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8 thoughts on “ Miles Davis - Tutu (CD, Album) ”

  1. Miles Davis since the beginnings of his brilliant career as trumpet performer and band leader gave the right importance to the album covers. In the page is presented a selection of album covers sleeves of the most important albums of the great musician. All the images are originals and they are taken from the CD.
  2. 7 Albums ( - ) Miles Davis + Gil Evans. Miles Davis & Gil Evans: The Complete Columbia Studio Recordings Miles Davis – Music From and Inspired by “Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool,” a Film by Stanley Nelson Live in Japan ’ Dingo. November 5, Amandla. May 18, Aura. Music From Siesta. Tutu.
  3. `Tutu', released in was one of Miles' last works and defines his later, `electronic' period. Sometimes criticised for being more the work of the highly talented multi-instrumentalist Marcus Miller than of Miles himself in the same way that `Porgy and Bess' and `Sketches of Spain' might be seen as `Gil Evans Albums', nevertheless Miles' signature style and virtuoso trumpet playing define /5(36).
  4. Product Description [Note: This product is an authorized CD-R and is manufactured on demand] bradilunwartechararisurlongticde.coinfo Amandla doesn't sound like any of the contemporary jazz records of its time, as Miles Davis returns one last time to a leadership role he'd basically abdicated to Fender bassist/multi-instrumentalist Marcus Miller on the preceding Tutu and bradilunwartechararisurlongticde.coinfo plugging in with the cream of his /5(81).
  5. Jun 11,  · Miles Davis’ album Tutu, released in and named for Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa, was a landmark recording for the trumpeter. The richly arranged material from that album and its followup Amandla served to define Davis’ sound for .
  6. Tutu, an Album by Miles Davis. Released in on Warner Bros. (catalog no. 9 ; CD). Genres: Jazz Fusion, Jazz-Funk.
  7. May 15,  · Last updated on May 15, Tutu is an album by American jazz trumpeter Miles Davis, released in by Warner Bros. Records. It was recorded primarily at .
  8. It is the third collaboration between Miles Davis and producer/bassist Marcus Miller, after Tutu () and Music from Siesta (), and their final album together. The album mixes elements of the genres go-go, zouk, funk and jazz, combining electronic instruments with live musicians.

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