Miles Davis - Miles In Berlin FLAC album
Опубликовано: 8 окт. 2017 г. Miles Davis – Miles In Berlin CBS – S 62 976 Vinyl, LP, Album, Germany 1964 Miles in Berlin.
Recorded live on September 25th in concert "Berliner Jazztage '64" at Philharmonic Hall. Comes in mini LP replica with OBI & Japanese insert. Manufactured by CBS Sony Inc. (Tokyo Japan) Ⓟ CBS Inc. Special Thanks to: Steve Berkowitz, Cindy Karp, David Smith, Mark Wilder, Bob Belden.
Promo for the 2005 reissue series. Comes in a PVC case with title insert and printed CD-R. Other Versions (5 of 25) View All. Cat.
Directions is a compilation album by American jazz musician Miles Davis, released in 1981 by Columbia Records. It collects previously unreleased outtakes that Davis recorded between 1960 and 1970. Directions was the last of a series of compilation albums - mostly consisting of, at that time, previously unreleased music - that Columbia released to bridge Davis' recording hiatus that ended with The Man with the Horn in July 1981.
Miles in Berlin is a music live recording by MILES DAVIS (Jazz ive Rock) released in 1964 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. CD Columbia 6 CD Tristar 8 CD Sony Jazz 519 CD SBME 726672. MILES IN BERLIN Legacy 2005.
Is Miles In Berlin the best album by Miles Davis? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Miles In Berlin by Miles Davis (1965) Overall rank: 26,394th. Accolades: Top albums of 1965 (133rd). Top albums of the 1960s (1,469th). Best albums of all time (26,394th).
Now here's an album with something going for it: the very second concert ever played by the Second Great Quintet of Miles Davis. Miles relates in his autobiography that he would complain about Stitt's inability or unwillingness to play modes on "So What," which is amply demonstrated by Stitt's bebop-oriented solos on the recordings.
CD - Sony Music Distribution. Recorded live in Germany at the Berlin Philharmonic, Miles in Berlin represents the first recording of trumpeter Miles Davis with tenor saxophonist Wayne Shorter. For various reasons, saxophonists George Coleman and Sam Rivers had both come and gone as members of Davis' band. With the addition of Shorter in 1964, Davis had found the lineup of musicians that he would stick with until 1968 and produce some of the most influential albums of his career - collected on The Miles Davis Quintet, 1965-68: The Complete Columbia Studio
Speakers Corner Item No: 551760. It's 1964 and the first Berlin Jazz Festival is about to reach its absolute peak: the final concert on the night of Friday, 25th September by Miles Davis