Miles Davis confessed twice in his frank autobiography that he fancied Billie Holiday rotten: "She had such a sensuous mouth I thought she was not only beautiful but sexy. We'll not dwell too long on the fact that, for a period, Billie Holiday was a prostitute and Miles Davis a pimp. But it was their respective reputedly masochistic and sadistic traits which could have allowed the two most famous jazz musicians of this century to develop a curiously compatible relationship. Ironically, both have albums of their love songs out for Valentine's Day.
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Homophobia in Jazz
Gay Jazz Musicians - Artists - organissimo forums
Prince is like the church to gay guys. He comes in on the beat and plays on top of the beat. I think when Prince makes love he hears drums instead of Ravel. For me, he can be the new Duke Ellington of our time if he just keeps at it.
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It's interesting that the subject never seems to come up. Although white jazz fans in particular like to think of themselves as color-blind, it often seems that race is all they ever talk about when the subject is music. There is even a kind of reverse racial profiling that goes on in jazz: white players are pulled over and ticketed for reckless introspection.
In Miles Davis had a party. Dressed in the sharpest Brooks Brothers and bespoke Italian suits and driving a white Ferrari convertible, his image became synonymous with the notion of the elegant outsider. Almost 40 years later, in the 75th anniversary year of his birth, and ten years this month after his death, that iconic status has, if anything, only strengthened. As well as his formidable contribution to changing the nature and direction of jazz and modern music several times during a year career, Miles also found time to partner more beautiful women than Frank Sinatra, live harder and take more drugs than Keith Richards, and get into more scraps with the authorities than Eminem and the Sex Pistols combined. Mostly, Miles Davis refuses to go away.