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But maybe you wouldn't know that what you heard was special because you couldn't see that old black woman's face.
And, if you could have met her, you might have been too busy watching her chaw on some snuff to see the wisdom in her old eyes. He was allowed to be and do whatever was necessary for him as long as he was cool and didn't disrespect them by looking down on them. Even when he was looking down from the elevated heights they had helped him to climb, he never cultivated an attitude that would have angered or hurt them.
Miles' sound always made us sit up and take notice.
It was burnished, brooding, When you heard Miles on the radio, you knew right away that it was him.
It was like listening to him having a conversation with himself, with one of his voices imitating a fast-talking, sweet-rapping black street hustler.
Even when he was first starting out, Miles' sound and style got your attention immediately, because you knew whatever he played, it was going to be unusual.
That's because there were so many marching drum and bugle corps bands, which were part of a tradition brought over to St.
Miles seldom crossed that line to "diss" them, because if he had, those homeboys would have made him pay.They weren't no "pootbutts." of an old black churchwoman singing plaintively in the dusky glow of a backwater country evening, somewhere few come to, save mosquitoes or rats or evil white men dressed in bed-sheets, carrying guns and flaming crosses.in the twilight just before the hants come out to enter everybody's imagination and shut down those dusty roads.And although many other ethnic groups (French, Italians, Jews, Hungarians, Native Americans, and African Americans) have had an impact, the culture is pervasively German.It is more Calvinistic than Catholic, more marching band than Mardi blacks, one that took a much cooler approach.
I know that traditionally only a few great names that end in "s"like Jesus' and Moses' have been spelled this way.