Miles Davis - Miles Davis And The Modern Jazz Giants album FLAC
Miles Davis and the Modern Jazz Giants (PRLP 7150) is an album by Miles Davis, released on Prestige Records in 1959. Most of the material comes from a session on December 24, 1954, featuring Thelonious Monk and Milt Jackson, and had been previously released in the discontinued ten inch LP format.
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Compilation album by Miles Davis. 'Round Midnight" is newly released, and comes from the same sessions by Davis's new quintet in 1956 which resulted in Steamin' with the Miles Davis.
Miles Davis, Modern Jazz Giants feat. Milt Jackson, Thelonious Monk, Percy Heath, Kenny Clarke –Swing Spring. Miles Davis (Miles Davis and the Modern Jazz Giants, 1954-56) –1. The Man I Love (Take 2). 4:25. Miles Davis, Sonny Rollins –Airegin. Miles Davis –02 - Swing Spring - 1954-56 - And The Moder. :55. Miles Davis & The Modern Jazz Giants –The Man I Love. Miles Davis, Modern Jazz Giants feat.
Here are three of the four tunes recorded at the legendary December 1954 gathering of Miles Davis, Milt Jackson, Thelonious Monk, Percy Heath, and Kenny Clarke Completing the program, the classic 1956 Miles Davis Quintet performs a signature arrangement that was among the first to announce the arrival of John Coltrane, 'Round Midnight. Recorded in Hackensack, NJ: December 24, 1954 and October 26, 1956.
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Davis and Monk actually did not get along all that well, and the trumpeter did not want Monk playing behind his solos. Still, a great deal of brilliant music occurred on the day of their encounter, including "The Man I Love," "Bemsha Swing," and "Swing Spring. feat: The Modern Jazz Giants. blue highlight denotes track pick.