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The Musings Of Miles

Miles Davis

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Will You Still Be Mine?
Miles Davis
I See Your Face Before Me
Miles Davis
I Didn't
Miles Davis
A Gal In Calico
Miles Davis
A Night In Tunisia
Miles Davis
Green Haze
Miles Davis
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    35:44
"The interpretations are lyrical and melodic and focused on Miles’ warm and muted sound." - LondonJazzCollector "Garland's bright, jangly piano sound and percussively chordal approach is a major strength after the trumpeter's nimble improvisations." - The Guardian The Musings Of Miles, issued in 1955, was Davis's first 12" LP and carries great historical significance as it paved the way for the formation of Davis's first great quintet. This album was Davis's first session with Red Garland on piano and drummer Philly Joe Jones; up to that point he had recruited "all star" studio musicians. Within months John Coltrane and Paul Chambers would come aboard to help form the first in a series of Davis's great groups. The Musings Of Miles includes Davis's interpretation of the oft-covered Dizzy Gillespie jazz classic A Night In Tunisia. "I remember the sessions well, I remember how the musicians wanted to sound and I remember their reactions to the playbacks. Today, I feel strongly that I am their messenger." - Rudy Van Gelder
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Engineeriing by Van Gelder Notes by Ira Gitler Cover photo, supervision by Bob Weinstock

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