Davis, Miles - Four & More

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Factory Sealed 1966 360 Stereo Label Original. Light Top Right Corner Bump. “In An Odd Bit Of Programming, Columbia Placed The Ballads From Miles Davis' February 12, 1964, Concert On My Funny Valentine And The Uptempo Romps On This LP. Davis, Probably A Bit Bored By Some Of His Repertoire And Energized By The Teenage Tony Williams' Drumming, Performed Many Of His Standards At An Increasingly Faster Pace As Time Went On. These Versions Of "So What," "Walkin'," "Four," "Joshua," "Seven Steps To Heaven," And Even "There Is No Greater Love" Are Remarkably Rapid, With The Themes Quickly Thrown Out Before Davis, George Coleman, And Herbie Hancock Take Their Solos. Highly Recommended And Rather Exciting Music, It's One Of The Last Times Davis Would Be Documented Playing A Full Set Of Standards.” Scott Yanow, All Music Guide.

Artist: Davis, Miles Title: Four & More Genre: Jazz Type: New - LP Label: Columbia Catalog ID: CS 9253 Country: USA Our ID: 130085
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By from Fair Oaks

04 January 2016

Miles Davis Four & More

Miles at his best! From the same session live date as "My Funny Valentine." Top recommendation.