Workin' with The Miles Davis Quintet

Miles Davis Quintet - Workin' with The Miles Davis Quintet
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Based on 2 reviews
1959 Ratings: #2 / 9
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Based on 54 ratings
1959 Ratings: #9
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September 1, 1959 / Release Date
LP / Format
Jazz, Hard Bop / Genres
Miles Davis / Primary Artists
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The third of the four albums Miles' First Great Quintet recorded over the course of two days to fulfill his contractual obligations with Prestige, and it is arguably the most essential of the bunch, and definitely the one that is seen as the biggest classic of the four (which is definitely saying something). And the verdict is... yep, it's good.

Yeah, this shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone. I mean, at this point I think it's safe to say that I've become a fan of Miles Davis' music, and ... read more
Workin’ With The Miles Davis Quintet Is Probably The Most Emotionally Potent Record The Quintet Came Out With.

The Record Starts With One Of Davis’ Best And Most Underrated Songs “It Never Entered My Mind”. The Song Is Filled With So Much Emotion & Dread, Telling An Incredibly Personal Tale That Words Don't Need To Tell.

The Record Goes On With Some Pretty Great Songs. The Other Songs Are Much More Energetic & Robust! I Am Quite Fond Of Coltrane’s ... read more
Probably my favourite release form the Miles Davis Quintet i've heard so far.
I love the first track.
Davis, Garland, Coltrane, Chambers and Philly Joe Jones. Recorded May 11 and October 26 1956.
The first track is so beautiful... you should listen it now!
But rest of the album is a little boring...
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Added on: August 18, 2014