MILES DAVIS - The Mute. Boxset, Compilation · 1998. Filed under Bop By MILES DAVIS.
CD - JVC Compact Discs
CD - JVC Compact Discs
Miles Davis was an American trumpeter, bandleader and musical composer. His major (without bootlegs, et. discography consists of at least 51 studio albums, 36 live albums, 35 compilation albums, 17 box sets, 4 soundtrack albums, 57 singles and 3 remix albums. Davis' initial appearances on record were mainly as a member of bebop saxophonist Charlie Parker's quintet from 1944 through 1947 and released on the Savoy label.
Miles Davis with trumpet, 1949, New York City. Kind of Blue recording sessions, 1959, New York. John Coltrane (tenor sax), Cannonball Adderley (alto sax), Miles Davis (trumpet), and Bill Evans (piano), shown in photo. Also Paul Chambers (bass), and Jimmy Cobb (drums). Kind of Blue (1959) The best selling Jazz album of all-time, universally acclaimed and consistently selling today. Moving away from the hard bop style, the album was all original songs composed by Miles Davis and based on modal scales. So What and All Blues are amazing timeless songs, as is the whole album.
Miles Davis was the only soloist. His instrument was the flugelhorn, a brass horn that sounds deeper and softer than a trumpet. Miles Ahead" is nearly a concept album - a suite in which one piece flows into the next. A year later, Davis activated his quintet again and added alto sax player Cannonball Adderley. The next album did justice to its creative name: "Milestones. How to control the chaos of jazz. In 1959, the celebrated album "Kind of Blue" followed - and also became legendary
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Miles Davis, one of America’s most iconic and prolific musicians, went musically mute for several years in the 1970s, and actor Don Cheadle plumbed that silence in his visually jazzy directorial film debut Miles Ahead. Director Don Cheadle and actress Emayatzy Corinealdi pose during a photocall to promote the movie 'Miles Ahead' at the 66th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin, Germany, February 18, 2016. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch. Set roughly a decade after the 1959 release of Davis’ Kind of Blue, which remains the best-selling jazz album of all time, the film finds the mercurial trumpeter burrowed in his New York home following the demise of his marriage to his muse, dancer Frances Taylor, played by Emayatzy Corinealdi.
Miles Davis was known (among other reasons!) for his solos with a Harmon mute, with the extendable stem completely removed. Harmon is actually a brand name, but many mute companies make copies of the approximate design. There are different brands, and he used different ones at different times in his career
Performer: Miles Davis
Style: Jazz Instrument,Trumpet Jazz
Size MP3: 1231 mb
Size FLAC: 1545 mb
Rating: 4.5 / 5
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