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    Miles Davis Volume 2 (1955)

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    • Miles Davis – Take Off
    • 1. Take Off
    • 2. Weirdo
    • 3. Would'n You
    • 4. I Waited For You
    • 5. Ray's Idea (Alternate Master)
    • 6. Donna
    • 7. Well You Needn't
    • 8. The Leap
    • 9. Lazy Susan
    • 10. Tempus Fugit (Alternate Master)
    • 11. It Never Entered My Mind

    Miles Davs+ Jackie McClean, Jimmy Heath, Art Blakey, Horace Silver + more. Blue Note, 1955

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            Miles DavisLive - EvilColumbia (1970)
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              Miles DavisGet Up With It (1974)Columbia
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                Miles DavisMiles In The SkyColumbia (1968)
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                  Miles DavisWe Want MilesColumbia (1982)
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                      Miles DavisNefertiti (1967)Columbia
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                          Miles DavisIn A Silent Way (1969)Columbia
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