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  1. Miles Ahead is an album by Miles Davis that was released in October by Columbia Records. It was Davis' first collaboration with arranger Gil Evans following the Birth of the Cool sessions. Along with their subsequent collaborations Porgy and Bess () and Sketches of Spain (), Miles Ahead is one of the most famous recordings of Third Stream, a fusion of .
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Miles Davis At Carnegie Hall on Discogs. Label: Columbia - COL 2,Columbia - 2 • Series: Jazz Originals • Format: 2x, CD Album • Country: France • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop, Modal/5(7).
  3. Dark Magus is a live double album by American jazz trumpeter, composer, and bandleader Miles Davis. It was recorded on March 30, , at Carnegie Hall in New York City, during the electric period in the musician's career.
  4. In , Columbia/Legacy reissued Miles Davis at Carnegie Hall as a double-disc set that contained all of the music performed at the concert from May 19, Davis is captured with his transitional small combo featuring Hank Mobley, Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers, and Jimmy Cobb, as well as with the Gil Evans Orchestra.
  5. Miles Davis At Carnegie Hall July 16, Buy / Stream Now In order to raise money for the African Research Foundation, Miles appeared at Carnegie Hall, joined by Gil Evans on several pieces including “Spring Is Here,” inspired by a Bill Evans arrangement. The .
  6. Aug 19,  · Artist: Miles Dewey Davis III (May 26, – September 28, ) Music: So What Album: At Carnegie Hall, May, ().
  7. Miles Davis At Carnegie Hall by Miles Davis () out of 5 stars 4. Audio CD. $ Macero, however, had four single mics hid strategically throughout the stage so he could at least have one copy of the event. For all of the tribulations (Max Roach's protest nonwithstanding), Miles, Gil Evans, the band, and the orchestra were 4/5(22).
  8. " So What " is the first track on the album Kind of Blue by American trumpeter Miles Davis. It is one of the best known examples of modal jazz, set in the Dorian mode and consisting of 16 bars of D Dorian, followed by eight bars of E ♭ Dorian and another eight of D Dorian.

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