Miles Davis – Last Miles

This day (September 28, 1991), in Santa Monica, California, died Miles Dewey Davis III a.k.a. Miles Davis, a America trumpeter.

DIGEST

Digest Tracklist :

Miles Davis – Human Nature Jam (Vienne 1991) . DonT Stop Me Now (Paris 1989) . Time After Time (1985) . Bitches Brew (1970) . So What (1964) . Perfect Way . Joshua (1964) . w/ Marcus Miller – Mr Pastorius . Gingerbread Boy (1967) . Round About Midnight (1967) .

TOP 10

Miles Davis Top 10 :

So What . Blue in Green . Freddie Freeloader . All Blues . Flamenco Sketches . ‘Round Midnight . Pharaoh’s Dance . Stella By Starlight . Summertime . Bitches Brew .

SELECTED ALBUMS

Recorded on December 24, 1954 and October 26, 1956, Miles Davis and the Modern Jazz Giants is an album by Miles Davis with Thelonious Monk and Milt Jackson. >>

Recorded on December 4 and 5, 1957, Ascenseur pour léchafaud is an album (featuring the musical cues for the eponymous 1958 Louis Malle film) by Miles Davis. >>

Released on November 22, 1974, Get Up with It is an album (his last before a five years retirement) collecting tracks recorded between 1970 and 1974 by Miles Davis. >>

Released in November 1965, E.S.P. is the first album by Miles Davis and his second great quintet with Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams. >>

Recorded on October 24 & 25, 1966, Miles Smiles is an album by Miles Davis with Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams. >>

Recorded on August 19–21, 1969, Bitches Brew is a studio double album by Miles Davis. >>

Recorded on June 12 & August 13, 1990, You Wont Forget Me is a studio album by Shirley Horn, featuring Miles Davis‘ last appearance as a sideman. >>

Released on August 8, 1989, Back on the Block is a studio album produced by Quincy Jones and featuring many famous artists : Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis, Joe Zawinul, Ice-T, Big Daddy Kane, Sarah Vaughan, Dizzy Gillespie, George Benson, Luther Vandross, Dionne Warwick, Barry White, Chaka Khan, Take 6, Bobby McFerrin, Al Jarreau, Al B. Sure!, James Ingram, El DeBarge, Ray Charles and more. >>

Recorded on August 5, 1955, Quintet / Sextet is a studio album by Miles Davis and Milt Jackson with Jackie McLean. >>

Miles Davis‘ In a Silent Way is a studio album recorded in just one day and released on July 30, 1969. >>

Miles Davis‘ Porgy and Bess is a studio album (featuring arrangements by Davis and Gil Evans from the George Gershwin’s opera) recorded on July 22 and August 18, 1958. >>

Miles Davis‘ Blue Moods is an album recorded on July 9, 1955, together with Charles Mingus and Elvin Jones. >>

On the Corner by Miles Davis is a studio (and his worst-selling ) album recorded on June 1, 6 and July 7, 1972,. >>

Kind of Blue by Miles Davis is a studio album recorded on March 2 and April 22, 1959 >>

Recorded on February 12, 1964 at Philharmonic Hall of Lincoln Center, New York City, My Funny Valentine is a live album by Miles Davis. >>

Recorded between January 31–February 4, 1985 , Aura is a concept album (produced by Danish composer/trumpeter Palle Mikkelborg) by Miles Davis. >>

Released on November 17, 1971, Live-Evil is an album (featuring live and studio recordings) by Miles Davis. >>

Released on September 9, 1985, Youre Under Arrest is an album by Miles Davis. >>

Miles Davis‘ In Europe is an album with Ron Carter, George Coleman, Herbie Hancock and Tony Williams, recorded on July 27, 1963 at Festival Mondial du Jazz in Antibes. >>

Miles Davis‘s We Want Miles is a double album recorded (partly) on July 5, 1981 and released after a five years hiatus. >>

Miles Davis ‘ Decoy is an album recorded on June 30, July 7 and September 5, 10 and 11, 1983 with Robert Irving III, John Scofield and Branford Marsalis. >>

Miles Davis‘ Filles de Kilimanjaro is a studio album recorded on June 19–21 and September 24, 1968. >>

Miles Davis at Fillmore is a live album recorded on June 17 – 20, 1970 at the Fillmore East in New York. >>

Round About Midnight by Miles Davis is an album recorded on October 26, 1955; June 5 and September 10, 1956. >>

Recorded on March 25, 1986, Tutu (in tribute to Archbishop Desmond Tutu) is an album by Miles Davis. >>

Recorded on February 18 and April 7, 1970, Jack Johnson, also known as A Tribute to Jack Johnson, is a soundtrack by Miles Davis. >>

Recorded on November 16, 1955, Miles: The New Miles Davis Quintet is an album by Miles Davis with John Coltrane on tenor saxophone. >>

Released on August 10, 1993, Miles & Quincy Live at Montreux is a Miles Davis collaboration with Quincy Jones for the 1991 Montreux Jazz Festival and the last album recorded by Miles Davis. >>

Miles Davis‘ Doo-Bop is his final studio album marking his turn to hip-hop music and released on June 30, 1992. >>

Recorded on August 11, 1982 & February 3, 1983, Star People is a studio album by Miles Davis. >>

Released on January 17, 1966, Four & More: Recorded Live in Concert is an album by Miles Davis. >>

Recorded on October 5, 1951, Dig is an album by Miles Davis with Jackie McLean, Sonny Rollins and Art Blakey. >>

Recorded on September 29, 1972 at the Philharmonic Hall, New York City, In Concert is a live double album by Miles Davis. >>

Recorded on September 20, 1963, Live at the 1963 Monterey Jazz Festival is a live album by Miles Davis with George Coleman, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams >>

Miles Davis‘ Miles in the Sky is a studio album released on July 22, 1968 and recorded with Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, Tony Williams and George Benson. >>

Miles Davis‘ Nefertiti is a studio (and his last fully acoustic) album recorded on June 7, 22-23 and July 19, 1967. >>

Amandla by Miles Davis is his third (and final) collaboration with Marcus Miller, released on May 18, 1989. >>

Recorded on March 9, 1958, Somethin’ Else is an album by Julian Cannonball Adderley with Miles Davis. >>

Recorded on January 21 & April 22, 1949 and March 9, 1950, Birth of the Cool is an album by Miles Davis‘s nonet. >>

Recorded on November 20, 1959 & March 10, 1960, Sketches of Spain is an album (including an extended version of the second movement of Joaquin Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez) by Miles Davis, >>

Big Fun by Miles Davis is a double album containing tracks recorded between 1969 and 1972 and released on April 19, 1974. >>

Recorded on February 4 and March 4, 1958, Milestones is a studio album by Miles Davis, featuring John Coltrane. >>

Recorded on the afternoon of February 1, 1975 in Osaka, Japan, Agharta is a live double album by Miles Davis. >>

Recorded on October 26, 1956, Cookin’ with the Miles Davis Quintet is an album by the Miles Davis Quintet featuring John Coltrane. >>

Miles Davis‘ Bags’ Groove is an album compiling material from two 10 LPs recorded in 1954, plus two alternate takes recorded on June 29 & December 24, 1954. >>

Walkin by the Miles Davis All Stars, a group led by Miles Davis is an album recorded on April, 3 and April 29, 1954. >>

Recorded in the evening of February 1, 1975 in Osaka, Japan, Pangaea is a live double album by Miles Davis. >>

Recorded on May 11 and October 26, 1956, Relaxin’ with the Miles Davis Quintet is an album by the Miles Davis Quintet featuring John Coltrane. >>

Miles Ahead by Miles Davis is his first collaboration with Gil Evans after the Birth of the Cool sessions, recorded on May 6, 10, 23, 27 and August 22, 1957. >>

Sorcerer by Miles Davis is the third of five albums recorded on May 16–24, 1967, with Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Tony Williams and Ron Carter. >>

Steamin’ with the Miles Davis Quintet is an album recorded on May 11 and October 26, 1956. >>

In Person Friday and Saturday Nights at the Blackhawk by the Miles Davis Quintet is a collection of live performances recorded on April 21 & 22, 1961 at the Black Hawk nightclub in San Francisco. >>

Seven Steps to Heaven by Miles Davis is his eighth studio album recorded April 16-17 and May 14, 1963. >>

Workin’ with the Miles Davis Quintet is an album recorded on May 11 and October 26, 1956 . >>

Recorded on March 30, 1974 at Carnegie Hall in New York City, Dark Magus is a live double album by Miles Davis. >>

Miles Davis at Carnegie Hall is a live album (subtitled The Legendary Performances of May 19, 1961) >>

Recorded March 7, 20, 21, 1961, Someday My Prince Will Come is the seventh studio album by Miles Davis featuring Hank Mobley. >>

MORE VIDEOS

[1971] the Miles Davis Group – that is Miles Davis (t), Gary Bartz (s), Keith Jarrett (ep), MICHAEL HENDERSON (eb), Leon “Ndugu” Chancler (d), Don Alias (p), James Mtume (p) – performs at the Berlin Jazz Festival in West Berlin >> 62 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1988] Miles Davis with Kenny Garrett (as), Benny Rietveld (b), Foley (g), Ricky Wellman (d), Adam Holzman & Joey DeFrancesco (kb) and Marilyn Mazur (perc) perform two sets at the Sala Kongresowa in Warsaw, Poland for the “Jazz Jamboree” >> 53 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1964] the Miles Davis Quintet – that is Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams – is at Teatro dell’Arte in Milan, Italy >> 60 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1981] Miles Davis makes a come-back after a six years hiatus at Shinjuku in Tokyo. His band will feature Marcus Miller (b), Bill Evans (s), Mike Stern (g), Mino Cinelu (perc) and Al Foster (d). >> 41 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1990] Miles Davis (tp, kb) plays with Kenny Garrett (s, fl), Joseph Mccreary (g, voc), Kei Akagi (kb), Richard Patterson (b), Ricky Wellman (d), Erin Davis (perc) at Kunstinsel in Hamburg, Germany >> 43 MINUTES >>

[1969] Miles Davis is with Wayne Shorter, Chick Corea, Dave Holland and Jack DeJohnette at “Juan Les Pins Jazz Festival” in Antibes France >> 64 MINUTES >>

[1985] Miles Davis plays – with Bob Berg (s, kb), Robert Irving III (kb), John Scofield (g), Darryl Jones (b), Vincent Wilburn Jr. (d) and Steve Thornton (perc) – three sets (afternoon and evening) at “Montreux Jazz Festival” in Switzerland >> 64 MINUTES >>

[1984] Miles Davis comes back at “Montreux Jazz Festival” in Switzerland >> 100 MINUTES >>

[1972] the Miles Davis Nonet – that is Miles Davis (tpt), Dave Liebman (s), Reggie Lucas (g), Khalil Balakrishna (sitar), Cedric Lawson (kb), MICHAEL HENDERSON (el-b), Al Foster (d), Badal Roy (tabla), James Mtume (perc) – is at the Village East in New York City >> 28 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1971] the Miles Davis Quintet – that is Miles Davis (tp), Gary Bartz (s), Keith Jarrett (p), MICHAEL HENDERSON (b), Leon “Ndugu” Chancler (d), Don Alias (cga, perc), James Mtume (perc) – performs at Chateau Neuf in Oslo, Norway >> 87 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1967] the Miles Davis Quintet – that is Miles Davis (tp), Wayne Shorter (s), Herbie Hancock (p), Ron Carter (b) and Tony Williams (d) – plays at the Stadthalle in Karlsruhe, Germany >> 65 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1967] the Miles Davis Quintet – that is Miles Davis (tp), Wayne Shorter (ts), Herbie Hancock (p), Ron Carter (b) and Tony Williams (d) – plays at the Konserthuset in Stockholm, Sweden The show will be taped by Sveriges Radio Television. >> 33 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1970] Miles Davis (tp) is with Gary Bartz (s), Chick Corea (elp), Keith Jarrett (elp), Dave Holland (b), Jack DeJohnette (d) and Airto Moreira (perc) at the second “Isle of Wight Festival” at Afton Down, on the western side of the island >> 35 MINUTES on RVM

[1970] Bill Graham presents Miles Davis with Gary Bartz (s), Chick Corea (el p), Keith Jarrett (org), Dave Holland (b), Jack DeJohnette(d) and Airto Moreira (perc) at “The Fillmore at Tanglewood” in Lenox and Stockbridge, MA >> 45 MINUTES on RVM

[1997] Taj Mahal performs in the Miles Davis Hall at Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland >> 75 MINUTES >>

[1973] Miles Davis is with Al Foster (d), Michael Henderson (el b), Pete Cosey (g), Reggie Lucas (g), James Mtume Forman(perc) and Dave Liebman (s, fl) at Shinjuku Koseinenkin Kaikan in Tokyo >> 59 MINUTES >>

[1990] Miles Davis and Kenny Garrett are in Tokyo to perform at the “Greening of the World concert,” organised by Yoko Ono to commemorate the 50th anniversary of John Lennon‘s birth. >> 5 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1969] Miles Davis presents his brand new quintet – Wayne Shorter (s), Chick Corea (ep), Dave Holland (b) and Jack DeJohnette (d) – at the Ronnie Scott’s Club in London (UK). BBC television is due to film part of the set. >> 6 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1973] Miles Davis plays with Dave Liebman (ss, ts, fl), Pete Cosey (g, perc), Reggie Lucas (g), MICHAEL HENDERSON (el-b), Al Foster (d) and James Mtume Foreman (cga, perc) at at the Stadthalle in Vienna, Austria >> 39 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1987] Miles Davis will be with Kenny Garrett (as, fl), Robert Irving III (synth), Adam Holzman (synth), Joe “Foley” McCreary (g), Darryl Jones (el-b), Ricky Wellman (d) and Rudy Bird (perc) at Fabrik in Hamburg, Germany >> 206 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1985] Miles Davis and band are at “Jazztage” in Berlin, West Germany >> 20 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1973] the “Newport Jazz Festival in Europe” tour produced by George Wein stops at Palais des Sports in Paris, France with Miles Davis headlining. >> 62 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1986] the Miles Davis Octet – that is Miles Davis (tp), Garth Webber (g), Darryl Jones (b), Bob Berg (s), Adam Holzman (kb), Robert Irving (kb), Vincent Wilburn (d) and Steve Thorton (perc) – will be at 17th Belgrade Jazz Festival held at “Sava Center” hall in Belgrade, Yugoslavia >> 118 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1982] Miles Davis, Joan Baez, John Denver, Michael Jackson, Carpenters, Count Basie, Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, Ray Charles, Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warnes. They all perform at the 25th Grammy Awards held at Shrine Auditorium. Los Angeles >> 22 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1984] Miles Davis will be at “Umbria Jazz Festival”, Piazza Europa in Terni, Italy >> 5 MINUTES >>

[1985] Miles Davis performs with Bob Berg (ts, ss), John Scofield (g), Robert Irving III (kb), Darryl Jones (b), Vincent Wilburn Jr. (d) and Steve Thornton (perc) at the 1985 Blue Danube Jazz Summit in Hollabrunn, next to Vienna, Austria >> 19 MINUTES >>

[1984] Miles Davis with Bob Berg (ss, ts), John Scofield (g), Robert Irving III (kb), Darryl Jones (elb), Al Foster (d) and Steve Thornton (perc) is filmed by French television at La Pinède in Juan-les-Pins, France >> 85 MINUTES >>

[1989] Chaka Khan will join Miles Davis and his band – that is Rich Margitza (ts), Benny Rietveld (b), Ricky Wellmann (d), Joe Foley McCreary (g), Adam Holzman (kb), Kei Akagi (b) & Monyungo Jackson (perc) – at “Montreux Jazz Festival” in Switzerland >> 11 MINUTES >>

[1991] Quincy Jones, his band and Miles Davis will revisit Miles’music at “Montreux Jazz Festival” in Switzerland >> 59 MINUTES >>

[1958] CBS program “The Robert Herridge Theater” will record Miles Davis with the Gil Evans Orchestra plus a group including John Coltrane at Studio 61 in New York >> 11 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1988] Miles Davis‘ “Summer European tour” stops at “Montreux Jazz Festival” in Switzerland >> 18 MINUTES >>

[1987] the rumour says that Miles Davis will join Prince on stage at Paisley Park Studios, Soundstage in Minneapolis >> 5 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1970] The Voices of East Harlem will open for Miles Davis and Santana at “The Fillmore at Tanglewood” in Lenox and Stockbridge, MA >> 49 MINUTES on RVM

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Wikipedia : This day (September 28, 1991), in Santa Monica, California, died Miles Dewey Davis III a.k.a. Miles Davis, a America trumpeter.

The Official Miles Davis Site :

@ allmusic : Throughout a professional career lasting 50 years, he played the trumpet in a lyrical, introspective, and melodic style, often employing a stemless Harmon mute to make his sound more personal and intimate. But if his approach to his instrument was constant, his approach to jazz was dazzlingly protean

@ last.fm :

@Discogs : Best known for his seminal modern jazz album Kind Of Blue (1959), the highest selling jazz album of all time with five million copies sold.

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