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Salisbury Cathedral has the tallest church spire in the United Kingdom (123m/404 ft). Visitors can take the "Tower Tour" where the interior of the hollow spire, with its ancient wood scaffolding, can be viewed. The cathedral also has the largest cloister and the largest cathedral close in Britain (80 acres). The cathedral contains the world's oldest working clock (from AD 1386) and has the best surviving of the four original copies of the Magna Carta.


Miles Davis, Bill Evans & Paul Chambers - photo taken during the recording sessions of Kind of Blue


Bassist Paul Chambers began playing professional gigs in New York City where he met such as pianist Barry Harris and trumpeter Thad Jones. He played with a lot of prominent musicians for a brief while, making a giant step in his career upon recording numbers such as 'A Little Taste' and 'Flamingo' with Cannonball Adderley in 1955. But it was joining the Miles Davis Quintet the same year that made his career.


1994 - Vicar of Dibley - Created by one of Britain’s most established comedy writers, Richard Curtis, Vicar of Dibley, starring Dawn French, proved that it was amongst the most successful shows within the digital era of television between 2004 and 2007. With the show receiving multiple BAFTA television award nominations, Curtis received a BAFTA Fellowship for his creative work with his films and comedic creations, including the Vicar of Dibley.


Paul Chambers; was one of the premier bassists in jazz history. Classically trained, he joined Miles Davis' quintet at age 20 in 1955 and stayed until 1963. In addition to Kind of Blue, he played on several landmark albums including Coltrane's Giant Steps, Monk's Brilliant Corners, and Oliver Nelson's The Blue and the Abstract Truth. He also made several albums as leader fo Blue Note.


paul chambers | Paul Chambers. DownBeat Magazine

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It was 1963, Miles & Coltrane in Hollywood

It was 1963, Miles & Coltrane in Hollywood. Personnel are John Coltrane’s classic quartet with McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison, and Elvin Jones. Miles Davis’s sextet was a temporary band formed after Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers, and Jimmy Cobb left, with Frank Strozier (as), George Coleman (ts), Harold Mabern (p), Ron Carter (b), and Frank Butler (d). This was one of Ron Carter’s earliest gigs with Miles.


The great Paul Chambers between takes at a Blue Note recording session. Photo by F. Wolff

Miles Davis: Cookin´, Label: Prestige 7094 12" LP 1957, Design: Reid Miles Illustration: Phil Hays