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Miles Davis And His Orchestra - The Complete Birth Of The Cool album

Miles Davis And His Orchestra - The Complete Birth Of The Cool album
Performer: Miles Davis And His Orchestra
Title: The Complete Birth Of The Cool
Released: 1983
Country: US
Style: Bop, Cool Jazz
Genre: Jazz
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 825
Formats: AIFF APE DTS AHX AAC TTA MP1
MP3 size: 1296 mb
FLAC size: 1324 mb

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Jeru
Written-By – Gerry Mulligan
2:27
A2 Move
Written-By – Denzil Best
3:05
A3 Godchild
Written-By – George Wallington
3:02
A4 Budo
Written-By – B. Powell*, M. Davis*
2:28
A5 Venus De Milo
Written-By – Gerry Mulligan
3:05
A6 Rouge
Written-By – John Lewis
3:07
B1 Boplicity
Written-By – Cleo Henry
2:55
B2 Israel
Written-By – Johnny Carisi*
2:12
B3 Deception
Written-By – Miles Davis
2:42
B4 Rocker
Written-By – Gerry Mulligan
2:59
B5 Moon Dreams
Written-By – C. Macgregor*, J. Mercer*
3:13
B6 Darn That Dream
Written-By – E. Delange*, J. Van Heusen*
3:20

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Lee Konitz
  • Baritone Saxophone – Gerry Mulligan
  • Bass – Al McKibbon (tracks: B3 to B6), Joe Shulman (tracks: A1 to A4), Nelson Boyd (tracks: A5 to B2)
  • Compiled By – Joop Visser
  • Compiled By, Liner Notes – Simon Korteweg
  • Design [Sleeve] – Jan Fijnheer
  • Drums – Kenny Clarke (tracks: A5 to B2), Max Roach (tracks: A1 to A4, B3 to B6)
  • French Horn – Junior Collins* (tracks: A1 to A4), Gunther Schuller (tracks: B3 to B6), Sandy Siegelstein (tracks: A5 to B2)
  • Piano – Al Haig (tracks: A1 to A4), John Lewis (tracks: A5 to B6)
  • Research – Jaap De Rijke
  • Trombone – J.J. Johnson (tracks: A5 to B6), Kai Winding (tracks: A1 to A4)
  • Trumpet, Leader – Miles Davis
  • Tuba – Bill Barber
  • Vocals – Kenny Hagood (tracks: B6)

Notes

Recorded in New York City - A1 to A4, 21 January 1949: A5 to B2, 22 April 1949: B3 to B6, 9 March 1950.
The Original Monophonic Recordings. Audio is mono (despite the stereo rosette on the back of the sleeve). Back has special note by Gerry Mulligan, May 1971.

"A CAPITOL recording, released for its members in Australia by World Record Club."

Australian WRC pressing, sourced from original stampers and featuring unique sleeve art. Not issued in other formats. "UAS 5109" on grey Liberty labels, "R 10388" on sleeve. Two versions exist, one with a red cover, and one in brown - unknown which came first.

World Record Club: Registered Office - 605 Camberwell Road, Hartwell, Victoria, 3124.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 label): M1 11026
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 label): M2 11026
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 runout - handwritten): M1 11026-2 TP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 runout - handwritten): M2 11026 CR

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
M-11026 Miles Davis And His Orchestra The Complete Birth Of The Cool ‎(LP, Comp, Mono, RE) Capitol Records M-11026 US 1972
1855C, M-1- 1026 Miles Davis And His Orchestra The Complete Birth Of The Cool ‎(LP, Comp, Mono, RE) World Record Club, Capitol Records 1855C, M-1- 1026 New Zealand 1976
M-11026 Miles Davis And His Orchestra The Complete Birth Of The Cool ‎(LP, Comp, Mono, RE) Capitol Records M-11026 US Unknown
5C052.80 798 Miles Davis And His Orchestra The Complete Birth Of The Cool ‎(LP, Comp, Mono, RE) Capitol Records 5C052.80 798 Netherlands 1972
DAG 123 Miles Davis And His Orchestra The Complete Birth Of The Cool ‎(LP, Comp, RE) Emidisc DAG 123 Netherlands Unknown

Recorded in New York City, Tracks A1 to A4: January 21, 1949, Tracks A5 to B2: April 22, 1949, Tracks B3 to B6: March 9, 1950. The original Monophonic Recordings. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side B variant 1): M2 11026 HI 0.

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Seven Steps: The Complete Columbia Recordings of Miles Davis 1963–1964 is a box set of studio and concert recordings by Miles Davis for Columbia over a two-year period. It marks the final part of the time of transition between the two "Great Quintet" formations. After dismissing Hank Mobley among others, Davis hired George Coleman; he is featured on the recordings on four of the seven discs.

Birth of the Cool is a cool jazz music boxset, compilation recording by MILES DAVIS released in 1956 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. This album was recorded on 1-21-1949 and 3-9-1950.

On 17 May, Blue Note/UMe will release The Complete Birth of the Cool, documenting the huge creative and cultural importance of the Miles Davis Nonet. The collection marks the 70th anniversary of the initial sessions for the ‘Birth of the Cool’ album, released in 1957 as a collection of recordings from 1949 and 1950. Published on. April 5, 2019. In his 1989 autobiography, he added: Birth was not only hummable but it had white people playing the music and serving in prominent role. e shook people’s ears a little softer than Bird or Diz did, took the music more mainstream. Miles Davis: The Complete Birth of the Cool.

The Miles Davis Nonet didn't last two years and released only four 78s during their lifetime, but these tracks not only mark a vital shift in jazz history, they're some of the most gorgeous arrangements ever put to tape. The deceptively casual "Boplicity" and celestial, shiveringly beautiful "Moon Dreams" still sound startlingly modern decades later. The Complete Birth of the Cool Miles.

Birth of the Cool is the first important leader date from Miles Davis, one of jazz's most seminal figures and farsighted practitioners. Having made his reputation in large measure from playing with bop giant Charlie Parker, Davis confounded expectations when he embraced the "cool" arranging style of Gil Evans, an arranger for Claude Thornhill's band.

Miles Davis’ 1957 album Birth of the Cool is a modern jazz classic, a snapshot of the post-bebop direction that the young trumpeter was beginning to pursue at the ripe age of 22. It was recorded with the Miles Davis Nonet, a rotating cast of musicians that included Max Roach, Lee Konitz, Joe Shulman, and Gerry Mulligan, among others. Now, Blue Note/UMe have announced The Complete Birth of the Cool, a new compilation that brings together every studio and live recording of the Nonet between 1949 and 1950

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