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Miles Davis, Sonny Rollins

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1.1
Dig
Miles Davis; Sonny Rollins; Jackie McLean; Walter Bishop; Tommy Potter; Art Blakey
7:37
1.2
It's Only A Paper Moon
Miles Davis; Sonny Rollins; Jackie McLean; Walter Bishop; Tommy Potter; Art Blakey
5:27
1.3
Denial
Miles Davis; Sonny Rollins; Jackie McLean; Walter Bishop; Tommy Potter; Art Blakey
5:42
1.4
Bluing
Miles Davis; Sonny Rollins; Jackie McLean; Walter Bishop; Tommy Potter; Art Blakey
10:00
1.5
Out Of The Blue
Miles Davis; Sonny Rollins; Jackie McLean; Walter Bishop; Tommy Potter; Art Blakey
6:16
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Total Playing Time    35:02
"... (feels like) a playful and inventive introduction between Davis and Rollins. We can hear them getting to know each other, falling in rhythm with one another ... we also get to see two young men just beginning to realize their powers ... another curious piece in the puzzle of Davis and to a lesser extent Rollins ... shows a young musician just before he hit his stride ... a picture of what Davis learned from (Charlie) Parker and a small taste of what Rollins was about to hit us with, but it’s also a defiant half-step forward towards the music that would make these guys jazz icons." - PopMatters.com Recorded in one day in October 1951, these tracks allowed Miles Davis and Sonny Rollins to stretch out together like they had never done in the studio before, delivering fluid solos with warmth and emotion. The rest of the musicians on this pivotal session are equally praiseworthy: a teenage Jackie McLean on alto sax on most songs, pianist Walter Bishop and bassist Tommy Porter, all held together by the explosive drive of drummer Art Blakey.
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Supervision, Cover photo by Bob Weinstock Cover Design by Bob Parent Notes by Ira Gitler

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