He [Davis] ain't going nowhere, so everyone can relax.
He picked up some things from Davis, and also from Walsh, who was no friend of the media.
I would like to praise the play of our (goalkeeper) Kelsey Meadows and also senior halfback Kate Davis, who has been playing very consistently and is very involved in all of our plays.
[Davis] was good on the court; she was herself, ... But off the court, she was quiet. We chatted about it, and I had no idea she had so much family in New Orleans. It's been tough.
Davis will give us some toughness inside and Williams has a lot of energy and enthusiasm, ... We got veteran guys who know how to play the game. I think it should make us better.
If anybody has done more moving or more threatening to move than Al Davis, I don't know. Is he in the business of moving each time there's a big money opportunity or is he in the business of developing a loyal fan base?
Wow, what a game. That game didn't surprise me one bit. It was a typical Jeff Davis-Carver game.
He was training better coming into this race than he did in the Sam Davis and he ran a big race. It was a perfect trip. Our horse just had a picture-perfect trip.
Are you kidding? (Gwinnett) had 63 shots. If anyone should be mad it's Davis at us. That's way too many shots. He kept us in both games.
He was larger than life, not a Gray Davis or Pete Wilson, who were technicians. He said, 'I am Arnold. I can move mountains.' But then he didn't deliver?. He delivered midgets when he promised giants.
Coming into the game, we knew Paul Davis fouled a lot. Coach just told me to take it to him. If we can make shots in the beginning of the game, it builds our confidence up. We just carried that confidence into the second half. We just shot well.
I'm looking at Fullerton and Davis. Right now, I'm just waiting to see what kind of offers I can get.
A lot of people who were the best in their fields. I was fortunate enough to be friends with Sammy Davis, Jr. - I spent a lot of time with Sammy. I was over at his house almost every night. Those people were very special and very special for me.
Coltrane was moving out of jazz into something else. And certainly Miles Davis was doing the same thing.
I think it comes from really liking literary forms. Poetry is very beautiful, but the space on the page can be as affecting as where the text is. Like when Miles Davis doesn't play, it has a poignancy to it.
My favorite actress of all times is Bette Davis in Dark Victory. I have seen it six or seven times, and I still cry.
If Davis Cup was a little bit less or once every two years, I would be more inclined to play. But the way it is now, it is too much tennis for me.
In 1978, the tradition of running from village to village with a message was revived. that first run was from Davis to Los Angeles, a distance of 500 miles.
I like to listed to the adventurous guys - the Coltranes, Miles Davis, the guys who just let it loose.
In the movies, Bette Davis lights two cigarettes and hands the second one to James Cagney. It was just so glamorous and romantic.
The eyes of some of the fans at Davis Cup matches scare me. There's no light in them. Fixed emotions. Blind worship. Horror. It makes me think of what happened to us long ago.
If Miles Davis hadn't died it would have been interesting to do an album with him, but there wasn't much else that would have got me into the studio... although Herbie Hancock has just been in touch about doing something and that would be an interesting combination.
And I remember looking at Gray Davis and, you know, Gray is the consummate political operative.
I know what I've done for music, but don't call me a legend. Just call me Miles Davis.
I may be paralyzed from the waist down, but unlike Gray Davis, I'm not paralyzed from the neck up.