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Why Do I Love You - Miles Davis - The Real Birth Of The Cool (CD, Album)

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  1. Apr 17,  · Birth of the Cool is a compilation album by American jazz musician Miles Davis, released in on Capitol Records. It compiles eleven songs recorded by Davis's nonet for the label over the course of three sessions during and /5(K).
  2. Jul 31,  · Featuring never-before-seen archival footage, studio outtakes, and rare photos, Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool tells the story of a truly singular talent and unpacks the man behind the horn.
  3. This is a great album of Miles original Birth of the Cool album with the addition of some tunes that he made hits out of. The sound is terrific and all the different players on the different tunes make it a very enjoyable CD to listen to. Of course, this was when Miles was at his best/5(58).
  4. Yes, I have all of the tracks except the 45 rpm edit of Miles Runs The Voodoo Down () and the snag for completists, a "brand new recording featuring unreleased Miles Davis performances" called Hail To The Real Chief (), which didn't strike me as anything exceptional but you may love the sound from the final phase of his career/5(19).
  5. Aug 18,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Miles Davis - Birth of the Cool (from The Miles Davis Story) YouTube The Making of Kind of Blue () | Miles Davis - Duration: reelblack , views.
  6. Apr 08,  · With previously unreleased live material from Miles Davis’ Complete Birth Of The Cool recordings are being released on vinyl for the first time, in a new 70th anniversary edition, via Blue Note / UMe. Read more: An introduction to the electric sound of Miles Davis Davis’ seminal Birth Of The Cool was recorded in , with a group including Gerry Mulligan, Lee Konitz, Max Roach.
  7. Capitol's The Complete Birth of the Cool is a double-disc set that's separated into two halves. The first contains all 12 tracks Davis cut in the studio in January with Gil ballarnfeziussaikelv.xyzinfo second contains three radio broadcasts that the Birth of the Cool nonet performed in 10/
  8. Birth of the Cool () was actually recorded from by a very young Miles Davis and his band, featuring ‘cool’ numbers that are smooth, subtle, relaxing, yet still mildly grooving in tempo. I’ve held off on getting this album for quite some time, but I’m glad that my jazz collection now features some post-WWII cool /5().

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