So What by Miles Davis tab with free online tab player. One accurate version. Recommended by The Wall Street Journal This jazz standard is the first tune on Miles Davis’ classic record, “Kind of Blue.” It’s the top jazz album of all time as measured by sales. It’s sold over 20 million copies, and still sells about 5,000 copies a week. And it was recorded in 1959. You should listen to it. Blue In Green by Bill Evans & Miles Davis » Piano Lesson & Sheet Music. Blue In Green Piano Sheet Music You can print the sheet music, beautifully rendered by Sibelius, up to three times. You can either print the sheet music from our website, or from Playground's Mac and PC... The sound of Miles Davis, especially in the context of his recordings with Gil Evans became the voice of an era. I remember, and vividly so, that the theme song for one of the shows was the Miles/Gil collaboration on Dave Brubeck's "The Duke" which appeared on the recording, "MILES AHEAD"(Columbia). Nothing ever sounded like that. Miles Davis Miles Davis (A Step-by-Step Breakdown of the Trumpet Styles and Techniques of a Jazz Innovator) Various Composers - Hal Leonard Corporation Learn the trademark riffs and licks from the legendary Miles Davis through this book/CD pack featuring commentary, instruction, and audio examples.