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One of the greatest jazz recordings of all time, Sketches of Spain features Miles with large ensemble arranged and conducted by Gil Evans. Truly a jazz milestone, this album presents Davis and Evans at their musical peak. This title is part of Sony's Jazz Masterpiece reissue series, featuring 20-bit digital remastering, deluxe packaging and bonus material. Additional tracks: "Song of Our Country" and 2 alternate takes of "Concierto de Aranjuez"; 19 minutes of new music!
One of the greatest jazz recordings of all time, Sketches of Spain features Miles with large ensemble arranged and conducted by Gil Evans. Truly a jazz milestone, this album presents Davis and Evans at their musical peak. This title is part of Sony's Jazz Masterpiece reissue series, featuring 20-bit digital remastering, deluxe packaging and bonus material. Additional tracks: "Song of Our Country" and 2 alternate takes of "Concierto de Aranjuez"; 19 minutes of new music!
074646514221

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Format: CD
Label: SNY
Catalog: 65142
Rel. Date: 09/23/1997
UPC: 074646514221

Sketches Of Spain (remastered + 3 Bonus Tracks)
Artist: Miles Davis
Format: CD
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One of the greatest jazz recordings of all time, Sketches of Spain features Miles with large ensemble arranged and conducted by Gil Evans. Truly a jazz milestone, this album presents Davis and Evans at their musical peak. This title is part of Sony's Jazz Masterpiece reissue series, featuring 20-bit digital remastering, deluxe packaging and bonus material. Additional tracks: "Song of Our Country" and 2 alternate takes of "Concierto de Aranjuez"; 19 minutes of new music!

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''Sketches of Spain'' is an album by Miles Davis, recorded between November 1959 and March 1960 at the Columbia 30th Street Studio in New York City.

The album pairs Davis with arranger and composer Gil Evans, with whom he had collaborated on several other projects, on a program of compositions largely derived from the Spanish folk tradition. (An extended version of the second movement of Joaquin Rodrigo's ''Concierto de Aranjuez'' is also included, as well as a song called "Will o' the Wisp", from the ballet El amor brujo by Manuel de Falla.) - Wikipedia

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