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9 thoughts on “ Miles Davis - Sketches Of Spain ”

  1. Zular says:
    Oct 03,  · Sketches of Spain is named for the  Miles Davis album beloved by its co-owners. The interior of the restaurant has wood tones with splashes of blue, a nod to Davis Author: Sarah Blaskovich.
  2. Zulkikazahn says:
    Sep 27,  · Sketches of Spain is the most luxuriant and stridently romantic recording Davis ever made. To listen to it in the 21st century is still a spine-tingling experience, as one encounters a multitude of timbres, tonalities, and harmonic structures seldom found in the music called jazz.
  3. Zulkiramar says:
    Oct 28,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Sketches Of Spain on Discogs/5().
  4. Shakagul says:
    Sketches of Spain, an album by Miles Davis on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  5. Kajiktilar says:
    Find album credit information for Sketches of Spain - Miles Davis on AllMusic10/
  6. Totaur says:
    Miles Davis Sketches of Spain on Numbered Edition g LP from Mobile Fidelity. Davis’ Final and Most Impressive Pairing with Arranger Gil Evans Yields Watershed Innovations. Sublime Sound from Mobile Fidelity's Tremendous Mastering Capabilities.
  7. Goltihn says:
    Sketches of Spain is Miles Davis' Spanish-folk-inspired jazz album. It was recorded between November and March and its style goes from Third Stream to orchestral jazz and world music.
  8. Douramar says:
    Between May of and March of , Miles Davis collaborated with the composer and arranger Gil Evans to create a trilogy of masterpieces for large jazz ensemble. Sketches of Spain, the last of the three, is a dazzling work, not only for the glowing, magisterial orchestrations, but for the stunning solo work by Davis, among his most.
  9. Tabei says:
    Get Miles Davis Updates! Sketches Of Spain July 18, George Avakian, who was in charge of an ethnic music series at Columbia directed by the ethno-musicologist Alan Lomax, especially wanted Gil Evans to work with flamenco because of his knowledge of Spanish composers.

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