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Article: Album Review

Gui Duvignau: 3,5,8

Read "3,5,8" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


As a youngster, French bassist Gui Duvignau was exposed to several disparate cultures and musical forms thanks to his adventure seeking parents' relocations to Morocco, Brazil, Portugal and back to Paris before landing in Boston, MA., to attend the Berklee School of Music, and subsequently ending up in New York City. Duvignau advises that in his ...

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News: Recording

Miles Davis' 'Kind Of Blue' Was Released 60 Years Ago This Week

Miles Davis' 'Kind Of Blue' Was Released 60 Years Ago This Week

Sixty years after the release of one of the most iconic albums of all time, we look back on the legacy of Miles Davis' Kind of Blue, and the cultural impact it had on music, race, and beyond. Guest post by Caleb J. Murphy of Soundfly's Flypaper Sometimes an album comes along that changes things — ...

Album

Kind of Blue

Label: Music On Vinyl
Released: 2015

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Article: Album Review

Miles Davis: Kind of Blue

Read "Kind of Blue" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski


In any kind of art form, music including, there are pathfinders who probe new territory and establish new trails, and this breed of people is indeed of a rare kind than the many who follow behind and eventually benefit from their trailblazing. One such pathfinder in the 20th century music was the great Miles Davis.Throughout his ...

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Kind Of Blue

Label: Columbia Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Disc 1: So What; Freddie Freeloader; Blue In Green; All Blues; Flamenco Sketches; Flamenco Sketches (alternate take); Freddie Freeloader (Studio Sequence 1); Freddie Freeloader (False Start); Freddie Freeloader (Studio Sequence 2); So What (Studio Sequence 1); So What (Studio Sequence 2); Blue In Green (Studio Sequence); Flamenco Sketches (Studio Sequence 1); Flamenco Sketches (Studio Sequence 2); All Blues (Studio Sequence). Disc 2: On Green Dolphin Street; Fran-Dance; Stella By Starlight; Love For Sale; Fran-Dance (alternate take); So What. Disc 3: So What (vinyl side A); Freddie Freeloader (vinyl side A); Blue In Green (vinyl side A); All Blues (vinyl side B); Flamenco Sketches ((vinyl side B).

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Article: Album Review

Miles Davis: Kind of Blue

Read "Kind of Blue" reviewed by Doug Collette


Even as the period photos of Miles Davis and co., taken in the studio and on the stage around the time of Kind of Blue (Columbia, 1959), place the music of this Legacy Edition squarely in its time, two excellent sets of liner notes alternately expound upon and contemplate the ongoing influence of this hallmark album, ...

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Article: Album Review

Miles Davis: Kind Of Blue

Read "Kind Of Blue" reviewed by Jeff Stockton


If you're reading this, chances are you already own a copy (or copies) of Kind Of Blue, widely acknowledged to be the best-selling jazz record of all time. The funny thing, and what makes it a phenomenon, is how many people who don't visit All About Jazz own a copy of the record. It's usually the ...

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Kind of Blue

Label: Sony Music
Released: 2005
Track listing: So What; Freddie Freeloader; Blue in Green; All Blues; Flamenco Sketches; Flamenco Sketches (alternate take).

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Article: Album Review

Miles Davis: Kind of Blue

Read "Kind of Blue" reviewed by Jim Santella


Columbia's latest release of this essential album includes the original liner notes by Bill Evans, a new liner note essay by Robert Palmer, a bonus track alternate take of “Flamenco Sketches," a 25-minute documentary DVD on Kind of Blue, and the original music itself. It sounds as good today as it did 46 years ...

Album

Kind of Blue

Label: Columbia Records
Released: 1999
Track listing: So What; Freddie Freeloader; Blue In Green; All Blues; Flamenco Sketches; Flamenco Sketches (Alternate Take)


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