Miles Davis - 'Round Midnight album flac
Title: 'Round Midnight
Style: Cool Jazz, Bop
MP3 album: 1713 mb
FLAC album: 1185 mb
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Round About Midnight is an album by jazz trumpeter Miles Davis that was released by Columbia in March 1957. At the Newport Jazz Festival in 1955, Davis performed the song "'Round Midnight" as part of an all-star jam session, with the song's composer Thelonious Monk, along with Connie Kay and Percy Heath of the Modern Jazz Quartet, Zoot Sims, and Gerry Mulligan. Davis's solo received a positive reception from many jazz fans and critics
Vervollständigen Sie Ihre Miles Davis-Sammlung. The album took its name from the Thelonious Monk song "Round Midnight". Recording sessions took place at Columbia Studio D on October 26 1955, and at Columbia's 30th Street Studio on June 5 and September 10 1956. Round About Midnight' is widely recognized by jazz critics as a landmark album in hard bop and one of the greatest jazz albums of all time. On April 17 2001, Sony reissued the album for compact disc on its Columbia/Legacy label, which featured 24-bit remastering and included bonus tracks and master takes from the initial sessions.
Given that 'Round About Midnight was Miles Davis' debut Columbia recording, it was both a beginning and an ending. Certainly the beginning of his recording career with the label that issued most if not all of his important recordings; and the recording debut of an exciting new band that had within its ranks Philly Joe Jones, Paul Chambers, pianist Red Garland, and an all but unknown tenor player named John Coltrane. The title track was chosen because of its unique rendition with a muted trumpet, and debuted at the Newport Jazz Festival the summer before to a thunderous reception
Miles Davis - Round Midnight. Download MP3. Miles Davis. It Never Entered My Mind (From the Album: Workin' with the Miles Davis Quintet).
Essential Listening Nominations. Miles Davis ‘Round About Midnight is probably one recording I consider essential in any modern jazz collection. That is not to say there aren’t many other good records, even lots of other great records. Rudolf on April 19, 2014 at 12:56. Miles Davis – Kind of Blue John Coltrane – Blue Train Art Pepper – Meets the Rhythm Section Cannonball Adderley – Something Else Hank Mobley – Soul Station. And I’m guessing that LJC’s may be below
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