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    Miles Davis We Want Miles

    Columbia (1982)
      • 1. Jean Pierre
      • 2. Back Seat Betty
      • 3. Fast Track
      • 4. Jean Pierre
      • 5. My Man's Gone Now
      • 6. Kix

      This live album from 1982 puts him together with a young Marcus Miller. It is as good as it gets.

      Other Releases by Miles Davis

      Miles DavisSorcerer (1967)Columbia
      LIMITED EDITION OF 2500 INDIVIDUALLYNUMBERED COPIES ON TRANSLUCENTGREEN COLOURED VINYL Brilliant modal jazz album from the vintage year of 1967! 1967...
      • – Pee Wee
      • New Audiophile LP (180 GRAM) MOVLP1865C£30.00
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      Miles DavisBig Fun (1974)Columbia/Legacy
      Recorded between 1969 and 1972, with four different ensembles that include the cream of the crop in Jazz and fusion: Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Chick...
        Miles DavisBitches Brew LiveColumbia
        Miles performs with Chick Corea on electric piano, Dave Holland on acoustic bass and Jack DeJohnette on drums; musicians who  went on to become...
          Miles DavisAghartaColumbia (1975)
          The first of two albums taken from the same concert in 1975, the other being 'Pangaea.' They represent a full stop at the end of Miles'70s experiments...
            Miles DavisMiles Smiles (1966)Music On Vinyl
            Essential mid sixties modal jazz from Miles Davis' all-star mid sixties band! This is the second studio album from the 'second classic quintet' and...
            • – Circle
            • – Footprints
            Miles DavisBlack Beauty (Miles Davis At Fillmore West)Columbia
            Black Beauty the legendary live album recorded in 1970 at Fillmore West, San Francisco when Davis performed the opening act for The Grateful Dead....
              Miles DavisLive - EvilColumbia (1970)
              70's Miles Davis at his most spontaneous, the electric follow up to Bitches Brew. A combination of live and studio tracks produced by Teo Macero.
                Miles DavisGet Up With It (1974)Columbia
                Heavyweight fusion from 74 with Airto, Herbie Hancock, Billy Cobham, Pete Cosey, Keith Jarrett and Carlos Garnett - an allstar lineup if ever.
                  Miles DavisKind of Blue (1959)Columbia
                  There's a good reason that this is the world's most loved jazz album - because it really is an amazingly beautiful record and a perfect exemplar of its...
                  • – So What
                  • – Blue in Green
                  • – All Blues
                  Miles DavisOn The Corner (1972)Columbia
                  Classic super-funky early seventies jazz fusion album from Miles Davis! The Bitches Brew album is famous for being Miles Davis' radical departure from...
                  • – On the Corner/NY Girl/Thinkin/Vote for Miles
                  Miles DavisYou're Under Arrest (1985)Columbia
                  Electric Miles.
                  • – you're under arrest
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                  Miles DavisMiles In The SkyColumbia (1968)
                  The first steps in Miles electric phase - fantastic.
                    Miles DavisBirth Of The CoolCapitol Jazz
                    Back in 1949/50, Miles Davis and eight friends recorded 3 sessions. The results were released as singles, then collected together and released in 1957...
                      Miles DavisDecoy (1984)Music On Vinyl
                      Jazz CLASSIC from '84, originally recorded in '83.Robert Irving III on Keyboard, John Scofield on Guitar and Al Foster on Drums.Pressed on 180g vinyl,...
                        Miles DavisSteamin' With The Miles Davis Quintet (1961)Prestige
                        Recorded in 1956 for Prestige but not released until 1961, with classic line-up: Miles Davis – trumpet John Coltrane – tenor saxophone Red...
                          Miles DavisNefertiti (1967)Columbia
                          Absolute classic album from Miles Davis' 'second classic quintet' with Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Tony Williams...superb! By 1967...
                          • – nefertiti
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                          Miles DavisTutu (1986)Warner Bros
                          Space jazz from the master Special double-CD version consists of a live performance from the Nice Festival in July, 1986 and is previously unreleased.
                            Miles Davis Porgy and Bess (1958)CBS Records
                            Seminal and controversial album recorded under the direction of Gil Evans in 1958. 
                              Miles DavisMilestones (1958)Columbia
                              Seminal modal jazz LP from the late 'fifties featuring John Coltrane!
                              • – Milestones
                              Miles DavisFilles de Kilimanjaro (1969)Columbia
                              This excellent album marks the transition point between Miles Davis' mid-sixties acoustic modal work with his second classic quintet and his early seventies...
                              • – Tout de Suite
                              Miles DavisIn A Silent Way (1969)Columbia
                              Late 60s deep electric jazz. Recommended. With Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Joe Zawinul and Tony Williams.
                                Miles DavisSketches of Spain (1960)Columbia
                                Classic Miles album, produced and arranged by Gil Evans, with a beautiful take on Rodrigo's 'Concierto De Aranjuez'.
                                  Miles DavisBitches Brew (1969)Columbia
                                  Essential classic jazz fusion album! This seminal album set the trend for all those wigged-out, heavy, psychedelic, free-form jazz rock fusion albums...
                                  • – Pharoah's Dance
                                  • – Spanish Key
                                  • – John McLaughlin
                                  Miles DavisA Tribute to Jack Johnson (1971)Columbia
                                  Heavyweight jazz electric fusion soundtrack to film featuring Miles alongside Herbie Hancock, Billy Cobham, Steve Grossman.