8 thoughts on “ Miles Davis - Miles Davis (CD) ”

  1. As others have no doubt pointed out, this album was one of four (Cookin, Steamin, Relaxin, Workin') knocked out in short order by the Miles Davis Quintet back in , in order to release Davis from a recording contract/5(84).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Miles Davis At Plugged Nickel, Chicago on Discogs.5/5(4).
  3. Miles Davis-Trumpet Wayne Shorter-Tenor saxophone Herbie Hancock-Piano Ron Carter Bass Tony Williams - Drums What a line up, and it was the only the groups third date together. What Miles has done on this album is to let his young band loose on some of /5(45).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Miles! Miles! Miles! Live In Japan '81 on Discogs/5(12).
  5. 12" LP compiling two sessions, previously released on 's Miles Davis - Miles Davis Plays The Compositions Of Al Cohn, 's Fats Navarro / Dizzy Gillespie / Miles Davis / Kenny Dorham - Modern Jazz Trumpets, and the b-side of Prestige Please use compilation tag/5().
  6. Miles Davis added Cannonball Adderly to his legendary quintet that included John Coltrane and the result was this album. Critics write about the title track setting the stage for the subsequent Kind of Blue. It is so catchy even the alternate bonus take sounds terrific. To my untrained ear the rest of the numbers lack its cutting-edge quality/5().
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Miles Davis And Horns on Discogs.
  8. Miles Davis - Miles Davis Plays for Lovers Audio CD Audio CD Every CD and DVD is hand picked and visually inspected for quality and accurately described. We only sell the very best at Retrostar untacquecrensubtde.pomentgarlicahouwitisukenjacob.co Rating: % positive.

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