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Goodnight My LOve - Miles Davis - Blue Tunes (CD, Album)

Goodnight My LOve - Miles Davis - Blue Tunes (CD, Album)

  • Gardajinn says:
    Kind of Blue is a studio album by American jazz trumpeter Miles mortlinadlitasafathicquibitchairo.coinfo was recorded on March 2 and April 22, , at Columbia's 30th Street Studio in New York City, and released on August 17 of that year by Columbia mortlinadlitasafathicquibitchairo.coinfo album features Davis's ensemble sextet consisting of saxophonists John Coltrane and Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, pianist Bill Evans, bassist Paul .
  • Samucage says:
    Milestones is as close to a perfect jazz album as any I can think of, offering the best of everything I want out of fifties bop: brilliant soloing from the cream of the crop, instantly catchy tunes at zippy tempos driven by a crack rhythm section, and above all it is unutterably cool. Featuring Miles Davis’s short-lived sextet line-up of Julian `Cannonball' Adderley (alto sax), John Coltrane.
  • Magor says:
    Sep 19,  · Artist: Miles Dewey Davis III (May 26, – September 28, ) Music: Goodnight My Love Album: Young Miles (CD 4: Conception)
  • Tazil says:
    Miles Davis Quintet – Live In Europe The Bootleg Series Vol. 1 Live at the Monterey Jazz Festival The Best Of Seven Steps: The Complete Recordings
  • Faegrel says:
    Miles Davis – Birth Of The Cool (). Possibly the antithesis of what you’d expect as a selection from Miles Davis‘ catalog. “Birth Of The Cool” is the first time Miles breaks off to become the Miles that will go on to record “Kind Of Blue” and “Bitches Brew.”His solos depart from the lightning pace of bebop (or just plain bop, if you’re with it).
  • Dakus says:
    Jul 27,  · Each volume presented the music from various LPs, plus a wealth of previously unissued session material. The eight box sets, totaling 43 CDs of music, were originally released on Columbia/Legacy between and , and won a total of eight Grammy Awards. Several of the original box sets have sold out over the years, and have now been re-manufactured .
  • Kacage says:
    Editors’ Notes In the years between the dissolution of Miles Davis’ first great quintet and the formation of his second, the trumpet master ventured into something new in —not knowing it would become one of jazz's biggest albums ever. Bassist Paul Chambers from the first quintet remained on board, as did John Coltrane, whom Davis had fired, then rehired after the tenor .

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