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Miles Davis: the Electric Years

Posted by Michael Dickens on January 26, 2010

This is a new blogging experiment. I got a friend to type in the title. I will be doing nothing other than sitting down and writing this topic, based only on the title. No research, no talking. Only writing. We’ll see how it goes.

Who is Miles Davis? Honestly, I don’t know. I presume he’s a musician of some sort. I’ve heard his name before, but I don’t really know much about him.

So then, what is there for me to say about his “Electric Years”? Well, they were electric, certainly. It was a time in which he was very successful. He was like lightning. He blew people away with this jazzy stylings, and today is still regarded as one of the greatest musicians of the era. He was actually the inspiration for the entire genre of hip hop. He has something of a cult following; in fact, there is a group called the Electric Miles Davis Coalition, where they run through suburban neighborhoods and knock on doors. When you answer the door, they blast Miles Davis music and dance to it. What’s the point of all this? They really just want people to hear the greatness that is Miles Davis.

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5 Responses to “Miles Davis: the Electric Years”

  1. LRFLEW said

    What are the requirements for being able to write a title, and how crazy can it be?

  2. Matt said

    I don’t understand… I thought you don’t know who Miles Davis is.

  3. […] Posted by Michael Dickens on January 30, 2010 Another experiment. […]

  4. Luke said

    Ummmm…..

    I hate you.

    Not really.

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