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BIRTH OF THE COOL


Recommendations to the panel of Miles Davis is one that always contains. Miles, state-of-the-art music of Gillespie and Parker was called bebop at the time, was considered too novel to the general public. To “bebop says Miles guys white element normal people sing easily, such as are easily recognizable to anyone, did not like. Of the time, I loved listen casually, the music that is easy to understand a little gentle, I went to have close to the main stream. everywhere. I was, than it did the bird and DiZ, thats that “just. Sure, you may have been impressed with the novel I listened to this album not even know it at the time bebop. But we would know the music of Miles that were produced after this. When I listen to this album after you’ve experienced mountain inspiring giant that can not only Miles that, they sound boring feeling that jazz older normally anyway, I’m terrible not allow followers of other unique Miles I do not have to be. Although seen bought according to the “Recommended”, or because of that, you do not remember listening to the end to put so much care. Title cool, without being aware of the “Miles” The big band of pro-modern jazz, that run of West Coast jazz little a album of the term “the atmosphere of a jazz something”, he was conscious of the Miles I will get bored Totan’ni. Has become BOPLICITY of 8 is “Cleo Henry” composer, this is what in the context of a publisher that Miles had been signed at the time, was Tsukeru in a parody of the name of the mother, the composer of the real Gil and Miles · It is Evans.

  1.  MOVE(Denzil Best)2:32
  2. JERU(Gerry Mulligan)3:10
  3. MOON DREAMS(Chummy MacGregor-Johnny Mercer)3:17
  4. VENUS DE MILO(Gerry Mulligan)3:10
  5. BUDO(Bud Powell-Miles Davis)2:32
  6. DECEPTION(Miles Davis)2:45
  7. GODCHILD(George Wallington)3:07
  8. BOPLICITY(Cleo Henry)2:59
  9. ROCKER(Gerry Mulligan)3:03
  10. ISRAEL(Johnny Carisi)2:15
  11. ROUGE(John Lewis)3:13
  12. DARN THAT DREAM(Delange-Van Heusen)3:26
Recording : CAPITOL JAZZ 1,2,5,7 January 21, 1949, New York

  • Miles Davis:leader and trumpet
  • Kai Winding:trombone
  • Junior Collins:french horn
  • John Barber:tuba
  • Lee Konitz:alto sax
  • Gerry Mulligan:baritone sax
  • Al Haig:piano
  • Joe Shulman:bass
  • Max Roach:drums
Recording : 4,8,10,11 April 22, 1949, New York

  • Miles Davis:leader and trumpet
  • J.J.Johnson:trombone
  • Sandy Siegelstein:french horn
  • John Barber:tuba
  • Lee Konitz:alto sax
  • Gerry Mulligan:baritone sax
  • John Lewis:piano
  • Nelson Boyd:bass
  • Kenny Clarke:drums
Recording : 3,6,9,12 March 9, 1950, New York

  • Miles Davis:leader and trumpet
  • J.J.Johnson:trombone
  • Gunther Schuller:French horn
  • John Barber:tuba
  • Lee Konitz:alto sax
  • Gerry Mulligan:baritone sax
  • Al Mckibbon:bass
  • Max Roach:drums
  • ※add Kenney Hagood:vocal
 
 

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