Complete Studio Recordings: Master Takes
Though brief, Miles' collaboration with Bill Evans would prove to be, however, highly productive and significant from a musical standpoint. It yielded several immortal sessions, and among them, one that would remain one of the most iconic and influential jazz albums of all time: Kind of Blue.
Miles Davis (1926-1991) and Bill Evans (1929-1960) were two of the major luminaries in jazz history. During 1958 and 1959, Evans was the pianist of Miles' quintet and sextet, which produced some of the most memorable music of all time.