In his own words, Miles changed music "five or six times." That might even be undercutting it. So where do you begin? From the day he left St. Louis for New York as a teenager to the day he died, Miles
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If you’re a big fan of The Beatles and you were hoping to collect some really important memorabilia anytime soon, you may want to check your bank account, because the cost of owning truly special pieces
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20 Feet from Stardom has won the best documentary Oscar at the 86th Academy Awards, defeating a field that included Indonesian-massacre study The Act of Killing and Egyptian revolution insight The Square.