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On The Corner - Miles Davis - On The Corner

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  1. Brashicage says:
    Mar 15,  · Such an underappreciated album when discussing Miles Davis, everyone always runs to Kind of Blue, Birth of the Cool and so on. Let me just say i am not in any way discounting those albums at all, because i personally love them, but this album right here On the Corner, to me is like the culmination of many of the things Miles accomplished in his incredible career%(1).
  2. Tojakora says:
    The same theory applies to music. Ideas are shared, and influences spread like wildfire. So in , when late and great jazz artist Miles Davis saw his popularity with the black youth diminish and due to the influx of successful rock and funk acts, he did something about. Thus, On The Corner was born.4/5.
  3. Daigul says:
    What makes The Complete On the Corner Sessions the most compelling of these many deluxe box set issues is that the album derived from it remains the most controversial album Davis released. Certainly, there have been many revisionist theories about On the Corner-- since it proved to be so influential -- by a number of critics who reviewed it rather savagely upon its original release/
  4. Shaktikasa says:
    Much has been written about what is perhaps trumpeter Miles Davis' most controversial album, On The Corner (Columbia, ). Already shaken from the electric onslaught of Bitches Brew (Columbia, ), A Tribute To Jack Johnson (Columbia, ), and a series of live or, in the case of Live-Evil (Columbia, ), largely live releases, it was the album that finally sent most jazz critics.
  5. Goltirr says:
    Sep 07,  · On the Corner, by Miles Davis. An album cover art story. Few albums in the history of jazz created as much controversy as On the Corner, the album Miles Davis released in Stylistically, the music had very little to do with the jazz tradition, and was a departure from Davis’ already out-there jazz-rock explorations found on Bitches Brew.
  6. Brajind says:
    On the Corner is a studio album by American multi-instrumentalist, bandleader, and composer Miles Davis. The album was recorded in June and July of On the Corner was during.
  7. Voodoojind says:
    Oct 09,  · The Complete on the Corner Sessions box set is absolutely essential if you like any of Miles Davis' releases from this period ( - ). For On the Corner I prefer the hybrid JSACD (as I mentioned above) over the Box set because the SACD sounds a little smoother (although "smooth" is probably not the right word to describe "On the Corner").
  8. Fautilar says:
    Oct 26,  · At the time, everyone loathed Miles Davis's On the Corner - even the people who played on it. But now, reports Paul Tingen, some of the coolest names Author: Paul Tingen.

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