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In the Moment: May-June 2004

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By acknowledging that James Brown, Jimi Hendrix and Sly were a legitimate part of black culture, Miles Davis had, in one stroke, renewed jazz, attracted a new generation of listeners and produced some of the most interesting and challenging music of his career.

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