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  1. Arashikree

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    This is wonderful modern orchestral Jazz in which the arrangements and concepts of Gil Evans form the perfect marriage with the trumpet and flugel horn of Miles Davis. This is lyrical Jazz at its best and has been written about more times than can possibly be mentioned.
  2. Moogugor

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    Miles Davis + 19 - Orchestra Under The Direction Of Gil Evans: Miles Davis + 19 - Orchestra Under The Direction Of Gil Evans - Miles Ahead ‎ (LP, Album, Mono, Sai) Columbia: CL US: /5(53).
  3. Sataur

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    Miles Davis & Gil Evans: The Complete Columbia Studio Recordings: The inaugural entry in The Miles Davis Series, this 6-CD box set (released in ) won three Grammy Awards, Best Historical Album, Best Album Notes, and Best Recording Package (Boxed), onlythe second time in Grammy history that was ever achieved. The partnership with Gil Evans spanned to , and encompassed the .
  4. Dunos

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    Dec 14,  · "Springsville," is the first track on Miles Davis and Gil Evans first LP together "Miles Ahead".
  5. Kagadal

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    In , Davis teamed up again with arranger Gil Evans on the album 'Miles Ahead', with a twelve-strong brass orchestra to create one of the great lyrical masterpieces of modern jazz (represented here by the title track, 'Blues For Pablo' and 'New Rhumba').
  6. Kazrara

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    miles davis & gil evans - the complete columbia studio recordings. (/ columbia legacy / sony music / ) 6xcd +74p booklet 6 cds documenting 3 historic albums: miles ahead () porgy and bess () and sketches of spain () plus quiet nights () 'this is as good as it gets. timeless!' - quincy jones.
  7. Gulmaran

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    From their first work together on the Birth of the Cool sessions in , Miles Davis and Gil Evans forged a unique relationship as great soloist and brilliant arranger. The real opportunity to explore their shared vision didn’t come until , however, when Davis had forged a relationship with a major record label able to support it.
  8. Nijar

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    The first in a series of large orchestral collaborations between Miles and Gil for Columbia Records was Miles Ahead (Miles Davis +19). It was recorded in on May 6th, 10th, 23d, 27th and August lijasounesecothibukekaxiqua.xyzinfo an entire semester in college in the late s, I listened to the LP every afternoon and heard something new each time.
  9. Brashura

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    Not the kind of jazz you’d expect from the wild, fusion-birther that is Miles Davis, yet his collaboration with Gil Evans at the baton, Miles Ahead, is regardless a pinnacle record within the Cool Jazz scene, sporting Evans’ knack for both progressive and Third Stream tendencies. It’s relatively soft and inoffensive, delicate horns of a sizeable ensemble envelope Davis’ intimate and passionate tone to .

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