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'Kind of Blue' has to be one of THE best jazz albums ever recorded!
Miles is great of course, but he is joined by John Coltrane on sax, Bill Evans on piano, Cannonball on sax as well, Paul Chambers on bass, and Jimmy Cobb on drums.
Everyone who loves good jazz or music in general will know this album,so just a quick note on the quality of the discs.
Never cared for Miles until I heard this album. Now I play it constantly.Published 11 days ago by A. Dantry
Top shelf vinyl. Won't be parting with this classic unless I sell my whole vinyl setup. Some might want the original but the super-high quality resin this was pressed on will... Read morePublished 12 days ago by M. Presnell
This version really sounds awesome. The heavier weight and thickness of this version adds to the quality of sound compared to the older 140gm versions.Published 12 days ago by BRIAN HOBERG
Amazing Sound!! The Vinyl really brings out the dynamics of this classic recording.Published 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
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|What Are Miles Davis' Top 10 Albums||
i would like to know why amazon deleted my list
so here it is once again:
1 kind of blue -
3 sketches of spain
4.the 'in series incuding walkin'
6 in a silent way
7.my funny valentine
8.four n more
9 miles with charlie parker
10 bitches brew
Aug 14, 2009 by daddyojazz | See all 98 posts
|Is Kenny G overrated?||
Yes, Kenny G is overrated. I saw him at LAX airport a few years ago and it took all my self control to keep from walking over and smacking him in the back of the head. I've walked into stores and heard his music playing and immediately walked out.
Jun 22, 2009 by Rushead 2112-Hemispheres | See all 24 posts
|The Greatest Jazz album of all time||
"Underground" by Monk
"Money Jungle" by Duke
"Ah Um" by Mingus
Are the classics that I end up going back to year after year. Don't know if that makes the best, or just the ones that suit my taste the best.
The "newer" releases I keep going back to... Read More
Aug 25, 2011 by Cain Knobel | See all 15 posts
The album wa incorrect. They corrected it in 1990.
Oct 10, 2011 by MrJay58 | See all 2 posts
|underrated Jazz Albums||
Greg Osby's "Banned In New York" comes to mind. I can do more, if you'd like.
Jun 4, 2010 by RobbyJ | See all 12 posts
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