Miles Davis Listening to Playback, Columbia Recording Studio, NYC, 1970 (I)
© Glen Craig

Miles Davis Listening to Playback, Columbia Recording Studio, NYC, 1970 (I)

Photograph
By Glen Craig
About the image
Miles Davis listening to playback of the Fillmore East live concert recordings at Columbia Recording Studios. In 1970, Glen Craig was hired to capture images of Miles for an upcoming spread in Zygote Magazine, a feature designed to help expose Davis to a more mainstream audience. He spent three weeks shooting Davis in various locales including at home, at the gym, in the studio, and on stage.

"Miles Davis was an innovator, thinker and genius. He was among the most aware artists I’d shot at that point. He had a fashion and style sense and a visual orientation and seemed to understand the potential of a good photo."

photo ref# 3080-6-5

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Miles Davis Listening to Playback, Columbia Recording Studio, NYC, 1970 (I)
Miles Davis Listening to Playback, Columbia Recording Studio, NYC, 1970 (I)