The Man I Love (Take #1) - Miles Davis - Miles Davis And The Modern Jazz Giants (Vinyl, LP)

17.07.2019
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  • Miles Davis & The Modern Jazz Giants The Man I Love (Take 1 / Rudy Van Gelder Remaster) The Man I Love (Take 1 / Rudy Van Gelder Remaster) Miles Davis's album is great, but this vinyl needs to improve its quality. Sound is good, but the vinyl itself warped/5(37).
  • I love all of Miles. But the album that has gotten the most play over the years is Live at the Blackhawk Friday and Saturday Night. Wynton Kelly is phenomenal and Hank Mobley swings like crazy. Best example of Miles working band when he was still cooking.
  • Among the best jazz records ever posted on 11/27/ 5 Stars Reviewer: Greg: This is the legendary date where Miles told Monk to lay-out (stop playing) when Miles was soloing and they almost came to blows over it. The first track, The Man I Love, might very well be one of the greatest improv moments ever recorded in jazz.
  • Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Miles Davis, Vol. 1 [Jazz Classics] - Miles Davis on AllMusic.
  • In the eighteen-year-old Miles Davis first heard modern jazz — the music that changed his life — when Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie played in St. Louis as members of Billy Eckstine.
  • This release contains the complete original LP "Miles Davis and the Modern Jazz Giants" (Prestige PR ), which paired the trumpeter with pianist Thelonious Monk and vibraphonist Milt Jackson on most tracks, and with John Coltrane in a quintet version of “’Round Midnight”.
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Miles Davis And The Modern Jazz Giants on Discogs/5(48).
  • * Savoy SJL Miles Davis - First Miles * Savoy Rubberlegs Williams - That's The Stuff You Gotta Watch / Pointless Mama Blues * Savoy Rubberlegs Williams - Deep Sea Blues / Bring It On Home. Charlie Parker Rebeboppers / The Be Bop Boys. Miles Davis, trumpet; Charlie Parker, alto sax; Dizzy Gillespie, piano #; Sadik Hakim, piano #; Curly Russell, bass; Max Roach, drums.
  • Mar 26,  · Miles Davis died in , but his influence on music is still being felt. The new film Miles Ahead, produced, co-written, directed by and starring Don Cheadle, is giving a new audience a fresh.

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