All Blues - Miles Davis - Kind Of Blue

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  1. Kind of Blue isn't merely an artistic highlight for Miles Davis, it's an album that towers above its peers, a record generally considered as the definitive jazz album. To be reductive, it's the Citizen Kane of jazz -- an accepted work of greatness that's innovative and entertaining/
  2. The fast-moving progressions of bebop and much post-bop required improvisers to jump hurdles—something Davis knew all about as Dizzy Gillespie’s successor in the Charlie Parker Quintet. On Kind of Blue, there were longer durations between chords, opening up space in the music. The soloist had the option of taking a breath.
  3. Miles Davis was at a musical peak in the s and had been preparing the ideas that would become Kind of Blue for years. A year before the recording, Davis slipped Bill Evans a piece of paper on.
  4. May 11,  · For the last time, Miles called back the pianist who had just left his quintet, and it was Evans’ harmonic conceptions, inspired by early 20th century European music, that dominated Kind Of folkmetal.kimurodugorethorgalen.infoinfo Kelly, the group’s new pianist, only appeared once, on 'Freddie Freeloader,”'and was stung sharply by this affront: the ultimate touch of /5(K).
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  6. Kind of Blue. By late , Davis employed one of the best and most profitable working bands pursuing the hard bop style. His personnel had become stable: alto saxophonist Cannonball Adderley, tenor saxophonist John Coltrane, pianist Bill Evans, long-serving .
  7. Sep 17,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gram HQ Quiex SV-P Vinyl release of Kind Of Blue on Discogs/5().

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