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  • #1
    Miles Davis
    “Man, sometimes it takes you a long time to sound like yourself.”
    Miles Davis

  • #2
    Miles Davis
    “Don't play what's there; play what's not there.”
    Miles Davis

  • #3
    Miles Davis
    “Do not fear mistakes - there are none. ”
    Miles Davis

  • #4
    Miles Davis
    “Knowledge is freedom and ignorance is slavery”
    Miles Davis, Miles: The Autobiography

  • #5
    Miles Davis
    “Anybody can play. The note is only 20 percent. The attitude of the motherfucker who plays it is 80 percent.”
    Miles Davis

  • #6
    Miles Davis
    “When you’re creating your own shit, man, even the sky ain’t the limit.”
    Miles Davis

  • #7
    Miles Davis
    “you have to play a long time to be able to play like yourself.”
    miles davis

  • #8
    Miles Davis
    “It's not about standing still and becoming safe. If anybody wants to keep creating they have to be about change.”
    Miles Davis

  • #9
    Miles Davis
    “I always listen to what I can leave out.”
    Miles Davis

  • #10
    Miles Davis
    “But you've got to have style in whatever you do -- writing, music, painting, fashion, boxing, anything.”
    Miles Davis, Miles: The Autobiography

  • #11
    Miles Davis
    “Being rebellious and black, a nonconformist, being cool and hip and angry and sophisticated and ultra clean, whatever else you want to call it -- I was all those things and more. But I was playing the fuck out of my horn and had a great group, so I didn't get recognition based only on a rebel image.”
    Miles Davis, Miles: The Autobiography

  • #12
    Huey P. Newton
    “The first lesson a revolutionary must learn is that he is a doomed man.”
    Huey P. Newton

  • #13
    Huey P. Newton
    “I do not expect the white media to create positive black male images.”
    Huey P. Newton

  • #14
    Huey P. Newton
    “Existence is violent, I exist, therefore I'm violent. . . in that way.”
    Huey P. Newton

  • #15
    Huey P. Newton
    “Black men and women who refuse to live under oppression are dangerous to white society because they become symbols of hope to their brothers and sisters, inspiring them to follow their example.”
    Huey P. Newton, Revolutionary Suicide

  • #16
    Huey P. Newton
    “Sometimes if you want to get rid of the gun, you have to pick the gun up.”
    Huey P. Newton



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