Miles Davis, NYC 1967

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Miles Davis, NYC 1967

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Columbia Records Photography Archive
New York City

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By 1967, when this intimate portrait of Miles Davis was lensed by Columbia Records VP of Creative Services Bob Cato, the trumpeter was in another golden era, working with his "second great quintet," a lineup which included Wayne Shorter (saxophone), Herbie Hancock (keyboards), Ron Carter (bass) and Tony Williams (drums). Cato had worked as the photographer on E.S.P., the quintet's first studio album for Columbia Records, in 1965.