Posts Tagged 'Miles Davis'

Karin Krog’s Top Five Albums Of All Time

Norway’s ‘Queen Of Jazz’ gives us an insight into her record collection including Billie Holiday, Miles Davis and more.

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John Coltrane ‘A Love Supreme’ Musical Lead-Up Playlist

Our playlist is the perfect way to prepare yourself for the beauty of ‘A Love Supreme’ citing Coltrane’s work with Miles Davis & Thelonious Monk, his love of classical and Indian music and Negro spirituals and some of his own work as bandleader.

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Robert Wyatt’s Top Five Fifties Jazz Albums

We were honoured that Soft Machine legend Robert Wyatt recently shared with us his Top Five Fifties Jazz Albums.

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Album Suggestions May 2016

Brand new album suggestions from our guests for May 2016. From Dilla to Zeppelin to Prince.

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Talk Talk ‘Spirit of Eden’ Musical Lead-Up Playlist

Featuring early Talk Talk tunes that forecast their ope, along with Hollis’ musical inspirations Miles Davis, Can, Debussy, Bartók, Ravel and Sibelius.

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CAS Kansas City presents Miles Davis ‘Kind Of Blue’

We’ll be hosting two sessions for ‘Kind Of Blue’ in Kansas City. This will be a very special afternoon with all proceeds going to charity.

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CAS Oslo presents Miles Davies ‘Bitches Brew’ with special guest Francois K

We have an amazing special event in Oslo with our friend Francois K celebrating a firm CAS favourite, Miles Davis’ ‘Bitches Brew’.

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Camp Bestival and Bestival Interviews

Check out Colleen’s full interviews with and album presentations by Joe Boyd, Don Letts, Laura Mvula, Steve Mason, DJ Yoda and Horse Meat Disco

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Thelonious Monk ‘Brilliant Corners’ Musical Lead-Up Playlist

‘Play All’ for Thelonious Monk’s musical inspirations, pieces prior to ‘Brilliant Corners’, his performance with Miles Davis and the music of his collaborators.

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Album of the Month: Thelonious Monk ‘Brilliant Corners’

The legendary composer and pianist tackled one of his most complex recordings and pushed his band to the limit on this pinnacle of postwar jazz.

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