". . . with Davis's fierce musical intelligence guiding the performance around him. "He had conversations with everyone he worked with," remembers Henderson. "What not to do, look out for this, but be yourself and just listen to it. He'd say, 'Here it is, this is the way I see it, but you do what you do.' ""(Guaridian Unlimited > arts . Friday Review > 'Releasing this has destroyed Miles')
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. . . don't think so . . . back then (1970) witnessed a Davis conversation . . . an incredible concentration with sense of purpose . . . as audience there was the distinct feeling of listening in on some unknown personal quest/journey in the form of dialogue . . . we were summoned to be as still & quiet as possible . . . i responded with reverence and respect . . . still do when the music requires . . . nothing can destroy that . . .