Miles Davis - 'Round About Midnight album flac
Title: 'Round About Midnight
Style: Hard Bop
FLAC version ZIP size: 1590 mb
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Round About Midnight is an album by jazz trumpeter Miles Davis that was released by Columbia in March 1957. At the Newport Jazz Festival in 1955, Davis performed the song "'Round Midnight" as part of an all-star jam session, with the song's composer Thelonious Monk, along with Connie Kay and Percy Heath of the Modern Jazz Quartet, Zoot Sims, and Gerry Mulligan. Davis's solo received a positive reception from many jazz fans and critics
Vervollständigen Sie Ihre Miles Davis-Sammlung. Round About Midnight' is widely recognized by jazz critics as a landmark album in hard bop and one of the greatest jazz albums of all time. On April 17 2001, Sony reissued the album for compact disc on its Columbia/Legacy label, which featured 24-bit remastering and included bonus tracks and master takes from the initial sessions.
Round About Midnight is one of Miles Davis' true masterpieces; it's an album of focused, passionate numbers that showcase a post-bop transformation that was taking place in the 1950's. Here, Miles is in top form with his signature trumpet, while John Coltrane adds the tenor sax. Throw in great piano by Red Garland, and what you have is relaxing, yet moving songs that remind me of lounge music at some hotel during happy hour. In a lot of ways, 'Round About Midnight is a definitive jazz album, much in the same manner as Kind of Blue
Visit Miles Davis on the web. Track Listing: Disc One: 'Round Midnight; Ah-Leu-Cha; All Of You Bye Bye Blackbird; Tadd's Delight; Dear Old Stockholm; Two Bass Hit; Budo; Sweet Sue, Just You. Disc Two: 1955 Newport Jazz Festival: 'Round Midnight; 02/18/56 Pasadena Performance: Introduction by Gene Norman; Chance It (aka Max Is Making Wax) Walkin'; Gene Norman & Miles Davis; It Never Entered My Mind; Woody 'N You; Salt Peanuts; The Theme. Personnel: Miles Davis: trumpet; John Coltrane: tenor saxophone; Red Garland: piano; Paul Chambers: bass; Philly Joe Jones: drums.
Tracklist: 1. ‘Round Midnight, 2. Ah-Leu-Cha, 3. All Of You, 4. Bye Bye Blackbird, 5. Tadd’s Delight, 6. Dear Old Stockholm. Round About Midnight. By: Miles Davis (1957, Jazz). Wrong audio? Try another! More albums from Miles Davis
Round About Midnight is perhaps one of the most accurate representations of the quirky curiosity night time brings. Throughout the album, nostalgia-tinged pieces steep the listener in a buoyant state of mind without being overly energetic; all songs remain a light listen but impact the listener all the same. This can be attributed to the fantastic quintet’s performance, as although the album clearly exudes a bebop style which is generally speedy and frantic, the soloists focus on creating emotion rather than engaging in ostentatious swaggery