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Title:
The New Sounds
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New Sounds, The
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1589 mb
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The New Sounds is the debut studio album by Miles Davis, released as a 1951 10-inch LP. It is his first album as leader and his first album for Prestige Records. Davis contributed three tracks to the various artists LP Modern Jazz Trumpets and performed as a sideman for Lee Konitz's on The New Sounds. Prestige would be Davis' label for the next five years, with occasional recordings for Blue Note and Debut, until he signed with Columbia in 1955.

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Profile: The band was formed in 1955 in Lynchburg, Virgina as The Jivers (5) and changed their personell and style multiple times over the course of the next years. In 1970 they released their debut album "The New Sounds".

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John Schaefer Host, New Sounds and Soundcheck. Caryn Havlik Associate Producer. New Sounds 04/02/2019. Music By and For Steve Martland. 57 min. New Sounds 04/01/2019. With Irish Composer and Producer Daniel Figgis. 56 min. New Sounds 03/31/2019.

I loved the new album and to me it sounds like Joey rockin out with some sample augmentation and some obvious kick quantizing. same stuff thats been done in metal for years. But with Colin mixing, you can't go wrong. The guy just KNOWS how to mix a fast and heavy sound.

Producers Bob Weinstock, Tommy LiPuma, George Duke & 1 more. Executive Producer Miles Davis. Liner Notes Ira Gitler. Label Prestige Records (US). Producers Bob Weinstock. Writers Arthur Johnston, Billy Rose, George Shearing & 4 more. Alto Saxophone Jackie McLean. Double Bass Tommy Potter. More Miles Davis albums. 1986-1991: The Warner Years.