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Modern Jazz Gang - Miles Before And After album mp3

Performer: Modern Jazz Gang
Title: Miles Before And After
Style: Post Bop, Contemporary Jazz, Cool Jazz
Rating: 4.1
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Miles Davis and the Modern Jazz Giants (PRLP 7150) is an album by Miles Davis, released on Prestige Records in 1959. Most of the material comes from a session on December 24, 1954, featuring Thelonious Monk and Milt Jackson, and had been previously released in the discontinued ten inch LP format.

Modern Jazz Gang: Miles Before and After Label: Adventure LM300/03 12" LP 1960 Design: Umberto Sanfucci. Soundtrack with Chet Baker Label: RCA Camden CMS 30-104 12" LP 1960. Piero Piccioni: New Sound Jazz Label: Cinevox CJ01 12" LP 1960. Quintetto Basso-Valdambrini Label: Fonit EP 4007 7" EP 1961. Gil Cuppini: Confirmation, Solar Label: Meazzi ME03028 7" EP 1961. International Jazz Meeting with Franco Cerri, Barney Wilen . Columbia QPX 8018), and Jazz allo Studio 7 by Romano Mussolini (Ricordi MRJ 8002). LPs from 1961 and 1962.

Miles didn't want him to comp on one tune. There was no hostility, no fighting. I've heard that story many times but those guys had total respect for each other. This collection essentially documents two important summit meetings from some of the greatest individuals jazz has ever known. Hyperbole aside, the results are significant and timeless. Title: Miles Davis And The Modern Jazz Giants Year Released: 1999 Record Label: Prestige Records. Start your music shopping from All About Jazz and you'll support us in the process

Recorded on December 24, 1954 and October 26, 1956 (B1). Released early 1958, simulated stereo copies do exist. Track B3 was previously released as a 10 inch, 16rpm disc.

Miles Davis & The Modern. has been added to your Cart. this is like getting an education in American Jazz just by listening to such great artists who are on this recording.

So much of my listening to modern jazz has been on vinyl, a riveting set at the Nice Jazz Festival this week by Omer Avital, featuring Avishai Cohen on trumpet, brought me up sharply. I had heard the trumpet by Miles and a few others on record, but I had never really heard a modern jazz quintet live in the flesh featuring a first class jazz trumpet, and I was unprepared for how potent an instrument it is, in the right hands Davis and Monk actually did not get along all that well, and the trumpeter did not want Monk playing behind his solos. Both recorded December 24, 1954 – same session.

Modern Jazz can be described as ‘The Decline & Fall of the Chord‘ or ‘The War on Chords‘ – with the ultimate goal of freer improvisation. In the early 20th century, Jazz was tonal. Dixieland Jazz, Bebop, Hard-bop, Cool Jazz – these are all different styles of Jazz, each with their own characteristics and complexities, but they are all tonal. This introduced (along with the album Milestones before it) modality to Jazz. It moved away from the ‘dense’ and ‘thick’ chord heavy compositions of Bebop and moved towards a less busy style of Jazz, with fewer chords and a slower harmonic rhythm. This meant soloist couldn’t rely solely on the chords to get him (or her) through an improvisation, instead he had to create interesting melodies himself. The soloist was free to explore a particular scale or mode without regard for guide tones or avoid notes or any nonsense like that.

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Similarly, ‘modern’ jazz can mean American songbook jazz, contemporary jazz, bebop, post-bop, avant-garde, free, fusion, ECM/Eurojazz, and more. For no great reasons other than utility and brevity, my use of ‘trad jazz’ shall refer to the center of that conglomeration: small-group, multi-horn front line jazz popularized in New Orleans around the 1920s. However, before passing overall quality judgments on modern jazz as compared with trad jazz, you should remember that much of the latter was crap as well. The crap just hasn’t survived to reach us today, since it wasn’t worth all the effort to record and preserve. Later, after I had listened to and gotten into Arturo Sandoval, and Coltrane, and Miles, and Freddie Hubbard, THEN I came back to Woody Shaw and LOVED him and appreciated his genius. I had to find a path of stepping stones to a place where I could like his music.

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