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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

memorless

slow clap


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it went into syncopation with the brushes
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i suddenly noticed myself clapping triplets after that point
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then it fluctuated between syncopes and triplets with the 2nd beat omitted
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i had become one with the blues, the blues had become a permanent part of me, hiding within me when I am not clapping, but always jamming with the beat of my heart



All comments from YouTube:

Brandon Lewis

Me: "wait, it's all blues."
Miles Davis: "Always has been."

ChiefDannyBoyElecciri_

Jazz was heavy influenced by the Blues

Zack Zallie

Miles Davis: "so what?"

memorless

slow clap


...
it went into syncopation with the brushes
...
i suddenly noticed myself clapping triplets after that point
...
then it fluctuated between syncopes and triplets with the 2nd beat omitted
...
i had become one with the blues, the blues had become a permanent part of me, hiding within me when I am not clapping, but always jamming with the beat of my heart

Jacob loves tobacco

Lmao i love that meme

Pedro Costa

The chemistry between Miles and Bill is impressive.

esquibelle

It's Teo MaceRO people [not Maceo] & he had very little to do w producing this material. Irving Townsend produced. Teo worked w Miles on "Sketches of Spain:

Busta Bass

Miles had a genuine appreciation for Bill's knowledge of music, and his skills as a jazz pianist. He sought Bill out as the replacement for Red Garland in that first of his two great quintets, and for the upcoming Kind of Blue sessions. Urban legend has it that when Wynton Kelly heard about the upcoming KOB sessions and he wasn't invited he threw a fit. He questioned Miles' true commitment to blackness in a time when black musicians were not being hired by white bandleaders, and here he was going to use Bill and not him. Miles told him straight up, "I don't give a damn about that. I want to use modal chord phrasings for developing these songs, I have in my head. Bill knows all that shit...you don't!" As a conciliatory face saving measure, and I suspect a bone thrown to Kelly, Miles asked him if he had any music to record, and that's how his composition and performance of Freddie Freeloader made the track list.

It is distinctly different from the other four cuts with Bill's masterful writing and piano statements. It is also more of a hard bopping number compared to Bill's softer touch, keying the different modal scale runs in each of his offerings. His rhythmic interplay with Paul, which set the vibe for the album with So What, is the stuff "all time leading jazz albums" are made of. A classic among classics!

esquibelle

@Ariel Cohen Teo Macero did not have much to do with this set

Shane Wright

about $25 worth, I'd say.... :-)

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