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Blue In Green - Miles Davis - Kind Of Blue (CD, Album)

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  1. "Blue in Green" is a measure circular form following a 4-measure introduction, and played by soloists in various augmentation and diminution of time values. "All Blues" is a 6/8 measure blues form that produces its mood through only a few modal changes and Miles Davis' free melodic conception.
  2. Miles Davis Kind Of Blue Full Album Full HD p KING RL; 5 videos; 96, views; Last updated on Jul 4,
  3. Artist: Miles Davis Genre: Jazz Release Date: 10/12/ Label: Sony Music Group Catalog Number: Recording: Studio Length: Format: Vinyl LP Note: Blue Colored Vinyl.
  4. Nov 02,  · Another song from Kind of Blue. Another song from Kind of Blue Listen to official albums & more. No thanks. Check it out. Find out why Close. Blue in Green by. Miles Davis .
  5. Kind of Blue isn't merely an artistic highlight for Miles Davis, it's an album that towers above its peers, a record generally considered as the definitive jazz album. To be reductive, it's the Citizen Kane of jazz -- an accepted work of greatness that's innovative and entertaining.
  6. " Blue in Green " is the third tune on Miles Davis ' album, Kind of Blue. One of two ballads on the LP (the other being " Flamenco Sketches "), the melody of "Blue in Green" is very modal, incorporating the presence of the Dorian, Mixolydian, and Lydian modes. This is the only song on which Cannonball Adderley sits out.
  7. Id been a fan to Miles since I was 7. The first tape I listen from him was his final/posthumous album "Doo-Bop" which is an big influence to me. First I went on digging up some albums of him incl. documentaries about him and all of that but Kind of Blue is something I didnt got to until my mid- or late teens at high school.
  8. Dec 31,  · Why this was so is easier to understand when one considers the album’s historical context. The same year Kind of Blue was released, John Coltrane came into his own and, with one foot already out of Miles Davis’ group, developed the charged, unbridled sound that would define the rest of his career. And Ornette Coleman arrived in New York.

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