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Description:Genre: Jazz / Artist: Miles Davis / Box set / Audio CD released 2011-06-20 at Sony Music Classical / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 So What (Kind Of Blue) 2 Someday My Prince Will Come (Someday My Prince Will Come) 3 I Thought About You (Someday My Prince Will Com ... more
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Get Up With It - Miles DavisGet up and put it down (326 words)
by robinbarfield - written on 26/08/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
it. There are no tunes, no tonality, no attempt, it seems, at thinking what might be nice to listen to. The penguin guide to Jazz recordings describes it as Miles s [sic] first attempt to make Ellington dance with Stockhausen. This was a tribute to the late Duke Ellington and I can t imagine he was very pleased. There are 8 tracks, costing about £1 each: 1. He loved him madly: This is a bit like listening to an orchestra warm up. Miles shimmers on the organ. 2. Maiysha: A funky grooooove. No tune, Miles does a bit of tootling. 3. Honky tonk: A bit more interesting, more like the earlier Jack Johnson album (no, not the surfer dude) 4. Rated X Really should be. ...
Kind Of Blue - Miles DavisWELCOME TO JAZZ! (378 words)
by gr0uch0 - written on 12/04/10, updated on 13/04/10 (Very useful, 9 readings)
Davis did offer direction and lay down which modal lines would be followed. Indeed, only one of the tracks came from a single take. And so, though thought of as M Miles Davis compositions they might more accurately be described as collaborative creations. The overall feel is melancholic, thoughtful. Davis plays trumpet with a kind of poetic sensibility: the silences are just as important as the notes, and the notes - though minimalist and spare - are in constant flux. There s a kind of freedom that comes with the confidence of genius - a freedom that has rightly marked Davis out as one of jazz s greatest sons. Moreover, expect to be moved, that is the great surprise ...
Tutu - Miles DavisJazz innovator reaches impasse, maybe the technology was not ... (232 words)
by GKDurkin - written on 22/03/08 (Useful, 37 readings)
It stands to reason that no other jazz performer has had such an impact on the evolution of jazz as trumpeter M Miles Davis Armstrong may have invented the improvising idea, Ellington been the champion of composition and Charlie Parker may have coined the language of jazz but Miles immeasurably influenced the music in his various discernible periods of work. The 1986 album Tutu is a move on from the orchestral 50 s, the 60 s of the quintet and the fusion of the 70 s to the machine-funk area of the 80 s, a period of mixed fortunes for artist and listener alike. The casual browser and Miles fan may be drawn to the bold cover and the reflection of the times in track names ...
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