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Birth Of The Cool

Miles Davis

The wonder of Miles’ career is the sheer amount of times he seized the moment, grabbed the right people, and got them to deliver their best creative thoughts for him.
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Contents

Denzil Best: Move

Work length2:34
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  • Miles Davis
  • Recorded: 1957
  • Recording Venue: New York City, NY

Mulligan: Jeru

Work length3:13
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  • Miles Davis
  • Recorded: 1954

Chummy MacGregor, Johnny Mercer: Moon Dreams

Work length3:20
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  • Miles Davis (trumpet), Max Roach (drums), Gunther Schuller (french horn), Al McKibbon (double bass), Gerry Mulligan (baritone saxophone), J.J. Johnson (trombone), Bill Barber (tuba), Lee Konitz (alto saxophone)
  • Recorded: 1954
  • Recording Venue: New York City, New York

Mulligan: Venus De Milo

Work length3:12
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  • Miles Davis, John Lewis (piano), Nelson Boyd (bass (vocal)), Kenny Clarke (drums), Gerry Mulligan (baritone saxophone), Lee Konitz (alto flute), J.J. Johnson (trombone), Sandy Siegelstein (french horn), John Barber (tuba)
  • Recorded: 1949-04-22
  • Recording Venue: New York City, NY

Miles Davis, Bud Powell: Budo

Work length2:35
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  • Miles Davis (trumpet), Joe Shulman (double bass), Al Haig (piano), Joe Shulman (bass (vocal)), John Barber (tuba), Gerry Mulligan (baritone saxophone), Max Roach (drums), Lee Konitz (alto saxophone), Miles Davis (orchestra leader), Kai Winding (trombone), Junior Collins (french horn), Bill Barber (tuba)
  • Recorded: 1949-01-21
  • Recording Venue: New York City, New York

Davis, M: Deception

Work length2:48
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  • Miles Davis (trumpet), Al McKibbon (bass (vocal)), Al McKibbon (double bass), Max Roach (drums), Gunther Schuller (french horn), Gerry Mulligan (baritone saxophone), J.J. Johnson (trombone), Lee Konitz (alto saxophone), John Barber (tuba), John Lewis (piano)
  • Recorded: 1954
  • Recording Venue: New York City, NY

George Wallington: Godchild

Work length3:09
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  • Miles Davis (orchestra leader), Joe Shulman (bass (vocal)), Joe Shulman (double bass), Max Roach (drums), John Barber (tuba), Al Haig (piano), Lee Konitz (alto saxophone), Kai Winding (trombone), Miles Davis (trumpet), Junior Collins (french horn), Bill Barber (tuba), Gerry Mulligan (baritone saxophone)
  • Recorded: 1949-01-21
  • Recording Venue: New York City, New York

Miles Davis, Gil Evans: Boplicity

Work length3:01
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  • Miles Davis (trumpet), Kenny Clarke (drums), Nelson Boyd (bass (vocal)), Bill Barber (tuba), Nelson Boyd (double bass), John Lewis (piano), J.J. Johnson (trombone), Sandy Siegelstein (french horn), Lee Konitz (alto saxophone), Gerry Mulligan (baritone saxophone), Sandy Seigelstein (french horn)
  • Recorded: 1953
  • Recording Venue: New York City, NY

Mulligan: Rocker

Work length3:06
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  • Miles Davis (trumpet), J.J. Johnson (trombone), Gunther Schuller (french horn), Max Roach (drums), John Barber (tuba), Lee Konitz (alto saxophone), Gerry Mulligan (baritone saxophone), Al McKibbon (bass (vocal))
  • Recorded: 1954
  • Recording Venue: New York, NY

Johnny Carisi: Israel

Work length2:18
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  • Miles Davis (trumpet), Gunther Schuller (french horn), J.J. Johnson (trombone), Al McKibbon (double bass), John Barber (tuba), Lee Konitz (alto saxophone), John Lewis (piano), Gerry Mulligan (baritone saxophone), Max Roach (drums)
  • Recorded: 1954
  • Recording Venue: New York City, NY

Lewis, John: Rouge

Work length3:15
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  • Miles Davis, John Lewis (piano), Nelson Boyd (bass (vocal)), Kenny Clarke (drums), Gerry Mulligan (baritone saxophone), Lee Konitz (alto flute), J.J. Johnson (trombone), Sandy Siegelstein (french horn), John Barber (tuba)
  • Recorded: 1949-04-22