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8 thoughts on “ Confirmation - Miles Davis - Jazz Poem (CD)

  1. Apr 21,  · Legendary jazz trumpeter Miles Davis recorded the second and final session of his seminal album Kind of Blue on April 22nd, It remains the best-selling jazz album of all time. Its unforgettable solos by Davis, tenor saxophonist John Coltrane, alto saxophonist Cannonball Adderley, and pianist Bill Evans create an ethereal atmosphere; the.
  2. The Most Successful Jazz Album Ever Made Despite the quick and improvisational manner in which it was composed and recorded, “Kind of Blue” has become one of the blueprints for jazz. It is often cited as a great introduction to jazz as it is extremely beautiful and listenable while embracing the tenets of experimental free jazz.
  3. Aug 06,  · Psymun: You guys said that you came up with the concept after 2 or 3 songs of starting this one. I feel like listening to this album, everyone can have their own interpretations, but specifically why Miles Davis? Obviously, there are plenty of jazz legends, and plenty of people understand the influence of Miles specifically. Even on the project, you say somewhere you, “Always plan on having.
  4. Miles Davis began playing modal tunes in the late s; Coltrane, of course, was there, and together they made the first great extended statement of modal jazz, Kind of Blue. A Love Supreme stands right with that work. If you can own only two jazz albums, these two are the ones to go for; if you have room for only one Coltrane album, this one.
  5. May 24,  · Miles Dewey Davis III moved to New York City in September of as a teenager and spent most of his eccentric 65 years in Manhattan. This Missing: Confirmation.
  6. Very few albums can match this Miles Davis's classic, often considered the greatest album in the history of jazz. Backed by an exquisite combo, this is an essential recording even for those who don't listen to jazz. With Davis himself on trumpet, Julian "Cannonball" Adderley on alto saxophone, John Coltrane on tenor saxophone, Wynton Kelly.
  7. Jazz album: “Miles Davis” by Miles Davis, released in on Deagostini. Explore the largest collection of jazz recordings @ All About Jazz We sent a confirmation message to. Look for it, then click the link to activate your account. If you don’t see the email in your inbox, check your spam, bulk or promotions folder.

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