Miles Round About Midnight

Miles Davis - 'Round About Midnight (1957) [2014 Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

Miles Davis - 'Round About Midnight (1957) [2014 Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]
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'Round About Midnight is an album by jazz musician Miles Davis. It was his debut on Columbia Records.
Miles Davis Quintet - 'Round About Midnight (1957) [MFSL 2012] PS3 ISO + Hi-Res FLAC {RE-UP}

Miles Davis Quintet - 'Round About Midnight (1957) [MFSL 2012]
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The Miles Davis Quintet - 'Round About Midnight (1957) [MFSL, 2012]

The Miles Davis Quintet - 'Round About Midnight (1957) [MFSL, 2012]
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'Round About Midnight is an album by jazz musician Miles Davis. It was his debut on Columbia Records, and was originally released in March 1957. The album took its name from the Thelonious Monk song "'Round Midnight". Recording sessions took place at Columbia Studio D on October 26, 1955, and at Columbia's 30th Street Studio on June 5 and September 10, 1956. 'Round About Midnight is widely recognized by jazz critics as a landmark album in hard bop and one of the greatest jazz albums of all time.
Miles Davis - 'Round About Midnight (1956) {2001 Japan DSD Mastersound, SRCS 9725}

Miles Davis - 'Round About Midnight (1956) {2001 Japan DSD Mastersound, SRCS 9725}
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Jazz / Bop / Hard Bop / Trumpet

Given that Round About Midnight was Miles Davis' debut Columbia recording, it was both a beginning and an ending. Certainly the beginning of his recording career with the label that issued most if not all of his important recordings; and the recording debut of an exciting new band that had within its ranks Philly Joe Jones, Paul Chambers, pianist Red Garland, and an all but unknown tenor player named John Coltrane. The title track was chosen because of its unique rendition with a muted trumpet, debuted at the Newport Jazz Festival the summer before to a thunderous reception.
Miles Davis - ' Round About Midnight (1956) [Mono Master Sound Version]

Miles Davis - ' Round About Midnight (1956) [Mono Master Sound Version]
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Miles Davis - 'Round About Midnight (1956) [2CD] [Remaster 2005]

Miles Davis - 'Round About Midnight (1956) [2CD] [Remaster 2005]
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© 2005 Sony BMG / Columbia / Legacy | COL 519957 2
Jazz / Bop / Cool / Hard Bop


Miles Davis - 'Round About Midnight (1956) [2CD] [Remaster 2005]

With the release of the spectral title tune, and the efforts of the Columbia marketing and publicity departments behind him, a thirty-year old Miles Davis entered into a period of extraordinary artistic maturity and growth. And Miles instinctively knew how to cultivate his star quality. Looming behind those shades, was the diffident, sensitive anti-hero–proud and defiant–who only spoke to his audience through his horn, and turned his back on them when the other soloists were blowing.
The combination of attitude and intellect was irresistible. Beginning with ROUND ABOUT MIDNIGHT and proceeding through a remarkable succession of famous recordings over the next 30 years, Miles Davis became one of the greatest soloists, arrangers and talent scouts in the history of American music. People who didn't own a single jazz record came to know his name–Miles was a jazz icon.
Miles Davis - 'Round About Midnight (1956) (2CD) [Legacy Edition, 2005] {RESEED}

Miles Davis - 'Round About Midnight (1956) (2CD) [Legacy Edition, 2005] {RESEED}
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“With the release of the spectral title tune, and the efforts of the Columbia marketing and publicity departments behind him, a thirty-year old Miles Davis entered into a period of extraordinary artistic maturity and growth. And Miles instinctively knew how to cultivate his star quality. Looming behind those shades, was the diffident, sensitive anti-hero–proud and defiant–who only spoke to his audience through his horn, and turned his back on them when the other soloists were blowing.

The combination of attitude and intellect was irresistible. Beginning with ROUND ABOUT MIDNIGHT and proceeding through a remarkable succession of famous recordings over the next 30 years, Miles Davis became one of the greatest soloists, arrangers and talent scouts in the history of American music. People who didn't own a single jazz record came to know his name–Miles was a jazz icon.

His famous intro on the title tune is based on mentor Dizzy Gillespie's arrangement, and Miles' tone, always a strong point, has here matured into something deeply personal and unique. His provocative use of space and silence–matched only by Lester Young, Billie Holiday and Thelonious Monk–sets up the famous release and Coltrane's agitated statement. Here and on the Prestige recordings, Coltrane found his voice as Miles' foil, while "The Rhythm Section" (pianist Red Garland, bassist Paul Chambers and drummer Philly Joe Jones), became the most celebrated in jazz–capable of smooth, bouncy delicacy ("Dear Old Stockholm," "All Of You" and "Bye Bye Blackbird"), hard swing ("Tadd's Delight") and relentless complexity (Charlie Parker's contrapuntal "Ah-Leu-Ch"). A masterpiece.”
Kenny Dorham - The Complete 'Round About Midnight At The Cafe Bohemia (1956/2015) [24bit/192kHz]

Kenny Dorham - The Complete 'Round About Midnight At The Cafe Bohemia (1956/2015)
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This complete double album of the 1956 live recording from Café Bohemia in New York City features Kenny Dorham and his musicians, including a very young Kenny Burrell on guitar. This album is included in the Penguin Guide to Jazz Core Collection where it was awarded four stars out of four.
Kenny Dorham - The Complete 'Round About Midnight At The Cafe Bohemia (1956) [RVG Edition, 2002] 2CD

Kenny Dorham - The Complete 'Round About Midnight At The Cafe Bohemia (1956) [RVG Edition, 2002] 2CD
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Genre: Jazz, Hard Bop | Label: Blue Note/Capitol | Cat.№: 7243 5 33775 2 6

'​Round About Midnight at the Cafe Bohemia is a live album by American jazz trumpeter Kenny Dorham featuring performances recorded in 1956 at the Café Bohemia and released on the Blue Note label. The album was originally released in 1956 in two volumes with a third volume released later on the Japanese Blue Note label. A Complete edition was released as a double CD set in 2002.
Kenny Dorham – ‘Round About Midnight At The Cafe Bohemia Vol. 2 (1956)(Blue Note USA Pressing)(CDP 746542 2)

Kenny Dorham – ‘Round About Midnight At The Cafe Bohemia Vol. 2 (1956)(Blue Note USA Pressing)(CDP 746542 2)

Kenny Dorham – ‘Round About Midnight At The Cafe Bohemia Vol. 2 (1956)(Blue Note USA Pressing)(CDP 746542 2)
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The second of two CDs taken from one night's performance by trumpeter Kenny Dorham's short-lived group, the Jazz Prophets (featuring J.R. Monterose on tenor, guitarist Kenny Burrell, pianist Bobby Timmons, bassist Sam Jones and drummer Arthur Edgehill), has eight selections released for the first time on this CD. The music is spirited hard bop and the repertoire has six of Dorham's originals (several of which deserve to be revived) along with the standards "My Heart Stood Still" and "Who Cares."