8 thoughts on “ Round About Midnight ”

  1. While fulfilling his obligation to Prestige, Davis and company also waxed a pair of sessions for Columbia - one in October of , the other in June of '56 - the glorious results of which emerged in on Round About Midnight, his renowned label debut. It was Davis's smoky, muted take on Thelonious Monk's "'Round Midnight" that so delighted the Newport crowd in '55, and the stunning studio version found .
  2. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for 'Round About Midnight by Miles Davis (Vinyl, Mar, Wax Time) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!5/5(1).
  3. 'Round About Midnight Lyrics: I'll drive you home just tell me where to go / Don't worry, I don't care if it's far away / It's getting late, have a seat, just dream / Why don't you just close your.
  4. Besides the obvious lyrical and harmonic beauty of "Round About Midnight" that is arguably its definitive version even over Monk 's own, there are the edges of Charlie Parker 's "Au Leu-Cha" with its Bluesology leaping from every chord change in Red Garland 's left hand/
  5. 'Round About Midnight is one of Miles Davis' true masterpieces; it's an album of focused, passionate numbers that showcase a post-bop transformation that was taking place in the 's. Here, Miles is in top form with his signature trumpet, while John Coltrane adds the tenor sax/5(94).
  6. Oct 10,  · Besides the obvious lyrical and harmonic beauty of “Round About Midnight” that is arguably its definitive version even over Monk’s own, there are the edges of Charlie Parker’s “Au Leu-Cha” with its Bluesology leaping from every chord change in Red Garland’s left hand.
  7. Overview Given that 'Round About Midnight was Miles Davis' debut Columbia recording, it was both a beginning and an lauflamacerusinmadernokasdiskca.xyzinfo: Sony Legacy.
  8. Generally overlooked upon its release, 'Round About Midnight has come to be regarded as one of the greatest jazz albums of all time and one of the pinnacles of the hard bop era. It's also a brilliant introduction to the work of Miles Davis as well as to jazz as a whole/5(81).

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