Kind of Blue - Miles Davis

Kind of Blue

Miles Davis

 Biography
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 1999-10-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 5

  • ℗ Originally released 1959 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Tracks

Play Title Time Download
1
So What 9:07  
2
Freddie Freeloader 9:48  
3
Blue In Green 5:35  
4
All Blues 11:32  
5
Flamenco Sketches 9:27  

Reviews

  • Master Piece

    5
    By Cesar Lisboa Apple
    This is a Master Piece; brings you deeper inside of your souls.
  • Best jazz blues ever made, truly incredible

    5
    By himspooh
    Amazing bluesy jazz by miles Davis. I wish he made more like this.. incredible!!!
  • Davis at his finest

    5
    By LOOK! A REVIEW
    One of the most influential albums of jazz
  • Greatness Personified

    5
    By teacherpet
    The album is a classic. The End (P.S. the album sounds awesome on vinyl)
  • Must listen

    5
    By Danno923
    This is a fantastic album! Definitely worth the listen and EVEN BETTER if you can get it on vinyl!
  • The God of All Jazz Albums

    5
    By Philosopher Blue in Green
    Davis and Coltrane are nothing less than perfect in Blue in Green.
  • A perfect album.

    5
    By Umbrellaman91
    That's it. What more is there to say?
  • some dank

    5
    By dutchmasterspacc
    ya herd
  • Kind of Blue

    5
    By tdmac50
    Like was said earlier, you don't have to know anything at all about this music to make this album your foray into the world of modern jazz. This one is masterful!
  • Greatest music ever made

    5
    By Dylan Utz
    Miles’ finest work, one of the greatest albums ever recorded, Kind of Blue was and still is the definition of the umbrella term Jazz, although its ability to impart emotion among listeners spans music lovers of all preferred genres. Referred to by musicians as made in heaven — the airy, elevated feel a result of echo chambers and mic bleeding in Columbia’s 30th Street Studios — this album was an brief artistic endeavor from which Miles Davis chose to undertake to end the 1950s. Universally lauded, Kind of Blue in the opinion of many, as well as I, could very well comprise of the most beautiful and artistic sounds ever impressed into phonograph records. This album is best listened to in the dark, where there is no light to bias your experience.

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