The early-to-mid 1970s marked perhaps the most unique and radical period in Miles Davis' career. With bands such as Sly & The Family Stone and Parliament/Funkadelic becoming increasingly popular, Davis began to draw considerable influence from their uptempo, electronic funk sound. As his then recently-developed penchant for including longer and longer compositions on his albums continued, Davis enlisted the talents of some of the finest jazz fusion players around, including John McLaughlin, Joe Zawinul, Chick Corea, Wayne Shorter and Billy Cobham. With their abilities at hand, Davis would produce a trio of studio LPs that would be considered among the best in his catalogue: In A Silent Way (1969), Bitches Brew (1970) and Jack Johnson (1971).
The Rolling Stones Olé Olé Olé!: A Trip Across Latin America is a feature documentary that follows the Rolling Stones’ tour of early 2016 through 10 Latin American cities. The film combines electrifying live performances from across the tour and from their historic tour finale as the first ever rock band to perform to an audience of 1.2 million in Havana, with an intimate insight into the world of The Rolling Stone.
Découvrez lun florilège d'expressions cocasses tout droit venues de l'antiquité !
Qu'elles soient directement héritées de la langue latine, comme Alea jacta est, Carpe diem, ou qu'elles empruntent à la culture antique ses référénces et ses héros, comme être riche comme Crésus, vivre un amour platonique, les expressions latines et grecques peuplent encore nos conversations et contribuent à la richesse de la langue française. …