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© Don Hunstein, 1959
In this April 1959, Don Hunstein photograph, Miles Davis sat on a stool at the Columbia Records Studio on East 30th Street in Manhattan to reflect on the sounds that he, his quintet, and pianist Bill Evans were creating for the groundbreaking album, Kind Of Blue. It would become not only one of Miles' undisputed masterpieces, but the best-selling jazz album of all-time.
Miles Davis, New York City 1959 by Don Hunstein
Color: Black and White
Type: Archival Digital Print
Edition: Limited Edition (11x14" Open)
Signed: Estate Stamped
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