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|1. Concierto de Aranjuez (Adagio)|
|2. Will O' The Wisp|
|3. The Pan Piper|
|6. Song Of Our Country|
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Miles Davis's impact on jazz is almost incalculable. From his early days as a sideman for Charlie Parker, through his groundbreaking Birth of the Cool sessions, to his stunning small groups of the '50s and '60s, through to his electric renaissance, the trumpeter, bandleader, and composer has left a deep mark on all who came after. He is one of jazz's true giants. Sketches of Spain, though one of Davis's most commercially successful sessions, is also one of his most controversial. Re-teaming with arranger and composer Gil Evans, who played such a pivotal role in Davis's 1949 Birth of the Cool recordings, Davis recorded a series of large group albums beginning in the late '50s, including Porgy and Bess, Miles Ahead, and Quiet Nights. Sketches of Spain, with its emphasis on flamenco, rich orchestrations, and relaxed tempos, is certainly one of Davis's most mellow recordings (he even works out on fluegelhorn), and proved to have broad appeal. To some critics, however, the project was "elevated elevator music." An expanded version of the album, featuring alternative tracks and unreleased material, was issued in 1997 by Columbia Legacy. --Fred Goodman
It was amazing! I got it in two days and it was a nice quality I really recommend thisPublished 12 months ago by Kirstin
Album is awesome, arrived as described.
Album arrived in good time.
An awesome addition to my vinyl record library.
Unless you own a SuperAudio CD player, makes sure you order the $9 version of this CD. You will try and try and try to get it to work in your CD player only to discover it will... Read morePublished on Sept. 4 2005
Unless you own a SuperAudio CD player, makes sure you order the $9 version of this CD. You will try and try and try to get it to work in your CD player only to discsver it will... Read morePublished on Sept. 4 2005
The reviewers that talk about playing Relaxin or Kind of Blue hundreds of times
but this only a dozen really sum up this great album. Read more