Recorded in New York City, Tracks A1 to A4: January 21, 1949, Tracks A5 to B2: April 22, 1949, Tracks B3 to B6: March 9, 1950. The original Monophonic Recordings. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side B variant 1): M2 11026 HI 0.
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Seven Steps: The Complete Columbia Recordings of Miles Davis 1963–1964 is a box set of studio and concert recordings by Miles Davis for Columbia over a two-year period. It marks the final part of the time of transition between the two "Great Quintet" formations. After dismissing Hank Mobley among others, Davis hired George Coleman; he is featured on the recordings on four of the seven discs.
On 17 May, Blue Note/UMe will release The Complete Birth of the Cool, documenting the huge creative and cultural importance of the Miles Davis Nonet. The collection marks the 70th anniversary of the initial sessions for the Birth of the Cool album, released in 1957 as a collection of recordings from 1949 and 1950. When Davis was later asked about the Birth of the Cool title, he said: I think what they really meant was a soft sound. To play soft you have to relax. In his 1989 autobiography, he added: Birth was not only hummable but it had white people playing the music and serving in prominent role. e shook people’s ears a little softer than Bird or Diz did, took the music more mainstream.
Birth of the Cool is a cool jazz music boxset, compilation recording by MILES DAVIS released in 1956 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. This album was recorded on 1-21-1949 and 3-9-1950. The final track, "Darn That Dream" (the only song with vocals, by Hagood), was included with the other eleven on a 1971 LP. Thanks to snobb, js for the updates.
Davis’ seminal Birth Of The Cool was recorded in 1949-1950, with a group including Gerry Mulligan, Lee Konitz, Max Roach, John Lewis and arranger Gil Evans; the album was released in 1957. Though Complete Birth Of The Cool, which includes a remastered version of Birth of Cool alongside live session recordings from 1949-1950, was released digitally in 1999, this marks its first vinyl release. 1. Birth of the Cool Theme 2. Symphony Sid Announces the Band 3. Move 4. Why Do I Love You 5. Godchild 6. Symphony Sid Introduction 7. S’il Vous Plait. Side D. Moon Dreams 2. Budo (Hallucination) 3. Darn That Dream 4. Move 5. Moon Dreams 6. Budo (Hallucinations).
Compilation album by. Miles Davis. Davis' first records released under his own name were recorded with Parker's band, in 1947, and were more arranged and rehearsed than Parker's usual approach to recording. Miles Davis – Birth of the Cool Complete Score Book. pp. 2–3. ISBN 978-0-634-00682-1.