Miles: The New Miles Davis Quintet

Miles Davis - Miles: The New Miles Davis Quintet
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April 1, 1956 / Release Date
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By this point in time, it was clear that Miles had perfected a sound. It was still a little bit aways from the sound we all know and love that would make up the majority of his classic run, but it was a nice, pleasant, enjoyable sound nonetheless. Davis' first album with his new quintet, comprising of John Coltrane on tenor sax, Red Garland on piano, Paul Chambers on bass, and Philly Joe Jones on drums, is one filled mainly with covers. The album was made more to push him a little further to ... read more
Miles Davis Deep Dive: #15

My dumb ass hit play and didn't realize shuffle was on so I listened to the entire album after the first track out of order. Minor blunder aside, this wasn't bad. The first track "Just Squeeze Me" is actually quite good, one where value is added by each member of the quartet's performance. The following track "There Is No Greater Love" is a bit of a downer and not all that interesting, while "How Am I to Know" and "S'posin" are ... read more
The first two tracks were fine, How Am I To Know? and S'Posin' are absolute bangers, The Theme was pretty good, and Stablemates wasn't.
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Added on: August 18, 2014