Tag: Miles Davis

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…features an album that was recorded in three sessions from 1949 and 1950, but only released in 1957 and considered by many the transitional album between Big Band and Bebop, namely, The Birth of the Cool by the Miles Davis Nonet.  Miles Davis – Birth of the Cool (1957) – [Fantastic Jazz Music] – YouTube Preview Open

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…is a transatlantic collaboration between the Birdland All-Stars, being Miles Davis (trumpet), Lester Young (tenor sax) and Bud Powell (piano), and the René Urtreger Trio, meaning René Urtreger (piano), Pierre Michelot (bass) and Christian Garros (drums).  Birdland All Stars: Miles Davis, Lester Young, Bud Powell, Nov 7, 1956 Hamburg – YouTube Preview Open

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… comes from the  Milestones collection over at the evil and often repellent font of censorship known as  YouTube and gives you one of the shows from the Miles Davis Quintet with John Coltrane, Jimmy Cobb, Paul Chambers and Wynton Kelly.  Miles Davis with John Coltrane- March 21, 1960 Olympia Theatre, Paris – YouTube  Preview […]

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