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Miles Davis - The Essential Miles Davis Disc 2
Original Release Date: May 15, 2001
Audio: CD May 15, 2001
Number of Discs: 2
Label: Sony
Bitrate: 320 kbps

Editorial Reviews
Trumpeter and bandleader Miles Davis was a major catalyst for the evolution of modern music. This two-CD set--with tracks from the Savoy, Capitol, Blue Note, Prestige, Columbia, and Warner Bros. labels from 1945 to 1986--is an excellent sampler of his limitless creative genius. It features a who's who of the greatest names in the music: drummers Max Roach, Philly Joe Jones, and Jimmy Cobb; bassists Paul Chambers and Ron Carter; pianists Red Garland, Bill Evans, and Herbie Hancock; and alto and tenor saxophonists Cannonball Adderley, John Coltrane, and Wayne Shorter. Davis's middle-register trumpet accommodated a myriad of styles, from the bebop classic "Now's the Time" to the Snow White waltz "Someday My Prince Will Come" to the modal masterpiece "So What" {from Kind of Blue}.
Just as Duke Ellington had Billy Strayhorn, Davis had the gifted arranger Gil Evans. Evans created ingenious stringless orchestral soundscapes around Davis's pithy and personal sound on Ahmad Jamal's "New Rhumba" from Miles Ahead, the in-the-pocket swing of Gershwin's "Summertime" from Porgy & Bess, and the Moorish melodies of "The Pan Piper" from Sketches of Spain. Other classic tracks include the sophisticated classicism of "Jeru" from the 1949-50 Birth of the Cool nonets, the spectral and spare "Générique" from the soundtrack to the 1957 French film Ascenseur pour L'Echafaud, and his romantic rendition of Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time." Simply put, Miles lives. ~ Eugene Holley Jr.

ESSENTIAL's first disc takes the listener from the first session in which Davis was prominently featured {1945's NOW'S THE TIME} through 1961's SOMEDAY MY PRINCE WILL COME. In between these bookends are one or more examples of the late-1940s BIRTH OF THE COOL nonet sides, his early-1950s small group sessions {including the landmark blues WALKIN' from 1954}, the late-1950s first great combo with John Coltrane {three tracks chosen}, and the Gil Evans-arranged trio of classic albums {one track from each of the three key albums Evans and Davis collaborated on}. By the end of disc one Davis was at a crossroads...whether to become a mainstream jazz artist who recycles his past, or an innovator who takes steps forward and continues to challenge himself. As even casual listeners know, Davis opted for the latter, a bold and risky decision that some would debate but many fans are elated by. The first three tracks on disc two offer live and studio examples of Davis' second great mid-1960's combo. 1968's PETITS MACHINS offers a logical bridge between that combo and Davis' soon-to-follow electric-era music. That 1969-75 period is represented by three tracks, including BLACK SATIN from the 1972's ON THE CORNER. In late-1975, Miles left the music scene for a few years...the last three tracks sample his last decade of musical activity, ending with his death in 1991. Davis remained capable of brilliant, emotively-deep solos throughout his life, as the final track PORTIA {1986} indicates.
One can quibble about the choices: I would have liked to have seen Miles' brilliant solo from RIGHT OFF {1970/JACK JOHNSON} included. Furthermore, one or two more discs are needed to really create a 3-D overview of Davis' career. Unlike most artists--who are lucky to come up with a CD's worth of memorable material over their lifetime--Miles Davis' career gets shortchanged even by a two-CD set. Nonetheless, all of the music contained here is outstanding. I see ESSENTIAL benefiting listeners who just don't have the time to investigate Davis' career in detail, yet who want to touch bases on every stage of his eclectic career. Highly recommended: spend a few extra dollars and buy this set rather than the one-disc KEN BURNS overview. ~ J. Lund "jazzbrat"

The album that started my life as a jazz fanatic. If you don't have this album, pick it up. You will either a} become engrossed in jazz or b} hate it for the rest of your life, but it's worth buying just the same. Disc one is an example of Miles in his prime, with tunes such as Now's the Time, Walkin', 'Round Midnight, Bye Bye Blackbird, So What and Someday My Prince Will Come. Disc Two is also good. ESP, Petits Machins, Miles Runs the Voodoo Down, Jean Pierre and Portia are all examples of the wideness of jazz. But I hate Little Church and have to wonder why Miles covered a Cydni Lauper song. I would've liked to see some material from Kind of Blue and Milestones. Kind of Blue is only represented by So What {Miles' best song} and Milestones isn't represented at all. They should've thrown on All Blues, Freddie Freeloader, Milestones and Straight No Chaser, not to mention the missing Dear Old Stockholm, Surrey with a Fringe on top of It, and Salt Peanuts. This may have involved a third disc, but Miles' career is too broad to be covered in two discs. No compilation is perfect, but this is highly recommended. ~ Finulanu "the mysterious"

This collection draws from the ASTONISHING recording career of the great Miles Davis when he was among the best cool jazz trumpet players of them all, performing with Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Gerry Muligan and Gil Evans, among other great jazz like minded players of the day. His impressionistic colors and harmonies are very much like bandleader Claude Thornhill's sound, yet all his own, a very "cool" jazz sound indeed. The listener will be in for a treat on this CD as it showcases some of the best jazz players of the 50s: Philly Joe Jones {drummer}, Lucky Thompson {tenor solo}, Horace Silver {pianist} among the signature Davis quintet of Coltrane, Red Garland, Paul Chambers, and Philly Joe Jones. Davis liked to take his band through a 2/4 tempo on to a straight swing beat in its approach. This CD is a DOUBLE CD so the listener gets twice the jazz for their $$. In this CD one can hear how Davis was constantly redefining musical "possibilities and excellence". For people just getting in touch with jazz, this CD capitized on some of Miles Davis's BEST jazz creations. My favorites from this CD include "Walkin'", "'Round Midnight", & "Black Satin". On each cut, the sound and mood changes...and it's like walking into a new room open to the creative genius of Harlem in the 50s. Now's The Time to Take A Listen To Miles Davis. Add this CD to your collection. This CD will never grow old...Davis gave us a great gift in his musical creations -- music that has its own distictive emotions and a legacy that is meant to last. A BIG HIGH FIVE STARS! ~ Lady Gal Music "Joy"

Miles Davis, Art Taylor, Airto Moreira, Bill Evans, Charlie Parker, Dave Holland, Dizzy Gillespie, Ernie Royal, Gerry Mulligan, Hank Mobley, Herbie Hancock, Horace Silver,Jack DeJohnette, J.J. Johnson, Jerome Richardson, Jimmy Cleveland, John Coltrane, John Scofield, Jimmy Heath, Julian “Cannonball” Adderley, Kai Winding, Keith Jarrett, Kenny Clarke, Lee Konitz, Marcus Miller, Max Roach, Paulinho Da Costa, Paul Chambers, Philly Joe Jones, Red Garland, Ron Taylor, Sonny Rollins, Wayne Shorter

Miles Davis - The Essential Miles Davis Disc 2 Tracks:
01 My Funny Valentine live 15:07
02 E.S.P. 5:30
03 Nefertiti 7:53
04 Petits Machins 8:07
05 Miles Runs The Voodoo Down 14:03
06 Little Church 3:16
07 Black Satin 5:16
08 Jean Pierre 4:03
09 Time After Time 3:40
10 Portia 6:18

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