Review #31: Kind of Blue, Miles Davis

#31: Kind of Blue, Miles Davis

Okay, I’m about to betray myself as a truly fake music fan: I’m not into jazz at all. At. All. In the words of Bart Simpson, “Ah, cartoons. America’s only native art form. I don’t count jazz ’cause it sucks.”

I’m kidding. Jazz is like fancy food to me. It’s great! But I don’t want it. My taste is much simpler. I just want to listen to…

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