Sketches of Spain (CD) ~ Miles Davis (Artist) Cover Art

Sketches Of Spain (CD)

By: Miles Davis

List Price: $7.99
Current Price: $7.01
You Save~: $0.98 (12%)
List Price: $7.98
Current Price: $6.99
You Save: $0.99 (12%)
Download MP3

Also available from:

Provider Name Price From Condition Buy
1   CD Universe $6.99 New Buy
2   FYE $7.99 New Buy
3   HBDirect $8.54 New Buy

Miles Davis Artist Snapshot:

Few musicians have managed to change the course of music--trumpeter Miles Davis did it several times. An early disciple of Charlie Parker, Davis created an austere, understated approach that became the model for cool. His superb albums in the 1950s made him a star, and in the following decade, he brought small-group jazz to the limit before he unapologetically (and, for some, unforgivably) took on jazz-rock. After a break, he re-emerged in the '80s with a mixture of pop and dense, bristling funk. All the while, his refusal to follow anyone but his own muse made him both a hero and an enigma--either way, he was one of the most magnetic, influential figures in American music.

Track Listing

MP3 Downloads Album                  CD Universe Album
DISC 1 for Sketches Of Spain (CD) Album By Miles Davis iTunes CD Universe
1   Concierto De Aranjuez (Adagio) (Master) Buy    
2   Will O' The Wisp (Master) Buy Buy  
3   The Pan Piper Buy    
4   Saeta (Master) Buy Buy  
5   Solea Buy    
6   Song Of Our Country (Issued Take) Buy Buy  
7   Concierto De Aranjuez (Adagio) (Part One, Alternate Take) Buy    

Product Description

Customer Reviews for "Sketches Of Spain (CD)" by Miles Davis

There are no customer reviews yet. Be the first to write a review!

Submit your Review

Run a Quick Search on "Sketches Of Spain" by Miles Davis to Browse Related Products:

Browse more products related to "Sketches Of Spain"

Browse more products related to "Miles Davis"

Album Description

No Description Available
No Track Information Available
Media Type: CD
Street Release Date: 09/23/1997
Genre: JAZZ

Product Notes

Miles Davis''s impact on jazz is almost incalculable. From his early days as a sideman for Charlie Parker, through his groundbreaking Birth of the Cool sessions, to his stunning small groups of the ''50s and ''60s, through to his electric renaissance, the trumpeter, bandleader, and composer has left a deep mark on all who came after. He is one of jazz''s true giants. Sketches of Spain, though one of Davis''s most commercially successful sessions, is also one of his most controversial. Re-teaming with arranger and composer Gil Evans, who played such a pivotal role in Davis''s 1949 Birth of the Cool recordings, Davis recorded a series of large group albums beginning in the late ''50s, including Porgy and Bess, Miles Ahead, and Quiet Nights. Sketches of Spain, with its emphasis on flamenco, rich orchestrations, and relaxed tempos, is certainly one of Davis''s most mellow recordings (he even works out on fluegelhorn), and proved to have broad appeal. To some critics, however, the project was "elevated elevator music." An expanded version of the album, featuring alternative tracks and unreleased material, was issued in 1997 by Columbia Legacy. --Fred Goodman

Explore More Great Tower Sales & Specials Sales, Promotions & Special Features Sales & Boutiques

  • Tower Essentials Sale
    Visit the Essentials Sale for a wide selection and huge savings on your favorite music, DVD, Blu-ray and Books.
  • Great Gift Ideas
    Tower has Great Gift Ideas and Huge Savings on Your Favorite Music, CDs, DVDs, Books and More at Prices that Make Giving A Breeze!

Interact with