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Miles Davis - Greatest Hits [Columbia 1997]
Miles Davis
Miles Davis - Greatest Hits [Columbia 1997]
Genres: Jazz, Pop
 
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All Artists: Miles Davis
Title: Miles Davis - Greatest Hits [Columbia 1997]
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Sony
Release Date: 12/9/1997
Genres: Jazz, Pop
Styles: Cool Jazz, Bebop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 074646541821, 5099706541820

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FANTABULOUS BEEFED UP AND EXPANDED MILES
mason williams | bloomington, in USA | 08/07/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I JUST WANTED TO LET PEOPLE THAT MAY BE FAMILIAR WITH THE ORIGINAL LP KNOW THAT THIS CD IS DIFFERENT FROM THE VINYL ISSUE. THE LAST TRACK IS A TOTALLY DIFFERENT RECORDING. ALSO MANY OF THE OTHER TUNES, WHILE IN THE SAME RUNNING ORDER, ARE ACTUALLY EXPANDED TO THE ORIGINAL UNEDITED LENGTH. THE LP RUNS AROUND 32 MINUTES, THIS CD IS 77 MINUTES. THE ORIGINAL LP WAS A COMPILATION GEARED AT COLLEGE AGE HIPPIES. IT WAS SUPPOSED TO GIVE THEM SOMETHING TO GET STONED TO BESIDES THE ALLMAN BROTHERS AND JIMI HENDRIX. HOPEFULLY THIS PERFECT "BEST OF" WILL SERVE A SIMULAR PURPOSE. THERE IS NOT A BETTER SINGLE DISC OVERVIEW AVAILABLE."
Great intro to Miles
07/08/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Not knowing much about jazz, I decided to learn. This CD was my first taste of Miles and I love it. Not only is he a great trumpeter, but the songs are sweet, complete with phat rhythms and terrific musicians. So, if you're starting out in jazz, I suggest you buy this very cool album."
Yet Another Welcome Introduction To A Jazz Master
Anthony G Pizza | FL | 05/11/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Unlike jazz contemporaries Dave Brubeck and bandmates Cannonball Adderly and Herbie Hancock, Miles Davis never had a Top 40 hit single. Moreover, his best-known tracks are heard best within the context of their original albums. "Kind of Blue" has kindled more interest in Miles' music, and jazz generally, than any best-of collection could attempt.Even so, this is an excellent sampler of Miles Davis first 15 years on Columbia Records. Two "Kind of Blue" tracks are heard live in grittier, wider versions than on that legendary CD. Miles' influential ballad style shows up on the haunting "My Funny Valentine." And "Walkin'" here is from a live Antibes, France concert Lp featuring a young Tony Williams on drums.Those unfamiliar with Miles' music should use this as a springboard to Miles' most accessible music. Those owning "Kind of Blue," but no other Miles albums, should get this to sample other Miles moods and styles. A recommended purchase either way."