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Old 06-27-2017, 06:01 PM   #471 (permalink)
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Not exactly Miles but have you heard the album Terje Rypdal, Miroslav Vitous, Jack Dejohnette?

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Old 06-27-2017, 09:30 PM   #472 (permalink)
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Difficult question and the only real answer is more Miles Davis.
It was proceeded by Kilamanjaro and followed by Bitches Brew so if there's another Miles record with that sort of proto-ambient style what is it? I haven't listened to everything they've released of his but pretty damn close.

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I think this is one I should know but I don't. Just scanning it on Spotify, sounds brilliant. Thank you.

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Not exactly Miles but have you heard the album Terje Rypdal, Miroslav Vitous, Jack Dejohnette?
No I haven't, thanks.
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Old 06-27-2017, 09:46 PM   #473 (permalink)
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Check out Big Fun, I'm listening to it for the first time right now and it's ****ing great. On the Corner is pretty sweet but it's much more funky and doesn't have as much variety as some of the other albums. Be sure to check out the complete In a Silent Way and Bitches Brew sessions too. This is pretty different from In a Silent Way but I've always loved Live - Evil. Just listen to it all, dude.

Since it's your thread, I'll dump some Spotify links:
Miles Davis - Big Fun
Miles Davis - On the Corner
Miles Davis - The Complete In a Silent Way Sessions
Miles Davis - The Complete Bitches Brew Sessions
Miles Davis - Live - Evil
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Old 06-27-2017, 09:53 PM   #474 (permalink)
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I appreciate it. I am familiar with all that stuff.
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Old 06-27-2017, 10:20 PM   #475 (permalink)
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Ja I realized after I posted it that I had misread your post a bit.

Still, Recollections is basically Music for Airports' dad.
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Old 06-27-2017, 10:59 PM   #476 (permalink)
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Most of the 1973-75 material on The Complete On the Corner Sessions sounds tame by comparison to those three albums.But the box set also contains Davis's acid-funk band's only studio album, Get Up With It, which includes a meditational homage to Duke Ellington, He Loved Him Madly - a half-hour-long track that Brian Eno has quoted as a major influence on his ambient direction.
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Old 06-28-2017, 06:26 PM   #477 (permalink)
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More from Terje Rypdal - What Comes After

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Old 07-01-2017, 08:59 PM   #478 (permalink)
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^ Aha! Time for me to play again that album you sent me ages ago.

Meanwhile, here's a track from Blue Camel, a 1992 album which brought together Rabih Abou Khalil (oud), Charlie Mariano (alto sax) and Kenny Wheeler (trumpet/ flugelhorn). That thing I never quite remember about the sum of the parts being greater really applies in this case: individually these three didn't do anything else quite as interesting as this consistently good album - or if they did, they never showed it to me, the b*stards !!

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Old 07-16-2017, 11:20 AM   #480 (permalink)
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I am such a sucker for Summertime. I mean, I believe that Summertime is a song that is truly madly deeply one of the few jazz standards song. So, I recommend Summertime by Sidney Bechet for the instruments, Summertime by Dionne Warwick & Summertime by Billie Holiday for jazz and a bit of blues and Summertime by Janis for the bluest of the blues.
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