Miles Davis Quintet skateboards

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14 Responses to “Miles Davis Quintet skateboards”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Now do a set with Miles, Wayne, Herbie, Tony, and Ron.

  2. M.Whittier says:

    @#4, ANONYMOUS:

    What’s the story with the second from the left? Looks like it’s missing a piece or something.

    That’s Scoey “Elaborate Inlay” Wilkins. He played a mean parquet floor.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I’d take Bill Evans any day, mainly cause I like impressionist and jazz music he mixed those styles together perfectly!

  4. buddy66 says:

    Second on Evans. Saw him do a week at Shelly’s in L.A. Incredible virtuosity.

  5. wispsmoke says:

    @7

    Yeah.

  6. rogerg says:

    Burton Snowboards could take a lesson in art from this…

  7. ill lich says:

    Let me know when they make a set with the Agharta/Pangaea septet, then reserve me a Pete Cosey.

  8. relgin says:

    I wish he could have gotten Cannonball in there too.

  9. kettledog says:

    Man oh man, give me the Coltrane.

  10. jtegnell says:

    Without Cannonball it isn’t the group that recorded Kind Of Blue as the website says.

    As a quintet, it should be Red and Philly Joe — that was a much better group in my opinion. Red was the man.

  11. Anonymous says:

    What’s the story with the second from the left? Looks like it’s missing a piece or something.

  12. Michael Leddy says:

    Without Cannonball Adderley, or Julian “Cannonball” Adderly, as his name was misspelled on the cover of Kind of Blue, it’s the group that recorded “Blue in Green,” the one track on Kind of Blue without Adderley. For a complete Kind of Blue set, you’d also need Wynton Kelly, who played piano on “Freddie Freeloader.”

  13. zyodei says:

    Funny..I once painted an entire longboard using a pattern virtually identical to the bottom half of #2. So sad the day it got stolen, it was a wonderful ride that got me down many hills I never should have tried.

    That said, this is an absolutely brilliant set.

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