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  • The Best Of Miles Davis

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    Tracklist:
    01 - 00:00 - So What
    02 - 09:21 - Ascenseur pour l'échaffaud
    03 - 12:04 - Summertime
    04 - 15:22 - Blue in Green
    05 - 21:01 - Bird of Paradise
    06 - 24:21 - Boplicity
    07 - 27:14 - Embreacable You
    08 - 31:03 - Flamenco Scetches
    09 - 40:29 - Freddie Freeloader
    10 - 50:09 - Godchild
    11 - 53:20 - Half Nelson
    12 - 56:09 - Hallucinations
    13 - 58:44 - A Night in Tunisia
    14 - 01:01:50 - Israel
    15 - 01:04:08 - It Never Entered My Mind
    16 - 01:09:34 - Miles Ahead
    17 - 01:14:04 - Ornitholgy
    18 - 01:17:05 - Rouge
    19 - 01:20:20 - Round Midnight
    20 - 01:22:51 - Venus de Milo

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  • Miles Davis - So What

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  • Miles Davis - So What

    9:24

    Music video by Miles Davis performing So What (Audio). Originally released 1959. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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  • Miles Davis - Best of

    9:44:32

    Listen to the 100 greatest songs by the New Bird, the most influential jazz trumpeter Miles Davis!
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    1. So What : 00:00
    2. Freedie Freeloader : 09:04
    3. Blue In Green : 18:38
    4. All Blues : 24:02
    5. Flamenco Sketches : 35:32
    6. Bags' Groove (Take 1) : 44:56
    7. Bags' Groove (Take 2) : 56:08
    8. Bemsha Swing : 01:05:29
    9. The Man I Love (Take 1) : 01:14:57
    10. The Man I Love (Take 2) : 01:23:02
    11. Swing Spring : 01:30:57
    12. Will You Still Be Mine ? : 01:41:39
    13. I See Your Face Before Me : 01:47:58
    14. I Didn't : 01:52:41
    15. A Gal In Calico : 01:58:43
    16. A Night in Tunisia : 02:03:56
    17. Green Haze : 02:11:14
    18. Yesterdays : 02:17:02
    19. Walkin' : 02:20:45
    20. Blue 'N' Boogie : 02:34:11
    21. Solar : 02:42:28
    22. You Don't Know What Love Is : 02:47:09
    23. Love Me or Leave Me : 02:51:30
    24. I'll Remember April : 02:58:26
    25. Générique : 03:06:18
    26. L'assassinat de Carala : 03:09:07
    27. Sur l'autoroute : 03:11:18
    28. Julien dans l'ascenseur : 03:13:35
    29. Florence sur les Champs-Elysées : 03:15:50
    30. Dîner mortel : 03:18:42
    31. Morpheus : 03:22:40
    32. Down : 03:25:01
    33. Blue Room (Take 1) : 03:27:52
    34. Blue Room (Take 2) : 03:30:40
    35. Whispering : 03:33:41
    36. I Know : 03:36:44
    37. Hibeck : 03:39:15
    38. Odjenar : 03:42:20
    39. Ezz-Thetic : 03:45:12
    40. Conception : 03:48:03
    41. Bluing : 03:52:04
    42. Dig : 04:01:57
    43. Out of the Blue : 04:09:29
    44. Denial : 04:15:43
    45. My Old Flame : 04:21:22
    46. It's Only a Paper Moon : 04:27:55
    47. Compulsion : 04:33:18
    48. The Serpent's Tooth (Take1) : 04:39:01
    49. The Serpent's Tooth (Take2) : 04:46:01
    50. Round About Midnight : 04:52:17
    51. Tasty Pudding : 04:59:21
    52. Willie the Wailer : 05:02:42
    53. Floppy : 05:07:08
    54. For Adults Only : 05:13:09
    55. Miles Ahead : 05:18:43
    56. When Lights Are Low : 05:23:11
    57. Tune Up : 05:26:36
    58. Smooch : 05:30:28
    59. Four : 05:33:31
    60. Old Devil Moon : 05:37:32
    61. Blue Haze : 05:40:54
    62. Airegin : 05:47:01
    63. Oleo : 05:51:58
    64. Doxy : 05:57:08
    65. But Not for Me (Take 1) : 06:02:00
    66. But Not for Me (Take 2) : 06:07:42
    67. Dr Jackle : 06:12:17
    68. Minor March : 06:21:08
    69. Changes : 06:29:22
    70. In Your Own Sweet Way : 06:36:32
    71. No Line : 06:41:07
    72. Vierd Bues : 06:46:46
    73. Stablemates : 06:53:37
    74. How Am I to Know ? : 06:58:55
    75. Just Squeeze Me : 07:03:33
    76. The Theme : 07:10:57
    77. There Is No Greater Love : 07:16:44
    78. S' Posin' : 07:22:01
    79. It Could Happen to You : 07:27:14
    80. Diane : 07:33:47
    81. Trane's Blues : 07:41:34
    82. Something I Dreamed Last Night : 07:50:00
    83. Surrey With the Fringe On Top : 07:56:13
    84. Ahmad's Blues : 08:05:15
    85. Salt Peanuts : 08:12:34
    86. Woodyn' You : 08:18:41
    87. It Never Enterd My Mind : 08:23:33
    88. When I Fall In Love : 08:28:55
    89. Four (Take 2) : 08:33:16
    90. The Theme (Take 2) : 08:40:27
    91. If I Were a Bell : 08:41:31
    92. Well, You Needn't : 08:49:39
    93. Round About Midnight (Take 2) : 08:55:55
    94. Half Nelson : 09:01:13
    95. You're My Everything : 09:05:58
    96. Blues By Five : 09:10:45
    97. I Could Write a Book : 09:20:42
    98. Tune Up (Take 2) : 09:25:49
    99. When Lights Are Low (Take 2) : 09:31:31
    100. My Funny Valentine : 09:39:00


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  • Blue in Green by. Miles Davis

    5:38

    Another song from Kind of Blue

  • Miles Davis - Burn

    7:11

    Miles Davis performs 'Burn' at Amnesty International.

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  • Bye Bye Blackbird- Miles Davis

    7:58

    Miles Davis playing the trumpet

  • Miles Davis - Jojo - Arsenio Hall Show - w/ Interview - 1989

    12:17

    (HQ) Miles Davis performs Jojo ( w/ Kenny Garrett on Alto sax and Foley on bass) on the Arsenio Hall Show on June 14th, 1989. Includes interview.

  • Miles Davis - I Fall in Love Too Easily

    6:47

    From 1963 album Seven Steps to Heaven

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  • Miles Davis - Relaxin with the Miles Davis Quintet - Classic Jazz Music

    35:07

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    Miles Davis - Relaxin' with the Miles Davis Quintet (1958)

    00:00 If i Were a Bell (1956)
    08:12 You're My Everything (1956)
    12:55 I Could Write a Book (1956)
    18:01 Oleo (Alternate Take) (1956)
    23:49 It Could Happen to You (1956)
    30:15 Woody'n You (1956)

    Miles Dewey Davis III (May 26, 1926 – September 28, 1991) was an American jazz trumpeter, bandleader, and composer. He is among the most influential and acclaimed figures in the history of jazz and 20th century music. With his ever-changing directions in music, Davis was at the forefront of a number of major stylistic developments in jazz over his five-decade career.
    Born and raised in Illinois, Davis began performing in 1940s New York with saxophonist Charlie Parker before recording the Birth of the Cool sessions for Capitol Records, which were instrumental to the development of cool jazz. In the early 1950s, he 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. 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). The latter featured harmonies developed by pianist Bill Evans and was an innovative work in the emerging modal jazz style, eventually becoming arguably the most popular jazz album ever.
    Davis made several line-up changes while recording Someday My Prince Will Come (1961), his Blackhawk concerts, and Seven Steps to Heaven (1963), another mainstream success that introduced bassist Ron Carter, pianist Herbie Hancock, and drummer Tony Williams. After adding saxophonist Wayne Shorter to his new quintet in 1964, 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), before transitioning into his electric period. During the 1970s, he radically experimented with rock, funk, African rhythms, emerging electronic music technology, and an ever-changing lineup of musicians, including keyboardist Joe Zawinul, drummer Al Foster, and guitarist John McLaughlin. This period, beginning with Davis' 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. His million-selling 1970 record Bitches Brew helped spark a resurgence in the genre's commercial popularity with jazz fusion as the decade progressed.
    After a five-year retirement due to poor health, Davis returned to recording new music and performing live in the early 1980s, which found him employing younger musicians and pop music sounds on albums such as The Man with the Horn (1981) and Tutu (1986). Critics were generally unreceptive but the decade garnered Davis his highest level of commercial recognition, as he performed sold-out concerts worldwide while branching out into visual arts, film, and television work, before his death in 1991. In 2006, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, which recognized him as one of the key figures in the history of jazz. Rolling Stone described Davis as the most revered jazz trumpeter of all time, not to mention one of the most important musicians of the 20th century, while Gerald Lyn Early called him inarguably one of the most influential and innovative musicians of that period.
    FROM WIKIPEDIA:
    Relaxin' with the Miles Davis Quintet is an album recorded in 1956 by Miles Davis. Two sessions on 11 May 1956 and 26 October in the same year resulted in four albums—this one, Steamin' with the Miles Davis Quintet, Workin' with the Miles Davis Quintet and Cookin' with the Miles Davis Quintet. These four albums are considered to be among the best performances in the whole hard bop subgenre. The album was remastered by Rudy Van Gelder in 2005 for Prestige Records. This album includes dialogue snippets taken from the original master reel. It also emphasizes the Miles Davis' concentrated ballad-style playing with his medium-register trumpet.
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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 Quintet Live at Teatro dellArte in Milan, Italy on October 11, 1964

    59:54

    Trumpet: Miles Davis
    Saxophone: Wayne Shorter
    Piano: Herbie Hancock
    Bass: Ron Carter
    Drums: Tony Williams

    Sunday, October 11, 1964
    Teatro dell'Arte
    Milan, Italy

  • Miles Davis - Milestones

    5:43

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  • Miles Davis - Bye Bye Blackbird

    7:58

    Bye Bye Blackbird

    Album:
    'Round About Midnight (1957)

    Written by:
    Ray Henderson

    Personnel:
    Miles Davis — trumpet
    John Coltrane — tenor saxophone
    Red Garland — piano
    Paul Chambers — bass
    Philly Joe Jones — drums

  • Miles Davis - Moon Dreams

    3:21

    Miles Davis’s Official Video for “Moon Dreams” from the Birth Of The Cool album. Get the Remastered Version of The Complete Birth Of The Cool:

    In honor of the 70th anniversary of Miles Davis’s legendary debut, Birth Of The Cool, Universal Music Enterprises in association with Ingenuity Studios has created a never-made interpretation of “Moon Dreams.” This groundbreaking work of art, influenced by Miles Davis’s own sketches, imagines a night in New York City through every era of jazz.

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    Music video by Miles Davis performing Moon Dreams. © 2019 UMG Recordings, Inc., Courtesy of Capitol Records, LLC under license from Universal Music Enterprises

  • Miles Davis - Smoke gets in your eyes

    6:44

    Enjoy!

  • Miles Davis - Bags Groove 1957

    46:16

    Classic Davis Quintet and Davis All Stars, contains Bags' Groove takes 1 and 2 with Milton 'Bags' Jackson on vibes and Thelonious Monk on piano. Recorded on June 29, 1954 (Side B) and December 24, 1954 (Side A) and engineered by the legendary Rudy Van Gelder, great stuff indeed.

    Please see below for full personnel.

    A1 Bags' Groove (Take 1)
    Piano – Thelonious Monk
    Vibraphone – Milt Jackson

    A2 Bags' Groove (Take 2)
    Piano – Thelonious Monk
    Vibraphone – Milt Jackson

    B1 Airegin

    B2 Oleo

    B3 But Not For Me (Take 2)

    B4 Doxy

    B5 But Not For Me (Take 1)


    Personnel:

    Bass – Percy Heath

    Drums – Kenny Clarke

    Piano – Horace Silver (tracks: B1 to B5)

    Tenor Saxophone – Sonny Rollins (tracks: B1 to B5)

    Trumpet – Miles Davis

  • Miles Davis - Human Nature - The last performance- Vienne 1991 LIVE HD

    18:34

    Miles Davis - Human Nature - The last performance- au Théâtre Antique de Vienne le 1er Juillet 1991 - LIVE HD

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  • Summertime - Miles Davis

    3:17

    Vinyl, 7”, 45 RPM, France - 1966
    CBS — EP 6141 . . . . . (720p)
    Taken from PORGY AND BESS - Miles DAVIS (with the Gil Evans Orchestra)
    /Summertime - It ain’t necessarily so -
    There’s a Boat that’s living soon for New York/

    Miles Davis - Porgy And Bess (1966) full 7”:


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  • Autumn Leaves - Miles Davis

    10:59

    Mi favorite song of Miles.

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  • Miles Davis - Addicted to Heroin

    2:40

    Music video by Miles Davis performing Addicted to Heroin. (C) 2001 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

  • Miles Davis - Sketches of Spain

    42:01

    Track listing:
    Concierto de Aranjuez (Adagio) - 00:00
    Will o' the Wisp - 16:24
    The Pan Piper (a.k.a. Alborada de Vigo) - 20:18
    Saeta - 24:18
    Solea - 29:30

  • Miles Davis - Time After Time

    9:58

    Live Under The Sky 1985
    Live At Yomiuri Land Open Theatre East, Tokyo, Japan
    28th, July

    Time After Time by Rob Hyman, Cyndi Lauper
    First release by Cyndi Lauper - 1983
    Recorder by Miles Davis Youre Under Arrest Album

    You're Under Arrest is a 1985 album that saw Miles mix pop tunes with political statements about racism, pollution and war. Among other tracks, the album featured Davis' interpretations of two contemporary pop songs: Cyndi Laupers Time After Time and Michael Jacksons Human Natute.

    During the recording sessions, Darryl Jones (A/K/A The Munch: Bass) introduced Sting to his longtime idol Miles Davis. Sting was startled when Davis asked him if he could speak French, and since he did, to translate the Miranda Warning into French and yell it into the microphone against a backing track.

    Miranda Warning is a warning given by police in the United States to criminal suspects in police custody, or in a custodial situation, before they are interrogated : You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed to you. Do you understand these rights as they have been read to you?

    The Miranda warnings were mandated by the 1966 United States Supreme Court decision in the case of Miranda v. Arizona as a means of protecting a criminal suspect's Fifth Amendment right to avoid coercive self-incrimination (see right to silence). The reading of the Miranda warning might be omitted during arrest, such as if the evidence is already sufficient to indict, or if the suspect is talkative and volunteers information (without being asked). The admissibility of conversations, as evidence, is judged on a case-by-case basis, subject to appeal.

  • Miles Davis & John Coltrane - Kind of blue

    5:39

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    Miles Dewey Davis III (May 26, 1926 September 28, 1991) was an American jazz trumpeter, bandleader, and composer.

    Widely considered one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century, Davis was at the forefront of almost every major development in jazz from World War II to the 1990s: he played on various early bebop records and recorded one of the first cool jazz records; he was partially responsible for the development of hard bop and modal jazz, and both jazz-funk and jazz fusion arose from his work with other musicians in the late 1960s and early 1970s; and his final album blended jazz and rap. Many leading jazz musicians made their names in Davis's groups, including pianist Herbie Hancock, saxophonist John Coltrane, saxophonist Kenny Garrett, and guitarist John McLaughlin.

    As a trumpeter, Davis had a pure, round sound but also an unusual freedom of articulation and pitch. He was known for favoring a low register and relatively sparse playing that served the song rather than display flashy playing, but Davis was also capable of highly complex and technically demanding trumpet work.

    On March 13, 2006 Davis was posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He has also been inducted into the St. Louis Walk of Fame, Big Band and Jazz Hall of Fame, and Down Beat's Jazz Hall of Fame.

  • Miles Davis - Ascenseur pour léchafaud - Lift to the Gallows

    26:16

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    Tracklisting:
    00:00 - Générique
    2:53 - L'assassinat de Carala
    5:04 - Sur l'autoroute
    7:24 - Julien dans l'ascenseur
    9:37 - Florence sur les Champs-Élysées
    12:29 - Dîner au motel
    16:27 - Évasion de Julien
    17:21 - Visite du vigile
    19:26 - Au bar du Petit Bac
    22:20 - Chez le photographe du motel

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  • Miles Davis - Workin with the Miles Davis Quintet - Relaxing Jazz Music

    41:25

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    Miles Davis - Workin' with the Miles Davis Quintet (1959)

    00:00 It Never Entered My Mind (1956)
    05:18 Four (1956)
    12:25 In your Own Sweet Way (1956)
    18:02 The Theme I (1956)
    19:56 Trane's Blues (1956)
    28:22 Ahmad's Blues (1956)
    35:41 Half Nelson (1956)
    40:22 The Theme II (1956)

    Miles Dewey Davis III (May 26, 1926 – September 28, 1991) was an American jazz trumpeter, bandleader, and composer. He is among the most influential and acclaimed figures in the history of jazz and 20th century music. With his ever-changing directions in music, Davis was at the forefront of a number of major stylistic developments in jazz over his five-decade career.
    Born and raised in Illinois, Davis began performing in 1940s New York with saxophonist Charlie Parker before recording the Birth of the Cool sessions for Capitol Records, which were instrumental to the development of cool jazz. In the early 1950s, he 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. 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). The latter featured harmonies developed by pianist Bill Evans and was an innovative work in the emerging modal jazz style, eventually becoming arguably the most popular jazz album ever.
    Davis made several line-up changes while recording Someday My Prince Will Come (1961), his Blackhawk concerts, and Seven Steps to Heaven (1963), another mainstream success that introduced bassist Ron Carter, pianist Herbie Hancock, and drummer Tony Williams. After adding saxophonist Wayne Shorter to his new quintet in 1964, 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), before transitioning into his electric period. During the 1970s, he radically experimented with rock, funk, African rhythms, emerging electronic music technology, and an ever-changing lineup of musicians, including keyboardist Joe Zawinul, drummer Al Foster, and guitarist John McLaughlin. This period, beginning with Davis' 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. His million-selling 1970 record Bitches Brew helped spark a resurgence in the genre's commercial popularity with jazz fusion as the decade progressed.
    After a five-year retirement due to poor health, Davis returned to recording new music and performing live in the early 1980s, which found him employing younger musicians and pop music sounds on albums such as The Man with the Horn (1981) and Tutu (1986). Critics were generally unreceptive but the decade garnered Davis his highest level of commercial recognition, as he performed sold-out concerts worldwide while branching out into visual arts, film, and television work, before his death in 1991. In 2006, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, which recognized him as one of the key figures in the history of jazz. Rolling Stone described Davis as the most revered jazz trumpeter of all time, not to mention one of the most important musicians of the 20th century, while Gerald Lyn Early called him inarguably one of the most influential and innovative musicians of that period.
    FROM WIKIPEDIA:
    Workin' with the Miles Davis Quintet is an album recorded in 1956 by Miles Davis. Two sessions on May 11, 1956 and October 26 in the same year resulted in four albums—this one, Relaxin' with the Miles Davis Quintet, Steamin' with the Miles Davis Quintet and Cookin' with the Miles Davis Quintet. Track 2 is a composition written for Davis by Eddie Vinson (see Blue Haze for more details). Trane's Blues (also known as Vierd Blues, a tongue-in-cheek reference to Blue Note founder Francis Wolff's heavily accented verdict on it), also credited to Davis, is in fact a John Coltrane composition (originally titled John Paul Jones, and from an earlier session led by bassist Paul Chambers; before the closing statement of theme, Coltrane and Davis play a bit of Charlie Parker's The Hymn). Paul Chambers plays a cello bassline on Half Nelson.
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  • human nature- miles davis

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    Nouveau projet 1

  • Miles Davis - Spanish Key

    17:35

    Miles Davis - Spanish Key
    From the album Bitches Brew
    Columbia Records 1970

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  • Miles Davis - Fantasy

    4:39

    Miles Davis - Fantasy from the album Doo-Bop.


    I do not own this song. ^_^

  • Miles Davis Quintet - It Never Entered My Mind

    5:31

    Miles Davis Quintet - It Never Entered My Mind (1956)

    Personnel: Miles Davis (trumpet), John Coltrane (tenor sax), Red Garland (piano), Paul Chambers (bass), Philly Joe Jones (drums)

    from the album 'WORKIN' WITH THE MILES DAVIS QUINTET' (Prestige Records)

  • Miles Davis - In a Silent Way - 1969

    38:01

    Miles Davis - In a Silent Way - 1969

    01- Shhh / Peaceful
    02- In a Silent Way / It's about That Time

    Miles Davis – trumpet, composer
    Wayne Shorter – soprano saxophone
    John McLaughlin – electric guitar
    Chick Corea – electric piano
    Herbie Hancock – electric piano
    Joe Zawinul – organ, composer
    Dave Holland – double bass
    Tony Williams – drums


    Producer – Teo Macero
    Original Recording Engineer – Stan Tonkel

  • Miles Davis - Pinocchio

    5:32

    Recorded July 19, 1967. NYC.

    Miles Davis - trumpet
    Wayne Shorter - tenor sax
    Herbie Hancock - piano
    Ron Carter - bass
    Tony Williams - drums

  • Miles Davis - Pangaea

    1:31:25

    Personnel:
    Bass (Fender) – Michael Henderson
    Congas, Percussion, Drums (Water Drums), Drum Machine (Rhythm Box) – Mtume
    Drums – Al Foster
    Guitar – Reggie Lucas
    Guitar, Synthesizer, Percussion – Pete Cosey
    Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Flute – Sonny Fortune
    Trumpet, Organ – Miles Davis


    Released: 1976
    Recorded: Recorded live at Osaka Festival Hall, Japan, Evening, February 1, 1975.
    Engineer – Tomoo Suzuki


    Label: COLUMBIA
    Producer: Teo Macero


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    Disc 1 - Zimbabwe 0:00
    Disc 2 - Gondwana 41:43




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  • Miles Davis - Big Fun

    1:38:51

    Bass – Dave Holland (tracks: C, D), Michael Henderson (tracks: B), Ron Carter (tracks: A)
    Bass (Fender) – Harvey Brooks (tracks: A, D)
    Clarinet – Bennie Maupin (tracks: A, B, D)
    Drums – Al Foster (tracks: B), Billy Cobham (tracks: A, D), Billy Hart (tracks: B), Jack DeJohnette (tracks: C, D)
    Electric Guitar – John McLaughlin (tracks: A, C)
    Electric Piano – Chick Corea (tracks: A, C), Herbie Hancock (tracks: A), Joe Zawinul (tracks: D)
    Flute – Bennie Maupin (tracks: B), Sonny Fortune (tracks: B)
    Organ (Farfisa) – Joe Zawinul (tracks: D)
    Percussion – Airto Moreira (tracks: A, D)
    Percussion (African) – James Mtume (tracks: B)
    Piano – Harold Ivory Williams (tracks: B), Lonnie Smith (tracks: C)
    Saxophone – Carlos Garnett (tracks: B), Sonny Fortune (tracks: B), Steve Grossman (tracks: C), Wayne Shorter (tracks: D)
    Sitar (Electric) – Bihari Sharma (tracks: A), Khalil Balakrishna (tracks: A, D)
    Soprano Saxophone – Steve Grossman (tracks: A)
    Tabla – Badal Roy (tracks: B)

    Recorded: November 19, 28, 1969;
    February 6, 1970; March 3, 1970; and June 12, 1972
    Studio: Columbia Studios B and E, New York City

    Producer: Teo Macero


    A Great Expectations 0:00
    B Ife 27:24
    C Go Ahead John 49:00
    D Lonely Fire 1:17:27


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  • Miles Davis - The Doo Bop Song

    5:03

    Miles Davis - The Doo Bop Song from the album Doo-Bop

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  • Tutu Miles Davis

    5:53

    Miles Davis with Marcus Miller.

  • Miles Davis - I Waited for You

    3:28

    Miles Davis - tromba
    Jackie McLean - sassofono contralto
    J.J. Johnson - trombone
    Gil Coggins - pianoforte
    Oscar Pettiford - contrabbasso
    Kenny Clarke - batteria

  • Miles Davis angry at Herbie Hancock

    18

    Don't mess with Miles while he is improvising!

    This excerpt is extracted from minute 40:44 of the Miles Davis Quintet Live at Teatro dell'Arte in Milan, Italy on October 11, 1964.

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  • Miles Davis - All of You

    7:04

    All of You

    Album:
    'Round About Midnight (1957)

    Written by:
    Cole Porter

    Personnel:
    Miles Davis — trumpet
    John Coltrane — tenor saxophone
    Red Garland — piano
    Paul Chambers — bass
    Philly Joe Jones — drums

  • Miles Davis - On The Corner - full album

    54:53

    On the Corner is a studio album by jazz musician Miles Davis, recorded in June and July 1972 and released later that year on Columbia Records.

    Track list:
    1. On the Corner/New York Girl/Thinkin' One Thing and Doin' Another/Vote for Miles - 0:00
    2. Black Satin - 19:58
    3. One and One - 25:19
    4. Helen Butte/Mr. Freedom X - 31:30

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  • The New Miles Davis Quintet ‎– Miles

    34:04

    Bass – Paul Chambers
    Drums – Philly Joe Jones
    Piano – Red Garland
    Tenor Saxophone – John Coltrane
    Trumpet – Miles Davis



    Recorded- November 16, 1955,
    Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey


    Engineer – Rudy van Gelder

    Supervised By (Supervision) – Bob Weinstock




    A1 Just Squeeze Me 0:00
    A2 There Is No Greater Love 7:29
    A3 How Am I To Know? 12:51
    B1 S'Posin 17:32
    B2 The Theme 22:49
    B3 Stablemates 28:42




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  • Miles-Davis Montreux 1986

    1:48:58

  • Kind of Blue: How Miles Davis Changed Jazz

    10:41

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  • MILES DAVIS

    45:51

    (*60 years)

    Kind of Blue has been regarded by many critics as the greatest jazz record, Davis's masterpiece, and one of the best albums of all time. Its influence on music, including jazz, rock, and classical genres, has led writers to also deem it one of the most influential albums ever recorded. The album was one of fifty recordings chosen in 2002 by the Library of Congress to be added to the National Recording Registry, and in 2003 it was ranked number 12 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.

    Track listing:

    So What (Miles Davis) 0:00
    Freddie Freeloader (Miles Davis) 8:54
    Blue in Green (Davis, Bill Evans) 18:38
    All Blues (Miles Davis) 24:16
    Flamenco Sketches (Miles Davis, Bill Evans) 35:55

    Personnel

    Miles Davis – trumpet
    Julian Cannonball Adderley – alto sax (except on Blue in Green)
    John Coltrane – tenor saxophone
    Bill Evans – piano (except on Freddie Freeloader)
    Wynton Kelly – piano (on Freddie Freeloader)
    Paul Chambers – double bass
    Jimmy Cobb – drums

    Released August 17, 1959
    Recorded March 2 and April 22, 1959
    Studio Columbia 30th Street Studio in New York City
    Label Columbia
    Producer Irving Townsend

  • Miles Davis - Stella by Starlight

    4:45

  • So What/Miles Davis-Paul Chambers Transcription. Transcribed by Carles Margarit

    9:45

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    Miles Davis:Trumpet
    Cannonball Adderley: Alto Sax
    John Coltrane: Tenor Sax
    Bill Evans: Piano
    Paul Chambers: Bass
    Jimmy Cobb: Drum Set

  • Harvard Lecture #1: ‘The Wisdom Of Miles Davis’

    1:10:13

  • Miles Davis - Hannibal - LIVE 1991

    11:56

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  • Miles Davis - Tutu

    17:25

    From the mid-fifties to his death in the early nineties, Miles Davis was universally recognised as one of the most innovative musicians working in Jazz. He was also one of the most popular with his albums regularly breaking into the pop charts and he picked up a total of eight Grammy Awards. He also launched the careers of many jazz musicians including Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Chick Corea, Billy Cobham, John McLaughlin and many more. This concert, filmed in Munich in 1987, followed the release of his Grammy Award winning album Tutu and the set list features two tracks from that record, the title track and Portia, plus his unique arrangements of Michael Jackson's Human Nature and Cyndi Lauper's Time After Time.


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  • Miles Davis - Yardbird Suite

    3:13

    Miles Davis - Yardbird Suite
    From The Album: Ornithology

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    This album features Miles Davis along with many other Jazz legends (Charlie Parker, Lucky Thompson, Arvin Garrison, Victor McMillan, Tommy Potter, Dodo Mamarosa, Duke Jordan, Max Roach, Roy Porter) performing many of the songs he's known best for.


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