Miles Davis, "It Never Entered My Mind"

This pained reading of the already melancholy Rodgers & Hart torch song illustrates how much Miles learned from Sinatra's method-acting ballad style, using the heartbreaker as an exploration of a career—and a life—that was going off the rails. Of course, the trumpeter soon rebounded bigger than ever, along with his quartet here, featuring soon-to-be jazz stars: Horace Silver (piano), Percy Heath (bass) and Art Blakey (drums). – Nick Dedina, Google Play

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