Miles Davis, Miles Smiles, and the Invention of Post Bop

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Miles Davis

Basic Miles: The Classic Performances of Miles Davis. Columbia PC 32025.

Circle in the Round. Columbia KC2 36278.

Directions. Columbia KC2 36474.

E.S.P. Columbia CS 9150.

Filles de Kilimanjaro. Columbia CS 34396.

Friday Night at the Blackhawk. Columbia 44257.

Miles à Antibes. CBS (France) 62390. (= Miles Davis in Europe. Columbia CS 8993.)

Miles Ahead. Columbia CL 1041.

Miles Davis: Facets. CBS (France) 62637.

Miles Davis: Heard ’Round the World. Columbia C2 38506.

Miles Davis: The Complete Live at the Plugged Nickel, 1965. Columbia/ Legacy 66595.

Miles Davis Quintet, 1965–68. Columbia 4-67398.

Miles in Berlin. CBS (Germany) S 62976/62104.

Miles Davis in Europe. Columbia CS 8993. (= Miles à Antibes. CBS [France] 62390.)

Miles in the Sky. Columbia CS 9628.

Miles in Tokyo: Miles Davis Live in Concert. CBS-Sony SOPL 162.

Miles Smiles. Columbia CL 2601.

Miles Smiles. Reissue, Columbia CS 9401.

Miles Smiles. Reissue, Columbia/Legacy CK 48849.

Nefertiti. Columbia CS 9594.

Quiet Nights. Columbia CL 2106.

Saturday Night at the Blackhawk. Columbia 44425.

Seven Steps: The Complete Columbia Recordings of Miles Davis, 1963–1964. Columbia/Legacy C7K90840.

Seven Steps to Heaven. Columbia CL 2051.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction xi
  • 1 - Miles Smiles? 1
  • 2 - Birth 8
  • 3 - Groove 17
  • 4 - Voice 31
  • 5 - Kind of Blue 43
  • 6 - "There Is No Justice" 52
  • 7 - Not Happening 58
  • 8 - The Second Quintet 66
  • 9 - The Album Miles Smiles, Side 1 70
  • 10 - The Album Miles Smiles, Side 2 104
  • Conclusion- Miles Does Smile 122
  • Notes 125
  • Bibliography 145
  • Select Discography 151
  • Index 155
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