Miles’ first trip to Paris Yes, it is true, Miles Davis did indeed have a love affair with Paris France. Miles Said: ” It changed the way I looked at things forever, Paris was where I noticed, that not all
Experimental rock, funk, and a bit of Jazz The electric music of Miles Davis, a style of music that would form almost his entire discography from 1969 until his death at age 65 in 1991. Typically the music Miles recorded
H G Wells, who was travelling in the United States on a lecture tour, and safely away from the Luftwaffe bombing in Europe and London, expressed great amusement at the similarity of the names, Wells & Welles. He jokingly advises Orson Welles to drop the unnecessary extra e.
The panic, which would be greatly exaggerated in the weeks following the broadcast, could only happen during the more realistic fake live news reports portion of the play, but even there, events move far too quickly to be credible.
When one thinks of America’s first president, George Washington, the image that likely comes to mind is the likeness captured by American painter Gilbert Stuart. After all, his “Portrait of George Washington” – also known as “The Athenaeum Portrait” – became the basis for the image on the American one dollar bill…
Theatre Review – Aristophanes – Birds Spoiler alerts – c.5 BC Greek comedy is a medium I usually find mildly amusing, raunchy and philosophical, but not particularly funny. Even other works by Aristophanes, such as Lysistrata, in which
The first classic quintet The two recording sessions from May 11, and Oct. 26, 1956 from Miles Davis that produced Cookin’ Relaxin’ Steamin’ and Workin’ are widely considered the 2 greatest sessions in jazz history. The fact it turned out
1920 – Spoiler alerts A rarely seen in performance SF masterpiece and the stage play that first introduced the word Robots into the language. R U R standing for Rossum’s Universal Robots. The story is Frankenstein in mass
Ways to Reduce the Space that Your Physical Media Collection Takes Up OK, I am a music freak! Jazz, blues, rock, world music, and many other genres known more for their obscurity than their popularity. I am also a terrible
Billions of LP’s and 45’s are out there waiting for you to find: Note: This article was originally written in 2012 then moved to this site a few years later. I have added periodic updates since, the most current update