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Always in my soul.
Youtube brought me here after Evan Parker's Monoceros!? Ok; can't go wrong with Kind of Blue.
It is my opinion that if you have 1000 albums, and, this is not one of them your collection is incomplete. On the other hand, if you own but 1 album and that album is kind of Blue, then your collection is complete.
I love this album. I listen to most of Mile's work but I find myself coming back to this one again and again.
I''l have some Jazz for breakfast, lunch and supper. Late night snack, Jazz.
Who is on bass, Ray Brown?
Miles and miles of Miles Davis. He's life itself.
nice nice nice
Coltrane's playing on this album is just so dominant. He takes all the arrangements and injects pure spiritual power into them.
Best album ever made!
Hands down one of the best records of all time.
Who $. Mile Davis.
00:00 So What 09:24 Freddie Freeloader 19:13 Blue In Green 24:50 All Blues 36:25 Flamenco Sketches 45:50 Flamenco Sketches (Alternate Take)
Takes me to the 60s when they could play
Every real jazz collection starts with this
...or Portrait in Jazz
The Mozart of Jazz, and the most memorable Jazz album of all time. Miles at the helm, with Cannonball Adderley, John Coltrane, Bill Evans, bassist Paul Chambers and drummer Billy Cobb. There's not a misplaced moment in the entire album, and the sextet approach to Jazz still holds court - it's a mini-orchetra, with everyone contributing to Miles' brilliant compositions. I've been listening to it for over 50 years, and my pulse quickens every time.