| Genre || Jazz || || || |
| Style || Contemporary Jazz || || || |
| Record Size || 12" || || || |
| Duration || LP || || || |
| Special Attributes || Limited Edition || Remastered || Special Edition || |
| Record Label || COLUMBIA & FANTASY RECORDS || || || |
| Release Year || LATE 90'S || || || |
| Country/Region of Manufacture || United States || || || |
| Speed || 33 RPM || || || |
MILES DAVIS COLLECTION: ALL OUT OF PRINT EDITIONS FROM ORIGINAL LABELS PRESSED FROM THE 80'S TO EARLY 2000'S - THIS COLLECTION STARTS WITH GREATEST HITS - MILES & COLTRANE - MILES AND MONK LIVE AT NEWPORT - ROUND ABOUT MIDNIGHT & E.S.P - FIVE RARE SEALED SONY COLUMBIA RECORDS LP'S
PLUS FOUR FANTASY RECORDS RELEASES - WORKIN WITH MILES DAVIS QUINTET - THE NEW MILES DAVIS QUINTET - BAGS GROOVE WITH MILT JACKSON & BLUE HAZE
TOTAL OF 9 LP'S WITHIN THIS SET AND THIS IS A ONE TIME ONLY OFFER - ONCE SOLD GONE FOREVER.
Factory Sealed Limited Edition classic LP high-definition Virgin Vinyl pressing for superior fidelity from the Analog Masters some digitally remastered from analog tapes. The nicest thing you can do for your stylus and your ears. The ultimate record -- the way music was meant to be heard.
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FANTASY RECORDS ISSUES
BLUE HAZE FANTASY RECORDS OJC-093 1984 ISSUE - This potpourri of Davis-led small combos is an indicator of the kind of important playing he was doing in the years leading up to his famous "comeback" in 1955. But if the majority of the critics were asleep on Miles, the musicians were not. These recordings went a long way toward entrenching him as an influence. The pianists are John Lewis, Horace Silver and, on his own composition "Smooch," Charles Mingus. The drummers are the trinity of bebop: Max Roach, Art Blakey and Kenny Clarke; the bassist throughout is Percy Heath; and on "I'll Remember April," the alto saxophonist is Davey Schildkraut, once mistaken for Charlie Parker by Mingus in a "Blindfold Test."
I'll Remember April
Old Devil Moon
When Lights Are Low
MILES DAVIS MILT JACKSON SONNY ROLLINS Bags Groove 1986 FANTASY RECORDS RELEASE OJC-245
More than 30 years ago Miles Davis recorded this music in the company of such other giants as Milt Jackson, Thelonious Monk, Kenny Clarke, Percy Heath, Sonny Rollins, and Horace Silver. Today the music they made is regarded as classic, Bags Groove in two versions, is perfect illustration of the improvisary process, and the various delights that can develop from time to time; the date with Rollins reveals his development toward major status. It is hard to believe that having heard these 1954 recordings, the critics could have called Davis's triumph at the Newport Jazz Festival in 1955 a comeback.
But Not For Me
But Not For Me
THE NEW MILES DAVIS QUINTET - 1982 PRESTIGE RECORDS RELEASE OJC-006 PRESSED IN GERMANY
This is the first LP to be issued featuring the Miles Davis Quintet — a group that was to become one of the most influential small bands of the Fifties. It also introduced John Coltrane to the jazz public, launching him on his significant career. Davis’ singular mastery with a mute, exemplified on The Musings of Miles, is further emphasized, as is Red Garland’s penchant for picking “new” old standards for Miles.
Just Squeeze Me
There Is No Greater Love
How Am I To Know?
WORKIN WITH MILES DAVIS QUINTET - 1987 REMASTERED BY PHIL DE LANCE FANTASY RECORDS OJC-296 RELEASE
Undeniably one of the best small bands in the history of jazz, the Miles Davis quintet of the mid-1950s made history at the Cafe Bohemia on Manhattan's Barrow Street and in the New Jersey studio of Rudy Van Gelder for Prestige. This is the 3rd in a series of four LPs taped in two marathon studio sessions, done in the style of sets at the Bohemia, producing music of high energy and immediacy. This is a mix of standards and originals, up-tempos and ballads, and a trio number, "Ahmad's Blues." Miles is the sole survivor of this quintet but the music made in the mid-50's period will live forever. The excitement of the emerging John Coltrane; the informed, melodic swing of Red Garland; the tremendous snap and pop of the rhythm trio of Garland, Paul Chambers and Philly Joe Jones, and Miles' poignancy and intense swing. Recording engineered by Rudy Van Gelder.
It Never Entered My Mind
In Your Own Sweet Way
The Theme (take 1)
The Theme (take 2)
COLUMBIA/SONY RECORDS ISSUES
Miles Davis greatest hits COLUMBIA RECORDS PC-9808 - pioneered (at least) five entirely different periods/styles of jazz during his career. He was on the cutting edge of be-bop, playing with Charlie Parker. He was literally present a the birth of cool jazz, had an amazing series of records in the 50's, produced several cutting edge big band works with Gil Evans (Sketches of Spain being the most famous), had a second great band in the early 60's, and was again present at the birth of jazz-rock fusion.
No one albumn has ever attempted to be a "greatest Hits" covering this entire spectrum. And this is no exception. Rather, it is focused narrowly on the pre-electric, post Kind of Blue, period from the mid-50's to the early, pre-electric 60's.
While it is impossible to consider this albumn a real "greatest hits" package, as it completely ignores most of Miles' great hits, it is a wonderful, accessible introduction to what many would consider the most productive 15 years in the middle of Miles' long career.
Start here. Just don't stop here. There is so much more!
SEVEN STEPS TO HEAVEN
SOMEDAY MY PRINCE WILL COME
MY FUNNY VALENTINE
MILES DAVIS E.S.P - COLUMBIA RECORDS PC 9150
The supple rhythm section--powerhouse drummer Tony Williams and bassist Ron Carter--provide ample room for Davis, Hancock, and Shorter to explore interlocking melodies, notably on the jaunty "Eighty-One" and the sweet lullaby "Iris." On "Agitation," Williams brings the noise, grafting the rhythmic freedom of the day's free-form music to the group's tuneful and "out" playing.
Tracks include: E.S.P-. Eighty-One -. Little One -. R.J. - Agitation - Iris - Mood
ROUND ABOUT MIDNIGHT - DIGITALLY REMASTERED DIRECTLY FROM ORIGINAL ANALOG TAPES - COLUMBIA RECORDS CJ 40610 - Miles Davis's long relationship with Columbia began with the 1955-56 recordings heard here, as the trumpeter's suddenly rising career curve was consolidated after the move from the independent Prestige label. The band on this CD is the first of Davis's classic quintets, the extraordinary group with John Coltrane, pianist Red Garland, bassist Paul Chambers, and drummer Philly Joe Jones that still stands as the definitive ensemble in modern mainstream jazz. The music ranges from the smoldering emotions of Davis's distinctively muted ballad performances to the searching quality already apparent in Coltrane's keening horn, while the band's unique chemistry is apparent on "Dear Old Stockholm" and the novel counterpoint of Charlie Parker's "Ah-Leu-Cha."
1. 'Round Midnight
3. All of You
4. Bye Bye Blackbird
5. Tadd's Delight
6. Dear Old Stockholm
MILES DAVIS & JOHN COLTRANE - DIGITALLY REMASTERED DIRECTLY FROM ORIGINAL ANALOG TAPES - COLUMBIA RECORDS CJ 44052 - "This album is a MUST for any jazz library." I'll back that, and would even call it one of the great live jazz albums ever.
Not much of Miles rises for me to the level of appeal of post-bop. I don't warm to the Miles of the muted trumpet who's fond of savouring the notes, fixated on sonic textures. I'm more partial to not-so-cool, more boisterous, racier interplays and improvisation of small-combo hard-bop jazz from the mid-50s to the early 60s - the most exciting period in jazz, to me. No accident, then, that 'Trane was my big draw to this recording.
But what a find this is! The first five tracks (Ah-leu-cha; Straight, No Chaser; Fran-Dance; Two Bass Hit; Bye Bye Blackbird) are stereo recordings from a 4 July '58 show in Newport, RI. The last two (Budo; Little Melonae) are in mono, and hark to a 27 October '55, New York performance. The first set has Bill Evans doing his modal thing, along with Paul Chambers, Jimmy Cobb, Cannoball Adderley on alto sax, and Trane on tenor. The last two tracks have Red Garland on piano, not Evans, Philly Joe Jones not Cobb on drums, and there's no Cannonball adding oomph.
There's plenty of raucous hard-bop on this, plus a share of what I regard as the milder Miles - though of a very high order. On the closing 'Budo,' the mute doesn't stymie the music's pulse one bit: both 'Fran-Dance' and 'Bye Bye Blackbird' have lots to recommend them. And when the mute comes off for the other numbers, Miles sets the trumpet's talents on the wild side, and with his musical mates shows he can bop with the very best. Evans's unusual addition to the mix is also worth a close look; Coltrane's pretty much on fire here too, and as for rhythmic core Miles never got much better than Mr PC, Philly Joe and Cobb.
TRACKS ARE: 1. Ah-Leu-Cha 2. Straight No Chaser 3. Fran-Dance 4. Two Bass Hit 5. Bye Bye Blackbird 6.Little Melonae 7. Budo
MILES & MONK LIVE AT NEWPORT COLUMBIA RECORDS PC8978 - Miles Davis Sextet featuring John Coltrane & Cannonball Adderley plus Thelonious Monk & Pee Wee Russell
Miles & Monk at Newport was a combined album of a Miles Davis appearance at Newport with an appearance of Thelonious Monk, These are two different performances at two different times. Miles Davis and Thelonious Monk do not perform together on this LP.
Both sides represented live appearances at the Newport Jazz Festival
On the first side of the LP was a series of high tempo performances of bebop tunes and other staples of the Davis live repertoire from 1958. The performance was contemporaneous with Davis' Milestones album. Aside from the 1973 release Jazz at the Plaza (also a 1958 concert) during the LP era, this was the only legitimate (non-bootleg) recording of a live Davis combo performance earlier than the 1960 Blackhawk recordings. As such, this performance and Jazz at the Plaza were the only legitimate live recordings representing the Kind of Blue sextet. On the second side were a few numbers by Thelonious Monk's combo, from a 1963 Newport appearance. It featured the idiosyncratic appearance by clarinetist Pee Wee Russell.
In 1973, an expanded version of the Davis Newport performance was released as the LP Miles & Coltrane.
In the 1994 the album was released with the Davis Newport performances expanded and the Monk portion released separately on the 2CD Monk compilation Live at Newport 1963-65.
Side 1 - Davis in 1958
1. "Ah-Leu-Cha" (5:55, composed by Charlie Parker)
2. "Straight, No Chaser" (8:52, composed by Thelonious Monk)
3. "Fran-Dance" (7:08, composed by Miles Davis)
4. "Two Bass Hit" (4:19, composed by Dizzy Gillespie and John Lewis)
Side 2 - Monk in 1963
1. "Nutty" (13:57, composed by Thelonious Monk)
2. "Blue Monk" (11:18, composed by Thelonious Monk)
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