Miles Davis - At His Rare Of All Rarest Performances Vol. 1 mp3 album
Written-By – Miles Davis. Written-By – Miles Davis. Written-By – Denzil Best.
Tracklist: 1. It Takes Love To Cure The Heart’s Disease, 2. Got My Habits On, 3. Don’t Tell Your Monkey Man, 4. Harlem Strut, 5. Don’t Mess With Me, 6. Charleston, 7. Loveless Love, 8. After Tonight, 9. Down Home Blues, 10. Joe Turner Blues, 11. Cherry Time Blues, 12. Stop I. .
Miles Davis Volume 1 refers to two separate but related entities. The title was originally used for the first in a pair of compilation albums of recordings made by Miles Davis in 1952, 1953 and 1954, released in 1956 (and reissued many times) as BLP 1501 on the Blue Note Records label.
Until now, the official recordings of Miles Davis' performances at the Fillmore East between June 17 and 20, 1970 have been limited to the double album Miles at the Fillmore.
Miles Davis - Rare Unreleased Broadcasts (Yadeon (J) 502). Woman In Jazz, Vol. 3 (Stash ST-113). Miles Davis At Plugged Nickel, Vol. 1 (CBS/Sony (J) 18AP-2067). 1966 (age 40). Miles Davis - Gingerbread Boy, At Portland State College (Stone OE 66201).
Miles Davis hated stasis. All of which is to say that when you contemplate a single, narrow segment of Miles’ brilliant and varied career, there’s no telling what the music is going to give you until you immerse yourself in it. You have to look at where it came from and where it would go next.
Saigon Supersound Vol. 2 presents more interesting tunes of a musical era that has long been obscured. The first Recital album to get exceptional notoriety, here it is in its final form, with an additional LP of unpublished material. Featuring the Miles Davis Sextet and the Thelonious Monk Quartet recorded in 1958 and 1963, respectively, this classic album features two of jazz music's most famous groups at the peak of their powers.
This essential box set from Miles Davis's second quintet, represent the last purely jazz sounds we get from Miles, his final statement on the music he grew up on and would soon outgrow. Miles Davis, always the innovator, would stretch sound further with later groups, later sounds. These performances-all from fall 1967, one each from Antwerp, Copenhagen, and Paris-actually have nearly identical sets.
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Written-By – Miles Davis
Written-By – Miles Davis
Written-By – Denzil Best
Written-By – Tadd Dameron
- Distributed By – Durium S.p.A.
NotesA1, A2 rec. New York, June 2nd, 1951
B1, B2 rec. New York, September 29th, 1951
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): KLJ 20025 A 24-11-75
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): KLJ 20025 B 24-11-75
|KLJ-20025||Miles Davis||At His Rare Of All Rarest Performances Vol. 1 (LP, Unofficial)||Kings Of Jazz||KLJ-20025||Italy||1981|
|KLJ-20025, 20.025||Miles Davis||At His Rare Of All Rarest Performances Vol. 1 (LP)||Kings Of Jazz, Durium||KLJ-20025, 20.025||Italy||1981|
|KLJ - 20025||Miles Davis||Here Is Miles Davis At His Rare Of All Rarest Performances Vol. 1 (LP, Unofficial)||Kings Of Jazz||KLJ - 20025||Italy||1981|