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Miles Davis - Kind of Blue FLAC
Performer:
Miles Davis
Album:
Kind of Blue
Released:
1959
Country:
US
Label:
Columbia
Catalog:
CK 64935
FLAC size:
2856 mb
MP3 size:
2969 mb
WMA size:
2413 mb


Tracklist


1Flamenco Sketches09:26
2Flamenco Sketches (Alternate Take)09:32
3Blue in Green05:37
4So What09:22
5All Blues11:33
6Freddie Freeloader
Piano – Wynton Kelly
09:46


Credits


  • Alto SaxophoneJulian Adderley (tracks: A1, B1, C1, D1)
  • BassPaul Chambers
  • Design [For MFSL]John A. Beck
  • DrumsJimmy Cobb
  • Engineer [Recording]Fred Plaut
  • Featuring [With]Bill Evans, Julian "Cannonball", James Cobb, John Coltrane, Paul Chambers , Wynton Kelly
  • Lacquer Cut ByKW
  • Liner NotesBill Evans
  • Mastered ByKrieg Wunderlich
  • Mastered By [Assisted By]Rob LoVerde
  • Photography ByDon Hunstein
  • PianoBill Evans (tracks: A1, B2, D1), Wynton Kelly (tracks: B1)
  • ProducerIrving Townsend
  • Remix [Engineer]Mark Wilder
  • Tenor SaxophoneJohn Coltrane
  • Trumpet, LeaderMiles Davis
  • Written-ByM. Davis
  • Alto SaxophoneCannonball Adderley
  • BassPaul Chambers
  • DrumsJimmy Cobb
  • PianoBill Evans
  • Tenor SaxophoneJohn Coltrane
  • Alto SaxophoneJulian Adderly (tracks: A1, A2, B1, B2)
  • BassPaul Chambers
  • DrumsJames Cobb
  • Liner NotesBill Evans
  • Photography By [Photo]Jay Maisel
  • PianoBill Evans (tracks: A1, A3 to B2), Wyn Kelly (tracks: A2)
  • Tenor SaxophoneJohn Coltrane
  • Trumpet, LeaderMiles Davis
  • Written-ByM. Davis


Album


That may not mean it's the greatest jazz album ever made, but it certainly is a universally acknowledged standard of excellence. 5 tracks 36:05. To be reductive, it's the Citizen Kane of jazz - an accepted work of greatness that's innovative and entertaining. Страна: США. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. It lures listeners in with the slow, luxurious bassline. Kind Of Blue - Miles Davis. His personnel had become stable: alto saxophonist Cannonball Adderley, tenor saxophonist John Coltrane, pianist Bill Evans, long-serving bassist Paul Chambers, and drummer Jimmy Cobb. He also borrowed from Bill Evans, the principal creator of this album, the kind of blue that is reflected in Blue In Green. What is this strange blue glow-as mysterious as Mona Lisas smile Miles said that he had wanted to draw closer to African and Gospel music as well as the blues, but admitted that he had failed in this intention. Next up. Best jazz album, ever. CS 8163. Kind of Blue is a studio album by American jazz trumpeter Miles Davis. Miles Davis - Kind Of Blue 1959. PIAS, SME от лица компании Diggers Factory AMRA, EMI Music Publishing, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, LatinAutor, LatinAutor - UMPG, PEDL, Kobalt Music Publishing, LatinAutor - SonyATV, ASCAP и другие авторские общества 20. LatinAutor, Kobalt Music Publishing, AMRA, UMPI и другие авторские общества 10. Blue in Green. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Miles Davis. 5 tracks 44:22. In part owing. Legal Privacy Cookies Imprint Creator Resources Blog Charts Popular searches. Многими критиками он рассматривается как величайший джазовый альбом всех времён и шедевр Дэвиса. The album features Davis's ensemble sextet consisting of saxophonists John Coltrane and Julian Cannonball Adderley, pianist Bill Evans, bassist Paul Chambers, and drummer Jimmy Cobb, with new band pianist Wynton Kelly appearing on one track in place of Evans. 5 tracks 35:46. Language: English US. Kind Of Blue LP, Album, MPrint, Ter. Nonetheless, he created his most indisputable masterpiece, containing two of the most popular standards of modern jazz, So What and All Blues. It was recorded on March 2 and April 22, 1959, at Columbia's 30th Street Studio in New York City, and released on August 17 of that year by Columbia Records. Язык: Русский. To favorites 65 Download album. Why does Kind of Blue posses such a mystique Perhaps it's that this music never flaunts its genius. Kind of Blue isn't merely an artistic highlight for Miles Davis, it's an album that towers above its peers, a record generally considered as the definitive jazz album. Bassist Paul Chambers from the first quintet remained on board, as did John Coltrane, whom Davis had fired, then rehired after the tenor giant kicked his drug addiction and experienced a spiritual and creative rebirth. SME LatinAutor, Kobalt Music Publishing, Muserk Rights Management и другие авторские общества 18. 7 октября 2008 года он в четвёртый раз получил сертификат платинового диска от Американской ассоциации звукозаписывающих компаний. Davis - Kind Of Blue 1959. Многие музыкальные критики упоминают Kind of Blue не только как наиболее успешный в коммерческом отношении альбом Дэвиса, но и как самую продаваемую джазовую запись всех времён. To be reductive, it's the Citizen Kane of jazz - an accepted work of greatness that's innovative and entertaining. The album features Davis's ensemble sextet consisting of saxophonists John Coltrane and Julian Cannonball Adderley, pianist Bill Evans, bassist Paul Chambers, and drummer Jimmy Cobb, with new band pianist Wynton Kelly appearing on one track in place of Evans. Kind of Blue. Kind of Blue isn't merely an artistic highlight for Miles Davis, it's an album that towers above its peers, a record generally considered as the definitive jazz album. KLP893, KLP-893, KLP - 893. Jazz 1959. By late 1958, Davis employed one of the best and most profitable working bands pursuing the hard bop style. Listen album. Listen free to Miles Davis Kind of Blue So What, Freddie Freeloader and more. Miles Davis. Kind of blue. It was recorded on March 2 and April 22, 1959, at Columbia's 30th Street Studio in New York City, and released on August 17 of that year by Columbia Records. His band played a mixture of pop standards and bebop originals by Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk, Dizzy Gillespie, and Tadd Dameron. Продать эту версию. Sorry, something went wrong. Why does Kind of Blue posses such a mystique Perhaps it's that this music never flaunts its genius. For the last time, Miles called back the pianist who had just left his quintet, and it was Evans harmonic conceptions, inspired by early 20th century European music, that dominated Kind Of Blue. That may not mean it's the greatest jazz album ever made, but it certainly is a universally acknowledged standard of excellence. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2015 180g Vinyl от Kind Of Blue на jazz album, ever

  • Corgustari
I am no jazz aficionado or an audiophile but I read this is the best sounding copy after a six-eye or original. Sounds fantastic to me.
  • Ffrlel
Anyone experience distortion in Blue in green? I have quite a lot of distortion in the middle and end of the track. I tried with two diferent cartridges. with the micro benz is more clear that the denon Copy 13703Update: i return my copy and i got another one number 14033, same problem, pressing issues on the same track. Also returned.. bad luck or poor quality control of mofi?
  • Dagdage
arval Anyone experience distortion in Blue in green? I have quite a lot of distortion in the middle and end of the track. I tried with two diferent cartridges. with the micro benz is more clear that the denonCopy 13703Update: i return my copy and i got another one number 14033, same problem, pressing issues on the same track. Also returned.. bad luck or poor quality control of mofi? What stylus is on your cart and what parts are distorting on the record?
  • Tetaian
As others have noted this pressing sounds absolutely fantastic. No issue with the amount of bass, it’s defined and tight without being overbearing. The horns are just right in the room with you... they’ve got so much energy, presence and texture but never causing any ear fatigue and I have a system that leans towards the high end: VPI Classic Signature with 2m Black cartridge. I’m a bit of a audiophile snob and have numerous top notch records and this stands right up there probably in my top five overall for sound quality. Not to mention the music ain’t too shabby either ;)
  • Oparae
Does the track blue in green sounds normal in your copy?
  • Avarm
Someone said on youtube this is the 3rd best release of this masterpiece. I can't compare it because this is the only one I have, but to my ears, this is absolutely wonderful. Worth every penny!
  • Mavegelv
fborrull Someone said on youtube this is the 3rd best release of this masterpiece. I can't compare it because this is the only one I have, but to my ears, this is absolutely wonderful. Worth every penny! Its very much preference based. Most releases sound great and the top 3 I assume he mentioned were the 6 Eye originals, Classic Records and this. Id also put the RSD Mono edition up there if you dont like Stereo.
  • Yozshugore
Pressing #15347.The one of the jewels of my collection. Whisper quiet, dynamic, beautiful. Flawless pressing.
  • Zainian
A quick first impression reveals my fears and joyous expectations for this pressing.Some have complained about the bass on this release and I was afraid that Krieg would go too nuts on the EQ to really bring out the low end. And I did note that exaggeration when first starting on side 1 ( So What ).The bass is nice but unnecessarily hefty I feel and it seems like drums and horns suffer as a result, losing some of that high end sweetness and realism found on for example my 6 Eye.But I was even more surprised on side 2, because it unexpectedly seemed more neutral and the horns more in their right frequency range while drums shimmer better.Perhaps Im just imagining but I reason the side switching playing a role in how Krieg is able to EQ as well. For the rest of the album its better balanced and we get to appreciate simply hearing more. My 6 Eye can really sound like a bootleg in comparison to the MFSLs stronger parts.And speaking of those strong suits, for this cut its of course the aforementioned bass, and also the separation. We have more intensity and punch in the attacking notes and perhaps the only negative result because of it is that I can hear the limits of the recording (or tape) a lot better here. Piano notes on Blue in Green just want to shine so badly, yet the trailing room reverb just doesnt seem to resolve perfectly in the stereo image and it still sounds too boxed in. This is something I most often dont count as cons however because the pure presence is just much greater and very enjoyable on the MFSL, its simply working with the limitations of the source.I should also mention that if we are to do comparisons we should really limit it to the last 2 tracks as the others are pitched differently depending on what you have, for those of you who didnt know.In the end I have more listening to do but feel satisfied with this purchase, it may not be flawless or the ultimate compromise, but a great sounding record it is and is probably the one I would give the nod to currently. Although Ive yet to hear Grundmans efforts on the Classic Records.One thing that is certain is that my copy is near flawlessly quiet and crackle free.Update:I believe I may be hearing a smidge of tape wear on Freddie Freeloader. On some of, I think its Miles notes, in the center channel there is this soft ripping noise in the top end. Usually groove wear or pressing issues show themselves coming directly from the left or right horizontal plane but this is more high up leading me to believe its something with the source. And we know bad condition the tape was in before the making of this. Just thought I would point that our in case anyone else heard it?Equipment Used:Technics SL-1210GR Turntable Paratrace tipped Nagaoka MP-200Cyrus 2 AmplifierSystem Fidelity SF-3050 Tower Speakers
  • Ranenast
I have #14218. Very quiet and sounds amazing. Definitely worth the $60.
  • HyderCraft
Just received mine from MoFi #13758 Used it to inaugurate my new stylus. This has to be the best quality pressing I have heard of this album. Worth every penny.
  • Porgisk
Thank you for solving the mystery of why mine are translucent. Super indeed.
  • Nahn
You might have a copy pressed on the new "Super Vinyl" from RTI. They just pressed a small batch to test the sound quality. You can tell if you hold it to light and can see through it.
  • Andromajurus
Just bought box #12752 brand new sealed at the XFI show in Holland and this copy is unplayable.The hole is not centered and at 45rpm the needle just can't hold it.POOR Quality control at MFSL ?? Anyone experienced also problems with this or other MOFI LP's ?
  • Iarim
i had copy 13703 and the track "Blue in green" had a lot of distortion, like i never heard before.. like really strong static sound at the start of the track and by minute 3 it went crazy on the left channel. I return it and now I got a copy 14xxx that will be tested soon.
  • Mayno
Mofi gets their records pressed at RTI (..as do 100 other record labels) They generally do good work but vinyl is an imperfect medium in which they do ZERO inspection after a record is pressed. It make sense there are so many issues. If you buy from Mofi or MusicDirect, they will replace defective discs.
  • uspeh
I have just had a nasty experience not only with the a poor pressing but also with the return of the record (nearly ended up getting credit card company involved). Fidelity was amazing, but click / pop wridden Side A / D with B / C near perfect. Finally got a replacement from the seller and its as close as I am going to get, but Side A is the worst side for clicks and pops.
  • Felhalar
This is the best sounding set I own. Enough said.
  • Dainris
Nr. 12312!Silent, perfect records. Instruments very separated, Miles in the middle, drums on the right, piano left. Nice! Or do i like the mono version better?....mmmmmm.....Heavy on the bass though, phew! For me the only flaw.
  • Hra
Awaiting repress by RTI, don’t be fooled into paying over the odds. It will reappear soon.
  • Ganthisc
I hope so! Have heard this pressing is awesome but going to hold off for a bit.
  • nadness
Sounds like I got a bum copy. Mine was dirty, so gave it a wash in the Spin Clean 3 times. Didn't help. Sounded like the dirt was stuck in the grooves. Distortion at the end of one side. I returned it to Soundstage Direct for a refund. Never bought another copy.
  • Ranicengi
Truly superb pressing. I can understand why purists and those who have heard their original copies hundreds or thousands of times would have difficulty adjusting to this version, it sounds as if it were recorded yesterday. A credit to the talented musicians who created such a timeless, complex and accessible masterpiece. If you had never heard another copy this would make an extraordinary reference.Clearly this is not a super limited version but it will eventually be out of press and Miles fans of the future can look forward to hearing how they sounded that day in the 30th Street Studio, if they can get a copy.
  • Malann
#607 is in my collection. I preordered when it was first announced, and waited over two years for it to finally come out (I guess they got sick of me asking about it on Facebook haha, MOFI is great at responding to people). It was worth the wait, sounds better than the original press (especially since the originals were apparently recorded at the wrong speed).
  • greed style
Picked up #10290 here in Austin, TX. I recently upgraded to a Budgie tube phono pre amp and listening on some ATH-M50s. The quality is quite impressive. Being my first MoFI purchase, I'll definitely be on the lookout for others. So glad I spent more on this version instead of picking up the standard reissue you find everywhere.
  • Golkis
Feel terrible for not responding sooner, but now that the Budgie is no longer made, I will say that I'm probably holding on to it for a while now. It's hard to find a barebones tube amp that let's you roll your own tubes. Overall, for someone not going MC with their cartridges and keeping the audio path simple, it's a cool little amp if you can manage to find one now.
  • Adoraris
Off topic but how do you like the Budgie tube preamp? Considering one but without being able to demo in person I've been holding off.
  • Haal
Mine 9180 so yea, probably using them all. Does sound amazing
  • Samuhn
This is an amazing pressing. I thought my Legacy copy sounded pretty great (which was how I was introduced to the album), but this blows it out of water. The clarity and amount of detail present in this pressing is really amazing. Plus it's some of the quietest modern vinyl in my collection.I did, however, have issues with my copy being off-centre. I emailed MoFi and they fixed everything pretty quickly though.It's probably worth noting that I've only heard this and the Legacy pressing, but I don't know how you could do better than what MoFi has done here. I really can't get over it.
  • Skilkancar
Fantastic original master recording. MoFi made some good decisions with this album, making it 45rpm and correcting the speed imbalance on the originals. My major gripe with mine is that the first side is cut hilariously off center. The tonearm wags about 5mm each direction when playing it back. Other than that...this album is nearly dead silent in quiet areas, and there is a lot of detail hiding in lower volumes. You can hear the wood of the drumsticks hitting the cymbals if you listen closely.
  • Mr.Bean
Thats completely unacceptable for a reissue like this, where sound quality is the main priority. I would certainly return it if it was off centre to that degree...
  • Acrobat
Stunning version of this classic. I don't have the best gear to listen to this on, but I'm blown away. A "Must Have" Miles.
  • Ferri - My name
oh yes. this was worth the wait. sounds amazing on my LP12. best vinyl pressing of this I've heard.miss this version at your peril...buy it whilst you can.