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The Complete In A Silent Way Sessions

Label: Columbia Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: Mademoiselle Mabry, Frelon Brun, Two-Faced, Shhh/Peaceful, In A Silent Way/It's About That TIme, The Ghetto Walk, Ascent

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Miles Davis: The Complete In A Silent Way Sessions

Read "Miles Davis: The Complete In A Silent Way Sessions" reviewed by John Ballon

I never waited as impatiently for a boxed set to be released as I did for this one. I assumed that the only thing that could possibly be better than In A Silent Way was The Complete In A Silent Way Sessions , because there would be so much more of it. Now that I have ...

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Miles Davis: The Complete In A Silent Way Sessions

Read "The Complete In A Silent Way Sessions" reviewed by Aaron Rogers

In March of 1969, Miles Davis told Washington Post journalist Hollie West, “I have to change. It's like a curse." Not only did Davis live up to his Picasso-like evolution in 1969 with the power of a “curse," but his music held the jazz and rock worlds with a spell-binding voodoo. Nowhere in ...

The Complete In A Silent Way Sessions

Label: Columbia Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Disc 1: Mademoiselle Mabry; Frelon Brun (Brown Hornet); Two Faced; Dual Mr. Anthony Tillmon Williams Process; Splash (in unreleased full form); Splashdown (unreleased). Disc 2: Ascent; Directions (Part 1); Directions (Part 2); Shhh/Peaceful (in unreleased full form); In A Silent Way/It

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Miles Davis: The Complete In a Silent Way Sessions

Read "The Complete In a Silent Way Sessions" reviewed by Michael Fortuna

Miles Davis was an innovator from the moment he first picked up the trumpet. But for years, the public didn't have a clear enough picture of Davis' journey from jazz into the rock/funk sounds of James Brown and Jimi Hendrix as well as his use of electric instruments.At the time, all the public knew ...

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Miles Davis: The Complete In A Silent Way Sessions

Read "The Complete In A Silent Way Sessions" reviewed by Jim Santella

Three previously unissued performances and six months of Miles Davis' recording activity mark this 3-CD set as something special. This was a transitional time for the bandleader. It marked the beginning of a fusion. The package documents this period very well. Davis wanted a new sound. With several keyboards and significant changes in personnel, he got ...

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Miles Davis: The Complete In A Silent Way Sessions

Read "The Complete In A Silent Way Sessions" reviewed by Todd S. Jenkins

Another Miles classic re-excavated with grand results. In A Silent Way was an astonishing step further towards a fusion of jazz and rock for Miles Davis, and for jazz in general, when it was released in 1969. The acoustic instruments of Davis, Wayne Shorter, Dave Holland and Tony Williams were combined with John McLaughlin’s electric guitar, ...


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