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Miles Davis
Greatest Hits Vol 5 (FULL ALBUM - BEST OF JAZZ)

00:00 Four
04:06 Four -Take 2-
11:18 Oleo
16:27 No Line
22:06 Vierd Bues
28:57 Stablemates
34:15 Trane's Blues
42:41 Surrey With the Fringe On Top
51:43 Ahmad's Blues
59:01 Woodyn' You
01:03:54 When I Fall In Love
01:08:14 The Theme
01:14:01 The Theme -Take 2-
01:15:06 Well, You Needn't
01:21:22 Half Nelson
01:26:06 Blues By Five
01:36:01 If I Were a Bell
01:44:07 Dr Jackle
01:52:58 You're My Everything
01:57:44 I Could Write a Book

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Miles Davis, famous jazz trumpeter, composer and bandleader, was born 26 May 1926 in Alton, Illinois. He moved to New York in 1944 and studied at Juilliard. He left school and entered the jazz society of New York, meeting such famous musicians as Thelonious Monk, Charlie Parker and Charles Mingus. His record debut came in 1946. Miles soon became a major figure of jazz.

He changed the directions of jazz several times, recording albums such as "Birth Of The Cool" (1949) which started the cool-jazz era, "Milestones" (1953), "Kind Of Blue" (1959) which was the beginning of modal jazz, orchestral jazz masterpieces such as "Porgy And Bess" (1958) and "Sketches Of Spain" (1961), "In A Silent Way" (1968) and "Bitches Brew" (1969) - the first jazz/rock fusion albums. He collaborated with famous jazz players such as: Bill Evans, John Coltrane, Chick Corea, Philly Joe Jones, Joseph Zawinul, Paul Chambers, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, John McLaughlin, Keith Jarrett and others. He retired from music in 1975 due to hip problems as well as his problems with drug addiction. He recovered and returned to music in 1980, collaborating with producer Marcus Miller and recording new, intriguing albums such as electronic-driven Tutu or Amandla, as well as Spanish-flavored music for Siesta (1987). Miles Davis is now arguably one of the greatest and most important jazz musicians of all time.

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