Miles Davis - The Original Mono Recordings Radio Sampler mp3 album
But the latest excavation from the Miles Davis archive, The Original Mono Recordings, nine CDs of the nine albums made for Columbia from 1955–63, is an exception, a set worthy of attention-though not so much because the discs are in mono. The set's booklet contains Wilder's mastering notes for each album. Here's what he wrote about Miles Ahead: "Surprisingly, the original master was in very good shape. But when we listened to the master on the playback machine, it sounded a little thin and hard compared to the original album pressing.
The Original Mono Recordings November 12, 2013. DISC 1 ’Round About Midnight (Album) DISC 2 Miles Ahead (Album) DISC 3 Milestones (Album) DISC 4 Jazz Track (Album) DISC 5 Porgy And Bess (Album) DISC 6 Kind Of Blue (Album) DISC 7 Sketches Of Spain (Album) DISC 8 Someday My Prince Will Come (Album) DISC 9 Miles And Monk At Newport (Album). Miles Davis on Twitter. Miles Davis on this site. Visit ww. nGuardOnline. gov for social networking safety tips for parents and youth.
Then the best-sounding reels were selected and a series of digital remastering techniques were applied - using pristine copies of the original LPs as audio benchmarks. Mini- LP Replica Jackets. Rights Society: BIEM, GEMA. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All.
It is the Miles Davis of this period-the gentle, Harmon-muted balladeer; the existential, modal melodicist; the exotic, enigmatic bandleader-that a majority of people arguably think of when they hear the jazz legend’s name
The Original Mono Recordings follows in the tradition of the eight-time Grammy Award®-winning Miles Davis Series of multiple-CD box sets that began in 1996. The series culminated in the 2009 box set of 52 mini-LP replica jacketed albums, The Complete Miles Davis Columbia Album Collection, whose contents were all heard in stereo
You can’t be a Miles Davis fan without this collection. AM radio rules the airwaves and Miles Davis is as prolific as ever with John Coltrane and the rest of his quintet. Taken from the original analog master tapes from ‘56 – ‘61, newly remastered versions of ‘Round About Midnight, Milestones, Jazz Track, Someday My Prince Will Come, Miles And Monk At Newport, and the classic Kind of Blue – come to life. But what’s really impressive is how definitive these recordings are. Recorded in mono, this simplistic approach was the way music was meant to be heard in the ’50s, before all the Brits plugged in and amplified our ears.
Miles Davis, The Original Mono Recordings text and images by Wojciech Pacuła, translation by Andrzej Dziadowiec. Columbia Records/Sony Music Japan SICP 30521-9. That also includes Miles Davis recordings for Columbia, starting with the 1959 album Kind of Blue. So where do the mono versions come from? Initially, recording studios were equipped with one- track recording equipment, so all the records were mono. But even then, the material was simultaneously recorded on a three-channel tape and on mono tape, as a back-up.
MILES DAVIS: THE ORIGINAL MONO RECORDINGS also includes two exciting rare albums: - 1958’s Jazz Track features 10 compositions recorded for a French film, L'Ascenseuer Pour l'Echafaud, and three selections from an acclaimed session recorded shortly after the release of Milestones. These sessions served as a prelude to Kind Of Blue, starring Davis, John Coltrane, Cannonball Adderley, Bill Evans, Paul Chambers and Jimmy Cobb. These are the only other studio sides by Davis’ sextet before recording what would become the best-selling jazz album of all time.
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CD label is a replica of a red Six Eyed Columbia LP label
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