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April 07, 2005

Recent music

50 Foot wave: Golden Ocean The Decemberists: Picaresque Sonny Rollins: Tenor Madness Carole King: Tapestry Amon Düül II: Tanz der Lemminge
The Byrds: Untitled/Unissued Wire: The Scottish Play Yo La Tengo: Prisoners of Love Mahavishnu Orchestra: The Inner Mounting Flame Chet Baker Quartet featuring Dick Twardzik
Miles Davis: Four & more Wes Montgomery: Movin along Tori Amos: The beekeeper Ani  DiFranco: Knuckle Down Sonny Rollins: Freedom Suite

Posted by Horst on April 7, 2005 11:09 PM to reviews | Tell-a-friend
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laura said on April 11, 2005 04:24 AM:

The Carole King album is lovely. Nice, sunny voice. How does the Miles Davis album compare to his best work, in your opinion?

Horst said on April 11, 2005 12:55 PM:

Depends very much on what you think _is_ Miles Davis's best work, as people seem to disagree on that a lot.

As I personally like his records from 1963-68 a lot, this 1964 live album from immediately after they recorded "Seven Steps to Heaven" is, as far as I'm concerned, brilliant and contains some of his very best work. This and its companion live album "My Funny Valentine" (recorded at the same concert) are vital if you like Miles Davis, and the new remaster makes the sound really shine.

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