ The title track was composed by Joe Zawinul.</li>

        <li>1970 – ‘Bitches Brew’, Adopted Rock and Electronic sound earnestly.</li>

        <li>1972 – ‘On the Corner’ Adopted Funk sound and folk instruments.</li>

        <li>1975 – Stopped his activity.</li>

        <li>1981 – Came back music scene. Collaborated with Marcus Miller, Bill Evans (saxophonist) and heavy guitar sound of Mike Stern, and released a live album ‘We Want Miles’.</li>

        <li>1985 – ‘Your Under Arrest’ Adopted Pop arrangement and features two pop songs: ‘Time After Time’ by Cyndi Lauper and ‘Human Nature’ by Michael Jackson.</li>

        <li>1986 – Miles Davis ‘Tutu’ produced by Marcus Miller and Tommy LiPuma. This album featured Marcus Miller as producer and multi-player. It was like duet of Miles and Miller.</li>

        <li>1991 – Died on September 28 by the combined effect of a pneumonia and stroke.</li>

        <li>1992 – ‘Doo-Bop’ featured Hip Hop and rap.</li>

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      <footer> If you'd like to know more information about Miles Davis you can visit <a id="tribute-link" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miles_Davis" target="_blank"> official Wikipedia Page</a></footer>
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