Ron Lorman - the 1980's

from Miles To Go: The Lost Years: An Intimate Memoir of Life on the Road with Miles Davis, pages 268-269:

[It was in] ’80, ’81, and ’82. As he [Miles Davis] was coming back out. I was telling somebody this the other day. Half of his audience was young kids wanting to catch up to a new understanding and the other half was fifty and sixty-year-olds, if not older, wanting to hear Kind of Blue and Sketches of Spain. And Miles refused to play that. And for me on an audio side, it was a bit of a complication because the shows were more high energy, fusion rock-and-roll kind of stuff where Mike Stern was steering the ship in terms of volume... reviewers were having a rough time with that, I know …   more >>
cite as

Chris Murphy, Miles To Go: The Lost Years: An Intimate Memoir of Life on the Road with Miles Davis (New York City, 2002), p. 268-269. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1430820834964 accessed: 26 October, 2021

Listeners

Ron Lorman
audio engineer, businessman
19??-

Listening to

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jazz fusion performance
written by Miles Davis
performed by Miles Davis, Mike Stern

Experience Information

Date/Time the 1980's
Medium live
Listening Environment in the company of others, indoors, in public

Notes

Ron Lorman recalling working for Miles Davis in an interview with Chris Murphy, for Murphy's memoir about working for Davis 1973-1983.


Originally submitted by 5011Henning on Tue, 05 May 2015 11:13:55 +0100
Approved on Tue, 01 Sep 2015 13:36:06 +0100