That would be Miles Davis, and this tribute featuring four major-league players from four different incarnations of his band should be something special. This picks up on an idea that a slightly different lineup recorded live in 2002, then mostly focusing on Miles's '50s repertoire, and that's likely to be the case here. Guitarist Mike Stern was with Miles in the '80s; saxophone giant Sonny Fortune was there a decade earlier; bass virtuoso  Buster Williams a little before that in the late '60s; and master drummer Jimmy Cobb (pictured), at 82 the group's elder statesman, anchored Miles's rhythms in the... More >>>