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Rays Idea (Alternative Take) - Miles Davis - Volume 2

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  • Moogumi
    Blue Period () Bluing Blue Room Out Of The Blue Dig () Dig It's Only A Paper Moon Denial Bluing Out Of The Blue 12" reissue bonus tracks Conception My Old Flame Miles Davis Volume 1 () Dear Old Stockholm Chance It Donna Woody 'N' You Yesterdays How Deep Is The Ocean? Chance It (alternate take) Donna (alternate take) Woody 'N' You (alternate take) Take Off Lazy .

    22.02.2020 at 06:01 Reply

  • Shakazahn
    Miles Davis (Miles Dewey Davis III, Alton, Illinois, May 26, – Santa Monica, California, September 28, ) was an American trumpeter, bandleader and country.fivegallonbucket.netinfo 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 bebop, cool jazz, hard bop, modal jazz.

    28.02.2020 at 05:21 Reply

  • Tudal
    Davis Volume 2 is the title of a Miles Davis album released by Blue Note Records. The recording was made at a point in Davis' life when he was struggling with heroin addiction, and in his autobiography Davis remembers that he, Jimmy Heath, and Art Blakey were all very high in the studio.

    26.02.2020 at 17:04 Reply

  • Sanris
    Although the number of selections are quite small (six different tunes, five of which have its alternate take), the quality of playing is strong in every way. Miles and the boys play through those tricky triplets in "Ray's Idea" very cleanly. The two ballads, "Enigma" and "I Waited for You," again show Miles' marvelous tender side.5/5(2).

    01.03.2020 at 21:56 Reply

  • Nern
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Miles Davis All Stars, Vol. 2 - Miles Davis on AllMusic - /

    22.02.2020 at 05:53 Reply

  • Daihn
    Dec 26,  · Miles Davis – Volume 1 & Volume 2 2 LPs, 23 tracks, an hour and a half of music, 3 sessions spread over 3 years. These recordings constitute the entire output of Miles Davis on Blue Note with exception of his later, Columbia-era session with Cannonball Adderley, Somethin' Else in /5().

    26.02.2020 at 22:42 Reply