Miles Davis And Prince

Miles Davis and Milt Jackson - Quintet/Sextet (1955) [DCC, GZS-1113]

Miles Davis and Milt Jackson - Quintet/Sextet (1955)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
1997 | DCC, GZS-1113 | ~ 164 or 78 Mb | Scans Included
Jazz, Cool Jazz, Bop, Hard Bop

Less heralded than their collaboration with Thelonious Monk (as documented on Bags' Groove and Miles Davis and the Modern Jazz Giants), this August 5, 1955 session with vibraphonist Milt Jackson was Davis' last all-star collaboration before the formation of his first classic quintet…
Miles Davis and Milt Jackson - Quintet / Sextet (1955) {2013 Japan Prestige 7000 Chronicle SHM-CD HR Cutting Series}

Miles Davis and Milt Jackson - Quintet / Sextet (1955) {2013 Japan Prestige 7000 Chronicle SHM-CD HR Cutting Series}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 125 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 74 Mb
Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (png) -> 300 Mb | 5% repair rar | DSD / HR Cutting Remaster
© 2013 Prestige / Concord / Universal Japan | UCCO-5234
Jazz / Bop / Cool / Hard Bop / Trumpet / Vibes

Reissue features the latest digital remastering and the high-fidelity SHM-CD format (compatible with standard CD player) and the latest DSD / HR Cutting remastering. Comes with a description. Less heralded than their collaboration with Thelonious Monk (as documented on Bags' Groove and Miles Davis and the Modern Jazz Giants), this August 5, 1955 session with vibraphonist Milt Jackson was Davis' last all-star collaboration before the formation of his first classic quintet. It marked a farewell to an older generation of acolytes and fellow travelers; Davis was entering a new era of leadership and international stardom, and generally he would only record with his working groups.
Miles Davis - Miles Davis And The Modern Jazz Giants (1954) {2008 Prestige RVG Remasters Series}

Miles Davis - Miles Davis And The Modern Jazz Giants (1954) {2008 Prestige RVG Remasters Series}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 186 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 100 Mb
Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (png) -> 181 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2008 Concord / Prestige | 0888072306554 | Prestige RVG Remasters Series | 24-bit remaster | PRLP 7150
Jazz / Bop / Cool / Hard Bop / Trumpet

Here are four tracks from one of the classic sessions of all time when a combination of giants gathered in Rudy Van Gelder's studio for an historic meeting on Christmas Eve afternoon and early dark, 1954. With Thelonious Monk and three-quarters of the Modern Jazz Quartet (Jackson, Heath, and Clarke) as his accomplices, Miles blends sophisticated harmonic knowledge with raw, spontaneous invention to produce extraordinary music. The two takes of "The Man I Love" are quite different within their basic similarity. An added starter in "'Round Midnight" done by the great Davis quintet of 1956–Coltrane, Garland, Chambers, and Philly Joe Jones.

Listen to This: Miles Davis and Bitches Brew  

Posted by tarantoga at Feb. 16, 2015
Listen to This: Miles Davis and Bitches Brew

Victor Svorinich, "Listen to This: Miles Davis and Bitches Brew"
ISBN: 1628461942 | 2015 | EPUB/PDF | 202 pages | 4 MB/15 MB
The Miles Davis And Tadd Dameron Quintet - In Paris Festival International De Jazz May 1949 (1977) {Sony Japan 1991}

The Miles Davis And Tadd Dameron Quintet - In Paris Festival International De Jazz May 1949 (1977) {Sony Japan 1991}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 94 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 89 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 20 Mb
© 1991 Sony Japan | SRCS 5695
Jazz / Bop / Trumpet

Miles Davis was best-known during the late '40s for offering an alternative approach to trumpeters Dizzy Gillespie and Fats Navarro, emphasizing his middle register, a softer tone and a more thoughtful approach. This concert performance, which was not released until nearly three decades later, shows that Davis was just as capable of playing hard-driving bebop as most of his contemporaries. In a quintet with tenor-saxophonist James Moody and pianist-composer Tadd Dameron, Davis confounded the French audience by playing very impressive high notes and displaying an extroverted personality. Never content to merely satisfy the expectations of his fans, he was already moving in surprising directions. This LP also gives one a very rare opportunity to hear Miles Davis verbally introducing songs in a voice not yet scarred.
Miles Davis - Miles Davis And The Modern Jazz Giants (1954) {2008 Prestige Rudy Van Gelder Remaster}

Miles Davis - Miles Davis And The Modern Jazz Giants (1954) {2008 Prestige Rudy Van Gelder Remaster}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 183 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 94 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 15 Mb
© 2008 Concord / Prestige | 0888072306454 | 24-bit remaster
Jazz / Bop / Cool / Hard Bop


Miles Davis - Miles Davis And The Modern Jazz Giants (1954) {2008 Prestige Rudy Van Gelder Remaster}

Here are four tracks from one of the classic sessions of all time when a combination of giants gathered in Rudy Van Gelder's studio on Christmas Eve afternoon and early dark, 1954. With Thelonious Monk and three quarters of the Modern Jazz Quartet (Jackson, Heath, and Clarke) as his accomplices, Miles blends sophisticated harmonic knowledge with raw, spontaneous invention to produce extraordinary music. The two takes of "The Man I Love" are quite different within their basic similarity. An starter in "Round Midnight" done by the great Davis Quintet of 1956 -Coltrane, Garland, Chambers, Philly Joe Jones.

Miles Davis - Miles Davis And Horns (1951-53)  

Posted by ruskaval at Aug. 10, 2009
Miles Davis - Miles Davis And Horns (1951-53)

Miles Davis - Miles Davis And Horns (1951-53)
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 183 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 76 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 8 Mb
© 1989 Fantasy / Prestige | OJCCD-053-2 (P-7025) | Jazz / Bop / Cool

The music from two of Miles Davis' lesser-known Prestige sessions is reissued on this CD. There are four titles from a 1953 date that finds the great trumpeter playing arrangements by Al Cohn in a sextet with tenors Cohn and Zoot Sims; trombonist Sonny Truitt joins the group on "Floppy." Those obscure performances (which include "Tasty Pudding" and "For Adults Only") are joined by four songs plus an alternate take from a 1951 date featuring Miles with tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins (their first recordings together) and trombonist Benny Green. Davis is a bit supbar on such tunes as "Whispering" and "Blue Room," but his emotional playing is still worth hearing.

Miles Davis - Miles Davis And The Modern Jazz Giants  

Posted by Quazzi at June 26, 2009
Miles Davis - Miles Davis And The Modern Jazz Giants

Miles Davis - Miles Davis And The Modern Jazz Giants
Prestige 7150 | Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-347-2(P-7150)
Recorded December 24, 1954 and October 26, 1956
CD Date 1989 | Jazz | EAC-Cue-Log-Scans | 190Mb

Here are four tracks from one of the classic sessions of all time when a combination of giants gathered in Rudy Van Gelder's studio for an historic meeting on Christmas Eve afternoon and early dark, 1954. With Thelonious Monk and three-quarters of the Modern Jazz Quartet (Jackson, Heath, and Clarke) as his accomplices, Miles blends sophisticated harmonic knowledge with raw, spontaneous invention to produce extraordinary music. The two takes of "The Man I Love" are quite different within their basic similarity. An added starter in "'Round Midnight" done by the great Davis quintet of 1956–Coltrane, Garland, Chambers, and Philly Joe Jones. (With John Coltrane, Red Garland, Paul Chambers, Philly Joe Jones, Milt Jackson, Thelonious Monk, Percy Heath, Kenny Clarke)
Miles Davis and Marcus Miller - Music from Siesta (1987)

Miles Davis and Marcus Miller - Music from Siesta (1987)
Jazz | [EAC+CUE+APE+LOG] | 180 Mb

Miles Davis and Jimmy Forrest - Our Delight (1952)  

Posted by TmanHome at March 13, 2014
Miles Davis and Jimmy Forrest - Our Delight (1952)

Miles Davis and Jimmy Forrest - Our Delight (1952)
Jazz | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 73 min | 168 MB
Label: Prestige | Rel: 1952

Davis and Forrest (who are joined by a St. Louis rhythm section that consists of pianist Charles Fox, bassist John Mixon, drummer Oscar Oldham, and an unknown percussionist) did not play together very much, and Our Delight gives listeners a rare chance to hear them playing side by side on familiar standards like "All the Things You Are," Tadd Dameron's "Our Delight," and Dizzy Gillespie's "A Night in Tunisia." The CD also contains a dusky performance of the ballad "What's New," although ballads are not a high priority. And the type of funky, groove-oriented soul-jazz and honker music that Forrest was famous for is excluded; the musicians don't perform "Night Train" (the saxman's biggest hit), and they stick to a bop/standards program.