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  • THE BEST OF MILES DAVIS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS

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    THE BEST OF MILES DAVIS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
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  • THE BEST OF MILES DAVIS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM EVER

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    THE BEST OF MILES DAVIS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM EVER

    Miles Dewey Davis III (May 26, 1926 – September 28, 1991) was an American trumpeter, bandleader, and composer. He is among the most influential and acclaimed figures in the history of jazz and 20th-century music. Davis adopted a variety of musical directions in a five-decade career that kept him at the forefront of many major stylistic developments in jazz.[1]

    Born in Alton, Illinois, and raised in East St. Louis, Davis left to study at Juilliard in New York City, before dropping out and making his professional debut as a member of saxophonist Charlie Parker's bebop quintet from 1944 to 1948. Shortly after, he recorded the Birth of the Cool sessions for Capitol Records, which were instrumental to the development of cool jazz. In the early 1950s, Miles Davis recorded some of the earliest hard bop music while on Prestige Records but did so haphazardly due to a heroin addiction. After a widely acclaimed comeback performance at the Newport Jazz Festival in 1955, he signed a long-term contract with Columbia Records and recorded the 1957 album 'Round About Midnight.[2] It was his first work with saxophonist John Coltrane and bassist Paul Chambers, key members of the sextet he led into the early 1960s. During this period, he alternated between orchestral jazz collaborations with arranger Gil Evans, such as the Spanish music-influenced Sketches of Spain (1960), and band recordings, such as Milestones (1958) and Kind of Blue (1959).[3] The latter recording remains one of the most popular jazz albums of all time,[4] having sold over five million copies in the U.S.

    Davis made several lineup changes while recording Someday My Prince Will Come (1961), his 1961 Blackhawk concerts, and Seven Steps to Heaven (1963), another mainstream success that introduced bassist Ron Carter, pianist Herbie Hancock, and drummer Tony Williams.[3] After adding saxophonist Wayne Shorter to his new quintet in 1964,[3] Davis led them on a series of more abstract recordings often composed by the band members, helping pioneer the post-bop genre with albums such as E.S.P (1965) and Miles Smiles (1967),[5] before transitioning into his electric period. During the 1970s, he experimented with rock, funk, African rhythms, emerging electronic music technology, and an ever-changing line-up of musicians, including keyboardist Joe Zawinul, drummer Al Foster, and guitarist John McLaughlin.[6] This period, beginning with Davis's 1969 studio album In a Silent Way and concluding with the 1975 concert recording Agharta, was the most controversial in his career, alienating and challenging many in jazz.[7] His million-selling 1970 record Bitches Brew helped spark a resurgence in the genre's commercial popularity with jazz fusion as the decade progressed.[8]

    After a five-year retirement due to poor health, Davis resumed his career in the 1980s, employing younger musicians and pop sounds on albums such as The Man with the Horn (1981) and Tutu (1986). Critics were often unreceptive but the decade garnered Davis his highest level of commercial recognition. He performed sold-out concerts worldwide, while branching out into visual arts, film, and television work, before his death in 1991 from the combined effects of a stroke, pneumonia and respiratory failure.[9] In 2006, Davis was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame,[10] which recognized him as one of the key figures in the history of jazz.[10] Rolling Stone described him as the most revered jazz trumpeter of all time, not to mention one of the most important musicians of the 20th century,[9] while Gerald Early called him inarguably one of the most influential and innovative musicians of that period.[11]

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  • Miles Davis - So What

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    Official music video for ”So What” by Miles Davis
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  • THE VERY BEST OF MILES DAVIS

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  • Miles Davis Meets Thelonious Monk | Essential Jazz

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    MILES DAVIS MEETS THELONIOUS MONK

    01 Bags' Groove (Take 1) 00:00
    02 Bemsha Swing 11:14
    03 Swing Spring 20:44
    04 The Man I Love (Take 1) 31:28

    Recorded in New York, December 24, 1954 • Digitally Remastered 2020

    MILES DAVIS and the Modern Jazz Giants
    Miles Davis - trumpet
    Milt Jackson - vibraphone
    Thelonious Monk - piano
    Percy Heath - bass
    Kenny Clarke - drums



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  • MILES DAVIS: THE BEST OF - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS PLAYLIST

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    Miles Dewey Davis III (May 26, 1926 – September 28, 1991) was an American trumpeter, bandleader, and composer. He is among the most influential and acclaimed figures in the history of jazz and 20th-century music. Davis adopted a variety of musical directions in a five-decade career that kept him at the forefront of many major stylistic developments in jazz.[1]

    Born in Alton, Illinois, and raised in East St. Louis, Davis left to study at Juilliard in New York City, before dropping out and making his professional debut as a member of saxophonist Charlie Parker's bebop quintet from 1944 to 1948. Shortly after, he recorded the Birth of the Cool sessions for Capitol Records, which were instrumental to the development of cool jazz. In the early 1950s, Miles Davis recorded some of the earliest hard bop music while on Prestige Records but did so haphazardly due to a heroin addiction. After a widely acclaimed comeback performance at the Newport Jazz Festival in 1955, he signed a long-term contract with Columbia Records and recorded the 1957 album 'Round About Midnight.[2] It was his first work with saxophonist John Coltrane and bassist Paul Chambers, key members of the sextet he led into the early 1960s. During this period, he alternated between orchestral jazz collaborations with arranger Gil Evans, such as the Spanish music-influenced Sketches of Spain (1960), and band recordings, such as Milestones (1958) and Kind of Blue (1959).[3] The latter recording remains one of the most popular jazz albums of all time,[4] having sold over five million copies in the U.S.

    Davis made several lineup changes while recording Someday My Prince Will Come (1961), his 1961 Blackhawk concerts, and Seven Steps to Heaven (1963), another mainstream success that introduced bassist Ron Carter, pianist Herbie Hancock, and drummer Tony Williams.[3] After adding saxophonist Wayne Shorter to his new quintet in 1964,[3] Davis led them on a series of more abstract recordings often composed by the band members, helping pioneer the post-bop genre with albums such as E.S.P (1965) and Miles Smiles (1967),[5] before transitioning into his electric period. During the 1970s, he experimented with rock, funk, African rhythms, emerging electronic music technology, and an ever-changing line-up of musicians, including keyboardist Joe Zawinul, drummer Al Foster, and guitarist John McLaughlin.[6] This period, beginning with Davis's 1969 studio album In a Silent Way and concluding with the 1975 concert recording Agharta, was the most controversial in his career, alienating and challenging many in jazz.[7] His million-selling 1970 record Bitches Brew helped spark a resurgence in the genre's commercial popularity with jazz fusion as the decade progressed.[8]

    After a five-year retirement due to poor health, Davis resumed his career in the 1980s, employing younger musicians and pop sounds on albums such as The Man with the Horn (1981) and Tutu (1986). Critics were often unreceptive but the decade garnered Davis his highest level of commercial recognition. He performed sold-out concerts worldwide, while branching out into visual arts, film, and television work, before his death in 1991 from the combined effects of a stroke, pneumonia and respiratory failure.[9] In 2006, Davis was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame,[10] which recognized him as one of the key figures in the history of jazz.[10] Rolling Stone described him as the most revered jazz trumpeter of all time, not to mention one of the most important musicians of the 20th century,[9] while Gerald Early called him inarguably one of the most influential and innovative musicians of that period.[11]


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  • MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM - MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS OF ALL TIME

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    MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM - MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS OF ALL TIME
    MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM - MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS OF ALL TIME
    MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM - MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS OF ALL TIME

  • THE VERY BEST OF MILES DAVIS

    1:22:50

    THE VERY BEST OF MILES DAVIS (FULL ALBUM)

  • Miles Davis - Burn

    7:11

    Miles Davis performs 'Burn' at Amnesty International.

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  • Miles Davis - Miles In The Sky full album

    51:54

    Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Europe - 1982
    CBS — CBS 85548
    740p

    00:00 - - - A1 — Stuff (M. Davis) . . . (16.58)
    17:06 - - - A2 — Paraphernalia (W. Shorter) . . . (12.36)
    29:45 - - - End Side a)
    30:04 - - - B1 — Black Comedy (T. Williams) . . . (7.25)
    37:37 - - - A2 — Country Son (M. Davis) . . . (13.49)
    51:25 - - - End Side b)

    Recorded January 16 and May 15-17, 1968
    at Columbia Studio B in New York City

    Personnel:

    Miles Davis - Trumpet
    Herbie Hancock - Piano and Electric Piano
    Wayne Shorter - Tenor Saxophone
    Ron Carter - Bass
    Tony Williams - Drums

    George Benson - Guitar on A2, “Paraphernalia”

    Released on July 22, 1968

    Produced by Teo Macero

    Engineering - Frank Laico, Arthur Kendy

    Cover Art - Victor Atkins
    Back Cover Photo - Hiro (Yasuhiro Wakabayashi)

    Made in Holland
    Printed in Holland

    ℗ 1968 CBS Inc. / © 1968 CBS Inc.

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  • Miles Davis triad pair Improvisation MASTERCLASS

    7:27

    In todays video we are going to take 2 Minor Triad pairs that Miles Davis used and look at superimposing them on 3 famous chord progressions:

    1) a Bb blues (Freddie the Freeloader)
    2) a Minor Blues in C# minor (Equinox)
    3) a suspended Blues (Mr Day)

    0:00 start
    1:00 - Triad pairs on Freddie the freeloader
    3:37 - Triad Pairs on Equinox (minor Blues)
    6:00 - Triad Pairs on a suspended Blues

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  • Tutu

    5:17

    Provided to YouTube by 143/Warner Records

    Tutu · Miles Davis

    Tutu

    ℗ 1986 Warner Records Inc.

    Synthesizer Programmer: Adam Holzman
    Mixer: Bill Schnee
    Engineer: Eric Calvi
    Engineer: Erik Zobler
    Drums: Jabali Billy Hart
    Bongo Drums: Jabali Billy Hart
    Synthesizer Programmer: Jason Miles
    Bass, Guitar, Producer, Saxophone, Synthesizer: Marcus Miller
    All Additional Instruments: Marcus Miller
    Synthesizer Programmer: Marcus Miller
    Trumpet: Miles Davis
    Percussion: Paulinho Da Costa
    Engineer: Peter Doell
    Executive Producer: Tommy Lipuma
    Arranger, Writer: Marcus Miller

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  • Miles Davis - Love for Sale

    11:49

    ”Love for Sale” by Miles Davis
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    Lyrics:
    Love for sale
    Love for sale
    (Sweet love)
    Love for sale
    (Lots and lots of young love)
    Love for sale

  • Cannonball Adderly & Miles Davis - Autumn Leaves

    11:03

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  • Miles Davis Best Songs - Miles Davis Greatest Hits Cover

    1:33:17

    Miles Davis Best Songs - Miles Davis Greatest Hits Cover


    TrackList!
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    1.So What
    2.Freddie Freeloader
    3.Blue In Green
    4.All Blues
    5.Flamenco Sketches
    6.Move
    7.Jeru
    8.Moon Dreams
    9.Budo
    10.Bitches Brew
    11.Spanish Key
    12.'Round Midnight
    13.Pharaoh's Dance
    14.Stella By Starlight
    15.Summertime
    16.Bye Bye Blackbird
    17.John McLaughlin
    18.Boplicity
    19.Venus de Milo
    20.On Green Dolphin Street
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  • THE BEST OF MILES DAVIS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS PLAYLIST

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  • MILES DAVIS BEST OF - TOP MILES DAVIS SONGS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM PLAYLIST

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    MILES DAVIS BEST OF - TOP MILES DAVIS SONGS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM PLAYLIST

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  • THE BEST OF MILES DAVIS

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    THE BEST OF MILES DAVIS (FULL ALBUM)

  • THE VERY BEST OF MILES DAVIS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS PLAYLIST - MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS EVER

    1:23:36

    THE VERY BEST OF MILES DAVIS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS PLAYLIST - MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS EVER

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  • THE BEST OF MILES DAVIS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS - MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS EVER

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    THE BEST OF MILES DAVIS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS - MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS EVER
    THE BEST OF MILES DAVIS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS - MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS EVER

    TrackList!
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    1.So What
    2.Freddie Freeloader
    3.Blue In Green
    4.All Blues
    5.Flamenco Sketches
    6.Move
    7.Jeru
    8.Moon Dreams
    9.Budo
    10.Bitches Brew
    11.Spanish Key
    12.'Round Midnight
    13.Pharaoh's Dance
    14.Stella By Starlight
    15.Summertime
    16.Bye Bye Blackbird
    17.John McLaughlin
    18.Boplicity
    19.Venus de Milo
    20.On Green Dolphin Street
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  • THE VERY BEST OF MILES DAVIS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM PLAYLIST

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    THE VERY BEST OF MILES DAVIS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM PLAYLIST
    THE VERY BEST OF MILES DAVIS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM PLAYLIST

  • MilesDavis Greatest Hits - MilesDavis Best Of Playlist

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    MilesDavis Greatest Hits (Official Video) - MilesDavis Best Of Playlist
    MilesDavis Greatest Hits (Official Video) - MilesDavis Best Of Playlist
    MilesDavis Greatest Hits (Official Video) - MilesDavis Best Of Playlist

  • Miles Davis - Best of Electric Period Mix - Street Funk

    35:52

    A cool blend of the best pieces of Miles Davis incredible electric Jazz-Funk-Fusion period (1969-1975). Free Your Mind... and Your Ass Will Follow
    Featuring:
    (00:00) Sivad (Live Evil 1971)
    (03:06) Zimbabwe (Pangaea 1975)
    (07:08) Red China Blues (Get Up With It 1974)
    (11:05) Calypso Frelimo (Get Up With It 1974)
    (13:36) On The Corner (Take 4) (On The Corner Sessions 1972)
    (18:27) Go Ahead John (Big Fun 1974)
    (22:44) Spanish Key (Bitches Brew 1969)
    (27:27) Rated X (Get Up With It 1974)
    (29:55) Mojo Part 1 (Dark Magnus 1974)

  • BEST OF MILES DAVIS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM - MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS EVER

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    BEST OF MILES DAVIS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM - MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS EVER
    BEST OF MILES DAVIS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM - MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS EVER
    BEST OF MILES DAVIS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM - MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS EVER


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  • MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS - BEST OF MILES DAVIS SONGS PLAYLIST

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    MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS - BEST OF MILES DAVIS SONGS PLAYLIST

  • THE BEST OF MILES DAVIS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS PLAYLIST

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    THE BEST OF MILES DAVIS (FULL ALBUM) - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS PLAYLIST
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  • Best of Miles Davis - Miles Davis Greatest Hits Full Album - Miles Davis Best Songs Ever

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    Best of Miles Davis - Miles Davis Greatest Hits Full Album - Miles Davis Best Songs Ever
    Best of Miles Davis - Miles Davis Greatest Hits Full Album - Miles Davis Best Songs Ever
    Best of Miles Davis - Miles Davis Greatest Hits Full Album - Miles Davis Best Songs Ever

  • The Best Miles Davis Albums Ranked

    23:38

    Correction: John Coltrane covered My Favorite Things. A slip of the lips ✌????

  • BEST OF MILES DAVIS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM - MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS PLAYLIST

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    BEST OF MILES DAVIS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM - MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS PLAYLIST
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    BEST OF MILES DAVIS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM - MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS PLAYLIST

  • BEST OF MILES DAVIS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS FULL ABUM - MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS EVER

    1:21:54

    BEST OF MILES DAVIS - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS FULL ABUM - MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS EVER

  • Miles Davis - So What

    9:24

    ”So What” by Miles Davis
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  • Miles Davis - Call It Anything

    35:20

    Miles Davis - Call It Anything (Miles Electric)

    On August 29th, 1970 Miles Davis and his band played to 600,000 people at the The Isle Of Wight Festival. When asked the title of his one track set, Miles said Call It Anything. This film, directed by Oscar* winning film maker Murray Lerner, features the entire 38 minute performance from the Isle Of Wight Festival and sets it in context through new interviews with the musicians who played with him and others who took part in the festival or were intimately connected with Miles Davis' career. It also features other performance footage and tells the story of Miles' controversial decision to take his music into a more electric, rock orientated style, epitomized by his album Bitches Brew, which was released the same year. Among those interviewed are Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, Carlos Santana, Joni Mitchell, Keith Jarrett and Dave Liebman.

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  • MILES DAVIS BEST OF - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM 2022

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    MILES DAVIS BEST OF - MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM 2022

  • Miles Davis - Human Nature

    14:05

  • Miles Davis - My Funny Valentine 1964 Milan, Italy

    12:02

    Miles Davis Quintet
    Teatro dell'Arte, Milan, Italy
    October 11 1964

  • The Very Best of Miles Davis Full Album Playlist

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    The Very Best of Miles Davis Full Album Playlist

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  • Miles Davis: Somethin Else

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    Artist: Miles Dewey Davis III (May 26, 1926 – September 28, 1991)
    Music: Somethin' Else
    Album: The Best Of Miles Davis (The Capitol / Blue Note Years) 1992

  • So What - Miles Davis

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    So What was the first track on the studio album Kind Of Blue by American jazz musician Miles Davis, released August 17, 1959 on Columbia Records. The recording sessions for the album took place at Columbia's 30th Street Studio in New York City on March 2 and April 22, 1959. The sessions featured Davis' ensemble sextet, which included pianists Bill Evans and Wynton Kelly, drummer Jimmy Cobb, bassist Paul Chambers, and saxophonists John Coltrane and Julian 'Cannonball' Adderley. After the inclusion of Bill Evans into his sextet, Davis followed up on the modal experimentations of Milestones (1958) and 1958 Miles (1958) by basing the album entirely on modality, in contrast to his earlier work with the hard bop style of jazz. Though precise figures have been disputed, Kind Of Blue has been cited by many music writers not only as Davis' best-selling album, but as the best-selling jazz record of all time. On October 7, 2008, it was certified quadruple platinum in sales by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). It has been regarded by many critics as the greatest jazz album of all time and Davis' masterpiece, and it has been ranked at or near the top of several 'best album' lists in disparate genres. The album's influence on music, including jazz, rock and classical music, has led music writers to acknowledge it as one of the most influential albums of all time. In 2002, it was one of fifty recordings chosen that year by the Library of Congress to be added to the National Recording Registry. In 2003, the album was ranked number 12 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. Widely considered one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century, Miles Davis was, with his musical groups, at the forefront of several major developments in jazz music including cool jazz, hard bop, free jazz and fusion. Many well-known jazz musicians made their names as members of Davis' ensembles, including John Coltrane, Herbie Hancock, Bill Evans, Wayne Shorter, Chick Corea, John McLaughlin, Julian 'Cannonball' Adderley, Gerry Mulligan, Tony Williams, George Coleman, J.J. Johnson, Keith Jarrett and Kenny Garrett. Miles Davis was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2006. This channel is dedicated to the classic jazz music you've loved for years. The smokin' hot, icy cool jams that still make you tap your feet whenever you hear them . . . Cool Jazz is here!

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  • Miles Davis - Blue In Green

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    Miles Davis - trumpet, band leader
    Julian Cannonball Adderley - alto saxophone
    Jimmy Cobb - drums
    John Coltrane - tenor saxophone
    Bill Evans - piano
    Paul Chambers - double bass



    Recorded at Columbia 30th Street Studio, New York, NY (03/02/1959-04/22/1959)

  • MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS EVER - MILES DAVIS GREATEST BLUES JAZZ - MILES DAVIS FULL ALBUM PLAYLIST

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    MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS EVER - MILES DAVIS GREATEST BLUES JAZZ - MILES DAVIS FULL ALBUM PLAYLIST
    MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS EVER - MILES DAVIS GREATEST BLUES JAZZ - MILES DAVIS FULL ALBUM PLAYLIST
    MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS EVER - MILES DAVIS GREATEST BLUES JAZZ - MILES DAVIS FULL ALBUM PLAYLIST

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    1.So What
    2.Freddie Freeloader
    3.Blue In Green
    4.All Blues
    5.Flamenco Sketches
    6.Move
    7.Jeru
    8.Moon Dreams
    9.Budo
    10.Bitches Brew
    11.Spanish Key
    12.'Round Midnight
    13.Pharaoh's Dance
    14.Stella By Starlight
    15.Summertime
    16.Bye Bye Blackbird
    17.John McLaughlin
    18.Boplicity
    19.Venus de Milo
    20.On Green Dolphin Street
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  • #milesdavis #sowhat Miles Davis - So What / Jimmy Cobb Drum Transcription / Miles Davis Solo Comping

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    August 17, 1959 (studio, Columbia CL 1355)
    Miles Davis, trumpet
    John Coltrane, tenor saxophone
    Julian “Cannonball” Adderley, alto saxophone
    Bill Evans, piano
    Paul Chambers, bass
    Jimmy Cobb, drums

    In the history of jazz music, the best-selling jazz album is “Kind of Blue” by Miles Davis. Davis is the most important jazz musician in the 20th century.
    “Kind of Blue; is the largest selling jazz album of all the time-released in 1959. “Miles helped bring about a new creative synthesis of
    modern and vernacular expressions that greatly changed our perceptions of what American music was and could be.
    Since the “Kind of Blue” album is not only an important resource to understand modal jazz and cool jazz, but also a great example to understand how jazz musicians communicate and play from improvisation. Davis made a great success because not only he was. The improvisation means that activity of creating or doing something without
    preparation, spontaneous activity reorganization. It is most important at the jazz music, so the ability of each musician from the band is most important. He used to recruit the best musicians in the decades. The sextet members bring a great kind of musical ability in the recording from the album to see deeper through one the song.

    When he recorded the song “So What” he did not give the music or score for the sextet. Because Davis trusted his members could make improvisation for every moment. He just brought the simple ideas and chord changes for the recording session. Cobb talked about the moment Miles would tell us all little things to do and then have us work off his idea. He tried to open space and door for musicians to make a new style of music. It made success to open a
    new era for jazz music.

    First, In the “So What,” how the rhythm section communicates each other and build up music through the song. Second, it explains modal jazz to understand the new beginning of the
    cool jazz. Third, it shows the improvised solos and the shapes of solos lines.

    The song “So What” is the first song of the album.
    Length- 9:22
    Style- Modal jazz
    Form- AABA (32-bar),
    16-bar D Dorian, 8-bar Eb Dorian, 8-bar D Dorian

    It starts with a beautiful piano arrangement with bass playing in rubato( free in the presentation). After a short seven measures piano introduction, the famous bass melody line starting. The bass melody line seems like calling to other responses. After bass call the melody, piano response short chords on 3 and 4&. That is a great example of a simple but powerful introduction for the song.

    After them, drummer Cobb played a simple swing ride pattern with bass drum sound which gives much groove into the music. It is kind of step by step each instrument joining the music. It provides good fundamental rhythm and harmony for a soloist who comes after that. During Davis playing his trumpet solo piano gives harmonization, bass keep working pattern, and drums keep play swing. The rhythm section keeps playing nicely and intensely with a good groove to provide fundamentals of the song through the end. The rhythm section played not too much and not
    too little for the song. There is no way how cool this song without talking about modal jazz. Because of this
    song has simple chord changes, solo players can have more freedom and creativity.
    In the “C Key” of the song, the Dorian mode is going on the beginning of Davis solo “Modal jazz rarely adheres strictly to the classical modes (Dorian, Phrygian, etc.), but it creates their flavor, or in some cases that of other non-diatonic scales, such as those of Spanish or Indian music.” 4 The
    first 16 bars for Dm7 and next 8 bars for Ebm7, and another 8 bars for Dm7 again. It has II-V-I modal progression on the solos. The chord voicing does not need to be resolved to the home
    key. The piano comping provides direction the music form and rhythmic sense of to the music which based on the head section. The piano chord comping usually hit on &s. When Davis
    starts with a simple melody line, Cobb gives a big crash cymbal sound to support Davis trumpet solo. The Davis solo line is not busy and fancy, but it is enough to touch one’s emotional sense.

    The song “So What” from the best-selling album “Kind of Blue” in the jazz history. It is a great example of cool jazz, because of the great rhythm section in the band, Dorian chord
    changes give freedom for the soloist, and the sextet communication by improvisation. This song does not focus too much on one instrument or one solo part. It is more like well-organized and shaping music for listeners. It is spiritual and very emotional music by Miles Davis with his sextet.

    In the jazz history, it can be divided before the Kind of Blue and after the Kind of Blue. Because each part of the instrument members was supported and communicate well
    with each other, it could make success great honor in jazz music history.

    R.I.P. Jimmy Cobb

    -by Taeyong Lee

  • MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS - MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS EVER

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    MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS - MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS EVER
    MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS - MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS EVER
    MILES DAVIS GREATEST HITS - MILES DAVIS BEST SONGS EVER


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  • MILES DAVIS -- Flamenco Sketches vinyl

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    Kind of Blue, 1959
    MFSL 2015 reissue, 2 X 45 RPM discs.

  • Robben Ford AMAZING SOLO at Miles Davis Montreux 1986 concert

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