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MILES DAVIS

Volume 2 (Classic Vinyl Series)

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Legendary trumpeter Miles Davis was still near the start of his storied career when he cut the three sessions that comprise his Blue Note recordings in 1952, 19...
MILES DAVIS

SORCERER (Reissue)

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'Sorcerer' is the third album by the Second Great Miles Davis Quintet.
MILES DAVIS

Miles Ahead (2024 Reissue)

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"Miles Ahead" was the first album recorded together by Davis and Evans, who would later continue their partnership with albums such as "Porgy and...
MILES DAVIS

Ascenseur pour L'Echafaud (2024 Reissue)

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The album "Ascenseur pour l'echafaud" is the original soundtrack, produced in 1957 by Miles Davis, from the film by Louis Malle with Barney Wilen ...
MILES DAVIS

Milestones (2024 Reissue)

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Milestones is Davis's recording in a sextet configuration with John Coltrane, Paul Chambers, Cannonball Adderley, Philly Joe Jones and Red Garland.
MILES DAVIS

Kind of Blue (2024 Reissue)

Yellow LP - £14.99
Released on August 17, 1959, "Kind of Blue" was recorded the same year, from March 2 to April 22 in New York.
ASCENSEUR POUR L’ÉCHAFAUD (2024 Reissue)
  1. Générique
  2. L’Assassinat de Carala
  3. Sur l’autoroute
  4. Julien dans l’ascenseur
  5. Florence sur les Champs-Élysées
  6. Dîner au motel
  7. Évasion de Julien
  8. Visite du Vigile
  9. Au bar du Petit Bac
  10. Chez le photographe du motel

MILES DAVIS

ASCENSEUR POUR L’ÉCHAFAUD (2024 Reissue)

decca
  • 180g lp in deluxe tip-on gatefold sleeve

    Released: 9th Feb 2024

    £28.99
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Contradictory accounts of Miles Davis’ creation of the soundtrack to Louis Malle’s film noir 'Ascenseur pour l'Échafaud' have all become part of its legend.

Rarely has a soundtrack been so decisive. Nearly seventy years on, beyond the myth, this taut, feverish recording, imbued with extreme dramatic tension, remains one of the Miles’ finest records.