”When I first recorded Trane, the guy from the record company, said, Miles, who is that out there playing saxophone? I said, man, just record the shit. You want us to play, we’ll play, if not we’ll go home.”
Wow, this is a great interview with Miles Davis, conducted by the late Richard Cook in 1985 for The Guardian. Miles is more candid than usual as he speaks freely about Bird, Coltrane, Wayne Shorter, Tony Williams and many more. Juicy stuff.