In 1971 Columbia Records signed four of modern jazz's greatest artists. Within two years all four were gone. What happened?
Jarrett's early solos, one critic said, "contain in them the entire history of jazz piano."
In 1965 saxophonist Charles Lloyd formed a quartet, including an up-and-coming Keith Jarrett and Jack DeJohnette, that found favor with young rock audiences.
In December of 1970 Miles Davis took what some consider to be his last great quintet into a Washington, D.C. jazz club for a four-night stand...
We're featuring music taken from the Sony/Legacy box-set MILES DAVIS: THE COMPLETE JACK JOHNSON SESSIONS.