He loves it. An immense amount of work must have gone into it, I can't even imagine. DON'T BUY IT ! One star for his music? Randy Hall, singer/guitarist/producer, who worked with Miles in the 1980s, Brian Priestley, co-author of ‘The Rough Guide to Jazz’, jazz pianist, critic and reviewer, Gordon Meltzer, Miles’s last road manager and executive producer of the ‘Doo-Bop’ album, Palle Mikkelborg, composer, arranger and producer of the ‘Aura’ album, Adam Holzman, Miles’s keyboardist and musical director 1985-1989, Benny Rietveld, Miles's bassist 1988-1990, Robert Irving III Miles’s musical director 1983-1988, Patrick Murray, who worked on the road with Miles from 1986-1990 and was Miles’s concert sound mixer from 1988-1990, Darryl Jones, bassist with Miles 1983-85, 1986-1988, John Scofield, Miles's guitarist 1982-1985, Brian Morton (co-writer of The Penguin Guide to Jazz), The Wire, Jez Nelson, presenter BBC Radio Jazz on 3, John Cavanagh, presenter Radio Scotland’s Bebop to Hip-Hop, Maurizio Comandini, All About Jazz.com Italy. , “The best Miles Davis book ever.” Randy Hall, singer/guitarist/producer, who worked with Miles in the 1980s, “An important book.” Brian Priestley, co-author of ‘The Rough Guide to Jazz’, jazz pianist, critic and reviewer, “Very moving, emotional material.” Gordon Meltzer, Miles’s last road manager and executive producer of the ‘Doo-Bop’ album, “George Cole’s writing, his choice of references, his descriptions of many incidents – it is all so clear and respectful, and shows a deep understanding.” Palle Mikkelborg, composer, arranger and producer of the ‘Aura’ album, “Wow! The concert was recorded by German TV and is available on DVD. The disc has no scratches, & the case was in pristine condition...Thank you so much! And Davis’s vanity would surely have loved that.” Kevin Le Gendre, Independent on Sunday, “The book is beautiful. Cookin' with The Miles Davis Quintet [Rudy Van Gelder Édition], Livraison accélérée gratuite sur des millions d’articles, et bien plus. Finally, something that really gets it right.