Round Midnight - Round Midnight FLAC album
Title: Round Midnight
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Round About Midnight is an album by jazz trumpeter Miles Davis that was released by Columbia in March 1957. At the Newport Jazz Festival in 1955, Davis performed the song "'Round Midnight" as part of an all-star jam session, with the song's composer Thelonious Monk, along with Connie Kay and Percy Heath of the Modern Jazz Quartet, Zoot Sims, and Gerry Mulligan. Davis's solo received a positive reception from many jazz fans and critics
Слушать round midnight. Round Midnight Chick Corea Akoustic Band. Round Midnight (Album Version) Maynard Ferguson. Round Midnight (2001 Remaster) Johnny Smith.
Redirected from 'Round Midnight (album)). Round Midnight or 'Round Midnight may refer to: "'Round Midnight" (song), a 1944 jazz song by Thelonious Monk. Round Midnight (1963 Betty Carter album). Round Midnight (Kenny Burrell album), 1972. Round Midnight (1975 Betty Carter album). Round Midnight (Elkie Brooks album), 1993. Round Midnight (Philly Joe Jones album), recorded 1969 and released 1980. Round Midnight (Time-Life album), a 2008 R&B compilation album.
'Round Midnight" (sometimes "'Round About Midnight") is a 1944 jazz standard by pianist Thelonious Monk. A version recorded by Monk's quintet was added to the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1993 YouTube Encyclopedic. Monk first recorded the song on the 1947 Blue Note album Genius of Modern Music: Volume 1, and recorded it several times after that Later versions. Jazz artists Cootie Williams, Dizzy Gillespie, Art Pepper, and Miles Davis have further embellished the song, with songwriter Bernie Hanighen adding lyrics.
Given that 'Round About Midnight was Miles Davis' debut Columbia recording, it was both a beginning and an ending. Certainly the beginning of his recording career with the label that issued most if not all of his important recordings; and the recording debut of an exciting new band that had within its ranks Philly Joe Jones, Paul Chambers, pianist Red Garland, and an all but unknown tenor player named John Coltrane. Coltrane's solo here too is notable for its stark contrast to Davis' own: he chooses an angular tack where he finds the heart of the mode and plays a melody in harmonic counterpoint to the changes but never sounds outside.
|A||Round Midnight (Cheeseburger Mix)|
|B1||Round Midnight (Call Me At Midnight Mix)|
|B2||Round Midnight (Midnight Breakdown)|
|NOTE 9||Round Midnight||Round Midnight (12")||Music Of Life||NOTE 9||UK||1987|