Miles Davis Volume 1 refers to two separate but related entities. The title was originally used for the first in a pair of compilation albums of recordings made by Miles Davis in 1952, 1953 and 1954, released in 1956 (and reissued many times) as BLP 1501 on the Blue Note Records label.
MILES DAVIS & . I was extremely impressed by Tempus Fugit's debut album, Tales From a Forgotten World, but I found The Dawn After the Storm to be something of a disappointment. Tempus Fugit is a superb band, but the art of making really interesting music is a bit absent on this album. There are some really good melody lines throughout and the guitarist is really great. But besides of that; the album is good and nothing more.
Miles Davis - Tempus Fugit (Bud Powell) (Blue Note '63) recorded April 20, 1953. Pearcy Heath - Bass Art Blakey - Drums Gil Coggins - Piano . Johnson - Trombone Jimmy Heath - Tenor Sax Miles Davis - Trumpet. Engineer - Rudy Van Gelder. tempus fugit: 1. time flies (used as an alternative to this phrase). 2. "Meanwhile, the irreplaceable time escapes", expressing concern that one's limited time is being consumed by something which may have little intrinsic substance or importance at that moment.
Miles Davis - Tempus Fugit 03:52 I Love Paris. Miles Davis Sextet - Tempus Fugit 04:01 The Leap. Miles Davis Sextet - Tempus Fugit 04:01 Lazy Susan. Miles Davis Sextet - Tempus Fugit 06:43 Birdland Classics. Miles Davis Sextet - Tempus Fugit 06:43 Out of the Blue. Miles Davis Sextet - Tempus Fugit 06:43 First Recordings. House hugo montenegro lullaby Zeus & The Spiritual Traders Igor Khudolei nkoka little richard long sally native american indian flute fiorello falso konexion Instrumental bebes fats domino jambalaya argentino ledesma silueta porteña December Fog chuck berry ding ling Evelyne Dubourg Kinderszenen Per noi due ALBUM DI FAMIGLIA.
RECORDED 0. Title Tempus Fugit. This release contains all of the studio recordings made by the great Miles Davis with . Johnson for the Blue Note label. The master takes from the sessions (along with another date by the Miles Davis Quartet without . originally appeared on three consecutive LPs, Young Man with a Horn (BLP 5013), Miles Davis Vo. (BLP 5022), and Miles Davis Vo. (BLP 5040), with further takes appearing on Enigma (BLP5071). are backed on these sides by such celebrated jazz masters as Jimmy Heath, Jackie McLean, Oscar Pettiford, Kenny Clarke, and Art Blakey, among others.
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