Here we can see Miles Davis' legendary Second Great Quintet at full blast. Davis would refer to their playing style as “time, no changes,” and the group managed to incorporate the sound of free jazz into a relatively leaderless structure.
Davis' increasing fascination with funk, soul and rock, however, would signal the death of the group. But drummer Tony Williams would stick with Miles a little longer, until the close of the '60s.
Miles Davis, trumpet
Tony Williams, drums
Ron Carter, bass
Wayne Shorter, sax
Herbie Hancock, piano
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