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Disc 1: Kind Of Blue

1. So What
2. Freddie Freeloader
3. Blue In Green
4. All Blues
5. Flamenco Sketches

Disc 2: Ascenseur pour l'échafaud

1. Générique
2. L' Assassinat de Carala
3. Sur L'Autoroute
4. Julien Dans L'Ascenseur
5. Florence Sur Les Champs-Élysées
6. Diner au Motel
7. Évasion De Julien
8. Visite Du Vigile
9. Au Bar du Petit Bac
10. Chez Le Photographe Du Motel
11. Autumn Leaves
12. Love For Sale
13. Somethin' Else
14. One For Daddy-O
15. Dancing In The Dark
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2 Likes #1
Classic album, great price.
#2
musicals
Classic album, great price.


Also Found 1pence cheaper at Amazon & You Can Sample The Music There As Well
#3
This set comprises 3 albums recorded during 1957 to 1959. The compositions on CD1 are all by Miles Davis (Miles Dewey Davis III,May 26, 1926 - September 28, 1991) as are those for the album Ascenseur pour I'Échafaud (Fontana) with the final 5 tracks from Somethin' Else providing a mix of standards and new compositions. CD2 features the musical cues for the 1958 Louis Malle film Ascenseur pour l'Échafaud. The original soundtrack to the film, as mixed and edited in 1958, and used for the screen, can be heard in tracks 1 to 10 of CD2. "Kind of Blue" (Columbia) has been cited by many music writers not only as Davis's best-selling album, but as the best-selling jazz record of all time. In 2002, it was one of fifty recordings chosen that year by the Library of Congress to be added to the National Recording Registry. "Somethin' Else" is a 1958 album by jazz musician Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, regarded as a landmark album in the hard bop and cool styles. This LP was notable for the presence and prominent contributions of Miles Davis, in one of his few recording dates for Blue Note Records. The running times are approx 48 minutes and 65 minutes. The sound quality is very good indeed, the set is well illustrated and packaged with the liner notes by Peter Gamble. Glenn Gretlund produced the compilation. Look out for more classic jazz albums from Not Now Music
#4
There are very few albums that can be considered to define their genre. This could be one. Even if you don't think that jazz is for you (and it's amazing how many say that, without realising the contribution jazz has made to the music(s) they go on to mention preferring), give this a listen. It's too good a price not to.
#5
Good price, but the original Columbia issue will only be a pound or two more and that will have been remastered from the original studio tapes. Not sure where the masters for this issue will have come from but it's not an "official" release. (It is however perfectly legal as the recordings are more than 50 years old so no longer subject to copyright in the UK).
The difference in sound quality may or may not be noticeable depending on your ears and hi-fi equipment, so if in doubt it's probably worth a punt as you'll get some excellent music for less than a takeaway cup of coffee...
#6
screddajames
Good price, but the original Columbia issue will only be a pound or two more and that will have been remastered from the original studio tapes. Not sure where the masters for this issue will have come from but it's not an "official" release. (It is however perfectly legal as the recordings are more than 50 years old so no longer subject to copyright in the UK).
The difference in sound quality may or may not be noticeable depending on your ears and hi-fi equipment, so if in doubt it's probably worth a punt as you'll get some excellent music for less than a takeaway cup of coffee...


The version I Bought was stunning Legacy super bit mapping master sound on Columbia
But It will set you back a lot more than this release.
It depends on how much you like the Album - Also Would endorse a copy of
In A Silent Way as another essential Miles Davis Release.
1 Like #7
Would endorse a copy of In A Silent Way as another essential Miles Davis Release


Couldn't agree more. Great though Kind of Blue is, if I had to save one Miles Davies album from a burning building, In A Silent Way would be the one.
1 Like #8
screddajames
Would endorse a copy of In A Silent Way as another essential Miles Davis Release


Couldn't agree more. Great though Kind of Blue is, if I had to save one Miles Davies album from a burning building, In A Silent Way would be the one.



I find it strange that Bitches brew & Sketches Are Rated so highly, In A Silent Way Is Awesome
#9
Kind of Blue is one of those albums that justifies its high regard and personally feel it is enjoyable to even those who are not that particular to jazz (like myself).
#10
Love in a Silent Way, for me it is underrated
Boz
screddajames
Would endorse a copy of In A Silent Way as another essential Miles Davis Release


Couldn't agree more. Great though Kind of Blue is, if I had to save one Miles Davies album from a burning building, In A Silent Way would be the one.



I find it strange that Bitches brew & Sketches Are Rated so highly, In A Silent Way Is Awesome
#11
Ordered Hot Thanks!

Would also recommend Live in Greenwich Village by Albert Ayler for anyone who likes jazz.
#12
jimmymcnulty
Ordered Hot Thanks!

Would also recommend Live in Greenwich Village by Albert Ayler for anyone who likes jazz.


Will Check This Out .... Thanks
#13
...............& welcome to jaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaz club. ;-)
#14
play.com is up to 3.50 but amazon is still 1.99 :)

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