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Miles Davis Quintet

Workin' With The Miles Davis Quintet

Miles Davis Quintet Workin' With The Miles Davis Quintet Lp
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Rumble Records present a reissue of The Miles Davis Quintet's Workin', originally released in 1959. The Miles Davis Quintet, in 1956, were maybe the best and most accomplished young group in jazz. And the quartet of albums that they recorded in two days that year, Cookin' (released in 1957), Steamin' (1961), Relaxin' (1958), and this title, Workin' are some of the most famous and timeless jazz recordings in history. They recorded this heavily over the course of two days to satisfy contractual obligations, but you wouldn't know it by hearing the recordings. Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Red Garland, Paul Chambers, and Philly Joe Jones are a seamless and incredibly cohesive group, playing off each other perfectly, and it's somewhat shocking to know that they only existed in this particular incarnation for less than three years. One of the most essential titles in jazz history reissued here on Rumble Records.
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