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I Got Rhythm - Miles Davis - Miles Tones (CD)


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Label: Black Label Records (3) - BLCD 8027 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Cool Jazz


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Posted 05.01.2020 by Yogul in category "DEFAULT

8 COMMENTS :

  1. By Dalkree on
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Miles Tones on Discogs.3/5(1).
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  2. By Goramar on
    The album was remixed and remastered in stereo for The Complete Columbia Recordings of Miles Davis with John Coltrane and, in , reissued in stereo on the Columbia/Legacy label. Track listing Side one "Dr. Jekyll" (titled "Dr. Jackle" on later LP and CD releases) – (Jackie McLean) "Sid's Ahead" – (Miles Davis)Genre: Jazz, Modal Jazz.
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  3. By Kashakar on
    17 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Miles Davis - Miles Tones at 4/5(19).
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  4. By Kagalkis on
    Quite a few albums have been released of Miles Davis live performances from the s, many of them in the bootleg category. This particular album is of strong interest because, in addition to a forgettable version of "I Got Rhythm" that is dominated by the scatting of Joe Carroll, there are three tracks with Davis's otherwise undocumented quintet of (featuring the great tenor of 5/
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  5. By Nesho on
    John Coltrane had come out of detox and benefited from a stay with Thelonious Monk. Miles, back from Paris where he had recorded the music for Louis Malle’s film Lift To The Scaffold, added Cannonball Adderley’s alto to his eblophataxmako.repopowohteratomawasvomoonba.co’s cubist abstractions and Cannonball’s bluesy lyricism offered him the contrasts that he was looking for, while his rhythm section provided the.
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  6. By Tomuro on
    Quite a few albums have been released of Miles Davis live performances from the s, many of them in the bootleg category. This particular album is of strong interest because, in addition to a forgettable version of "I Got Rhythm" that is dominated by the scatting of Joe Carroll, there are three tracks with Davis's otherwise undocumented quintet of (featuring the great tenor of /5(88).
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  7. By Samugore on
    Apr 16,  · Milestones was Davis' first album to employ a sextet. Last year, Sony Music, which had gobbled up Columbia Records and its huge jazz catalog over a decade earlier, finally got .
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  8. By Kigalkis on
    Milestones. AM: When you have an album featuring both John Coltrane and Cannonball Adderley on saxophone, you know you’re doing something right. And for Davis, he did that something right for several albums. Those include the aforementioned Kind Of Blue and this killer record here, Milestones.
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