Miles Davis Volume 2

Miles Davis - Miles Davis Volume 2
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JustSomeGuy
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Vol. 2 is what I would call Miles Davis' first success. Up to this point, he wasn't exactly the most exciting artist in the jazz genre, pretty much going solely with all the usual tropes and rarely ever straying too much from the usual bebop style, and while Vol. 2 is still very conventional and nothing too great, it does prove that the musicianship of Miles and the other musicians are really good. This is the album where Miles starts to become himself. It may be a while before he would get ... read more

koner1
56

Miles Davis Deep Dive: #5

I have very little to say about this that I haven't already said about his previous albums. Volume 2 is another six track, 22 minute passive listen. Same layout of tracks as his previous release (4 bops, 2 slower), but again nothing to write home about. I suppose the only additional thing to point out is "I Waited for You", which is probably the sleepiest song of his I've heard yet. At least it didn't take up much of my time, I guess.

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Track List

  1. Tempus Fugit
  2. Enigma
  3. Ray's Idea
  4. Kelo
  5. I Waited for You
  6. C.T.A.
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Added on: March 2, 2017