For Adults Only - Miles Davis - Miles Davis And Horns (CD)

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  1. Nijind Reply
    Miles Davis and Horns (PRLP ) is an album by jazz trumpeter Miles Davis, released by Prestige Records in It compiles material from different albums previously released by Prestige in the discontinued 10 inch LP format.
  2. Akinosida Reply
    Miles Ahead Round About Midnight Miles Davis And Horns Miles: the New Miles Davis Quintet Quintet Sextet Blue Moods The Musings Of Miles Walkin’ Conception The Birth Of The Cool (recorded ) these appear to be a complete set of Davis albums covering the s up until the release of "Kind of Blue" (recorded April ) which is not /5(7).
  3. Zulule Reply
    Two years later, Davis made his second session of in the company of two tenor men deeply touched by the work of Lester Young and Charlie Parker: Al Cohn and Zoot Sims, two of Woody Herman's famous Four Brothers. These two sessions, featuring a pair of three-horn front lines, make up the music on Miles and derteforcioucarbuetalejefanmope.coinfo: $
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  5. Vudorisar Reply
    Tenor player Alvin Conn wrote and arranged the first four sides, “Tasty Pudding, Floppy, Willie The Walker, For Adults Only”. Of course Miles holds his own, but due to the big band swing nature of these arrangements with a hint of Basie, this album is a real anomaly in the Davis catalog of the early 50s/5(15).
  6. Migal Reply
    12" LP compiling two sessions, previously released on 's Miles Davis - Miles Davis Plays The Compositions Of Al Cohn, 's Fats Navarro / Dizzy Gillespie / Miles Davis / Kenny Dorham - Modern Jazz Trumpets, and the b-side of Prestige Please use compilation tag.
  7. Faegore Reply
    Don't let the "horns" in the title put you off – because the record's not a hokey "with horns" record by Miles, but a batch of all-star sessions that has him playing with some really tremendous contemporaries! The set compiles early Miles Davis sides from two different Prestige sessions of the early 50s – material originally issued as 10 inch LPs, .
  8. Nikotaur Reply
    Tenor player Alvin Conn wrote and arranged the first four sides, “Tasty Pudding, Floppy, Willie The Walker, For Adults Only”. Of course Miles holds his own, but due to the big band swing nature of these arrangements with a hint of Basie, this album is a real anomaly in the Davis catalog of the early 50s.

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