Miles Davis - Trumpet Herbie Hancock - Piano and Electric Piano Wayne Shorter - Tenor Saxophone Ron Carter - Bass Tony Williams - Drums. George Benson - Guitar on A2, Paraphernalia. Released on July 22, 1968. SME (от лица компании "Legacy/Columbia"); Rumblefish (Publishing), LatinAutor - UMPG, UBEM, LatinAutor, UMPG Publishing, AMRA, BMI - Broadcast Music In. UMPI" и другие авторские общества (7).
Miles in the Sky is a studio album by American trumpeter and composer Miles Davis, released on July 22, 1968, by Columbia Records. Miles in the Sky was produced by Teo Macero and recorded at Columbia Studio B in New York City on January 16, 1968, and May 15–17, 1968. For the album, Davis played with tenor saxophonist Wayne Shorter, pianist Herbie Hancock, drummer Tony Williams, and bassist Ron Carter. Guitarist George Benson made a guest appearance on the song "Paraphernalia"
Miles In The Sky (Reel, 4tr Stereo, 7" Reel, Album, RE, Lar). SONT 52004, SONT-52004.
The following is printed on the inner label of the LP record: <-"360 SOUND" STEREO "360 SOUND"- (in white lettering, located at the bottom of the inner label on the record). Matrix, Runout (Side A Label): XSM 135818.
1. 9) 51:25 - - - End Side b) Recorded January 16 and May 15-17, 1968 at Columbia Studio B in New York City Personnel: Miles Davis - Trumpet Herbie Hancock - Piano and Electric Piano Wayne Shorter - Tenor Saxophone Ron Carter - Bass Tony Williams - Drums George Benson - Guitar on A2, Paraphernalia Released on July 22, 1968 Produced by Teo Macero Engineering - Frank Laico, Arthur.
The album was entitled Miles In The Sky, with a nod to the Beatles’ song Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds. Original issue: Columbia LP CS 9628 on July 22, 1968 Producer: Teo Macero Engineer: Frank Laico. January 16, 1968 (a) Miles Davis (tpt); Wayne Shorter (ts); George Benson (el-g); Herbie Hancock (p); Ron Carter (b); Tony Williams (d) May 15, 1968 (b) Miles Davis (tpt); Wayne Shorter (ts); Herbie Hancock (p); Ron Carter (b); Tony Williams (d) May 16, 1968. Guitarist George Benson made a guest appearance on the song "Paraphernalia". The album's title was a nod to the Beatles' 1967 song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds
This is the first Miles Davis album to showcase anything resembling jazz-rock. This is the Second Great Quintet, augmented with George Benson on guitar for Paraphernalia. This album has such a great lineup with Herbie Hancock, Tony Williams, Wayne Shorter, and Ron Carter. Hancock is using electric piano for (from what i know) the first time, and Ron Carter using an electric jazz bass. Tony Williams, who was probably the catalyst for Miles going into the jazz-rock direction, utilizing rock beats during certain moments on this album. MILES IN THE SKY often makes me nod my head in indifference. Coming from Miles Davis, a man whom I respect for making jazz inviting and fun, this album is a head-scratcher.
At first listen, Miles in the Sky (1968) is a tough album to digest, because it's purely transitional, with post bop elements, rock beats, avant garde, and ultimately fusion permeating its unique sound. The songs have a groove to them, dominated by its drumming. Brassy, electric, acoustic- it's a little bit of everything.
Miles in the Sky é um álbum de Miles Davis. Birdland 1951 · Miles & Coltrane · Miles Davis Quintet at Peacock Alley · Amsterdam Concert · Miles Davis at Newport 1958 · In Person: At The Blackhawk, San Francisco · Miles Davis at Carnegie Hall · Miles & Monk at Newport · Miles Davis Live in Europe · Live at the 1963 Monterey Jazz Festival · My Funny Valentine · Four & More · Miles in Tokyo · Miles in Berlin · Live at the Plugged Nickel 1965 · Live.