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    • Bartek Radniecki

      Photo: Don Hunstein -- Miles Davis, #NYC, 1969. 'Miles looks suitably reptilian in this picture I always think...' #artists

    • alun severn

      Photo: Don Hunstein -- Miles Davis, NYC, 1969. I have always loved this Bitches Brew era portrait of Miles by the great Don Hunstein. Miles looks suitably reptilian in this picture I always think...

    • Doug Bond

      Miles Davis, 1969 (Don Hunstein) When the photographer shot this portrait of Miles outside Davis' home on West 77th Street in June 1969, the jazz legend was at the midpoint between the sessions which would produce his two revolutionary jazz-fusion masterpieces: "In A Silent Way" (recorded in February '69) and "Bitches Brew" (recorded in August '69). Davis's recent move to electrified instruments is echoed in the psychedelic patchwork vest and custom-made wrap-around shades.

    • Tony FioRito

      Miles Davis in New York City, ca. 1969. [2140x3164] Photo credit: Don Hunstein

    • Tom Snow

      Love his style. I could never pull this off. King of cool. Miles Davis.

    • BandMark

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    • JenniferLewis Author

      Raoul, makeup artist and romantic advisor, as played by Miles Davis

    • RoughArtGoesPop

      #MilesDavis #Photos #BlackandWhite #photography #icon #jazz

    • Margie K.

      Miles Davis - Rare Photos of Famous People. Part 2

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