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The Miles Davis All-Stars featuring John Coltrane - Broadcast Sessions 1958-59 (2008) {Acrobat Music ACMCD4325}

The Miles Davis All-Stars featuring John Coltrane - Broadcast Sessions 1958-59 (2008) {Acrobat Music ACMCD4325}
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© 1958-59, 2008 Acrobat Music | ACMCD4325
Jazz / Bop / Cool / Hard Bop / Modal Music / Trumpet

Many musicians lived and were musically active during multiple jazz periods, and some of them actually made significant contributions during all of the periods during which they recorded. But few can claim, as Miles Davis could, to have actually helped design the architecture in every case. Bebop, cool, and fusion all have Davis' handprints deep in the cement of their foundations, and this disc documents some of his best work during the second of those periods. In the mid-'50s he started what would be a tumultuous musical relationship with John Coltrane, and what would eventually become one of the greatest combos in jazz history began to coalesce: alto saxophonist Cannonball Adderley, pianist Red Garland, bassist Paul Chambers, and drummer Philly Joe Jones in addition to Davis and Coltrane.
Miles Davis & Gil Evans - The Complete Columbia Studio Recordings (1996) {6 CD Boxset Columbia CXK 67397 rec 1957-1968}

Miles Davis & Gil Evans - The Complete Columbia Studio Recordings (1996) {6 CD Boxset Columbia CXK 67397 rec 1957-1968}
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© 1957-68, 1996 Sony Music / Legacy / Columbia | CXK 67397 | Super Bit Mapping
Jazz / Cool / Modern Creative / Experimental Big Band

THE COMPLETE COLUMBIA STUDIO RECORDINGS compiles all of Miles Davis' collaborations with composer/arranger Gil Evans. Included are the original and alternate versions of the four albums that Davis and Evans made together–MILES AHEAD, PORGY AND BESS, SKETCHES OF SPAIN and QUIET NIGHTS–as well as various outtakes and unreleased tracks. More than half of the material is previously unreleased. THE COMPLETE COLUMBIA STUDIO RECORDINGS won 1997 Grammy Awards for Best Historical Album, Best Album Notes (by George Avakian, Bob Belden, Bill Kirchner and Phil Schaap), and Best Recording Package - Boxed.
Miles Davis' All Stars - Walkin' (1957/2016) [Official Digital Download 24bit/192kHz]

Miles Davis' All Stars - Walkin' (1957/2016)
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Studio Mono Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

Walkin', now considered one of the earliest essential albums in the Miles Davis canon, comprises two classic 1954 sessions: one with a quintet; the other a sextet. The influential sextet session, featuring trombonist J.J. Johnson and Lucky Thompson on sax, took advantage of long-playing record technology with two extended jams that announced both the return of modern jazz musicians to a focus on the blues and the coming of the funky hard bop era. The quintet date, with underground legend Davey Schildkraut on alto sax, provides the first inkling of the trumpeter’s haunting muted style and introduces his classic composition Solar.
Mike Oldfield - Five Miles Out (1982) [2013, Deluxe Edition, 2CD+DVD] Repost

Mike Oldfield - Five Miles Out (1982)
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Progressive Rock

Deluxe edition of Oldfield's 1982 album featuring the hit single "Family Man". Includes a newly remastered version of the album, a second CD of previously unreleased live tracks from Cologne 1982, and a DVD with a new 5.1 surround mix.

Joe Henderson - So Near, So Far (Musings for Miles) (1993)  Music

Posted by gribovar at Dec. 18, 2017
Joe Henderson - So Near, So Far (Musings for Miles) (1993)

Joe Henderson - So Near, So Far (Musings for Miles) (1993)
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Genre: Jazz | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Verve Records (517 674-2)

Joe Henderson's follow-up to his hugely successful Lush Life disc is another concept album, this time involving ten songs (including many lesser-known ones) associated with Miles Davis. Henderson only actually played with Davis for a few weekends around 1967 but he shows a great deal of understanding for this potentially difficult music. With particularly strong assistance from guitarist John Scofield, bassist Dave Holland and drummer Al Foster, Henderson revives such forgotten songs as "Teo," "Swing Spring" and "Side Car" in addition to coming up with fresh interpretations of "Miles Ahead," "Milestones" and "No Blues." He is to be congratulated for not taking the easy way out and sticking to the simpler material of Davis's earlier years.
Miles Davis - The Original Mono Recordings (2013) {9CD Box Set Columbia 88883756642 rec 1957-1964}

Miles Davis - The Original Mono Recordings (2013) {9CD Box Set Columbia 88883756642 rec 1957-1964}
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© 1957-64, 2013 Columbia / Legacy / Sony Music | 88883756642
Jazz / Hard Bop / Modal Music / Trumpet

For nearly half a century, Miles Davis (1926-1991) was arguably the preeminent innovator in jazz - rarely staying in the same place twice, experimenting with the most cutting-edge styles and ideas he could imagine. This year, some of Miles' most enduring works for Columbia Records are collected the way they were originally heard: MILES DAVIS: THE ORIGINAL MONO RECORDINGS. Each CD, newly remastered by Mark Wilder at Battery Studios, is housed in a mini-LP replica jacket, faithfully replicating the original LP sleeves. They are encased in a quality slipcase, alongside a 40-page booklet with rare photos and brand-new essay offering in-depth, first-hand accounts from George Avakian, who signed Miles to Columbia in 1955, AND play-by-play from mastering engineer Mark Wilder. This is the true genius of Miles Davis as most people first heard it, the way it was intended to be heard: in mono.
Miles Davis & Gil Evans - Concierto De Aranjuez (1961) {Giants Of Jazz}

Miles Davis & Gil Evans - Concierto De Aranjuez (1961) {Giants Of Jazz}
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Genre: Jazz, Bop

On May 19, 1961, Miles Davis was showcased at a Carnegie Hall concert, performing with his quintet of the time (tenor saxophonist Hank Mobley, pianist Wynton Kelly, bassist Paul Chambers and drummer Jimmy Cobb) and, for the first time in public, the Gil Evans Orchestra. Although thought of by some later on as being in an off period since he was between innovations, Miles' trumpet chops were actually in prime form during 1961-63, as he shows throughout the date. All of the music on this 1998 two-CD set has been out before, either on the original LP of the same name or on the later album More Music From the Legendary Carnegie Hall Concert, but this is the first time that the two sets have been reproduced in their original order.
Miles Davis - The Complete Miles Davis At Montreux (2002) {20CD LongBox Warner 0927-41836-2 rec 1973-1991}

Miles Davis - The Complete Miles Davis At Montreux (2002) {20 CD LongBox Warner 0927-41836-2 rec 1973-1991}
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© 1973-91, 2002 Warner Music Switzerland | 0927-41836-2
Jazz / Jazz Rock / Fusion / Experimental Big Band / Trumpet

Produced with loving care by Claude Nobs, founder of the Montreux Jazz Festival, with no edits or overdubs, this document of Miles Davis's Montreux performances shows through never-before-released material how Miles and company transformed his music live, with their fire, invention, and interplay. The list of sidemen on these dates is a who's who of today's superstars, including saxophonist Dave Liebman, guitarists John Scofield and Robben Ford, keyboardists Adam Holzman and Kei Akagi, bassist Michael Henderson, and percussionist Mtume. Most of the music on these discs features versions of Davis's fusion "hits." The funky and R&B-ish ditty "Ife" and the bouncy "Calypso Frelimo" are rendered with more gusto than their studio versions, as are the in-the-pocket, mid-'80s tunes "Star People" and "New Blues." A package this big has more than a few surprises, however. Chaka Khan lends her powerful pipes to Davis's unique cover of the Michael Jackson sleeper, "Human Nature," and "Al Jarreau" is an upbeat (though too short) tribute to the great vocalise master.
Miles Davis - The Complete On The Corner Sessions (2007) {6CD Box Set Columbia 886970 6239 2 rec 1972-1975}

Miles Davis - The Complete On The Corner Sessions (2007) {6CD Box Set Columbia 886970 6239 2 rec 1972-1975}
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© 1972-75, 2007 Columbia / Legacy / Sony BMG Music | 886970 6239 2 | 24bit remastering
Jazz / Fusion / Jazz-Funk / Jazz-Rock / Free Funk / Funk

From the opening four notes of Michael Henderson's hypnotically minimal bass that open the unedited master of "On the Corner," answered a few seconds later by the swirl of color, texture, and above all rhythm, it becomes a immediately apparent that Miles Davis had left the jazz world he helped to invent – forever. The 19-minute-and-25-second track has never been issued in full until now. It is one of the 31 tracks in The Complete On the Corner Sessions, a six-disc box recorded between 1972 and 1975 that centers on the albums On the Corner, Get Up with It, and the hodgepodge leftovers collection Big Fun. It is also the final of eight boxes in the series of Columbia's studio sessions with Davis from the 1950s through 1975, when he retired from music before his return in the 1980s. Previously issued have been Davis' historic sessions with John Coltrane in the first quintet, the Gil Evans collaborations, the Seven Steps to Heaven recordings, the complete second quintet recordings, and the complete In a Silent Way, Bitches Brew, and Jack Johnson sessions. There have been a number of live sets as well; the most closely related one to this is the live Cellar Door Sessions 1970, issued in 2005.

Miles Davis - Blue Haze (1954) {Prestige}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Oct. 4, 2017
Miles Davis - Blue Haze (1954) {Prestige}

Miles Davis - Blue Haze (1954) {Prestige}
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Genre: Hard Bop

This CD reissue features trumpeter Miles Davis with three different pickup recording groups that are full of fellow all-stars. "Tune-Up," "Miles Ahead," "When Lights Are Low" (which uses slightly different chord changes than its composer Benny Carter originally intended), and "Smooch" find Davis joined by pianist John Lewis (Charles Mingus plays piano on "Smooch"), bassist Percy Heath, and drummer Max Roach. With pianist Horace Silver, bassist Heath, and drummer Art Blakey offering solid accompaniment, Davis introduces "Four" and performs "Old Devil Moon" and "Blue Haze." Finally, with altoist Dave Schildkraut, Silver, Heath, and drummer Kenny Clarke, Miles jams through "I'll Remember April." Although not as essential as the trumpeter's classic Quintet records of 1955-1956, several of the performances (most notably "Tune-Up" and "Four") are quite memorable, and the straight-ahead playing is of consistently high quality.