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The Miles Davis Quintet - Miles Smiles Album

The Miles Davis Quintet - Miles Smiles Album
Miles Smiles
The Miles Davis Quintet
PC 9401
MP3 album size:
1257 mb
FLAC album size:
1046 mb


1Freedom Jazz Dance
4Ginger Bread Boy


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CS 9401Miles Davis Quintet Miles Smiles ‎(LP, Album)ColumbiaCS 9401US1967
CS 9401Miles Davis Quintet Miles Smiles ‎(LP, Album, RE, 180)ColumbiaCS 9401US2014
PC 9401Miles Davis Quintet Miles Smiles ‎(LP, Album, RE)ColumbiaPC 9401US1994
BPG 62933, 62933Miles Davis Quintet Miles Smiles ‎(LP, Album, Mono)CBS, CBSBPG 62933, 62933UK1967
62933Miles Davis Quintet Miles Smiles ‎(LP)CBS62933UK1967


  • Matrix / Runout: (Side A Runout):XXSM115748-2B
  • Matrix / Runout: (Side B Runout):XSM115749-1J


Miles Davis Quintet PRLP 185 is a 10 inch LP album by Miles Davis, released in 1954 by Prestige Records. The album title is not to be confused with either of Davis' later Great Quintets. The three tracks on this LP, and one other, were recorded at Rudy Van Gelder's Studio, Hackensack, New Jersey, on April 3, 1954. This was the first session for Prestige Davis recorded at Gelder's home studio, as he would all his remaining sessions for the label. Miles: The New Miles Davis Quintet - Miles Davis. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. With their second album, Miles Smiles, the second Miles Davis Quintet really began to hit their stride, delving deeper into the more adventurous, exploratory side of their signature sound. This is clear as soon as Orbits comes crashing out the gate, but it's not just the fast, manic material that has an edge - slower, quieter numbers are mercurial, not just in how they shift melodies and chords, but how the voicing and phrasing never settles into a comfortable groove. This is music that demands attention, never taking predictable paths or easy choices. Its greatest triumph is. Album 1967 6 Songs. Miles second great quintet continued to hone their fluid approach to group improvisation. The swift rhythm changes by bassist Ron Carter and drummer Tony Williams were carried out with a soft touch, leaving Miles gorgeous, muted trumpet line to come out Circle , while saxophonist Wayne Shorters suave Footprints became a jazz standard thanks to its inclusion on the LP. Completa la tua Collezione su Miles Davis Quintet. Miles Smiles. Miles Davis - Miles Smiles 1967. To favorites 4 Download album. Listen album. Jazz Avant-Garde. Miles Davis. Songs in album Miles Davis - Miles Smiles 1967. Miles Davis - Orbits. Miles Davis - Circle. Miles Davis - Footprints. Miles Davis - Dolores. Miles Davis - Freedom Jazz Dance. Miles Davis - Gingerbread Boy. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Bass Paul Chambers Drums Philly Joe Jones Piano Red Garland Tenor Saxophone John Coltrane Trumpet Miles Davis Recorded- November 16, and Shorter of course make a formidable frontline, and Shorter is also an incredibly good composer. Much of the bands material was written by Wayne. This 1966 album is the second that Miles Second Great Quintet released, after the important, if relatively under-developed . This album took the ideas first presented on that album, and built upon them. I believe this classic, recorded over two October days, may be the Second Great Quintets best. The band had grown closer to each other musically, and meshed better as a band. The recordings from 1965 to 1968 from Miles band are probably the best around for getting fans of fusion into acoustic jazz. On Miles Smiles, despite the band leader's period of personal setbacks and health, his band is playing music which is characterized by its exploratory and expansive nature. All things considered, this is a delicately great album, both unusual and tender in its art. Another indication of the band's stellar qualities as composers and performers are each band members' solo recordings from the period during Miles' hiatus, now considered to be classics, starting from Herbie Hancock's Maiden Voyage Blue Note, 1965, Wayne Shorter's Speak no Evil and Juju Blue Note, 19. Miles Smiles is an album by jazz musician Miles Davis, released in January 1967 on Columbia Records. It was recorded by Davis and his second quintet at Columbia 30th Street Studio in New York City on October 24 and October 25, 1966. It is the second of six albums recorded by Davis's second great quintet, which featured saxophonist Wayne Shorter, pianist Herbie Hancock, bassist Ron Carter, and drummer Tony Williams