- Title:Miles Davis Quintet. 1965-'68 (Sampler)
- Style:Hard Bop, Modal, Post Bop
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The Complete Studio Recordings of The Miles Davis Quintet 1965–1968 is a box set of six CDs covering the work of Miles Davis and his critically acclaimed second great quintet which featured Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams. The box set includes all songs from, as well as some rehearsal and alternative takes, the albums . Miles Smiles, Sorcerer, Nefertiti, Miles in the Sky and the quintet tracks from Filles de Kilimanjaro and Water Babies
Label: Columbia – CSK 4353. Format: CD, Compilation, Promo, Sampler.
Joe Beck's electric guitar was only a tentative addition to the quintet, but its effect here, after more than three hours of straight acoustic jazz, is almost startling. Traditional jazz purists will of course hear this as the Beginning of the End. And doctrinaire Prog Rock fans may find themselves well out of their comfort zone, always a good place for any true Proghead to be.
The Miles Davis Quintet 1965-'68: The Complete Columbia Studio Recordings, 1998. I Have a Dream, 06:42. Speak Like a Child, 02:25.
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Featuring Miles Davis's 'The Second Great Quintet' with Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams,Live In Europe 1967, Bootleg Vol. 1 is the best historical album of 2012, according to the Downbeat Critics Poll 2012. 180 gram audiophile vinyl. Including 16-page booklet with liner notes by jazz-historian Ashley Kahn and superior packaging. More MILES DAVIS QUINTET. Miles' Quintet lineup of 1965 to '68 is acknowledged as one of the high reference points in 20th century jazz, and its influence continues to reverberate in small group jazz today, and it was the quintet's live performances, as they evolved into Miles' ideal of a "leaderless" jamming ensemble, that truly immortalized them. Live In Europe 1967, Bootleg vol 1 is the best historical album of 2012, according to the Downbeat Critics Poll 2012.
The influence of Miles Davis's "second great quintet," consisting of Davis (trumpet), Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone), Herbie Hancock (piano), Ron Carter (bass), and Tony Williams (drums) continues to resonate. The book provides a critical analytical study of the Davis quintet studio recordings released between 1965-68, including . Miles Smiles, Sorcerer, Nefertiti, Miles in the Sky, and Filles de Kilimanjaro.
Given that the music Miles Davis made with his second great quintet was incredibly rich and diverse, it's nearly impossible to summarize completely and accurately on a single disc. After all, each album had a distinctly different feel and grew musically at an astonishing rate - the kind of growth that is best appreciated by the original albums, or the lavish box set The Complete Columbia Studio Recordings.
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