Comment: BONUS! View all SIX photos! This is one of those rare times where used beats new! If you purchase from us, yours includes a DELUXE eight, yes 8 FULL PANEL booklet featuring the iconic cover photo of Miles Davis as well as liner notes titled Improvisation In Jazz by Bill Evans, song titles, information on other great Columbia Jazz releases and a myriad of production information!/5(K). Recorded 3/2/59 and 4/22/59 in New York City. Cat# is CJT on J-card and JT on cassette shell. This variant is identical to Miles Davis - Kind Of Blue with the exception of the shell, which is /5(10). Aug 01, · Bags’ Groove () In the end, Miles Davis would fascinate jazz, rock and classical fans alike. But in the s he had been a teenage trumpet hopeful partnering Charlie Parker and by .
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Stream or buy on:. Genre Jazz. Styles Fusion Electric Jazz. Track Listing. Miles Runs the Voodoo Down. Miles Davis. Bitches Yesterdays - Miles Davis - The Best Of Miles Davis (Cassette). Jean Pierre. By that point Parker replaced Heroin with alcohol and was gulping vodka like it was soda pop, making him less than a productive partner on that date. The session was aborted at some point and Miles had to complete that session three years later with a different group.
Inafter Miles stopped using, they were doing a lot of live session work together with various groups of musicians. Their next studio session together was that quartet with Red Garland in See, he knew everything I was going to do, everything I was going to play. He anticipated me, felt what I was thinking.
At the recommendation of Jackie McLean he was introduced to a newcomer in New York City, a young bass player named Paul Chambers, 20 years old at the time. Johnson and Kai Winding and gaining a lot of respect within the jazz circles. His melodic line is kind of a result of the melodic lines of the two other musicians. Miles Davis needed one more musician, a horn player, to complete the lineup for a new quintet. But that role proved to be the most difficult to fill.
His natural choice was Sonny Rollins, whom he started playing and recording with early in the s. He got Rollins to play those booked Cafe Bohemia gigs in July and started lining up more gigs in other clubs. But then Rollins disappeared without a word, having gone to Lexington, Kentucky to kick his own Heroin habit. That proved a turning point for Rollins, who inafter successfully getting off the harmful drug, made a huge comeback with his albums Tenor Madness and Saxophone Colossus.
Davis then set his eyes on Cannonball Adderley who was playing with Oscar Pettiford, but the alto sax big man Yesterdays - Miles Davis - The Best Of Miles Davis (Cassette) a teaching gig in Florida. Next in line was john Gilmore, the odd one in the horn player nominees list. Tenor saxophones, especially, were able to honk, howl scream, cry, pop, growl, and tongue-slap tones, and Gilmore had taken the horn further in this direction than anyone else at the time.
But he was not what Davis was looking for. But at a Prestige session on August 5, the two had a fall out and never played together gain. Miles knew the tenor player from early gigs they did together at the Audubon Ballroom in Harlem, and was not impressed at the time. I really had to listen carefully to him.
I often wondered, what was he doing, where was he going? Later, we became good friends. Good enough friends for me to borrow money from him, and Coltrane and Monk were the only two people I would ever ask for a loan.
He can start a chord in the strangest place. The average cat may start on the seventh, but Coltrane can begin on a flatted fifth. If I asked him something about his music, I never knew how he was going to take it. Man, fuck that shit. To me he was a professional musician and I have always wanted whoever played with me to find their own place in the music. So my silence and evil looks probably turned him off.
It was a practical proposition: Coltrane was simply the only one he could think of who knew all the tunes. Miles realized the power of the group early on. This was no run of the mill group with random jazz musicians booked for a single recording session or a few club gigs. With the money coming to him from Columbia and higher fees he was asking from the clubs that booked him, Miles was able to maintain the group as a steady working band.
It was so bad that it used to send chills through me at night, and it did the same thing to the audiences, too. Man, the shit we were playing in a short time was scary, so scary that I used to pinch myself to see if I was really there. Ah-Leu-Chaa piece written by Charlie Parker back inis a good showcase of the band at that point, a month after being formed. Louis early in Miles introduced the song. A favorite tune from this session is The Themea quick and short club performance set closer, here getting a full arrangement with a fine bass solo by Paul Chambers.
This was the prime time to watch the group live as it gelled during a hectic performance schedule that went almost non-stop between October and July Louis and other cities. This was the era when travelling jazz bands got one or two week engagements in clubs, playing multiple sets each night.
They got progressively better, and the recording sessions they managed to squeeze in that year prove it well. Bob Weinstock had booked two sessions in to record enough material for the four remaining albums Davis owed him. Davis knew he could not waste time in the studio on failed or multiple takes, so he basically ran his live set in the studio, song after song Yesterdays - Miles Davis - The Best Of Miles Davis (Cassette) if the band was playing a club date.
On that single session the band completed thirteen pieces in fourteen takes The Theme was the only one requiring a second take. Given the astonishing quality of the material they recorded in this session and the following one for Prestige in October that year, these sessions count as historical recording events in my book.
Coltrane has a fine solo on this tune, and the airy interludes between the choruses add a nice mood to the piece. The solos are great, and I could listen to that ride cymbal by Philly Joe Jones all day long. Random studio chatter was recorded during the sessions and Weinstock decided to keep some of it on the released albums. Surrey with the Fringe on Topa lovely and less performed melody by Rodgers and Hammerstein that was covered by Ahmad Jamal in the early s.
It Never Entered My Mind is my favorite tune from this session. Garland also gets the only solo, a masterful showcase of ballad playing in which he sticks in a second quote from Country Gardens at What was the name of it? The Yesterdays - Miles Davis - The Best Of Miles Davis (Cassette) to produce a large amount of tracks did not exist in these sessions, and Miles could afford rehearsals and multiple takes to get the perfect performance for each tune.
There are thousands of covers of this tune in the world of jazz, and this one, completed by the band in a single take, is definitely up there with the best of them. This will prove to be the beginning of a very productive relationship between the two on many legendary Columbia recordings to follow. Unrelated to the topic of this article but worth mentioning due to its uniqueness in the Miles Davis recording catalog from this period is a set of two sessions Miles did with Columbia in October Miles always appreciated the repertoire of classical music, and in the mids looked closely at developments in the music world such as the third stream, that tried to bring classical and jazz music together.
Gunther Schuller was a main figure in this field and his composition Symphony for Brass and Percussion was recorded by Avakian for Columbia, on an album that was never released in North America called Music for Brass.
Miles participated in sessions for other pieces on that album. His main contribution was on a piece called Three Little Feelings by John Lewis, a composition demonstrating the concepts of the third stream movement, and one that hints towards the direction Miles will take with Gil Evans the following year. Davis plays trumpet and flugelhorn, and solos on both instruments, Yesterdays - Miles Davis - The Best Of Miles Davis (Cassette).
A few days later on October 26, the quintet recorded its final session for Prestige, again a marathon session that yielded 15 takes and 12 completed tracks. Red Garland adds a nice touch with the Big Ben chimes intro on piano. A tour de force by all musicians. All right, Rudy? Here he plays My Funny Valentine with his muted trumpet to a great effect in a quartet setting, as Coltrane had the habit of staying out on some of the more quiet ballads.
A great tune to conclude his recorded output for Prestige. That last session for Prestige proved to be the last studio recording for the band. After a break in activity when Miles went on the Birdland All-Stars in Europe tour, the band kept on touring in early But things were not the same anymore.
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In December , Miles wanted to cancel the booking for the live recording of his two-week performance at the Plugged Nickel in Chicago. After seven months of absence due to health problems, once again back on drugs, subject to overwhelming attacks of paranoia, and abandoned by Frances as well, he knew he had hit bottom.
Kind of Blue is a studio album by American jazz trumpeter Miles faharderimarneusobisecocontge.co 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 faharderimarneusobisecocontge.co album features Davis's ensemble sextet consisting of saxophonists John Coltrane and Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, pianist Bill Evans, bassist Paul Chambers, and. In December , Miles wanted to cancel the booking for the live recording of his two-week performance at the Plugged Nickel in Chicago. After seven months of absence due to health problems, once again back on drugs, subject to overwhelming attacks of paranoia, and abandoned by Frances as well, he knew he had hit bottom.
Mostly spotlighting Davis' late-'40s and early-'50s tenure at Blue Note, this best-of disc offers a very fine way for newcomers to get familiar with the early output of one of the all-time jazz greats. Not to slight later roundups on Prestige and Columbia, but Davis' Blue Note stretch provides listeners with a chance to hear the trumpeter at the height of his trad jazz solo game.
Mostly spotlighting Davis' late-'40s and early-'50s tenure at Blue Note, this best-of disc offers a very fine way for newcomers to get familiar with the early output of one of the all-time jazz greats. Not to slight later roundups on Prestige and Columbia, but Davis' Blue Note stretch provides listeners with a chance to hear the trumpeter at the height of his trad jazz solo game. Apr 14, · I know that there are multiple versions of Miles Davis' Kind of Blue, there are the MFSL, the original mono and stereo LPs, the gram stereo remaster, and I have listened to the album on YouTube, and kbps isn't doing the material justice.
Apr 14, · I know that there are multiple versions of Miles Davis' Kind of Blue, there are the MFSL, the original mono and stereo LPs, the gram stereo remaster, and I have listened to the album on YouTube, and kbps isn't doing the material justice.
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