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  1. You'll always find me near a man with a horn Find me there from dark until dawn That's a place where music is born so fine Just listen while he takes his solo apart Watch him close his eyes from the start Hear that music pour from his heart so fine So sweetly he plays and he says it .
  2. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Young Man with a Horn is a American musical drama film directed by Michael Curtiz and starring Kirk Douglas, Lauren Bacall, Doris Day, Hoagy Carmichael, and Juano Hernandez. It was based on a novel of the same name by Dorothy Baker inspired by the life of Bix Beiderbecke, the jazz cornetist.
  3. Jan 19,  · 参照 The Man With The Horn, LP, Album, Car, PC , C It would be great if Sony reissued Miles from to , the comeback years, as a remastered boxset with any extras they may have and extensive sleevenotes.4/5().
  4. When "Man with the Horn" was released, it seemed to me that he put something together that he wanted to do in a relaxed and natural manner. Don't mind me though, I'm no expert. Just that loads of people think that Miles Davis was a genius/5(58).
  5. Feb 05,  · Thoroughly rock-oriented in nature, The Man With The Horn would successfully fuse ’s pop with improvised funk and fusion where they added up to the album’s success and marked his entry into the ’s (just behind the compilation albums Circle In The Round and Directions), one that is definitely hailed as one of his/5(77).
  6. The Man With the Horn: Miles Davis Notorious for his sharp tongue and even sharper dress, The Rake explores how Miles Davis set the sartorial tone for jazz musicians for decades to come. by Ben St George. Miles Davis explicitly said he didn’t want to be considered a legend. The problem with that, twenty five years after his death, is that the.
  7. Young Man with a Horn () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
  8. The song The Man with the Horn was written by Eddie DeLange, Jack Jenney and Bonnie Lake and was first released by Boyd Raeburn and His Orchestra in It was covered by Red Prysock, David Balph, Carla White, Bobby Hackett and other artists.

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