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Miles Davis - E.S.P. (CD, Album)

25.07.2019
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  1. Miles Davis - E.S.P. - Miles Davis - Eighty-One - Miles Davis laptop, phone or MP3 Player. Live concert albums of your favorite band. Learn how to download music to your computer. mp3. EMD offers a premium experience that includes unlimited access to CD quality music. Free music download to computer. Download Mood by Miles Davis.
  2. After adding saxophonist Wayne Shorter to his new quintet in , Davis led them on a series of more abstract recordings often composed by the band members, helping pioneer the post-bop genre with albums such as E.S.P () and Miles Smiles (), before transitioning into his electric period. During the s, he experimented with rock.
  3. Amandla is an album by jazz musician Miles Davis, released in It is the third collaboration between Miles Davis and producer/bassist Marcus Miller, after Tutu () and Music from Siesta (), and their final album together. The album mixes elements of the genres go-go, zouk, funk and jazz, combining electronic instruments with live gajinnmunilsacoibandis.xyzinfo composition "Mr. Pastorius", featuring.
  4. Miles Davis since the beginnings of his brilliant career as trumpet performer and band leader gave the right importance to the album cover art. In the followings it is presented a selection of album covers sleeves of the most important albums of the great musician. All the images are originals and they are taken from the original LP or CD.
  5. May 14,  · E.S.P., an Album by Miles Davis. Released 16 August on Columbia (catalog no. CS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Post-Bop/5(42).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of E.S.P. on Discogs. Label: Columbia - 2,Columbia - COL 2 • Series: Columbia Jazz Contemporary Masters • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop, Post Bop, Modal/5(35).
  7. Jun 15,  · Miles Davis is to have his live album The Lost Septet released through Sleepy Night Records on CD and digital for the very first time. The album forms the second part of a trilogy of releases that began with the label's Number One jazz album Miles Davis: The Lost Quintet released last year.

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