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Name:Miles Davis Milestones Jazzmp3 320h33tschon55

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01 Dr. Jackle.mp3 (Size: 159.31 MB) (Files: 12)

 01 Dr. Jackle.mp3

13.54 MB

 02 Sid's Ahead.mp3

30.03 MB

 03 Two Bass Hit.mp3

12.20 MB

 04 Milestones.mp3

13.39 MB

 05 Billy Boy.mp3

16.76 MB

 06 Straight, No Chaser.mp3

24.61 MB

 07 Two Bass Hit (Alternate Take).mp3

10.60 MB

 08 Milestones (Alternate Take).mp3

14.00 MB

 09 Straight, No Chaser (Alternate take).mp3

24.18 MB

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Miles Davis - Milestones
Original Release Date: April 2, 1958
Audio CD: April 17, 2001
Format: Original recording remastered
Label: Sony
Bitrate: 320 kbps

"Milestones is an album recorded in February and March 1958 by Miles Davis. It is renowned for including Miles' first forays into the developing modal jazz

experiments, as noticed on the piece "Miles" (renamed 'Milestones'), which would be followed to its logical conclusion on Kind of Blue. Furthermore, the playing of

his sextet, which featured Cannonball Adderley and John Coltrane contributing on such tracks as "Straight No Chaser", have induced it to be highly regarded by

jazz musicians, fans and critics alike. It was also the last time the rhythm section of Jones, Garland and Chambers would ever play with Miles on record.

Coltrane returned to Davis’s group in 1958, contributing to the “modal phase” albums Milestones ( 1958 ) and Kind of Blue (1959), both considered essential

examples of 1950s modern jazz. Davis at this point was experimenting with modes—i.e., scale patterns other than major and minor."

No Mediocre Middle Child;
This was Miles' second album for Columbia. But because it came in right after his heralded first Columbia album, "Round Midnight," and just before the immortal

"Kind of Blue," it tends to be overlooked in the Miles' canon. Make no mistake about it, the album contains some of the most fiery yet organized music of Miles on

record. Cannonball, after all, was not on the 1st Columbia album, and "Kind of Blue," as magical as it is, often acquires a kind of meandering, moody quality due to

its quiet, introspective nature.
"Milestones" also represents a kind of "second chance" for the members of Miles' sextet. Due to the personal and alcohol/drug-related problems of his sidemen,

Miles simply decided to disband the group for most of 1957. When he had a change of heart and resurrected the sextet for this late 1957 recording, the other five

members sensed they had to prove themselves to two audiences: the public and Miles himself.

Cannonball not only brings his characteristic fire to each of the selections, but stands up more effectively to Coltrane's advanced harmonies on this date than on

the "Kind of Blue" session, in my opinion. The trio number with Red Garland is representative of some of Red's best trio work on the Prestige label but without the

Rudy Van Gelder sound (which tends to make all pianists' touches sound the same). Moreover, I can vouch from memory and personal experience that the title

tune, "Milestones," had a far greater influence on musicians' moving to modal and "free" harmonies than anything on "Kind of Blue" (perhaps because the latter

album's singular beauty is beyond replication). Finally, the alternate takes appear to be first takes because Miles, if anything, sounds fresher and more inventive on

these than on the master tracks. Like Sinatra, Miles had little patience with, or reason for, a second take. ~ Samuel Chell

Miles Davis - Trumpet, Piano (on "Sid's Ahead" )
Cannonball Adderley - Alto saxophone
John Coltrane - Tenor saxophone
Red Garland - Piano
Paul Chambers - Double bass
Philly Joe Jones - Drums

01 Dr. Jackle
02 Sid’s Ahead
03 Two Bass Hit
04 Milestones
05 Billy Boy
06 Straight, No Chaser
07 Two Bass Hit (Alternate Take)
08 Milestones (Alternate Take)
09 Straight, No Chaser (Alternate Take)

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