Miles Davis And His Band - My Old Flame mp3 album
Title: My Old Flame
Style: Hard Bop
Date of release: 1952
Size MP3: 1123 mb
Size FLAC: 1331 mb
Format: TTA ASF AC3 VQF AA MP2 RA
Live-Evil is an album of both live and studio recordings by American jazz musician Miles Davis. They were performed as lengthy, dense jams in the jazz-rock style, while the studio recordings were renditions of Hermeto Pascoal compositions. The album was originally released on November 17, 1971.
Miles Davis And His Orchestra. 1-9. –Miles Davis And His Orchestra. Very similar to Miles Davis - My Old Flame, but with SPARS code ADD. (The other release says DDD, which is certainly a mistake, since digital recording equipment didn't exist when these tracks were recorded.
Dig is an album by Miles Davis on Prestige Records, catalogue number 7012. It features tracks from a 1951 session at Apex Studios, remastered in 1956 by Rudy Van Gelder. First released in the twelve-inch format in 1956, Dig was later reissued as a compact disc with additional tracks. The original album was later released as Diggin' with the catalogue number PR 7281 and a different cover
Milestones of a Jazz Legend - Miles. My Old Flame Blue Lamp.
Old Flame songs download, free online mp3 listen. Barney Kessel Plus Big Band - My old Flame. Tal Farlow - My Old Flame. Hank Thompson - Whatever Happened to Mary. album: Just An Old Flame. Land of Milk and Honey. album: Wolf in the Heather. Mi-ae Stein - Old Flame. Miles Davis - My Old Flame. album: Rooftop Storys. Crash Bass - Old Flame. Jo Stafford - My Old Flame. album: The Best Hits. album: Pussy Cat. Chet Baker - My Old Flame. Billie Holiday, Billie Holiday, Eddie Heywood and His Orchestra, Eddie Heywood And His Orchestra - My Old Flame. album: Come Rain or Come Shine. John Kirby and His Orchestra, John Kirby and His Orchestra feat. Shirley Moore - My Old Flame. album: John Kirby: 1945-1946.
1 more album featuring this track. Konitz is sometimes regarded as the preeminent cool jazz saxophonist, because he performed and recorded with Claude Thornhill, Lennie Tristano (both often cited as important cool jazz proponents of the mid 1940s), and with Miles Davis' on his epochal Birth of the Cool, which gave the form its name. Konitz has also been repeatedly noted as one of the few jazz saxophonists of the late 1940s and 1950s who did not seem imitative of the massively influential Charlie Parker.
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Davis dubbed him Moe, a button-down name that fit Evans’ horn-rimmed, serious appearance. It was 1958: Davis had just hired the pianist for his on-fire sextet and the taunting began. But this time, there was an uncommon twist. After years on the short end of the American racial equation, the trumpeter found himself leading one of the world’s most popular black jazz bands with a lone white sideman
|A||My Old Flame (Pt. 1)|
|B||My Old Flame (Pt. 2)|
- Alto Saxophone – Jack McLean*
- Bass – Tommy Potter
- Drums – Art Blakey
- Piano – Walter Bishop*
- Tenor Saxophone – Sonny Rollins
- Trumpet – Miles Davis
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): 233-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): 233-2
|766||Miles Davis And His Band||My Old Flame (Shellac, 10", Promo)||Prestige||766||US||1952|