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Miles Davis - Facets album

Miles Davis - Facets album

  • Performer: Miles Davis
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Title: Facets
  • Released: 1973
  • Style: Fusion, Easy Listening
  • Label: CBS
  • Catalog: 62637
  • Country: Netherlands
  • MP3 version size: 2765 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2021 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 476

Tracklist

1Sweet Sue
Arranged By – Teo MaceroBass – Paul Chambers Drums – Philly Joe JonesPiano – Red GarlandTenor Saxophone – John ColtraneTrumpet – Miles DavisWritten-By – V. Young, W. Harris
3:30
2Round Midnight
Alto Saxophone – Phil WoodsArranged By, Conductor – Michel LegrandBaritone Saxophone, Clarinet – Jerome RichardsonBass – Paul Chambers Drums – Kenny DennisFlute – Herbie MannGuitar – Barry GalbraithHarp – Betty GlammanPiano – Bill EvansTenor Saxophone – John ColtraneTrumpet – Miles DavisVibraphone – Eddie CostaWritten-By – Hanighen, Cootie Williams, T. Monk
3:56
3Budo
Bass – Paul Chambers Drums – Philly Joe JonesPiano – Red GarlandTenor Saxophone – John ColtraneTrumpet – Miles DavisWritten-By – Bud Powell, M. Davis
4:15
4Jitterburg Waltz
Alto Saxophone – Phil WoodsArranged By, Conductor – Michel LegrandBaritone Saxophone, Clarinet – Jerome RichardsonBass – Paul Chambers Drums – Kenny DennisFlute – Herbie MannGuitar – Barry GalbraithHarp – Betty GlammanPiano – Bill EvansTenor Saxophone – John ColtraneTrumpet – Miles DavisVibraphone – Eddie CostaWritten-By – Fats Waller
5:18
5Jazz Suite For Brass
Bass – Milt HintonConductor – Gunther SchullerDrums – Osie JohnsonFlugelhorn – Miles DavisFrench Horn – Jim BuffingtonTrombone – J.J. Johnson, Urbie GreenTrumpet – Arthur Strutter, Bernie Glow, Joe WilderWritten-By, Arranged By – J.J. Johnson
10:00
6Django
Alto Saxophone – Phil WoodsArranged By, Conductor – Michel LegrandBaritone Saxophone, Clarinet – Jerome RichardsonBass – Paul Chambers Drums – Kenny DennisFlute – Herbie MannGuitar – Barry GalbraithHarp – Betty GlammanPiano – Bill EvansTenor Saxophone – John ColtraneTrumpet – Miles DavisVibraphone – Eddie CostaWritten-By – John Lewis
4:11
7Wild Man Blues
Alto Saxophone – Phil WoodsArranged By, Conductor – Michel LegrandBaritone Saxophone, Clarinet – Jerome RichardsonBass – Paul Chambers Drums – Kenny DennisFlute – Herbie MannGuitar – Barry GalbraithHarp – Betty GlammanPiano – Bill EvansTenor Saxophone – John ColtraneTrumpet – Miles DavisVibraphone – Eddie CostaWritten-By – Jelly Roll Morton, Louis Armstrong
3:21
8Blue Xmas (To Whom It May Concern)
Bass – Paul Chambers Bongos – William CorreaDrums – Jimmy CobbTenor Saxophone – Wayne ShorterTrombone – Frank RehakTrumpet – Miles DavisVocals – Bob DoroughWritten-By – B. Dorough, M. Davis
2:40
9Three Little Feelings
Bass – Milt HintonConductor – Gunther SchullerDrums – Osie JohnsonFrench Horn – Jim BuffingtonTrombone – J.J. Johnson, Urbie GreenTrumpet – Arthur Strutter, Bernie Glow, Joe Wilder, Miles DavisWritten-By, Arranged By – John Lewis
10:41
10Devil May Care
Bass – Paul Chambers Bongos – William CorreaDrums – Jimmy CobbTenor Saxophone – Wayne ShorterTrombone – Frank RehakTrumpet – Miles DavisVocals – Bob DoroughWritten-By – R. Dorough, T. Kirk
3:27

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
62637Miles Davis Facets ‎(LP, Comp, Mono)CBS62637Italy1967
62637Miles Davis Facets ‎(LP, Comp, Mono)CBS62637Spain1967
JP 13811Miles Davis Facets ‎(LP, Comp, Mono, RE)Columbia Special ProductsJP 13811US1977
JP 13811Miles Davis Facets ‎(LP, Comp, RE)Columbia Special ProductsJP 13811US1977
62637, 62 637Miles Davis Facets ‎(LP, Comp, Mono)CBS, CBS62637, 62 637France1973

Notes

Track A1 recorded on August 23, 1962 in New York.
Track A2 recorded on August 21, 1962 in New York.
Track A3 recorded on October 27, 1955 in New York.
Track A4 recorded on October 9, 1956 in New York.
Track A5 recorded on October 20, 1956 in New York.
Tracks B1 to B4 recorded on June 25, 1958 in New York.
Track B5 recorded on October 23, 1956 in New York.

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Comments

Mananara Mananara
Amazing album! This pressing sounds great. These are some of the bet jazz greats and the notes just drip off the vinyl so smooth! Quality jazz demonstrates the organic superiority of vinyl perhaps better than any other music form.