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Archived from the original on Top reviews from the United States. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. This album is a classic. I hadn't listened to it in awhile, but late the other night when I was driving home from work I popped it in the player and the whole rush came back. I pulled up into my driveway but couldn't find it in me to stop my car. The music had me in it's grip, so I got out, pulled up a chair and looked at the night sky while these lovely songs cast their spell.
I honestly believe that this is how they were meant to be listened to. Miles can hit notes that just go right through you. Evans is a perfect backdrop for MD and his solos are gorgeous.
Coltrane, in my opinion, was never better than when with this group. Miles knew how to reign him in and keep him from going all over the place like he did later in his career no offense to Coltrane fans and no knock on his talent. He was a genius, but his later work got a bit too note-ey and esoteric for my taste. With Miles in charge, Coltrane shines as he makes every note count. Cannonball hits the mark as well.
Highest recommendation. Very happy to have this back in my collection! I've been looking for "58 Sessions for a number of years, and I must say that I was not disappointed Great, great recording! Includes wonderful studio work AND some exciting Live recordings.
One person found this helpful. This Stella By Starlight - Miles Davis - 1958-1960 Concierto De Aranjuez (CD) has several of my all time favorite Miles tunes. If it were possible to burn a hole in a disc by overplaying it this one would be smoke. I listened to it constantly for a month after receiving it. It's the Kind Of Blue band with Bill Evans all right but it seems to be a rehearsal for it with a attempt to soften Coltrane's tone a bit not giving wholly satisfactory results although his thematic solos with this less sharp tone are good and Miles' mute come through very well.
Cannonball was welcome at Newport since he recorded several albums for Emarcy records a subsidiary of Stella By Starlight - Miles Davis - 1958-1960 Concierto De Aranjuez (CD) records, the other main sponsor of the Newport Jazz Festival.
I guess they had to let Coltrane play, even though he was recording heavily for Prestige records ineven though the records were slow in being released, or the whole deal would be off. Back in the day "Stella by starlight' was included in the original version of Milestones, it was my quest to find a great version of "Stella By Starlight" that lead me to this CD.
Mike Tarrani Top Contributor: Drums. Excellent compilation of two albums not the total of both albums, but key tracks. This is an early glimpse into the famous sextet that would record Kind of Blue in Tracks 1 through 3 would wind up in LP 2 of an album titled Jazz Track. This is the soundtrack for a French movie. Track 4 was from the recording session, but not released on the album. The sextet on all of the tracks is: Davis on trumpet, Cannonball Adderley on alto sax, John Coltrane on tenor sax, and a rhythm section led by Bill Evans on piano, Paul Chambers on bass and Jimmy Cobb on drums.
This poorly documented session Look up " Miles" in All Music Guide, but don't expect to find out anything about personnel, dates, even instrumentation. In fact, it's essentially the same group as the one on the demonstrably most successful jazz recording of all time--"Kind of Blue. The year that Bill spent with Miles was not an especially happy one for the pianist, who would give Miles his notice at the end of the year in order to assemble his first trio.
But Miles would remember the quality of Bill's touch, voicings, and modal patterns--leading to a call-back to Bill for the purpose of employing his conceptions and inimitable piano touch Stella By Starlight - Miles Davis - 1958-1960 Concierto De Aranjuez (CD) Miles' next recording project--the hunch of the influential and popular leader and his good judgment, especially at a time when many general followers of the music simply did not "get" Bill Evans or understand the reason for his undeniable impact upon other Stella By Starlight - Miles Davis - 1958-1960 Concierto De Aranjuez (CD) paid off in spades, inspiring more than one book and, even 60 years after the original recording, appearing invariably in the top 10 frequently 1 in Amazon jazz sales.
Originally found on a neglected Columbia release entitled "Jazz Track," this collection offers the listener the opportunity to hear Bill Evans as he actually sounded during his year with Miles two other releases are on-location recordings that leave little room for Bill's solos, which are muffled if not omitted entirely. It was Miles who would be responsible for the popularity among jazz musicians of "On Green Dolphin Street" and "Stella by Starlight," but it was Bill's alert ears and responsive fingers that brought both obscure movie pieces to the trumpeter's attention, Stella By Starlight - Miles Davis - 1958-1960 Concierto De Aranjuez (CD).
The only player I'm unsure of is the drummer. About this time Jimmy Cobb would replace Philly Joe, but on this occasion the drummer sounds to my ears like Philly Joe.
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