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Album Miles Davis - Seven Steps To Heaven

Interprète:

Miles Davis

Titre:

Seven Steps To Heaven

Genre:

Jazz

Taille de l'album MP3:

2164 mb

Taille de l'album FLAC:

2156 mb

Label:

Dol

Classement:

4.2

Style:

Hard Bop, Modal

Pays:

Europe

Date de publication:

2014

Catalogue:

DOL817

Album Miles Davis - Seven Steps To Heaven

Tracklist

1Seven Steps To Heaven 6:26
2Joshua7:00
3So Near, So Far6:59
4I Fall In Love To Easily6:46
5Baby Won't You Please Come Home8:27
6Basin Street Blues10:30
7Summer Night (Bonus Track)6:02

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CL 2051Miles Davis Seven Steps To Heaven ‎(LP, Album, Mono)ColumbiaCL 2051US1963
CL 2051Miles Davis Seven Steps To Heaven ‎(LP, Album, Mono)ColumbiaCL 2051Canada1963
S 62170, SCP 133.315Miles Davis Seven Steps To Heaven ‎(LP, Album)CBS, CBSS 62170, SCP 133.315ItalyUnknown
CK 93592Miles Davis Seven Steps To Heaven ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Columbia, LegacyCK 93592US2005
CS 8851Miles Davis Seven Steps To Heaven ‎(LP, Album)ColumbiaCS 8851US1963
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CL 2051Miles Davis Seven Steps To Heaven ‎(LP, Album, Mono)ColumbiaCL 2051Canada1963
S 62170, SCP 133.315Miles Davis Seven Steps To Heaven ‎(LP, Album)CBS, CBSS 62170, SCP 133.315ItalyUnknown
CK 93592Miles Davis Seven Steps To Heaven ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Columbia, LegacyCK 93592US2005
CS 8851Miles Davis Seven Steps To Heaven ‎(LP, Album)ColumbiaCS 8851US1963
CS 8851Miles Davis Seven Steps To Heaven ‎(LP, Album, RP, Ter)ColumbiaCS 8851US1971

Crédits

  • BassRon Carter
  • Drums [Cal.]Frank Butler (tracks: A1, A3, B2)
  • Drums [N.Y.]Anthony Williams (tracks: A2, B1, B3)
  • Liner NotesLeonard Feather
  • Photography By [Cover]Bob Cato
  • Piano [Cal.]Victor Feldman (tracks: A1, A3, B2)
  • Piano [N.Y.]Herbie Hancock (tracks: A2, B1, B3)
  • ProducerTeo Macero
  • Tenor SaxophoneGeorge Coleman
  • TrumpetMiles Davis
  • BassRon Carter
  • DrumsAnthony Williams (tracks: A3, B1, B3), Frank Butler (tracks: A1, A2, B2, B4)
  • Liner NotesLeonard Feather
  • PianoHerbie Hancock (tracks: A3, B1, B3), Victor Feldman (tracks: A1, A2, B2, B4)
  • ProducerTeo Macero
  • Tenor SaxophoneGeorge Coleman (tracks: A3, B1, B3)
  • TrumpetMiles Davis

Notes

Tracks A1, A3, B2 recorded in Hollywood, Cal.
Tracks A2, B1, B3 recorded in New York

Also released in a Stereo version, Seven Steps To Heaven (CS 8851).

Columbia - 2 walking eyes - "Nonbreakable" - "Guaranteed High Fidelity" label.Originally released in 1963.

140g HQ Vinyl

Tracks A1 and B4 recorded in Hollywood on April 17, 1963.

Tracks A2 and B2 recorded in Hollywood on April 16, 1963.

Tracks A3, B1 and B3 recorded in New York on May 14, 1963.1970's release on CBS Orange Label With White CBS Logo

Codes-barres

  • Barcode: 889397281717
  • Matrix / Runout: 121571E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout: 121571E2/A
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): XLP 59702
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): XLP 59703
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout variant 1): XLP-59702-1G
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout variant 1): XLP-59703-1D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout variant 2): o XLP-59702-1L T IIIIIII
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout variant 2): o XLP-59702-1H T
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout variant 3): XLP-59702-1F
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout variant 3): o XLP-59703-1G
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout variant 4): o XLP-59702-1E P
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout variant 4): o XLP-59703-1E P
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout variant 5): o XLP-59702-1D P
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout variant 5): o XLP-59703-1C P

Entreprises

  • Mastered At – Customatrix
  • Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute
  • Published By – Mayfair Music Corp.
  • Published By – Musical Frontiers Pub. Co.
  • Published By – Leo Feist, Inc.
  • Published By – Kenwood Music, Inc.
  • Published By – Pickwick Music Corp.
  • Record Company – Vinylogy LLC
  • Pressed By – GZ Media – 121571E

Video

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Ydely
Easily one of the greatest albums I've heard in this genre and from this group or artists. Deeply in love with the musicianship and the musical dialog and explorations. Hancock's playing (on specific tracks) is especially divine. Worth MANY repeated listings. MANY.
Made-with-Love
If one was ever in search of a quote on quote sequel to “Kind Of Blue”, well, “Seven Steps To Heaven” could be considered as an excellent continuation and successor (“Skethes Of Spain” was the immediate follow-up to “...Blue” in 1960, but was a large scale and exotic departure from it’s predecessor, a continuation of his and Gil Evans orchestrated work together. 61’s “Someday My Prince Will Come” more appropriately holds the title of “sequel”, both due to it’s commercial realization in the wake of “...Blue’s” success, and that most of the same players from “K.O.B” are on the record. One could go even further into Miles’ catalogue to claim “My Funny Valentine” as “...Blue’s” perfect companion album, both for it’s precision performance & emotional depth). “Seven...” certainly was Miles’ highest charting Pop Record (not counting “...at Carnegie Hall”) until “Bitches Brew” broke through the top 40, but truth be told, there is nowhere near the same “Kind Of...” conviction apparent on “Seven...” as on “...Blue”, more of a holding pattern was being displayed really (until of course Davis’ “2nd Great Quintet” was to be fully formed), regardless, 5 of the numbers come close enough, “...To Heaven” that is. Skip over “So Near, So Far”, which is neither here, nor there (and tends to make the album lag), and you have a fairly worthy follow-up to the biggest selling Jazz Record of all time (substitute in “Summer Night”, an outtake from the “...Heaven” sessions found on “Quiet Nights”, and you really have a perfect record).

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