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Miles Davis - Greatest Jazz Album
Performer: Miles Davis
Title: Greatest Jazz
Style: Hard Bop, Modal
Country Japan
Label Echo Industry Co., Ltd.
Catalog Number JC-1605
Genre: Jazz
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 888
MP3 size: 1216 mb
FLAC size: 2073 mb
WMA size: 2696 mb
Record From: CD, Compilation, Album

Miles Davis - Greatest Jazz Album


1My Funny Valentine12:53
3So What12:00
6Autumn Leaves12:45
7Someday My Prince Will Come2:40


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Miles Dewey Davis III May 26, 1926 äóñ September 28, 1991 was an American jazz trumpeter, bandleader, and composer. He is among the most influential and acclaimed figures in the history of jazz and 20th century music. With his ever-changing directions in music, Davis was at Davis' Greatest Hits is a compilation album by Miles Davis released in vinyl in 1969 and released in 1997 in CD. Seven Steps to Heaven Victor Feldman, Miles Davis 6:26 Available on Seven Steps to Heaven. All Blues Davis 8:54 Available on My Funny Valentine. Someday My Prince Will Come Larry Morey, Frank E. Churchill 9:11 Available on Someday My Prince Will Come. With his lost 1985 album Rubberband out in September, and the 50th anniversary of In a Silent Way released this week we count down the jazz icons finest Davis, the trumpeter whose lyrical playing and ever-changing style made him a touchstone of 20th Century music, has been voted the greatest jazz artist of all time. Votes were cast by listeners of BBC Radio and Jazz FM, and revealed on pop-up radio station BBC Music Jazz. Jazz FM presenter Helen Mayhew called Davis the epitome of cool. Miles was at the forefront of key developments in the sound of jazz through each decade of his long career. Like most jazz artists, Miles Davis isn't particularly well-served by a greatest-hits collection, since their brevity and haphazard sampling tends to obscure the scope and depth of his artistry. Nevertheless, Greatest Hits works better than expected, featuring such classics as All Blues, Someday My Prince Will Come, Walkin', . Round Midnight, and So What. These tracks might not fully capture the essence of Miles' Columbia records - and it doesn't necessarily function as a good introductory. kind of blue. Miles davis. By the time Kind Of Blue came out in 1959, Miles Davis was leading the jazz world - and in this album he moves the music on, so to speak. The record was in every way revolutionary. This album 195253 was my introduction to modern jazz I can still remember a friend in sixth form playing me the quartets version of Walkin Shoes, which was so unlike the Dixieland-style jazz wed been listening to up to that point. For my money, Duke Ellington left made his best music in the early Forties. If there's one record of Charlie Parker's that really stands out, it's the 1953 album he made at Massey Hall in Toronto right. the jimmy blanton era. Thank you for visiting . By signing up you will also receive our regular email newsletters which will bring news of all our latest articles from the site so you dont miss out on all our dedicated coverage of the jazz scene. 1-48 of 120 Results. Genre: JazzArtist: Miles DavisDuration: Album. Miles DavisMiles Davis 'Greatest Hits Columbia, Legacy Ck 65418 CD Album. From Germany. Free postage. Miles Davis ' Greatest Hits Columbia, Legacy Ck 65418 CD Album. Geoffrey said: Miles Davis rules the 50 Greatest Jazz Albums with three in the top 10, crowned at number one by Kind of Blue, the album for every mood and taste. And for every listener - the one jazz album you're bound to have if you just love music and Miles at their best. Helen added: Kind of Blue is the 'Greatest Album' because it is the greatest album. It's a landmark album and the best-selling jazz album of all time for a reason. It's the album most people have in their music collection and if you haven't got it, then you have to