Posts Tagged 'Miles Davis'

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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Laura Mvula on “Kind of Blue” by Miles Davis at Camp Bestival with Klipsch Audio

Laura Mvulu joined us to discuss one of her favourite albums from her childhood.

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Classic Album Sundays at Glasgow Jazz Festival 2014

CAS and Loud & Clear will once again host listening sessions from 26-29 June at the Glasgow Jazz Festival. Join us as we play some of the greatest albums ever made from Miles Davis to Bob Marley, rounding off with Etta James!

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Stream our ‘Musical Lead-Up’ Playlists

We present the inspirations and relevant songs contemporary to the release of our featured classic albums in our Musical Lead-Up Playlists now available for streaming on the go. Herbie, Eno, Led Zep, Miles, Bowie, Air, Roxy, Stevie, Hendrix and more.

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Classic Album Sundays presents Herbie Hancock ‘Head Hunters’

February is jazz month for CAS and this year we are celebrating one of its best-selling classic albums and a must-have platter for jazz-funk enthusiasts.

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Album of the Month: Herbie Hancock ‘Head Hunters’

“My intention was to make a funk record, but the jazz influence kept pulling it.” – Herbie Hancock

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Herbie Hancock ‘Head Hunters’ Musical Lead-Up Playlist

A concise sonic story of Herbie’s musical life and influences leading up to his 1973 jazz-funk classic, ‘Head Hunters’.

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CAS & RBMA Tokyo Weekender with DJ Krush Gallery

The highlights in images of our special session with DJ Krush presenting his favourite Miles Davis album.

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CAS and RBMA Japan present DJ Krush’s Favourite Album

Japan’s premier jazzy hip hop producer and DJ presents that album he loves beginning to end: Miles Davis ‘Ascenseur pour l’échafaud’

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Album Suggestions from October 2013

One of the most varied selections yet, included lots of new picks including Terry Reid and Willie Nelson.

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