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Cookin' With the Miles Davis Quintet (Remastered)

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Miles Davis captains the Cookin' sessions, but this is really an all-star bop and blues blowing session. The interplay between Davis's elongated, wistful trumpet lines and Red Garland's dewy piano interjections on "My Funny Valentine" creates newly bittersweet take on the familiar ballad. Meanwhile, John Coltrane's deft sax showcase turns "Blues By Five" into a swaggering workout. Completing the lineup, Philly Joe Jones's rattling drumming and Paul Chambers' relentless, pulsing bass riffs underscore the hazy and mystical "Airegin."

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This One's Cookin'

OMG where are the reviews? How can this be the first one in ten years? What's wrong with the iTunes Store listeners? I mean, who; Miles, Coltrane, Garland, Chambers, Jones! The Quintete! THE QUINTET! Listen to this rendition of My Funny Valentine & tellme it doesn't turn you on... It doesn't get any better than this one folks... well unless it's another release fro The Miles Davis Quintet. Listen Up.

Biography

Born: May 26, 1926 in Alton, IL

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

Although Miles Davis' 1955-1957 quintet had a relatively short life, it went down in history as one of the finest and most interesting bebop combos of the 1950s. It was a group in which different musical personalities did more than coexist -- they complimented and inspired each other. The quintet's front line had two unlikely allies in Davis and the distinctive John Coltrane, whose aggressive, passionate tenor saxophone was quite a contrast to Davis' subtle, understated, cool-toned trumpet. Davis,...
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