1965-'68: The Complete Columbia Studio Recordings ()

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Track Listing
  1. E.S.P.
  2. R.J.
  3. Eighty-One
  4. Little One
  5. Iris
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  1. E.S.P.
  2. R.J.
  3. Eighty-One
  4. Little One
  5. Iris
  6. Agitation
  7. Mood
  8. Circle
  9. Orbits
  10. Dolores
  11. Freedom Jazz Dance
  12. Gingerbread Boy
  13. Footprints
  14. Limbo
  15. Limbo
  16. Vonetta
  17. Masqualero
  18. Masqualero
  19. The Sorcerer
  20. Prince of Darkness
  21. Pee Wee
  22. Water Babies
  23. Nefertiti
  24. Capricorn
  25. Madness
  26. Hand Jive
  27. Hand Jive
  28. Hand Jive
  29. Madness
  30. Madness
  31. Sweet Pea
  32. Fall
  33. Pinocchio
  34. Pinocchio
  35. Riot
  36. Thisness
  37. Circle in the Round
  38. Water on the Pond
  39. Fun
  40. Teo's Bag
  41. Teo's Bag
  42. Paraphernalia
  43. I Have a Dream
  44. Speak Like a Child
  45. Sanctuary
  46. Side Car I
  47. Side Car II
  48. Country Son
  49. Country Son
  50. Black Comedy
  51. Black Comedy
  52. Stuff
  53. Petits Machins (Little Stuff)
  54. Tout de Suite
  55. Tout de Suite
  56. Filles de Kilimanjaro
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There's little argument that the quintet Miles Davis led between 1965 and 1968 was one of the classic combos in the history of jazz. By teaming with the adventurous young musicians Wayne Shorter (tenor sax), Herbie Hancock (piano), Ron Carter (bass), and Tony Williams (drums), Davis pushed mainstream jazz toward the avant-garde, expanding on the modal jazz he inaugurated with Kind of Blue and laid the groundwork for fusion. Four of their five studio albums -- ESP, Miles Smiles, Sorcerer, Nefertiti -- were essential, and ...

1965-'68: The Complete Columbia Studio Recordings 2004, Columbia/Legacy

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