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Grundman had to have used the original tapes from the late 1950s as the basis for his work in the 90s, or what am I missing? To me, none of this matters. KOB lives on because it was a moment of musical genius in jazz, a successful departure from bebop from Miles who was a central figure in the origin of bebop. You can hear that even on the radio, even from the crappiest but playable used LP copy. It was a revelation to me when I first heard it at age 15 and turned me into a jazz nut for life. For Miles personally, it seems to have been only a temporary stage in his constant progression.


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