Combat Obscura – Miles Lagoze

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Combat Obscura

Miles Lagoze

Genre: Documentary

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: March 15, 2019


Just out of high school, at the age of 18, Miles Lagoze enlisted in the Marine Corps. He was deployed to Afghanistan where he served as Combat Camera — his unit's official videographer, tasked with shooting and editing footage for the Corps’ recruiting purposes and historical initiatives. But upon discharging, Lagoze took all the footage he and his fellow cameramen shot, and he assembled quite simply the very documentary the Corps does not want you to see. Combat Obscura is a groundbreaking look at the daily life of Marines in a war zone as told by the Marines themselves. More than a mere compilation of violence, the edit ingeniously repurposes the original footage to reveal the intensity and paradoxes of an ambiguous war from an unvarnished perspective.

© © 2018 Miles Lagoze

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Chrissy Teigen Wishes Her Son Miles a “Happy Graduation” From Wearing a Helmet

Chrissy Teigen, Miles, LunaSomeone please cue up “Pomp and Circumstance” because we have a graduate on our hands.
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Miles Smiles – Miles Davis Quintet

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Miles Smiles

Miles Davis Quintet

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: January 1, 1967

© ℗ Originally Released 1967 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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Someday My Prince Will Come – Miles Davis

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Someday My Prince Will Come

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: December 11, 1961

© ℗ Originally Released 1961,(P) 1979, 1988, 1999 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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30 Miles From Nowhere – Caitlin Koller

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30 Miles From Nowhere

Caitlin Koller

Genre: Horror

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: March 5, 2019


After the suicide of their old college pal, five friends (and one new girlfriend) descend upon the Wisconsin summer home they frequented in their youth. The creep factor at the cabin is high, with a thumping in the crawlspace, blood spurting from the pipes, and a cockroach infestation in the guest bedroom. When a dead man starts appearing at the windows, they begin to wonder who they buried, if not their friend, and find themselves faced with the ultimate human dilemma, to kill or be killed, in order to make it to morning.

© © 2018 30 Miles from Nowhere LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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Miles Ahead – Miles Davis

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Miles Ahead

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: October 21, 1957

© ℗ Originally recorded 1957 Sony Music Entertainment Inc., Originally released 1957 Sony Music Entertainmnt Inc. WARNING: All rights reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.

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The Complete In a Silent Way Sessions – Miles Davis

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The Complete In a Silent Way Sessions

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 19.99

Release Date: September 10, 2001

© ℗ Originally recorded 1968 & released 2001. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment/Originally recorded 1969 & released 2001. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

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Nefertiti – Miles Davis

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Nefertiti

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 8.99

Release Date: January 15, 1968

© ℗ Originally Released 1968, 1998, (P) 1988 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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Chrissy Teigen Presents 2 Tux Options to Turn Son Miles Into Mini John Legend

Chrissy Teigen’s throwing a birthday bash for her hubby John Legend tonight, and she’s asking for help from her fans on what to wear … for her son. Chrissy shared a couple beyond adorable shots of the couple’s 7-month-old son Miles in a black tuxedo…

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Tutu – Miles Davis

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Tutu

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: September 1, 1986

© ℗ 1986 Warner Bros Records. Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company.

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Milestones – Miles Davis

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Milestones

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: September 2, 1958

© ℗ Originally Recorded 1958, Originally Released 1958 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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A Tribute to Jack Johnson – Miles Davis

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A Tribute to Jack Johnson

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: February 24, 1971

© ℗ Originally Released 1971. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment.

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In a Silent Way – Miles Davis

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In a Silent Way

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: July 30, 1969

© ℗ Originally Released 1969 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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Rubberband EP – Miles Davis

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Rubberband EP

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: November 16, 2018

© ℗ 2018 Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company. All Rights Reserved. Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company

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Directions In Music: Celebrating Miles Davis & John Coltrane (Live At Massey Hall) – Herbie Hancock, Michael Brecker & Roy Hargrove

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Directions In Music: Celebrating Miles Davis & John Coltrane (Live At Massey Hall)

Herbie Hancock, Michael Brecker & Roy Hargrove

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: June 10, 2002

© ℗ 2002 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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Grace Alene – Single – Kenneth Thomas & Frequent Flyer Miles


Grace Alene – Single
Kenneth Thomas & Frequent Flyer Miles

Release Date:
August 22, 2016
Total Songs:
2

Genre:
Dance

Price:
$ 1.99

Copyright
℗ 2016 IAMPHOENIX


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Workin’ With the Miles Davis Quintet (Remastered) – Miles Davis Quintet

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Workin’ With the Miles Davis Quintet (Remastered)

Miles Davis Quintet

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: January 1, 1959

© ℗ 2006 Concord Music Group, Inc.

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Attuned – TJ Kaleel & Miles Farnham

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Attuned

TJ Kaleel & Miles Farnham

Genre: Instrumental

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: October 5, 2018

© ℗ 2018 TJ Kaleel & Miles Farnham

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Miles To Go – Colin James

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Miles To Go

Colin James

Genre: Blues

Price: $ 11.99

Release Date: September 21, 2018

© ℗ 2018 405706BC Ltd. under exclusive license to High Romance Music Inc. marketed by Stony Plain Rights Management

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Chrissy Teigen & John Legend Are All Smiles On First Red Carpet Since Welcoming Baby Miles

Mom and dad are ready to let loose! Chrissy Teigen and John Legend went all out for their first red carpet date night since welcoming baby boy Miles. The couple hit up GQ’s Men of the Year Awards in London, where John was named Most Stylish Man – but Chrissy’s hilarious pose afterward may have won the night!


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E.S.P. – Miles Davis

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E.S.P.

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: August 16, 1965

© ℗ Originally Released 1965 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

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Chrissy Teigen and John Legend Take Luna and Miles to a Safari Park: See the Adorable Photos

John Legend, Chrissy TeigenChrissy Teigen and John Legend introduced their children to a few furry friends this weekend during the family’s trip to Bali Safari Park.
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Live at the Village Vanguard, Vol. 1 (The Embedded Sets) [feat. Steve Coleman, Jonathan Finlayson, Miles Okazaki, Anthony Tidd & Sean Rickman] – Steve Coleman

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Live at the Village Vanguard, Vol. 1 (The Embedded Sets) [feat. Steve Coleman, Jonathan Finlayson, Miles Okazaki, Anthony Tidd & Sean Rickman]

Steve Coleman

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 19.99

Release Date: August 10, 2018

© ℗ 2018 Pi Recordings

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Chrissy Teigen and John Legend’s Son Miles’ Cutest Moments

Miles Theodore Stephens, Chrissy Teigen, InstagramChrissy Teigen and John Legend welcomed baby Miles Theodore Stephens into the world just a few months ago, but it only took a few short moments for him to steal our hearts.
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Watch your head: Charlotte lottery pick Miles Bridges is coming

While Miles Bridges didn’t have the most efficient showing in Las Vegas, it is clear that he adds a level of unpredictability to the Hornets.
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Miles Teller Will Play Goose’s Son In The ‘Top Gun’ Sequel

Miles Teller has been cast as the son of Goose in the long-planned sequel to “Top Gun.”


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Obsessed – How This Woman Rides 20,000 Miles a Year on Her Bike

Ultra-endurance bicycle racer Lael Wilcox puts more miles on her bike every year than most people do on their cars. Here’s how she trains for and rides some of the toughest races on earth.
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Chrissy Teigen & John Legend Have First Date Night Following Birth Of Son Miles

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Miles Davis Plays for Lovers (Remastered) – Miles Davis

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Miles Davis Plays for Lovers (Remastered)

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: January 1, 1966

© ℗ 2004 Concord Music Group, Inc.

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Still Dreaming (feat. Ron Miles, Scott Colley & Brian Blade) – Joshua Redman

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Still Dreaming (feat. Ron Miles, Scott Colley & Brian Blade)

Joshua Redman

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: May 25, 2018

© ℗ 2018 Nonesuch Records Inc.

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John Legend Reveals His Baby Boy Miles Is Named After Jazz Legend Miles Davis

Miles Theodore Stephens has a legendary musician to thank for his name!


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Google’s Self-Driving Cars Have Clocked 2 Million Miles

By this point, self driving cars are a common sight in Silicon Valley and
Google’s fleet of nearly 60 autonomous cars hit a milestone: They have now clocked more than two million miles of driving on public streets.

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Relaxin’ With the Miles Davis Quintet (Remastered) – Miles Davis Quintet

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Relaxin’ With the Miles Davis Quintet (Remastered)

Miles Davis Quintet

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: March 1, 1958

© ℗ 2006 Concord Music Group, Inc.

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Picasso and the Painting That Shocked the World (Unabridged) – Miles J. Unger

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Picasso and the Painting That Shocked the World (Unabridged)

Miles J. Unger

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 15.95

Publish Date: March 13, 2018

© ℗ © 2018 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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The Final Tour: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 6 – Miles Davis & John Coltrane

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The Final Tour: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 6

Miles Davis & John Coltrane

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 19.99

Release Date: March 23, 2018

© ℗ 2018 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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How This Woman Rides 20,000 Miles a Year on Her Bike

Ultra-endurance bicycle racer Lael Wilcox puts more miles on her bike every year than most people do on their cars. Here’s how she trains for and rides some of the toughest races on earth.
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Meet the Bird That Soars Thousands of Miles at a Time

The albatross has an 11-foot wingspan and a serious wanderlust, flying thousands of miles nonstop.
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The Best of Miles Davis – Miles Davis

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The Best of Miles Davis

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: January 1, 2004

© ℗ 2004 Fantasy, Inc.

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Everything’s Beautiful – Miles Davis & Robert Glasper

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Everything’s Beautiful

Miles Davis & Robert Glasper

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: May 27, 2016

© ℗ 2016 Sony Music Entertainment

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‘Round About Midnight – Miles Davis

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‘Round About Midnight

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: March 4, 1957

© ℗ Originally released 1957. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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Bitches Brew (Bonus Track Version) – Miles Davis

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Bitches Brew (Bonus Track Version)

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 14.99

Release Date: April 1, 1970

© ℗ Originally Recorded 1970, Originally Released 1970 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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Sketches of Spain – Miles Davis

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Sketches of Spain

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: July 18, 1960

© ℗ Originally released 1960. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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The Essential Miles Davis – Miles Davis

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The Essential Miles Davis

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 14.99

Release Date: May 15, 2001

© ℗ Compilation 2001 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

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Kind of Blue (Legacy Edition) – Miles Davis

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Kind of Blue (Legacy Edition)

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 14.99

Release Date: August 17, 1959

© ℗ Originally recorded 1958. All rights reserved by SONY MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT/This compilation (P) 2008 SONY MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

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I Am a Man (with Bill Frisell, Brian Blade, Jason Moran & Thomas Morgan) – Ron Miles

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I Am a Man (with Bill Frisell, Brian Blade, Jason Moran & Thomas Morgan)

Ron Miles

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 10.99

Release Date: November 10, 2017

© ℗ 2017 yellowbird, Werner Aldinger

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Kind of Blue – Miles Davis

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Kind of Blue

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: August 17, 1959

© ℗ Originally released 1959 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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Kind of Blue – Miles Davis

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Kind of Blue

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: August 17, 1959

© ℗ Originally released 1959 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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E.S.P. – Miles Davis

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E.S.P.

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: August 16, 1965

© ℗ Originally Released 1965 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

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Miles Teller: It Is ‘Extremely Difficult For A Civilian To Understand’ A Soldier’s Life

“Thank You for Your Service” star Miles Teller shares with Access Hollywood the difficulties of portraying an American war hero who returns home and is suffering from PTSD. Miles reveals the way he prepped for the role of Sgt. Adam Schumann in the biographical war drama. “Thank You for Your Service” in in theaters on Oct. 27.


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Jimmy Butler & Miles Brown Have A Freaky Friday

Jimmy Butler & Miles Brown Have A Freaky Friday

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Dahlia Gets Three Creampies And A Facial From John And Miles

At over an hour long is this one of those scenes, that you have to pace yourself, full of lots of hot fucking, licking, Double Vaginal Pentration, and THREE CREAMPIES, PLUS A FACIAL!
Starting off we have Miles Martinez coming in for his audition, hes a charmer and has stamina so, Dahlia really enjoys passing the time with him while we are waiting for John. He gives us some great POV pussy eating. And some nice deep dickin, until Dahlia calls for a quick smoke break.

John enters already naked and kissing Dahlia, and then she makes him go down on her too. Miles comes back, cigarette in hand(fan fetish request!), and face fucks Dahlia while he smokes. Then the first DVP starts! Dahlia squeals as they really give her a good double pounding. Then John cums with the first creampie of the night. Miles has no problem with the wet cumming lube churching butter as he fucks. Back for round two, John joins back in for some more DVP while Miles, gets intense and fucks until, knocks Johns cock out of the way and he shoots his load inside of Dahlia.
I get an accidental shoutout as John goes in for a 2nd cumshot while Dahlia watches herself get fucked in the mirror. You would think, wow good scene, lots of hot fucking
But no, Dahlia says, she could go for even more dick, and both guys surprisingly say, they will be happy to keep going, and they do! For another 30 minutes, where John blows a load on Dahlias face and Miles fucks deep but then has to bounce to go to work.

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Dahlia Gets Three Creampies And A Facial From John And Miles

At over an hour long is this one of those scenes, that you have to pace yourself, full of lots of hot fucking, licking, Double Vaginal Pentration, and THREE CREAMPIES, PLUS A FACIAL!
Starting off we have Miles Martinez coming in for his audition, hes a charmer and has stamina so, Dahlia really enjoys passing the time with him while we are waiting for John. He gives us some great POV pussy eating. And some nice deep dickin, until Dahlia calls for a quick smoke break.

John enters already naked and kissing Dahlia, and then she makes him go down on her too. Miles comes back, cigarette in hand(fan fetish request!), and face fucks Dahlia while he smokes. Then the first DVP starts! Dahlia squeals as they really give her a good double pounding. Then John cums with the first creampie of the night. Miles has no problem with the wet cumming lube churching butter as he fucks. Back for round two, John joins back in for some more DVP while Miles, gets intense and fucks until, knocks Johns cock out of the way and he shoots his load inside of Dahlia.
I get an accidental shoutout as John goes in for a 2nd cumshot while Dahlia watches herself get fucked in the mirror. You would think, wow good scene, lots of hot fucking
But no, Dahlia says, she could go for even more dick, and both guys surprisingly say, they will be happy to keep going, and they do! For another 30 minutes, where John blows a load on Dahlias face and Miles fucks deep but then has to bounce to go to work.

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Dahlia squeals as they really give her a good double pounding.

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Categories: Threeway High Definition Big Butt Double Penetration BBW All Sex Amateur

Scene Number: 2

Orientation: Straight

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Miles Davis Plays for Lovers (Remastered) – Miles Davis

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Miles Davis Plays for Lovers (Remastered)

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: December 31, 1965

© ℗ 2004 Concord Music Group, Inc.

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Miles Teller Engaged to Keleigh Sperry

Keleigh Sperry, Miles TellerMiles Teller is making an honest woman out of Keleigh Sperry.
The Thank You for Your Service actor, 30, proposed to the bicoastal model, 24, according to a congratulatory message shared…


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600 Miles – Gabriel Ripstein

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600 Miles

Gabriel Ripstein

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 0.99

Release Date: February 5, 2016


Oscar nominee Tim Roth is riveting as Hank Harris, a U.S. agent out to bust an international arms-smuggling racket. While attempting an arrest, Hank is overpowered by a young Mexican gunrunner (Kristyan Ferrer), who makes a fateful decision to smuggle Hank into Mexico and deliver him to his crime bosses. As the two enemies begin a tense journey into the heart of deadly cartel country, they are suddenly bound in a desperate fight for survival in this taut, suspense-charged thriller.

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Jazz In Paris: Ascenseur pour l’échafaud – Miles Davis

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Jazz In Paris: Ascenseur pour l’échafaud

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: December 31, 1957

© ℗ 2000 Decca Records France

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The Chocolate Garden – Ava Miles

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The Chocolate Garden

The Dare River Series

Ava Miles

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: August 12, 2014

Publisher: Ava Miles

Seller: Ava Miles Inc.


Millions of readers have fallen in love with Ava's bestselling books…come join the family. I nternational Bestselling Author Ava Miles shares a heartwarming and emotional novel about the magic of love and second chances amidst a chocolate garden. Visionary gardener Tammy Hollins is making a new life for herself and her children after a tragic marriage. Plants she understands, but men…well, they're of the weed variety. She's started her own landscaping business, catering to her country music rock star brother's friends. Her first client is sexy, soulful, Alpha hero material, and the one man who tantalizes her and scares her to death. John Parker McGuiness is a man of many talents, working as a songwriter and lawyer for country music's biggest stars. He's drawn to Tammy like no other and hires her as his landscaper, wanting to show her they're made for each other. When Tammy learns he's a professed chocoholic, she fashions a magical garden for him–a chocolate garden. As the garden comes to life, their love for each other grows. When tragedy strikes Tammy's home, John Parker is willing to move mountains to protect her and her children. Tammy struggles to guard her newfound independence as they use the magic of the chocolate garden to help her children feel safe again. But when secrets from Tammy's past resurface, can their love and passion survive the memories haunting her?  PRAISE: "Ava's story is witty and charming." Barbara Freethy #1 New York Times Bestselling Author on Nora Roberts Land "On par with Nicholas Sparks' love stories." Jennifer's Corner Blog “The constant love, and the tasteful sexual interludes, bring a sensual, dynamic tension to this appealing story.” Publisher’s Weekly "I am adding Ava Miles to my list of always reads like Susan Mallery, Jill Shalvis, Kristen Ashley, and NORA ROBERTS." Marjay's Reading Blog "Miles' story savvy, sense of humor, respect for her readers and empathy for her characters shine through…" USA Today on The Gate to Everything

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McKenzie Miles, Micah Moore, Van Damage

Lucky bastard Van Damage scores enormous time once again when he gets hotties brunette Micah Moore and blond McKenzie Miles back to his mansion. These girls make an absolutely stunning pair. You should see them walking along from the back holding hands in high heels – their two booties strutting along side by side are sheer perfection! Van gets a sloppy blow job from both ladies and then he ravages their tight and completely bald beavers. If you like extremely young twat then you will go crazy over these divas – these bald holes are about as good as a young vag can get! Van pulls out of McKenzie’s vagina and drops his load into Micah’s mouth.

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Stupid Girl (New Adult Romance) – Cindy Miles

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Stupid Girl (New Adult Romance)

Cindy Miles

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: May 13, 2014

Publisher: TKA Distribution

Seller: INscribe Digital


"A raw, beautiful, poignant story about pain, heartache and first love. I couldn’t put it down.” – Carly Phillips, NYT bestselling author Only fools fall in love… After her senior year of high school leaves behind nothing but heartache, Olivia Beaumont is sure of this: She’s no stupid girl. She sets out for Winston University, promising herself that she will remain focused on her first and only love – astronomy. But all it takes is cocky sophomore Brax Jenkins and an accidental collision with a football, to throw her entire year off course. A quick-tempered Southie who escaped the inner city streets of Boston to pitch for Winston, Brax is known to play way more fields than just the baseball diamond. So, when his name is drawn to take part in his fraternity’s hazing dare, Brax eagerly accepts the mission to take Olivia’s virginity. But he doesn’t plan on falling hard for the sweet and sassy Texas girl who sees right through his bad-boy persona. As Olivia and Brax battle their feelings for each other, echoes of the past year begin to surface. A boy who once turned Olivia’s whole world upside down reappears, and “harmless” pranks wreak havoc. Pretty soon the aspiring astronomer is on the verge of revealing her most difficult, heartbreaking secret. All the while, Brax must wrestle with the irrevocable dare, and Olivia struggles against all logic as she does the one thing only a stupid girl would do: fall in love. "Stupid Girl is the single best new adult novel that I have read to date. Make sure your e-reader is charged, because once you start, you won't be able to stop." – NYT and USA TODAY bestselling author Lauren Hawkeye "A brilliant story full of angst, pain, love and loss, Stupid Girl has it all.” – NYT and USA TODAY bestselling author Cathryn Fox After you've fallen in love with STUPID GIRL's Brax and Olivia, get another dose of the Stupid in Love series. STUPID BOY is out now!

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Ten Miles of Bad Road – Karen Lovely


Ten Miles of Bad Road
Karen Lovely

Release Date:
October 13, 2015
Total Songs:
13

Genre:
Blues

Price:
$ 9.99

Copyright
℗ 2015 Kokako


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Ten Miles of Bad Road – Karen Lovely

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Ten Miles of Bad Road

Karen Lovely

Genre: Blues

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: October 13, 2015

© ℗ 2015 Kokako

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NYFF: Don Cheadle Defends Creative Liberties in Story and Music of Miles Davis Biopic

“What we all know in these real stories is that to some degree, they are all historical fiction, everyone is taking poetic license because clearly you can’t encapsulate a person’s life in 90 minutes.”
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Matt Barnes Drove 95 Miles To Kick Derek Fisher’s Ass Over Gloria Govan: Report

Bad Boy Matt Barnes is not to be trifled with and that goes double when you’re talking about his estranged spouse, Basketball Wives alumni Gloria Govan.

The recently divorced Derek Fisher thought bachelorhood was about to be sweet and he also thought he had an in with Govan after Barnes was to begin the 2015-2015 with the Memphis Grizzlies after being traded from the Los Angeles Clippers. He thought wrong on both accounts.

The New York Knicks coach was in Gloria Govan’s backyard (a house that Barnes paid for) for a get-together when Barnes found out and put the pedal to the metal of his car, driving nearly 100 miles to confront him.

Reports New York Post:

Sources said Fisher was at the LA home of Gloria Govan — Barnes’ estranged wife​,​ who stars on “Basketball Wives LA” — on Saturday. Fisher and Govan have been dating for “a few months,” a source said, after Fisher filed to divorce his wife of 10 years, Candace, in March.

But when Barnes learned that Fisher was at his former home with Gloria, he drove 95 miles to LA to “beat the s–t” out of Fisher, sources said.

“Derek was in Gloria’s back yard with about 10 people having a bonfire on ​​Saturday,” said a source. “Derek’s separated from his wife and there’s a relationship with [Gloria].”

The source added, “Barnes was in Santa Barbara [at Memphis Grizzlies training camp] and heard that Fisher was in his house. He went crazy. He got in his car and went to the house and went after Fisher.”
Another source said, “Someone told Matt that Fisher was at the house and he drove down there — he went over to confront Derek.”

​A source close to Fisher ​confirmed the fight but said, “Matt came after Derek but he only had a few scratches … Derek’s not going to press charges, he’s going to let it go.”
Fisher left the scene before cops arrived, and we hear that Govan’s planning to file a restraining order.

Another source said that the altercation was the reason Fisher missed Knicks practice on Monday — but others said that he had been traveling back to New York on Sunday and was delayed because of plane trouble. The Knicks tweeted on Monday that Fisher was “not at practice due to personal reasons — expected back tomorrow.” He was in LA visiting his kids. ​​

A damn shame nobody at the bonfire had the quick wits to pull out a cell phone for a quick video moment.

Also, Fisher can’t hide forever.

Although the geography is remotely off, the Internets ensured to make Temecula a trending topic once again.

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Ascenseur pour l’échafaud – Miles Davis

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Ascenseur pour l’échafaud

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 12.99

Release Date: December 31, 1957

© ℗ 2013 Decca Records France

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Porgy and Bess – Miles Davis

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Porgy and Bess

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: December 31, 1958

© ℗ Originally Released 1958, 1959 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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Bitches Brew (Legacy Edition) – Miles Davis

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Bitches Brew (Legacy Edition)

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 16.99

Release Date: March 31, 1970

© ℗ 2010 Sony Music Entertainment

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Jazz In Paris: Ascenseur pour l’échafaud – Miles Davis

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Jazz In Paris: Ascenseur pour l’échafaud

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: December 31, 1957

© ℗ 2000 Classics Jazz France

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Sheryl Crow: Miles from Memphis – Sheryl Crow

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Sheryl Crow: Miles from Memphis

Sheryl Crow

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 12.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: January 1, 2011


Filmed in November 2010 in the palatial surroundings of the wonderful art deco Pantages Theatre in Hollywood, this film captures Sheryl Crow on tour in support of her recent hit album “100 Miles From Memphis”. The set pulls tracks from across her career and is peppered with hit singles and her best loved album tracks as well as highlights from the new album. Sheryl Crow is at the top of her form and is backed by an outstanding band. Combine this with simple but elegant staging and atmospheric lighting and everything is set for a perfect evening in the company of an exceptional artist.

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Model Julia van Os Weighs In on Motorcycles and Miles Teller

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Dutch model Julia van Os is ready to make waves. After walking more than 40 shows in her first season and appearing in Fall campaigns for the likes of Calvin Klein Jeans and Alexander McQueen, Van Os is a rising star worth learning more about. Here, the fresh face breaks it down in her own words.

Finishing high school was more important to her than breaking into fashion.
“I signed myself up for a modeling contest in CosmoGirl with a friend when I was thirteen years old. It was honestly more of a joke; I didn’t expect anything to come from it. To my surprise I won, and that’s how I came into contact with my mother agency, Future Faces, in Amsterdam. However, I really did not want to start modeling until after I had graduated high school, which is why I’ve only recently started full time.”

She’s handy with a sewing machine.
“I don’t think I was that interested in fashion [before modeling], but I’ve always liked clothing. I could get lost in a good vintage store for hours. I also liked designing and making my own things, like dresses on the sewing machine. I was always busy turning my jeans into shorts, cutting and dyeing my T-shirts, that kind of stuff.”

If you see her on the back of a motorcycle, don’t tell her agents!
“I had a driver in Milan, and sometimes when I was in a big hurry to go from show to show, he would show up on his motorcycle instead of in his car, to avoid traffic. We didn’t tell my agency! They don’t want the models to go on motorcycles because it’s too dangerous. So we’d secretly go racing through the city all day on the motorcycle. That was a lot of fun!”

Modeling has taught her not to take things too seriously.
“You just have to shake all of that off. If you take every ‘no’ that you get personally, you will absolutely torture yourself. Of course, it’s good to be motivated and dedicated, but you also have to take a step back now and then, to get everything into perspective. If I start to freak out about something, I always try to think: In a year from now, this probably won’t matter and I’ll be laughing about it.”

 



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Celebrity crush?
Miles Teller.”

If she could raid anyone’s closet?
“That would have to be FKA twigs’s.”

If she could meet one person from any era?
“Stephen Hawking.”

She may have a slight coffee addiction.
“My biggest vice is probably drinking way too much coffee at any given point—that or overindulging in chocolate!”

Next big purchase?
“Right now I want a nice big cashmere sweater because it’s cozy and always timeless.”

To borrow from Proust, her idea of perfect happiness?
“Happiness is waking up on a Sunday morning to have breakfast in your pj’s with the people you love.”

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100 Miles and Runnin’ – EP – N.W.A.

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100 Miles and Runnin’ – EP

N.W.A.

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: June 23, 2015

© ℗ 2015 Priority Records LLC

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Miles Teller And His ‘Fantastic Four’ Castmates Are NOT Happy About This Interview

Miles Teller and his ‘Fantastic Four’ castmates fired back at Esquire after their unflattering profile of the actor.
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Miles Teller Calls Out Esquire Magazine For Labeling Him A D**k

 

Following the release of his cover story, Miles Teller tweeted at Esquire, calling the article “misrepresenting.” 

 

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“Four” & More (Recorded Live In Concert) – Miles Davis

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"Four" & More (Recorded Live In Concert)

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: December 31, 1965

© ℗ ORIGINALLY RELEASED 1966 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

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Article: Home Run Ball Travels 3,000 Miles To Birthplace At Rawlings Factory

TURRIALBA, COSTA RICA—Gliding through the sky as part of a time-honored excursion occurring every season, a home run ball hit out of Seattle’s Safeco Field completed a roughly 3,000-mile journey Friday to return to its birthplace at the Rawlings factory, sources confirmed. “Like scores of fellow baseballs, this home run ball has undertaken a long and arduous journey, leaving its comfortable dwelling in the Mariners’ ballpark to fly thousands of miles to the manufacturing plant in Costa Rica where it originated,” said Louisiana State University baseball migration expert Bill Hallerton, noting that the ball joined hundreds of others hit out of Busch Stadium, Progressive Field, and Comerica Park for the final 1,300-mile leg of its trek. “They all follow a familiar pattern every summer: departing their home stadiums, traversing the continental U.S., and then flying due south over the Gulf of Mexico. It’s pretty …



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The Bootleg Series, Vol. 4: Miles Davis At Newport 1955-1975 (Live) – Miles Davis

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The Bootleg Series, Vol. 4: Miles Davis At Newport 1955-1975 (Live)

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 29.99

Release Date: July 17, 2015

© ℗ This Compilation (P) 2015 Sony Music Entertainment

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Miles Davis at Newport: 1955-1975: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 4 – Miles Davis

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Miles Davis at Newport: 1955-1975: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 4

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 29.99

Expected Release Date: July 17, 2015

© ℗ This Compilation (P) 2015 Sony Music Entertainment

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Milestones – Miles Davis

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Milestones

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: March 31, 1958

© ℗ Originally Recorded 1958, Originally Released 1958 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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Miles Davis Plays for Lovers (Remastered) – Miles Davis

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Miles Davis Plays for Lovers (Remastered)

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: December 31, 1965

© ℗ 2004 Concord Music Group, Inc.

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Reckoning: Arotas Trilogy, Book 2 (Unabridged) – Amy Miles

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Reckoning: Arotas Trilogy, Book 2 (Unabridged)

Amy Miles

Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 17.95

Publish Date: June 8, 2015

© ℗ © 2015 Audible Studios

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The Complete Columbia Recordings: Miles Davis & John Coltrane – Miles Davis & John Coltrane

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The Complete Columbia Recordings: Miles Davis & John Coltrane

Miles Davis & John Coltrane

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 39.99

Release Date: March 24, 2000

© ℗ Originally Recorded 1955, 1956, 1958, 1959, Originally Released 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1961, 1964, 1973, 1975, 1979, 1982, 1988, (P) 2000 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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Miles Smiles – Miles Davis Quintet

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Miles Smiles

Miles Davis Quintet

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: December 31, 1966

© ℗ Originally Released 1967 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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Forbidden: Arotas Trilogy, Book 1 (Unabridged) – Amy Miles

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Forbidden: Arotas Trilogy, Book 1 (Unabridged)

Amy Miles

Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 17.95

Publish Date: June 8, 2015

© ℗ © 2015 Audible Studios

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News in Brief: North Korean Military Developing Parade Capable Of Traveling 5,000 Miles

ARLINGTON, VA—Drawing on satellite data and foreign intelligence reports, Pentagon officials confirmed Monday that North Korea was in the late stages of developing a military parade with an operational range of 5,000 miles. “With its current capabilities, the DPRK could, at a moment’s notice, deploy a lavish parade to the Japanese mainland or Guam, potentially expanding the reach of its festivities to the West Coast of the United States by year’s end,” said Deputy Secretary of Defense Robert O. Work, who explained that the communist dictatorship had bolstered its arsenal of massive full-color Kim Jong-il and Kim Il-sung banners, and that its top choreographers were drilling soldiers on how to maneuver in dazzling synchronized formations for maximum visual effect. “We estimate that by early 2016, several major U.S. population centers, including Seattle and Los Angeles, could be within their sights. And if this progress goes …





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French Roast – Ava Miles

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French Roast

Dare Valley Series

Ava Miles

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: May 12, 2014

Publisher: Ava Miles

Seller: Ava Miles Inc.


Fans who like the family dynamics of the Sullivans by Bella Andre, the small town charm of Cedar Cove by Debbie Macomber, and the sweet romance of Fool's Gold by Susan Mallery will enjoy Ava Miles.  USA Today Bestselling Author Ava Miles of the #1 National Bestseller NORA ROBERTS LAND presents a coming of age and friends-to-lovers story with New Adult and foodie flavor in her bestselling small town series, Dare Valley. A Reward of Novel Excellence Nominee by InD'tale Magazine.  "Ava's story is witty and charming." Barbara Freethy #1 NYT bestselling author on Nora Roberts Land "I am adding Ava Miles to my list of always reads like Susan Mallery, Jill Shalvis, Kristen Ashley, and NORA ROBERTS." Marjay's Reading Blog Small-town biz wiz Jill Hale has been in love with her childhood best friend Brian McConnell for as long as she can remember. A falling out led to years of estrangement, but when Brian returns to Dare Valley after trying to make it big as a chef in New York City, Jill’s determined to make amends. She’s convinced that starting a restaurant together will be the perfect win-win situation, allowing her and Brian to work together and play together.  After a series of missteps sliced and diced Brian’s career in the Big Apple, he came home to regroup and find himself. He’s convinced that reestablishing his connection with Jill, the girl who got away, will put his life back on track. And when she approaches him with her plan for going into business together, he’s certain it’s the one way he can have it all-his dream job and his dream girl.  Jill and Brian are falling for each other all over again when Brian’s ex sashays into town, intent on sabotaging their reunion. Add in a mysterious investor who’s determined to get Jill on board with his project, and the bond between the couple is tested to the limit. Will their second chance at love implode, or will they find their own recipe for a happy ending?  Author's Note: All books can easily be read as stand-alone stories, and you’ll likely enjoy reading all the books in the series.  The Small Town Dare Valley series:  Book 1: NORA ROBERTS LAND (Meredith & Tanner)  Book 2: FRENCH ROAST (Jill & Brian)  Book 3: THE GRAND OPENING (Peggy & Mac)  Book 4: THE HOLIDAY SERENADE (Abbie & Rhett)  Book 5: THE TOWN SQUARE (Arthur & Harriet)  Book 6: THE PARK OF SUNSET DREAMS (Jane & Matt) Book 7: THE PERFECT INGREDIENT (Elizabeth & Terrance) Book 8: THE BRIDGE TO A BETTER LIFE (Natalie & Blake) – coming Spring 2015 The Dare River series (connected to Dare Valley):  Book 1: COUNTRY HEAVEN (Tory & Rye)  Book 2: THE CHOCOLATE GARDEN (Tammy & J.P.) THE CHOCOLATE GARDEN: A MAGICAL TALE (a children's book companion) Book 3: FIREFLIES & MAGNOLIAS (Amelia & Clayton) ~ coming Winter 2015 REVIEWS: "…Finding love like in the pages of a Nora Roberts story." Publishers Weekly WW Ladies Book Club "On par with Nicholas Sparks’ love stories." Jennifer’s Corner Blog "Ava Miles just keeps turning out great stories…and these rank up there with the Fool’s Gold series by Susan Mallery, the Lucky Harbor series by Jill Shalvis, and the Cedar Cove series by Debbie Macomber." Kay Pruett, Reader "Ava Miles has written a series…I would compare with Robyn Carr’s Virgin River books." RLK, Reader AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY: USA Today Bestselling Author Ava Miles burst onto the contemporary romance scene after receiving Nora Roberts' blessing for her use of Ms. Roberts' name in her debut novel, the #1 National Bestseller NORA ROBERTS LAND, which kicked off her small town series, Dare Valley. Ava has also released a connected series called Dare River. She's fast becoming a favorite author in light contemporary romance (Tome Tender).

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Sketches of Spain (50th Anniversary Legacy Edition) – Miles Davis

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Sketches of Spain (50th Anniversary Legacy Edition)

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 14.99

Release Date: June 30, 1960

© ℗ Originally recorded 1959, 1960 Sony Music Entertainment Inc., Originally released 1960 Sony Music Entertainment Inc. WARNING: All rights reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.

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The Essential Miles Davis – Miles Davis

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The Essential Miles Davis

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 11.99

Release Date: May 10, 2001

© ℗ Compilation 2001 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

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600 Miles: A Post-Apocalyptic Adventure – GP Grewal

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600 Miles: A Post-Apocalyptic Adventure

GP Grewal

Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Publish Date: November 9, 2013

Publisher: G.P. Grewal

Seller: Smashwords


Civilization in America is over. Braving the desert wastes is a lone wanderer, his destination: the legendary ruins of Los Angeles, a place from which few have ever returned. Joined by a mysterious gunslinger, a hook-wielding Mexican warrior and a spirited Southern gal, the crumbling city eventually reveals to him not only his destiny, but the true nature of humankind.

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Bitches Brew (Bonus Track Version) – Miles Davis

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Bitches Brew (Bonus Track Version)

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 14.99

Release Date: March 31, 1970

© ℗ Originally Recorded 1970, Originally Released 1970 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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Miles Teller — Gets Footloose at Music Fest … Dancing with Himself (VIDEO)

Miles Teller felt the tempo and neither rushed nor dragged his feet while showing off his moves at BottleRock Napa Valley music festival. The “Whiplash” and “Footloose” star caught Brett Dennen’s set on Sunday,…

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Country Heaven – Ava Miles

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Country Heaven

The Dare River Series

Ava Miles

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: June 13, 2014

Publisher: Ava Miles, Inc

Seller: Ava Miles Inc.


USA Today Bestselling Author Ava Miles of the #1 National Bestseller NORA ROBERTS LAND presents the Dare River series set in the South, connected to her bestselling small town Dare Valley series, against the backdrop of country music, Nashville, foodie splendor, family, and sweet forgiveness. Also including thirteen country music songs and a dozen recipes. "Ava's story is witty and charming." Barbara Freethy #1 NYT bestselling author on Nora Roberts Land "I am adding Ava Miles to my list of always reads like Susan Mallery, Jill Shalvis, Kristen Ashley, and Nora Roberts." Marjay's Reading Blog When famous—and infamous—country singer Rye Crenshaw saunters into the diner where she cooks, Tory Simmons is certain she’s got him pegged. He’s a bad boy who indulges himself in all things, women included. But while she couldn’t care less about country music or arrogant men, Rye makes her an offer she can’t refuse when he asks her to be his private chef on his multi-city concert tour. The job is the answer to all her prayers: it will clear out her debt and finance the fresh start she desperately needs. Rye is certain his sassy new cook is the last woman who’d ever tempt him, but spending time with the wholesome girl next door will do wonders for his damaged public image, whether she likes being forced into the spotlight or not. Her food also happens to be the best he’s ever eaten, both comforting and seductive. But spending time with Tory on the road shows him a new side to her—one that’s as impossible to resist as her food. And when an emergency in his family whisks him home, he does the one thing he’s never risked: he lets a woman into his heart…  Soon the emotions Rye faked for the tabloids become all too real, but will the country heaven he’s found in Tory’s arms survive in the real world?  Author's Note: All books can easily be read as stand-alone stories, and you’ll likely enjoy reading all the books in the connected series. The Small Town Dare Valley series: Book 1: NORA ROBERTS LAND (Meredith & Tanner) Book 2: FRENCH ROAST (Jill & Brian) Book 3: THE GRAND OPENING (Peggy & Mac) Book 4: THE HOLIDAY SERENADE (Abbie & Rhett) Book 5: THE TOWN SQUARE (Arthur & Harriet)  Book 6: THE PARK OF SUNSET DREAMS (Jane & Matt) Book 7: THE PERFECT INGREDIENT (Elizabeth & Terrance) Book 8: THE BRIDGE TO A BETTER LIFE (Natalie & Blake) ~ coming Spring 2015 The Dare River series (connected to Dare Valley): Book 1: COUNTRY HEAVEN (Tory & Rye) Book 2: THE CHOCOLATE GARDEN (Tammy & J.P.) THE CHOCOLATE GARDEN: A MAGICAL TALE (a children's book companion) Book 3: FIREFLIES & MAGNOLIAS (Amelia & Clayton) ~ coming Winter 2015 REVIEWS: "…Finding love like in the pages of a Nora Roberts story." Publishers Weekly WW Ladies Book Club "On par with Nicholas Sparks’ love stories." Jennifer’s Corner Blog "Ava Miles just keeps turning out great stories…and these rank up there with the Fool’s Gold series by Susan Mallery, the Lucky Harbor series by Jill Shalvis, and the Cedar Cove series by Debbie Macomber." Kay Pruett, Reader "Ava Miles has written a series…I would compare with Robyn Carr’s Virgin River books." RLK, Reader AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY: USA Today Bestselling Author Ava Miles burst onto the contemporary romance scene after receiving Nora Roberts' blessing for her use of Ms. Roberts' name in her debut novel, the #1 National Bestseller NORA ROBERTS LAND, which kicked off her small town series, Dare Valley. Ava has also released a connected series called Dare River. She's fast becoming a favorite author in light contemporary romance (Tome Tender).

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Birth of the Cool (Remastered) – Miles Davis

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Birth of the Cool (Remastered)

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: January 1, 1957

© ℗ 2000 Capitol Records, Inc.

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American Monster Guild Presents: Eddie Fuse featuring Miles Low, Train Scholar & Doe Balla

Devon Brabham, CEO of American Monster Guild, a Las Vegas based global music management company presents a preview of several projects in the works including a compilation album “Year of the Monster” slated for summer 2015. The album features production from some of the hottest upcoming producers and talented AMG roster of artists such as – VIP, Eddie Fuse, EC2RX, Bono DaKidd, Tray Hazit, Bravo, Rob Mack, Nitti Bo, Howell, Doe Balla and Boogie Madeoff. AMG just wrapped up the Perfect Pleasure Tour on the West Coast and will be performing on the CCG/Coke Boys promo tour later this summer. Check out the EP by Eddie Fuse right now.


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Miles from Tomorrowland is getting Disney Junior viewers excited about the science that powers space flight

So how does Sascha Paladino — the creator and exec producer of Disney Junior’s Miles from Tomorrowland — measure the amount of time & energy that he’s poured into the development of this popular new animated series? Oddly enough, Sascha doesn’t use miles as his unit of measure. But — rather — the ages of his twin boys.

“Back when I first pitched Miles to Disney Channel executives, my sons were only three months old,” Paladino recalled during a recent phone interview. “By the time that our very first episode debuted on Disney Junior last month, my sons had just turned five. So this show’s journey from original concept to finished product took — what? — 4 & 3/4rds years? Wow.”

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And why exactly did it take so long for Miles from Tomorrowland to move through Disney’s development pipeline? Because Sascha was looking to do something genuinely ambitious with this animated series. Which was find ways to get pre-schoolers excited about the science & technology that makes space flight possible.

“When I and the Miles development team were still in the research phase for this Disney Junior show, we got to visit NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena. We also got to tour that privately funded space company, SpaceX. And you know what we learned as we talked with the rocket scientists who worked at these places? That they were all inspired to pursue the jobs that they have today because of the movies & the TV shows that they had watched when they were kids. Programs like Star Trek and films like Star Wars, ” Paladino continued. “That’s when we realized how important Miles could actually be in the long run. Which is when we became determined to make this Disney Junior show as entertaining & informative as it could possibly be when it came to explaining the science that powers space flight.”

Mind you, given that the target demographic for Disney Junior is kids 2 – 5, putting together a new animated series that would then try and explain key scientific concepts & principles to pre-schoolers in an entertaining way initially seemed … Well, impossible. But Sascha and his team persevered.

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“I won’t lie to you. There were days during the development process where working on Miles felt like we were juggling flaming knives. I mean, our goals for this show were multi-fold. We were trying — above all — to be entertaining. But at the same time, we wanted to introduce kids to aspects of the sciences in a non-didactic way. And if that wasn’t already a tough enough nut to crack, we also wanted Miles to be very much be in the grand tradition of Disney storytelling. Which meant that this new Disney Junior show had to have great characters with lots of humor & heart,” Paladino explained.

As I noted at the top of this article, it took a number of years to get the balance of elements just right. But in the end, Sascha & Co. came up with the Callisto clan. This family of space travelers — Mother / Captain Phoebe, Father / Engineer Leo, 7 year-old Miles and his big sister Loretta — who all work for the Tomorrowland Transit Authority, this galactic transportation corporation which is determined to connect the universe through science & technology.

“And what’s great about this set-up is that — because each episode of Miles from Tomorrowland is then made up of two 11 minute-long stories — as Miles and his family explore strange new worlds, we then get to take our young viewers on an adventure which features at least one space flight-based or science fact per episode. Take — for example — our ‘Journey to the Frozen Planet’ episode — where we talked about exoplanets. Which are these planets that exist outside of the solar system,” Paladino stated.

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“Journey to the Frozen Planet” is actually an excellent example of what a truly difficult juggling act Miles from Tomorrowland can sometimes be. Especially since this particular episode tries to get across the importance of two distinctly different scientific principles within the confines of a single 11 minute-long story.

“What we were looking to do with ‘Journey’ was demonstrate to our viewers that while — when it comes to science — it’s usually crucial to follow instructions exactly, it’s also equally important to sometimes think outside the box,” Sascha said. “Now you’d think — given that this animated series is being put together by artistic types like animators, designers & writers — that this episode would then come down on the ‘Think-outside-of-the-box’ side of the fence. But that’s where you’d be wrong. Because when it comes to science, you really do need to follow the rules or you’re probably not going to get the outcome that you were looking for. So the real challenge with ‘Journey’ was to give equal weight to both sides of this argument.”

Given that some of the subject matter that Miles was going to deal with did sound awfully dry, Paladino knew that he needed a top notch cast of voice actors to put this material across. Which is why one of the very first people Sascha hired for this Disney Junior show was Tom Kenny of SpongeBob Squarepants fame.

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“But given that — when we produce TV shows here at Disney — we want to make sure that these programs are not only entertaining for kids but also have something for Mom & Dad … Well, we thought that it might be fun to include some performers from the Star Trek & Star Wars universes to help round out our vocal cast,” Sascha enthused. “Which is why we reached out to people like Mark Hamill, George Takei and Wil Wheaton. We even got Bill Nye the Science Guy to come voice a character on this show.”

“And what I really love about being able to do that is since it was these performers that helped inspire the current generation of scientists who are now pursuing goals like space tourism and the first hotel in space. Which — if what the folks at SpaceX told us proves to be true — that’s in our immediate future. We’re just four years or so away from that long-held dream becoming a reality,” Paladino continued. “And if we’ve done our job correctly with Miles … Well, who knows what the future generation of scientists — who hopefully will be inspired by our show — will then be able to accomplish?”

And speaking of accomplishments … Given that Miles from Tomorrowland — when it debuted on Disney Junior back on February 6th — reached 2 million unique viewers and 697,000 children ages 2 to 5, eventually becoming that week’s No. 3 cable TV series among kids ages 2 through 8, it’s clear that Sascha & Co. created something that really resonated with this show’s target audience. More to the point, Disney Stores across the country are reporting that they’re having trouble keeping up with consumer demand for Miles from Tomorrowland-related merchandise. Which suggests that the Mouse may now have a new sci-fi hit on its hands.

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So if you’d like to check out the program that’s getting pre-schoolers all excited about the science that powers space flight, the Disney Channel is staging a Miles from Tomorrowland programming event this morning. Where — starting at 9 a.m. ET / PT — they’ll be airing three full episodes of this new animated series back-to-back.
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Miles Teller Wants The Fantastic Four To Chill With The X-Men

Miles Teller talks about the tone of “Fantastic Four” and whether an X-Men crossover might be in the cards.
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What Miles Teller Wishes He Could Tell People About ‘Fantastic Four’

In an era where most superhero films come with an army of advanced promotional material, the Twentieth Century Fox reboot of “Fantastic Four” stands out as an anomaly. Due in theaters this August, the Josh Trank film has unveiled precious few of its secrets so far, beyond a teaser trailer and handful of photos featuring cast members Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara and Jamie Bell.

“I wish I could tell people there are six of us. It’s really the ‘Fantastic Six’!” Teller joked during an interview with The Huffington Post on Friday. “We created two characters on our own.”

While extra superheroes are unlikely to appear, Teller, who plays Reed Richards aka Mr. Fantastic in the film, wouldn’t necessarily know either way. He hasn’t seen the finished product yet and only watched the film’s trailer a half-day before the general public.

“It’s going to be really interesting to be a part of a movie that size,” he said, before expressing hope that people think “Fantastic Four” is “good enough” to push the sequel forward. (The second “Fantastic Four” film is already scheduled for release in June of 2017.) “I’m as excited as everybody else is to see what it looks like.”

Teller can be seen in “The Divergent Series: Insurgent” in theaters on March 20. A full interview with Teller about the film will run closer to release.
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Sketches of Spain – Miles Davis

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Sketches of Spain

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: June 30, 1960

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‘Round About Midnight – Miles Davis

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‘Round About Midnight

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

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Release Date: March 17, 1957

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Modern Jazz Series, Vol. 3 – EP – Miles Davis

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Modern Jazz Series, Vol. 3 – EP

Miles Davis

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Release Date: December 30, 2014

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Why an Unpaid Internship Was Worth 4,000 Miles and $3,000

You know those Hollywood types who fall into acting because of timing and luck? That’s kind of how I got into journalism. I had never considered it as a kid — I’d always worked on the school paper, and thought it would be cool to see my name in print, but had always considered myself a creative writer first. I applied to write for Her Campus Johns Hopkins, but because Her Campus National was looking for a JHU Campus Correspondent, I found myself building a chapter of the publication as a freshman. When it was time to apply for summer internships, I sent out 31 applications, but was at a disadvantage because I was an incoming sophomore, and most publications prefer to hire juniors or seniors.

Just when I thought I’d be tutoring SAT/ACT at my local library, I got an email from the copy chief of Sports Illustrated. He was impressed by my resume, and called me for an interview, where he hired me on the spot. At Sports Illustrated, I worked in the Copy department, so I was observing conferences, helping the copyeditors with filing, and learning how to copyedit. I spent my summer cross-referencing the Merrium-Webster’s 11th Edition with the Sports Illustrated Style Book, double-checking that the en dashes and em dashes were in the right places, and I wouldn’t have had it any other way. Looking back, I realize how wonderful that internship was — SI treated me like a member of the team, which is something very few interns can say.

At the end of the summer, I dreaded going back to Baltimore, simply because it wasn’t New York, which has an intoxicating quality when you’re young and ambitious. I didn’t want to stop working — so I found myself applying for fall internships and going on interviews during my lunch breaks at SI. I landed a gig at Elle, which I couldn’t turn down. To make it work, I changed my entire JHU schedule to fit a full course load on Monday and Tuesday, so I could get on an Amtrak to New York Wednesday morning and work Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 10 am to 6 pm. My dad doesn’t believe in internships (he thinks companies take advantage of interns), but my mother was supportive because she’s always encouraged me to pursue unique experience.

The Elle internship was more traditional, despite my nontraditional approach to it — interview transcriptions, archival work, research for spreads, and yes, coffee runs and errands. It was a reality check, especially coming off the SI internship. The office was a totally different environment and the learning curve was steeper. I had less access to editors, less room for error, and more pressure. When my friends found out what I was commuting for, the responses were mixed; my favorite was, “That is both really fantastic and completely insane,” which it was. I was exhausted all the time, and slept on the train because I was doing my schoolwork in the middle of the night. I broke seven years of vegetarianism because I needed more protein, got hooked on caffeine, and caught walking pneumonia five weeks in. But I was also surrounded by people working in the pop journalism industry — there was talk in the cafeteria sushi line about the Rihanna cover and the Lorde interview. I got to observe a tabletop photo shoot, and learned how to style my collegiate wardrobe so it looked on-trend.

My life became a bizarre dichotomy of academia and pop culture — even though my homework focused on Frank O’Hara’s poetry and Hans Holbein’s paintings, I learned that Eva Chen (a Hopkins alum) and Lucky had spun off from Conde Nast, Joanna Coles was named Editorial Director of Seventeen, and Karl Lagerfeld designed for both Chanel and Fendi. Back at school, my priorities changed — I dropped out of clubs I’d loved freshman year, lost touch with acquaintances, and spent less time on schoolwork.

After 10 weeks, my Sports Illustrated money started to run out, and I needed to end the Elle internship because it was getting too expensive. Over those 10 weeks, I travelled 4,000 miles and spent $ 3,000 on an unpaid internship. I also discovered that the magazine industry is thrilling, but I’m still more passionate about the arts.

Before I started commuting between Baltimore and New York, my uncle told me not to do it. “You’ll miss out on the college thing. Go have fun.”

“This is my idea of fun,” I said. It was fun to step out of my comfort zone, because uncharted territory is exciting (and learning to walk in heels is an important life skill). It was fun to prove to myself how far I will go — 2,000 miles, apparently — to make it in a competitive industry. Suddenly, everything from creative writing to screenwriting to film production seemed within my reach. It was empowering to do something ridiculous.

The other day, a friend of mine, a Hopkins pre-med interested in switching to magazine journalism, asked if I’d recommend doing an internship. She said it was impossible to fit it into her pre-med track, but she’d hate herself if she didn’t give media a try.

“I’d say do it, even if it seems impossible,” I told her, “You might surprise yourself.”
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In a Silent Way – Miles Davis

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In a Silent Way

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: June 30, 1969

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The Best of Miles Davis – Miles Davis

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The Best of Miles Davis

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: August 30, 2004

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Kind of Blue (Legacy Edition) – Miles Davis

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Kind of Blue (Legacy Edition)

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 14.99

Release Date: January 15, 2009

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Kind of Blue – Miles Davis

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Kind of Blue

Miles Davis

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: August 16, 1959

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Don Cheadle Launches Crowdfunding Campaign for Miles Davis Biopic

Don Cheadle has launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise money for the Miles Davis biopic that he’s been working on for years Cheadle will make his feature directorial debut with the film titled Miles Ahead in addition to co-writing it and starring as Davis See Where Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue Ranks Among…

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Miles Davis Way: Chats with Erin Davis & Vince Wilburn, The Babys’ Tony Brock and Ryan Aderréy, Plus Gladshot and Adam Zwig

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A Conversation with Erin Davis and Vince Wilburn

Mike Ragogna: Let’s start with the street. It’s about time that Miles Davis got a street named after him, but why now? What brought it on?

Vince Wilburn: What brought it on? There was a lady named Shirley Zafirau, she is a neighbor on West 77th street and she’s very politically driven. She thought it would be very honorable if the city would grant uncle Miles a street named in his honor. So one of Mayor Bloomberg’s last bills to be signed before he left office was to pass this ordinance to have the street named after uncle Miles. So Shirley Zafirau was the one who really spearheaded it. She’s going to be at the event, we were out hanging “No Parking” signs last night. I don’t want to tell her age, but she’s really spunky and feisty. The family applauds.

Erin Davis: We’re very grateful to her.

MR: Erin, the US postal service’s Miles Davis stamp is the biggest selling specialty stamp to date, right?

ED: I wouldn’t be surprised! I know it sold a ton of stamps and was joint released with the post in France, so it was a really big honor for us to have this joint release with the two nations, the US and France. That was a long time coming, too, a lot of work and a lot of red tape, but the post office had a great team of guys working on that and they pushed it through once they got the artwork sorted out and everything. It was a great, great thing for the family.

MR: Another major thing is the bio pic that’s happening with Don Cheadle, Ewan McGregor and Zoe Saldana.

ED: Yeah, we’re thrilled about that. That’s also a long time coming. Vince?

VW: It took seven years and we’re finally going to production in Cincinatti in June, it’s Don Cheadle’s directorial debut, and then we have Zoe Saldana and Ewan McGregor cast. The script was written by Steven Baigelman and Don Cheadle.

ED: Steven Baigelman just finished the James Brown movie, he’s a great writer.

MR: Cool. Miles Davis has his own brand, people know his sound the second they think of his name, even though he went through several distinct styles. What is it from your perspective that made this music iconic?

ED: It’s unique, and what’s unique about it is that it changes over the years, it’s not just a sound. The Rolling Stones you can identify pretty quickly, and they’re often copied but you can always go back to them and say, “Oh, that’s something that The Rolling Stones did.” With Miles I think you identify with periods of his career, the styles he’s played in. You know his horn playing, you can pick up his phrasing because it’s just so sweet and melodic. It’s just the choicest notes, it’s never as many notes as youc an fit into a bar, it’s only the right ones. [laughs]

MR: Nice. And of course it’s emotional. Everything that came out of those lips came from the heart.

ED: Exactly.

MR: Vince, obviously you have a lot of stories about Miles, but do you have any that come to mind, something you watched him do or something about him?

VW: I always say this, but you’re talking about someone who was the first to wake up in the morning and last to go to sleep at night, driven by music. He would change close five or six times a day, his mind just worked in very creative ways and he was always thinking about the music, advancing the music, exploring new horizons with the music, never looking back. We played together for four years and each night was different. We called it Miles Davis University, he was the captain. We called him “The Chief.”

MR: He was the kind of improv, wasn’t he?

VW: Yeah, you could say that. He had structure, but he used to say, “Set up things.” There was structure with the improv. He would say, “I’ll tell you to play, not to practice.” You had to be ready, spontanaeity was the key.

MR: Erin, do you have any special stories with him?

ED: I’ve got a million of them. I think one story or one situation that kind of resonated for me often was that he wasn’t able to attend my high school graduation because he was on tour, but he called me up and he said, “You’re going to be in the band because John Bingham is leaving,” he was playing electronic percussion, and I didn’t really know anything about that, but I just kind of said, “Okay.” I was used to going on the road with him in the Summers, but on crew. I obviously always wanted to be in the band, but I thought more along the lines of I would play drums. But I said, “Okay,” and the day after I walked and got my diploma I was on a plane to meet up with them in New York. That whole tour when I played with him, the first and second tours I was just nervous the whole time because I wasn’t really comfortable with the electronic percussion, being complimentary to the drummer. I thought I was ruining the show for him. I had solos and I didn’t know what to play. He was very patient about it. I thought, “Man, he’s going to send me home after a week,” but he was very patient about it. One night I remember I was so tired of being stressed out that I just let loose and started hitting everything and playing and trying to remember all the chops I had and he was like, “You actually played pretty good today.” I think I just stopped being nervous and relaxed a little bit. Like Vince said, he never paid us to practice. It wasn’t about trying to be perfect, it was about taking yourself to a different place you haven’t been. Your highest form of expression. I wish I would have realized that earlier, I think I would’ve enjoyed it a lot more. But that’s probably one of the things I take away from him not being here, I wish I could talk to him about that experience.

MR: Can you remember if there’s any specific moment or event during your time with Miles that changed your outlook on music?

VW: Him being a leader, it teaches you how to interact with musicians. Both Erin and I are bandleaders and it taught us how to deal with our musicians on a certain level. Musicians are sensitive creatures, so to get what you want out of your musicians you have to treat them a certain way and then you can take them in your direciton. That’s one of the things that I learnerd from him, the way you treat musicians to get the best out of them. That stuck in my mind when I played with him and now I apply that to my band.

ED: I echo fully what Vince said. I watch Vince with his guys and it reminds me of how Miles, “Chief,” used to handle his guys, how he would deal with them. Vince said musicians are sensitive, sometimes things happen and guys do things on stage or on the bandstand or off stage, but Vince deals with his guys in the same way Chief used to. I was always surprised when I thought Chief would get very upset with somebody but he wouldn’t. You’ve just got to know how to deal with people. There were things that would upset him, mostly about which guys were playing, not what they were saying. The other thing that I learned from him that kind of changed things for me is that he really knew how to pick guys for the band. He picked guys that he thought were good players in whatever band they were in before. It didn’t have to be jazz or anything, if a guy was a good player he would ask them to join the band. I think a lot of people didn’t understand that, including other members of the band that he was fronting at the time. He would just build these great bands that would come together over time that always had great drummers, horn players, bass players, guys would come and go and I would always think he’d be upset when a guy would have to leave to play with someone else, but he would always wish them well. It was kind of like a family, it was really cool.

MR: Was he a big mentor?

ED: I think he would really be concerned about what was happening with his band before helping somebody else with their thing, but if you were in his band he would help you with your career going forward anyway. I think he was just trying to help you with things you might not be aware of, just furthering your own development. So in a way, yeah. He definitely did mentor a lot of people in that way.

MR: What are you guys working on right now?

VW: I’ve got a couple of artists, a kid named Jesse Campbell who was on The Voice, I’m doing some music with him, I’ve got a kid named Niles Rivers, Erin and I both have studios respectively in California. We’re always putting tracks together and calling each other, I go over to Erin’s and Erin scores movies and it freaks me out. I’m so proud of him, listening to his music and his tracks, we inspire each other. I have artists that I’m producing, and Erin can speak on his productions.

ED: Well, last year I produced the score for this documentary about Richard Pryor called Omit The Logic. I’ve done a couple film scores in the years before that myself, being a composer. I dabbled in some management, I was working with an artist called Gabriel Johnson, we still work together, but I’m taking more time to write music myself and get back into my playing. I play drums and I play a little guitar and bass, too. I’m kind of just working on a new project and I’m hoping to collaborate with a friend of mine who’s also a composer. We’re hoping to get together in the next few months to see what happens, but other than that we work with the estate a lot, the movie’s coming up and once in a while I’ll get a nice internet commercial or something I can do. Right now I’m just working on new material, I write different styles of music, sometimes it’s acoustic blues, sometimes it’s hard rock, sometimes it’s more something you would hear in a film. I’m just kind of working through a lot of different things right now and I’m enjoying it.

MR: Nice. You also worked with Kyle Eastwood in that supergroup Bloodline.

VW: [laughs] Supergroup…I like that. It was a supergroup!

ED: Yeah, that was back about twenty years ago I was in Bloodline with Berry Oakley, Jr, Waylon Krieger, and Joe Bonamassa who’s now gone on to great success, I’m so happy for him. I love seeing him out there in all the guitar magazines and seeing him on DirecTV all the time. I go to the guitar shop and half the stuff is his personal model of guitar or pedal or amp or whatever. It’s great to see, because I know he worked really hard at it. I think when we started he was fourteen, and now I know twenty years later he’s worked through it all, I’m really happy with him. Kyle’s project, we recorded a record in Paris a couple years ago, and that was great fun to work on because he’s a great friend.

MR: What advice do you have for new artists?

ED: The advice I would have for new artists these days is try to write what you write, don’t try to write what everybody else does. Just explore playing live as much as you can, get your group together and get tight with rehearsals and go play live. I’ve seen a lot of bands that are able to get shows but aren’t good at playing live because they don’t know what to do, they don’t know how to listen to each other or how to work in a club environment or even a larger venue. The last thing would be to get your social media numbers up because that’s how it’s working these days.

MR: Yeah. Vince, what about you?

VW: Don’t go on American Idol. Don’t go on these TV shows. Like Erin says, man, you’ve got to play. You’ve got to go through the trenches. You don’t want to be a one-hit wonder. I’m so sick of these artists who are in it for the money and then they’re out. They’re in for one album and then you don’t hear from them anymore. Think about longevity, think about starting at the bars or the clubs or whatever and play music with people you like to play with. Don’t be with these f**king put together bands, I hate it. I hate it, hate it, hate it. Play. You’ve got to play. Don’t autotune, it’s horrible. It bastardizes the music and people who want to be creative. That’s a whole other topic, man. Erin and I have the Miles Davis House in Austin, and man the bands who come through there just kill it. They play and Erin and I just smile, man. We’re high fiving each other. We had Lucinda Williams, it’s like, “S**t.” It doesn’t get much better than that. All these bands are killing. That’s where there’s a disconnect: There’s a disconnect between true artists and one-hit wonders. We love the true artists, the artists that are in the ditches, social media, grinding, playing, hitting all the clubs and the bars and paying their dues. Does that get my point across?

MR: I think so! [laughs] With American Idol and The Voice, sure, they’re fun to watch, but I think it also teaches generations of kids who are going to go into music into thinking that’s how you do it.

VW: Yeah, and they go in it for the money. Money is great, we love money, but love music first. If you kick ass on your instrument or you’re singing your ass off, the money will come. Shit, Bruno Mars was doing Elvis impersonations in Hawaii or something, but it prepared him for where he is now. I just used him as one example. He can share with you his struggles. His brother plays drums in the band, his brother was a police officer, he stopped playing drums to join the police force, and then when Bruno picked up he quit the police force to play with his brother. And he can play! I don’t consider Bruno Mars a one-hit wonder, but what do I know?

MR: I would never put him in that category.

VW: He kicked ass in the Super Bowl halftime, that’s enough for me. Dig this, Kanye West had to come up through the trenches, trying to get his demo played until Jay gave him a shot, and now look at Kanye West. He paid his dues. You’ve got to go through the trenches.

MR: I have to ask you, how did Kind Of Blue become one of the greatest albums of all time?

ED: I’m not sure! It’s one of those secret formulas. A lot of people I talk to, when my dad comes up they say, “Oh, I loved Kind Of Blue.” That’s not the only record they say, but that’s a lot of people’s introduction to jazz. It’s very easy on the ears without being easy-listening music. It’s nice to listen to. You don’t have to dig in right away to figure it out. Sometimes if you’re trying to listen to a bird solo and you haven’t really experienced a lot of jazz before you may not be sure what you’re listening to, but with Kind Of Blue I think you know what you’re hearing right away, you’re hearing something beautiful. You don’t need a degree to listen to it, you just need to be open minded. Most people put it on and they’re just like, “Wow, this is great.” That’s the essence of that record.

VW: I agree with what Erin said, you don’t have to scratch your head to digest it. It’s modal music, and to me it’s haunting in a beautiful way. “Blue And Green” is my favorite song. It’s was Miles’ mother’s favorite song. I can never get tired of listening to Kind Of Blue. Bill Evans, Cannonball, I talked to Jimmy Cobb this morning.

Transcribed By Galen Hawthorne

MAXWELL’S COOL DEMON FROM GLADSHOT

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photo credit: C. Taylor Crothers

According to the Gladshot…

“We’re excited about our new ep, Maxwell’s Cool Demon. The title is a physics term, roughly, it means to turn information into energy… It’s produced by John Agnello, who we love working with. He also produced our debut Burn Up & Shine. He creates the best vibe to make music in. The songs are diverse: ‘Fun With Hydrangeas’ is about the conspiracy movies of the ’60s + ’70s; the title of the song is an obscure reference to a scene in ‘Manchurian Candidate’; ‘Corp Safe’ and ‘We Live in America’ both comment on the times…boarded up Main St. and the narrowing of the collective conversation in the media. We can’t wait to play these songs at The Delancey residency and the tour to follow this summer.”

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Mike Ragogna: Ryan, there’s an interesting quote made about your debut album What If. “If it was a movie, this promising singer/songwriter would be the self-assured lead character that possesses maturity, quiet confidence, leadership and, most of all, real talent.” How much of that is hype and how much is true…come on, you can tell me!

Ryan Aderréy: [laughs] Well, someone was hired to write all that, and I think they did a good job, but it’s all true. I think we’re bursting onto the scene and are doing it in a major way, so yeah, I’m going to say it’s all true.

MR: [laughs] What is your reaction to having a hit on Billboard?

RA: You know what, it doesn’t feel real. I woke up today and I looked at the framed picture of it we have hanging on our wall, and it really doesn’t seem like it happened. If you’d asked me a year ago if we’d be in this position, I would have told you you were crazy. It’s surreal, but I’m honored and really proud, and am happy all the hard work finally paid off.

MR: Tell me about the hard work that went into this. I want to hear the Ryan Aderréy story from Ryan Aderréy’s perspective.

RA: Sure. I started in this business just producing. At the time I was going to Boston University and was playing soccer, and music wasn’t really my main focus. It was always a passion and was there on the side, but it wasn’t my main focus. I started doing music, and when I graduated I got a little attention from the production so I thought, “Maybe I’ll pursue this a little bit.” I got a little frustrated because it was going nowhere. I was in the presence of world-renowned vocal coach Anita Wilson. She heard me sing – just joking around, it wasn’t even serious – and she said, “If you come and work with me and really stick with this, you can be a singer.” And that’s exactly what I did. For about two years I went every day to her for an hour a day, and the rest is history.

MR: How did you get to the point where What If came together, creatively?

RA: It took a long time. I work with a writing team that I’ve assembled, and some of these songs they began a long time ago, in the ’70s, and they never materialized. They were brought back to the forefront when we went a studio down in Miami and we tried out some productions and some engineers. We tested it with radio and the radio wasn’t responding to it, so we scrapped it. That was a year wasted. Then we came back and found producer Zach Ziskin. who’s a Grammy-winning producer who’s worked for Warner Brothers and Universal. He made the productions modern and fit them to our melodies and to our vibe with the words. It took about two years just for What If to even materialize, so it’s been a long road.

MR: I think a lot of people would relate to “Without Hope.” What was your relationship like with this person and how did it inspire you to want to write that song?

RA: I wrote that song based on the experiences on one of my best friends. He grew up struggling in a household with abusive parents, and I think that, to this day, he hasn’t gotten himself out of that situation emotionally or mentally, but the point is that he never gave up. He always kept hope and he always put his head down and kept trudging along, and I think that is something that everyone can relate to. They’ve either been in it, or they’ve seen someone in it, and I really wanted to write about it. At first he wasn’t too happy that everyone was hearing his story, but then he warmed up to it and was really glad that the message got out.

MR: Do you think that maybe the people who were in his life and also heard it took a sober moment or two to to think about it?

RA: I hope so. I’m not sure if they did, but I hope that if they heard it, they learned from it and decided at that very moment to change themselves as people and to better themselves and to be better parents. I really do hope so.

MR: Every song seems to have a message, for instance, “What Ifs & Broken Promises.” It seems that a lot of people can’t say “no,” or they have good intentions and that leads them to those “what-ifs and broken promises.” Do you think it’s fair to say that?

RA: It’s obviously going to be different on a case-by-case basis. I think you’re 100% correct that people bite off more than they can chew, and they don’t do it on purpose; they have the best of intentions and it just doesn’t work out and they end up playing the role of the bad guy. And there are also times where people are just mean-spirited, it’s just their nature and they end up acting the way they do.

MR: Another big moment on the record is “A Miracle, My Love.” What motivated that one?

RA: That was a personal experience of mine. It’s basically about waking up in the morning and feeling like you have nothing to live for. And then this person comes along and they completely change the way you see the world. You start seeing miracles in the smallest things you may not have given a second thought to before, and in doing so, they become your miracle. I wrote that because it happened to me.

MR: Ryan, you sound like a romantic.

RA: I am. I’m a hopeless romantic at heart.

MR: Are you a hopeless romantic because that’s maybe what you witnessed in your family? Do you think that may have influenced that and/or your creativity?

RA: I think so. It’s what I witness growing up, and my family’s very creative and I think that by nature creative people are very emotional, and can be hopeless romantics. I think it was a combination of the two.

MR: What is it that you picked up from your creative family?

RA: My father was a songwriter in London for a long time. He was a part of Apple Records. My grandfather was the lead trumpet player for Tony Bennet, and my mother sang background and reference tracks all the time. It’s just in my blood.

MR: Did you think you ever had a chance to escape music?

RA: [laughs] No, probably not. I remember growing up on weekends and hearing The Beatles, Jackson Browne and Bob Dylan on the stereo. It was around twenty-four seven.

MR: Do you have any favorite artists and/or songs from that period?

RA: I love Bob Dylan. I credit him for a lot of the better lyricists today. I always loved Jackson Browne melodies. I thought they were very soothing and very easy to listen to. The Beatles are an obvious answer. Santana, too; I grew up listening to Santana’s guitar playing and I thought he was a genius.

MR: What do you strive for when you’re creative something and what’s you creative process?

RA: In terms of songwriting, I don’t think you fake it; I think you have to go off personal experiences, so I sit down when I want to write something and think, “What am I going through right now that others can relate to?” I know a lot of songwriters just write theoretical ideas and they might not be going through it, or they might not have ever experienced it, and I think that the audience will eventually catch onto that and see through it. I try to be relatable, and I want the audience to say, “I’ve been through that, and it’s really nice that I can hear someone else say that they’ve been through that, too.”

MR: Can you remember the first song you ever wrote?

RA: Yeah, I can remember it, but I’m not going to share it because it was pretty bad.

MR: [laughs] So in your opinion, over the years, you’ve gotten better.

RA: Yes, I think I’ve grown over the years as a songwriter and as an artist and I think that’s ultimately the goal.

MR: Ryan, what advice would you give to new artists?

RA: I get asked this a lot, and my biggest advice I have–and yes, recording songs and putting material out for listeners to hear is vital–is to network. There’s no bridge too small you can build, and you never know, one thing leads to another, leads to another, leads to another. It’s all about who you know. So put out as many recordings as you can, keep your listeners happy, but network. But do it the right way. Go shake hands, don’t just ask for a handout or say, “Hey, can you listen to my song?” No. Say, “I’d appreciate if you’d listen to this, and I’d be more than happy to do X for you.” If you do that, people really appreciate it, it stays with them, and they’ll remember you for future opportunities. So network, network, network, and do it the right way.

MR: Nice, thanks. Have you heard “A Miracle, My Love” playing on the radio yet?

RA: I have. We were in Indiana and Illinois and we heard it in the car. We’d never heard it live on the air, and we were thrilled.

MR: When are we going to hear the David Guetta remix of “A Miracle, My Love”?

RA: Anytime that David wants to contact me, he’d be more than welcome to take one of the songs and remix it any time that he felt like it. Also, my favorite electronic group is Cruella, so if they wanted to do a remix of it, I think I’d die and go to Seventh Heaven.

MR: [laughs] What does the future hold for Mr. Ryan Aderréy?

RA: Well, we’ve already recorded the second album. As we speak I’m down in Miami doing the second single. June 2nd we go on the tour to the west coast. We start in San Diego at Summer Sessions, which is a really big singer/songwriter showcase we were invited to. So we start there, and make our way up to LA where we play The House Of Blues. Then Las Vegas, playing The Hard Rock, and we’re just going to touring the west coast for the whole month of June. That’s what the immediate future holds.

MR: Your answers are pretty succinct and on point with brevity. So I want to know what sports coach worked with you in order to answer questions?

RA: [laughs] Well it was when I went over to play in Amsterdam. I was playing professional soccer for about three years and they had an interview coach. So I have been coached since about 2003. I know how speak. You’re exactly right, they tell you when to stop, not to stutter, not to use “Uh” or other fillers. They tell you all the tricks. I’ve been coached-up for a while.

MR: Aha! Ryan, I appreciate the interview. Did we cover everything?

RA: You can go to my website, www.ryanaderrey.com, and all the big ones like facebook and twitter, and they’re all /ryanaderrey, so they’re very easy to find.

Transcribed by Emily Fotis

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A Conversation with The Babys’ Tony Brock

Mike Ragogna: The Babys have a new album, I’ll Have Some Of That. So…thirty years?

Tony Brock: I know! We would’ve like some of that over the last thirty years, too. Unfortunately, we disbanded and we’ve been pecking away at trying to put the band back together for a number of years. I asked John Waite a few times, we stayed friends with John and everything’s great, he’s given us his blessing but because of his career he just doesn’t need it. So I decided I’d had enough and I basically wanted to give it one more shot because I felt like we were robbed from being pushed over the top to being a superstar band. Basically, I put the word out that The Babys were getting back together, I had held auditions for a singer and they were around the block. I got John Bisaha in, the poor lad, just to make sure we kept the integrity of the band. He’s worked out fantastic. Then Wally Stocker came from Florida and away we went. We did a few gigs just to get our feet wet, I’m lucky enough to own a studio so I ended up producing a new album for the Babys to get a fresh start and here we are.

MR: What the heck were you doing in the mean time?

TB: As soon as we realized there was no chance of The Babys getting back together I joined Eddy Money for about six months and then I went to Rod Stewart for almost twelve years, I got to play with Jeff Beck and Tina Turner and people like that, so that was a lot of fun. Playing with Rod was a great experience because it was a Rod Stewart group, we were more of a band instead of Rod Stewart and his backing band that he has now. We did everything together as a group, it was fantastic. From there I got an offer to start producing a guy down in Australia called Jimmy Barnes, he’s Australia’s number one male singer down there. We had seven hit albums together, and in doing that I got to produce Keith Urban, the first thing that he ever did down in Australia. It wasn’t country then, but it certainly is now, I know. Then from there I came back and just hooked my studio together and I’ve been doing sessions and producing from my studio for the last ten years. That’s what’s enabled The Babys to put a new album together.

MR: The Babys are coming back into a very different music world than the one it left. How does I’ll Have Some Of That fit into the whole paradigm of what’s going on in music right now?

TB: Well I feel like the younger kids, twenty to thirty year olds, they know of Led Zeppelin and Bad Company and it’s not like the old days where you’re an old fart because you don’t know about those bands. In my family I grew up knowing all the old soul artists, where The Babys grew from. Today’s kids are ready to accept that late seventies, early eighties music again. It never really went away for some people. The kids still love Zeppelin, they still love The Who and Bad Company, those sort of bands have never gone away and they’ve still captured a younger audience. The Babys have never really gone away, because luckily we had some great songs. It’s kind of a silly name, but I think the cult following and having great songs and being respected by musicians and peopel like that has kept The Babys going. I think with a new generation they’re going to love it, they’re going to think they’ve found something new, the way I look at it.

MR: What are the main artistic differences between The Babys then and now?

TB: Where we ended up on our fifth album with Keith Olsen, we kind of got into that Americana sound, very tight and poppy, and that’s not what we were about. In our early days, Ron Nevison was producing us and we kept our raw English things, we still used strings and brass and stuff like that, but that’s not overproducing. Today when you overproduce you use tons of reverb and delays and that sort of thing that’s on every record that I hear on the radio. We haven’t done that, we’ve kept to the true form of what the Babys were, writing great songs, keeping it raw and sounding really good. In fact, we’re even going to make some vinyls, because the young kids are starting to play vinyls again. As far as other differences, the only difference is that we have a couple of different players. But Wally’s sound and my sound has always been at the forefront in the Babys albums and the drum sound and the guitar sound have always been there and we’ve kept that. I don’t think we’ve veered too much apart from our new singer, obviously we weren’t trying to copy John Waite, but we needed someone to keep the soulfulness in it because that’s what we’re about. So we needed a real soul singer and I think we found him. Hopefully we haven’t veered much at all, we’re trying to stay true to what we believe in and all love.

MR: When I think of The Babys, I always think of “Head First.” It was such an anthem, even if it didn’t cart as highly as your other hits.

TB: No, I know, but to this day if you go down to a lot of clubs where there’s a band doing top forty “Head First” always comes up. If I get invited up on stage the first thing they want to play is “Head First.” That song actually just arrived because I got a white grand piano in ’77, I put it in my apartment and when you play a brand new instrument it’s always good for a new song, just for the sounds and the fun. That was the first song that came out of it, “Head First” and “Silver Dreams” came from that piano. Fond memories.

MR: What is that special thing about The Babys?

TB: Well, I think it’s the sound and the way we put songs together. We have a magic together, and that’s why it was so important to put the right members in the new band. We had a magic band and to this day “Every Time I Think Of You,” “Isn’t It Time?” “Head First” are still being played on the radio. I’m hoping and praying that we’ve still captured those songs on “I’ll Have Some Of That” and we’re going to have a hit single. That’s how it’s going to resonate, we’re just doing what The Babys do and enjoying it. It comes off on records that we’re enjoying it, too. You can especially see on the records that we’re having a great time, making The Babys reborn–no pun intended. We’re just hoping and praying that it works for us because we’ve put a lot of hard work into it and whichever way it goes I’m very proud of it. You’ve got to give it a shot, right? If you don’t try, you never know!

MR: What advice do you have for new artists?

TB: I know it sounds like your father speaking to you, but you’ll have to practice and you have no choice but to be totally into it. I used to practice eight hours a day and think nothing of it. People ask me all the time, “Did you ever think you were going to fail at what you were trying to do as a musician?” I look back and I think, no, I never thought once that I was going to fail. That thought never entered my head. It was just something that I love so much–it has to go through your body and you have to love it and enjoy it and soak everything up and learn from other people and watch them. Like I did as a producer, I stole Ron Nevison’s ideas, I stole Keith Olsen’s ideas, all the greatest producers that we had I took just a little piece of them and worked it in to make it me. That’s what you have to do as a drummer, as a guitarist, as a singer, you pick your favorite people and pick what you love and then put it all together and make it your own. That’s my advice to the kids, that’s what you’ve got to do, if you don’t truly love it deep down then don’t bother because it’s a lot of hard work. There’s a lot of people ready to smack you down, so you’ve got to believe in what you do. We weren’t ready to give up yet, that’s why The Babys are back.

MR: So new artists shouldn’t be ready to give up at that point in their careers either?

TB: No! As long as they believe in what they’re doing they’ve got to give it a try because later on you’ll be kicking yourself wishing you’d at least given it a better shot.

MR: What do you think The Babys are going to grow up into?

TB: I don’t have any answer as far as dates, we’re going through it this week with our promotor, but we have some festivals alreayd set up and we’re going to try and jump on a few tours from bigger bands and see if we can put some bums in seats. That’s all we know right now, but it’s looking good.

MR: All right, well I expect to be able to get an interview with you on the next album as well. Is it going to be another thirty years?

TB: No, I’ll be in a box by then. [laughs]

MR: Only CD boxes allowed.

TB: The box set.

Transcribed By Galen Hawthorne

ADAM ZWIG’S “WAITING ON HEAVEN (TO MAKE A MOVE)”

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photo credit: Travis Shinn

Singer-songwriter Adam Zwig’s forthcoming EP, Stones, Bones, and Skin on Conscious Records due out August 18th, is a hybrid of Americana, pop, rock, folk and world music over the course of five tracks. The EP includes the song “Waiting For Heaven (To Make A Move) (Remix),” which features a soaring orchestral arrangement. “This song is an orchestral version of the original tune that appeared on my album Visions Of The Shimmering Night,” Adam explains. “I wanted to try something totally different and get out of my comfort zone. And how do I do that? Take away guitars and drums!” He adds, “I sang with The Section Quartet–known for their gorgeously re-imagined tracks by Radiohead, Muse, Pink Floyd and others–backing me. My producer, David Bianco, had introduced us, and together we reworked the song in a completely new way that has such gravitas and feeling. The track is about those times when you aren’t in control of what’s happening and you have to find a way to adjust to fate, and wait for change.”


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