Miles Davis - Kind Of Blue (Full Album)

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, September 23, 2015
  • Miles Davis

    Kind Of Blue (Full Album)
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  • Rob
    Rob  an hour ago

    Always in my soul.

  • Shaun Pearson
    Shaun Pearson  2 days ago

    Youtube brought me here after Evan Parker's Monoceros!? Ok; can't go wrong with Kind of Blue.

  • Joseph Bruton
    Joseph Bruton  3 days ago +28

    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.

  • Ryan Freeman
    Ryan Freeman  5 days ago +2

    I love this album. I listen to most of Mile's work but I find myself coming back to this one again and again.

  • Bass Wanderer
    Bass Wanderer  6 days ago +2

    I''l have some Jazz for breakfast, lunch and supper. Late night snack, Jazz.

  • Viață
    Viață  6 days ago

    Supa tight

  • Michael McDonald
    Michael McDonald  6 days ago

    Who is on bass, Ray Brown?

  • Graeme Mitchell
    Graeme Mitchell  7 days ago +1

    COOL BABY!

  • Daniele Andreani
    Daniele Andreani  7 days ago

    Excellent!

  • Lee C
    Lee C  7 days ago +8

    Miles and miles of Miles Davis. He's life itself.

  • alvin ware
    alvin ware  7 days ago

    nice nice nice

  • Tommy Two-shoes
    Tommy Two-shoes  7 days ago +4

    Coltrane's playing on this album is just so dominant. He takes all the arrangements and injects pure spiritual power into them.

  • Darren Kiefer
    Darren Kiefer  7 days ago

    Best album ever made!

  • Mosey Ape
    Mosey Ape  7 days ago

    Hands down one of the best records of all time.

  • trashiest potato
    trashiest potato  7 days ago

    Who $. Mile Davis.

  • Art Hernandez
    Art Hernandez  7 days ago

    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)

  • Rahim Abdul-Ala
    Rahim Abdul-Ala  7 days ago +1

    Takes me to the 60s when they could play

  • BIGGSHAUN
    BIGGSHAUN  7 days ago +3

    Every real jazz collection starts with this

  • Daniel H
    Daniel H  7 days ago

    ...or Portrait in Jazz

  • James Dalessandro

    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.