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    All that Jazz: Miles Davis and John Coltrane

    Hey!

    Recently been listening to Miles Davis and John Coltrane. Any jazz afficionado who know these two legends' music well for some recommendation. Specifically, 5 songs from each that showcase their "signature" virtuosity, playing; high level of technical difficulty among others.

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    Re: All that Jazz: Miles Davis and John Coltrane

    I don't listen to jazz that much, but when it comes to Miles Davis, Bitches Brew and especially Kind of Blue are incredible, you should check them out (though you probably have already). As for John Coltrane, you can't go wrong with A Love Supreme or Giant Steps

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    Re: All that Jazz: Miles Davis and John Coltrane

    Legit advice: start with their best of/greatest hits. From there, you can go into each album, one at a time.
    ĘBeware the fury of a patient manĘ - John Dryden

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    Re: All that Jazz: Miles Davis and John Coltrane

    Quote Originally Posted by sammyyummy View Post
    Hey!
    Recently been listening to Miles Davis and John Coltrane. Any jazz afficionado who know these two legends' music well for some recommendation. Specifically, 5 songs from each that showcase their "signature" virtuosity, playing; high level of technical difficulty among others.
    Thanks!
    Holy Crap, another gay man ( I am presuming) who likes jazz?
    My friend, you and I part of a world-wide force of...oh, about 25 gay men who like real jazz! lol

    Seriously, I've listened to both Miles and Trane quite a bit.
    For Miles, "The Birth Of The Cool", "Bitches Brew" and "Kinda Blue" are considered by many aficionados to his pinnacle recording. I love all forms of jazz, but I am more of the fusion mindset, so "We Want Miles" and "Aura" are two of my all-time favorites, though they were hated by the critics and many jazz purists.

    For Trane, hands down, its "A Love Supreme", though "Blue Trane" and "Giant Steps" are also important recordings in the jazz world. My fav is " the Thelonious Monk Quartet with John Coltrane at Carnegie Hall".
    Last edited by jaynoel; August 11th, 2014 at 05:30 PM.

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