Miles Davis The Complete Birth of The Cool 2LP
Miles Davis The Complete Birth of The Cool 2LP Miles Davis The Complete Birth of The Cool 2LP
Genre: Jazz
Label: Capitol
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,

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Miles Davis The Complete Birth of The Cool 2LP

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Classic Album Plus Live Material On Double LP!
Includes 1948 Live Set On Vinyl For The First Time!


In honor of the 70th anniversary of its original singles in 1949, The Complete Birth of the Cool by Miles Davis is being released on 2LP. The record features Miles Davis' classic Birth of the Cool as well as a second LP of live material from 1948, previously unreleased on vinyl. Legendary Jazz saxophonist Gerry Mulligan and Jazz historian Phil Schaap provide liner notes on the project, which were originally published in 1998.

The sessions, in a nondescript basement room behind a Chinese laundry in midtown Manhattan, saw a group of kindred spirits and jazz modernists come together to form a groundbreaking collective. They included the jazz-headliners-to-be Gerry Mulligan, Lee Konitz, Max Roach, John Lewis, arranger Gil Evans and, of course trumpeter Miles Davis, then 22, who became the bandleader, helming a creative project for the first time. The nine-piece group worked together in the studio and on stage in 1949 and 1950 to little public reaction at first. It was only seven years later, when their music came together on a full LP for the first time, that its impact was fully realized.

The package features a wrapped gatefold jacket with laminated coating, as well as a brand new retrospective essay by Ashley Kahn, the author of Kind of Blue: The Making of the Miles Davis Masterpiece. "Birth of the Cool was a proving ground of instrumental talent and of approaches," writes Kahn. "Each of its participants would develop ideas that came from the project in their own disparate way, collectively leading jazz into a brave, postbop world in the years that followed." Jazz historian Dan Morgenstern adds: "There can be little doubt that these records triggered the advent of a successor style to bebop."

When Davis was later asked about the Birth of the Cool title, he said: "I think what they really meant was a soft sound. Not penetrating too much. To play soft you have to relax…" In his 1989 autobiography, he added: "Birth [of the Cool] was not only hummable but it had white people playing the music and serving in prominent roles…we shook people's ears a little softer than Bird or Diz did, took the music more mainstream."

Features:
• Double LP
• Original album plus a second LP of live material from 1948, previously unreleased on vinyl
• Wrapped gatefold jacket w/laminated coating
• Liner notes by Gerry Mulligan and Jazz historian Phil Schaap
• Made in Canada

Musicians:
Side One, 1-2 & 5; Side Two, 1:
Recorded January 21, 1949, in New York City

Miles Davis, trumpet
Kai Winding, trombone
Junior Collins, French horn
John Barber, tuba
Lee Konitz, alto sax
Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax
Al Haig, piano
Joe Shulman, bass
Max Roach, drums
Side One, 4; Side Two, 2, 4-5:
Recorded April 22, 1949, in New York City

Miles Davis, trumpet
J.J. Johnson, trombone
Sandy Siegelstein, French horn
John Barber, tuba
Lee Konitz, alto sax
Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax
John Lewis, piano
Nelson Boyd, bass
Kenny Clarke, drums
Side One, 3 & 6; Side Two, 3 & 6:
Recorded March 9, 1950, in New York City

Miles Davis, tumpet
J.J. Johnson, trombone
Gunther Schuller, French horn
John Barber, tuba
Lee Konitz, alto sax
Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax
Al McKibbon, bass
Max Roach, drums
Kenny Hagood, vocal
Sides Three & Four:
Recorded live September 4th and September 18th, 1948, at The Royal Roost in New York for WMCA radio broadcast

Miles Davis, trumpet
Mike Zwerin, trombone
Junior Collins, French horn
Bill Barber, tuba
Lee Konitz, alto sax
Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax
John Lewis, piano
Al McKibbon, bass
Max Roach, drums
Kenny Hagood, vocal

Selections:
Side One:

1. Move
2. Jeru
3. Moon Dreams
4. Venus De Milo
5. Budo (Hallucinations)
6. Deception
Side Two:
1. Godchild
2. Boplicity
3. Rocker
4. Israel
5. Rouge
6. Darn That Dream
Side Three:
1. Birth Of The Cool Theme
2. Symphony Sid Announces The Band
3. Move
4. Why Do I Love You
5. Godchild
6. Symphony Sid Introduction
7. S'il Vous Plait
Side Four:
1. Moon Dreams
2. Budo (Hallucination)
3. Darn That Dream
4. Move
5. Moon Dreams
6. Budo (Hallucinations)
Description
Classic Album Plus Live Material On Double LP!
Includes 1948 Live Set On Vinyl For The First Time!


In honor of the 70th anniversary of its original singles in 1949, The Complete Birth of the Cool by Miles Davis is being released on 2LP. The record features Miles Davis' classic Birth of the Cool as well as a second LP of live material from 1948, previously unreleased on vinyl. Legendary Jazz saxophonist Gerry Mulligan and Jazz historian Phil Schaap provide liner notes on the project, which were originally published in 1998.

The sessions, in a nondescript basement room behind a Chinese laundry in midtown Manhattan, saw a group of kindred spirits and jazz modernists come together to form a groundbreaking collective. They included the jazz-headliners-to-be Gerry Mulligan, Lee Konitz, Max Roach, John Lewis, arranger Gil Evans and, of course trumpeter Miles Davis, then 22, who became the bandleader, helming a creative project for the first time. The nine-piece group worked together in the studio and on stage in 1949 and 1950 to little public reaction at first. It was only seven years later, when their music came together on a full LP for the first time, that its impact was fully realized.

The package features a wrapped gatefold jacket with laminated coating, as well as a brand new retrospective essay by Ashley Kahn, the author of Kind of Blue: The Making of the Miles Davis Masterpiece. "Birth of the Cool was a proving ground of instrumental talent and of approaches," writes Kahn. "Each of its participants would develop ideas that came from the project in their own disparate way, collectively leading jazz into a brave, postbop world in the years that followed." Jazz historian Dan Morgenstern adds: "There can be little doubt that these records triggered the advent of a successor style to bebop."

When Davis was later asked about the Birth of the Cool title, he said: "I think what they really meant was a soft sound. Not penetrating too much. To play soft you have to relax…" In his 1989 autobiography, he added: "Birth [of the Cool] was not only hummable but it had white people playing the music and serving in prominent roles…we shook people's ears a little softer than Bird or Diz did, took the music more mainstream."

Features:
• Double LP
• Original album plus a second LP of live material from 1948, previously unreleased on vinyl
• Wrapped gatefold jacket w/laminated coating
• Liner notes by Gerry Mulligan and Jazz historian Phil Schaap
• Made in Canada

Musicians:
Side One, 1-2 & 5; Side Two, 1:
Recorded January 21, 1949, in New York City

Miles Davis, trumpet
Kai Winding, trombone
Junior Collins, French horn
John Barber, tuba
Lee Konitz, alto sax
Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax
Al Haig, piano
Joe Shulman, bass
Max Roach, drums
Side One, 4; Side Two, 2, 4-5:
Recorded April 22, 1949, in New York City

Miles Davis, trumpet
J.J. Johnson, trombone
Sandy Siegelstein, French horn
John Barber, tuba
Lee Konitz, alto sax
Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax
John Lewis, piano
Nelson Boyd, bass
Kenny Clarke, drums
Side One, 3 & 6; Side Two, 3 & 6:
Recorded March 9, 1950, in New York City

Miles Davis, tumpet
J.J. Johnson, trombone
Gunther Schuller, French horn
John Barber, tuba
Lee Konitz, alto sax
Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax
Al McKibbon, bass
Max Roach, drums
Kenny Hagood, vocal
Sides Three & Four:
Recorded live September 4th and September 18th, 1948, at The Royal Roost in New York for WMCA radio broadcast

Miles Davis, trumpet
Mike Zwerin, trombone
Junior Collins, French horn
Bill Barber, tuba
Lee Konitz, alto sax
Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax
John Lewis, piano
Al McKibbon, bass
Max Roach, drums
Kenny Hagood, vocal

Selections:
Side One:

1. Move
2. Jeru
3. Moon Dreams
4. Venus De Milo
5. Budo (Hallucinations)
6. Deception
Side Two:
1. Godchild
2. Boplicity
3. Rocker
4. Israel
5. Rouge
6. Darn That Dream
Side Three:
1. Birth Of The Cool Theme
2. Symphony Sid Announces The Band
3. Move
4. Why Do I Love You
5. Godchild
6. Symphony Sid Introduction
7. S'il Vous Plait
Side Four:
1. Moon Dreams
2. Budo (Hallucination)
3. Darn That Dream
4. Move
5. Moon Dreams
6. Budo (Hallucinations)
ISBN
ASSOC
R
Genre
Jazz
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
NO
Inventory
3.00
Construct
0
Dropship
0
Record Speed Record Size
12"
Artist
Miles Davis
Title
The Complete Birth of The Cool
Composer
Additional Artists
Record Weight
Record Speed
33RPM
Multi Channel
Stereo
1
Mono
Colored
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
DMM
Out of Print
Sell Hold/Repressing
Direct to disc
Creation Date
04-05-2019
Release Date
05-17-2019
Availability
In Stock
Format
Vinyl
Scratch & Dent
0
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