Miles Davis Vinyl, CD & tapes by Miles Davis at Norman Records

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Miles Davis
Miles In Tokyo: Miles Davis Live In Concert

Only five out of ten for the non Miles pun album title but otherwise this is a luxury issue of a cracking Miles Davis set from his first ever Japanese tour in 1964. It's the only document of Miles Davis and Sam Rivers blowing together and there's further stellar support in Herbie Hancock (piano), Ron Carter  (double bass), and Tony Williams (drums).
  • Vinyl LP (GET51452LP)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
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Miles Davis
A Tribute To Jack Johnson

A Tribute To Jack Johnson is a soundtrack to a 1971 documentary about American boxer, Jack Johnson by Miles Davis. It is thought of as being among the great jazz trumpeter’s best work, which is perhaps not surprising when you consider the backing back was made up of Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, Bennie Maupin, Jack DeJohnette and Billy Cobham. 
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Miles Davis
Rubberband

Rubberband was supposed to be the first album Miles Davis recorded for new label, Warner Bros in 1985 following his departure from Columbia. The tapes were left to gather dust and Tutu was released. Following completion work in 2017 and an EP taster version released for record store day, the full album is now being released. It features vocals from 12-time Grammy nominee Lidisi and Donnie Hatahway’s daughter, Lalah and drums by legendary percussionist, Steve Reid.
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The Miles Davis Quintet
The Legendary Prestige Quintet Sessions

The Legendary Prestige Quintet Sessions by The Miles Davis Quintet was released on CD in 2006. It  has never been released on LP before, but this 6 x 180g LP box set has made sure that now it is available, it’s done properly. It features tracks that would make up the albums Miles, Cookin’, Relaxin’, Workin’, Steamin’ and Miles Davis And The Modern Jazz Giants along with some live TV and radio recordings. Miles’ band here was John Coltrane, Red Garland, Paul Chambers and Philly Joe Jones. All tied together with extensive liner notes by jazz historian, Bob Blumenthal.
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  • Miles Davis

Miles Davis & John Coltrane
Trane's Blues

Reissue of a couple great early Miles Davis and John Coltrane cuts. Recorded originally in 1956, Trane’s Blues, confusingly different from the homonymous 1999 Blue Note release, showcases some of the earliest recordings by the First Great Quintet. Listen to Coltrane's high-intensity sax and Davis' contemplative trumpet dancing their first dance.
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Miles Davis
Miles In The Sky

Miles In The Sky by Miles Davis was originally released in 1968. It was the first time Davis introduced rock to jazz thus creating fusion. His band at this point was pretty amazing with Wayne Shorter on sax, Ron Carter on bass, Tony Williams on drums, Herbie Hancock on keyboards and George Benson on guitar. Sheeesh! 180g vinyl reissue on Music On Vinyl.
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  • Miles Davis

Miles Davis
Filles de Kilimanjaro

Filles De Kilimanjaro by Miles Davis was originally released in 1968. It sits between Miles In The Sky and In A Silent way, making it the transitional album between his acoustic and electric periods. Accompanying Davis on the album was the stellar line up of Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea. A Classic.
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Miles Davis
Kind of Blue

It may seem ironic that the biggest-selling album in jazz history is such a subtle and understated beast - perhaps less so when you consider it as a sublime masterpiece of subtlety and understatement. Improvisation is an enigmatic and elusive thing, especially at the envelope-pushing level captured here, with Miles and sidemen forging ahead and abandoning the strictures of hard bop for the relative freedom of a modal approach. Even for musicians of the calibre of Coltrane and Bill Evans, there’s a special unplannable magic here, where every player is utterly in the zone and in synergy. They all unleash majestic lines like it’s the easiest thing in the world. Kind of Blue is no daunting, towering edifice - it doesn’t insist on itself, but is a gently seductive and laidback entity. It’s beautifully recorded record too, and one of the nicest vinyl experiences you can have.
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  • Miles Davis

Miles Davis Quintet
Live At The University Of California ‘67

Somebody at Hot Wax Records dug up the old tapes from a Miles Davis concert and decided to release them on vinyl. Live At The University of California ‘67 has the renowned jazz mister developing the style that would define In A Silent Way, playing here with his famous second quartet: Herbie Hancock, Alfred Stinson, Tony Williams, and Wayne Shorter on sax.
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  • Miles Davis

Miles Davis
Birth of the Cool

What's left to say about Miles Davis? Birth of The Cool was originally released in 1957 and it brings together some of Davis's coolest from 1949-50. Most of the tracks were originally released on 10", 78RPM - those were the days! It's a comprehensive look at Cool Jazz and some of Davis's finest - a cool place to birth a Davis obsession or to just keep on bopping.  
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  • B13

Miles Davis
Black Beauty / Miles Davis At Fillmore West

One of the true legends of Jazz in the 20th century, Miles Davis delivers a ferocious and innovative jazz-rock performance at Filmore West, San Francisco. Recorded live in 1970, Black Beauty features Davis' blistering muted trumpets on the backdrop of a fine-tuned jazz ensemble. Released as Vinyl LP on the Music On Vinyl label.
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  • Miles Davis

Miles Davis
Miles Davis Quintet: Freedom Jazz Dance: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 5

A real piece of insight here for the Miles Davis lover, or really just jazz lover. Covering Davis’ studio work between 1966-1968, It includes some final takes that made it onto his Miles Smiles, Nefertiti and Water Babies albums, but the gold is in the 2 hours of rehearsals and the conversations between the players that have been left in. A great little insight into their process.
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  • Miles Davis

Miles Davis
The Kind Of Blue Sessions ’59

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Miles Davis
Bitches Brew

'Bitches Brew' is a jazz standard living outside of jazz standards, believed to be one of the best ever made. Miles Davis originally recorded the record of long jazz fusion tracks in 1970; here, the original master tapes have been used to reissue the music as a double LP via Mobile Fidelity. 'Bitches Brew' is recommended for fans of improvisation and weird compositional stories (Davis "arranged his band in a semi-circle" and conducted them vaguely - sounds like he might have heard 'Trout Mask Replica' once or twice). Perhaps the most experimental of Davis' works.    Tracks: Pharaoh’s Dance Bitches Brew Spanish Key John McLaughlin Miles Runs the Voodoo Down Sanctuary
  • Vinyl Double LP (88875111901)
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Miles Davis
The Essential Miles Davis

On vinyl to really get the most of his epic sound, The Essential Miles Davis covers his illustrious career with some of the defining songs, from his solo on "Generique", taken from the French film "Ascenseur pour L'echafaud" as well as songs from Bitches Brew and a Kind of Blue - one for the recent Jazz initiate. Double LP.
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  • Miles Davis

Miles Davis
Miles Ahead (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Miles Ahead, the big new Don Cheadle biopic of Miles Davis, comes with a soundtrack that is, needless to say, stellar. 11 classic Miles tracks that span the mighty jazzman’s career are included, rounded out by some new compositions by Robert Glasper, working with Herbie Hancock and Pharoahe Monch. All on 2 vinyl LPs.
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  • Miles Davis

Miles Davis & Robert Glasper
Everything's Beautiful

Bold stuff here: Robert Glasper reworks slices of sound from the mighty back catalogue of Miles Davis into R&B-inclined new pieces. Everything’s Beautiful also includes soulful vocals from heavy-hitters like Erykah Badu and Stevie Wonder(!), all paying their respects to Miles while creating something wholly new.
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Miles Davis
Blue Moods

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Miles Davis
The Musings of Miles

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Miles Davis
Bootleg Series 3 At The Fillmore

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Miles Davis
New York Conception

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Miles Davis
Milestones

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Miles Davis
Someday My Prince Will Come

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Miles Davis
Pangaea

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Agharta

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Miles Davis
Dark Magus

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Miles Davis
Live-Evil

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Miles Davis
Sketches of Spain

Initially, Miles Davis was just going to record a version of Spanish composer and vituoso pianist, Joaquin Rodrigo’s classical guitar piece Concerto De Aranjuez after composer, arranger and regular collaborator, Gil Evans had transposed the music from the only known recording. However, this got Davis and Evans’ interested in more Spanish music and they began researching the country’s folk and dance music for what would become Sketches Of Spain. The album was recorded between 1959-60 and is regarded as one of his many classics.
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Miles Davis
Bitches Brew (Deluxe Edition)

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Miles Davis
Bitches Brew (Legacy Edition)

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Miles Davis
Milesin'

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Miles Davis
The Complete Columbia Albums

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