Download Gone, Gone, Gone - Miles Davis with Quincy Jones - Live At Montreux (Blu-ray) album flac mp3


2013
Label: Eagle Vision - KAL3154 • Format: Blu-ray Video • Country: Australia • Genre: Jazz • Style: Bop, Big Band
Gone, Gone, Gone - Miles Davis with Quincy Jones - Live At Montreux (Blu-ray)

Running time: 1hr01min Sound: DTS-HD MA , LPCM Video: X (1,) Comes in Blu-Ray DVD Box (blue plastic case) Region: 0, All.

MILES DAVIS Live At Montreux (with Quincy Jones) ratings distribution. (15 ratings) Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music (20%) Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection (53%) Good, but non-essential (20%) Collectors/fans only (7%) Poor. Only for completionists (0%)/5(1).

This concert from July 8th, was the last of Miles Davis many appearances at the Montreux Jazz Festival and took place only a few months before his death. Despite a defiant never look back philosophy, Miles was persuaded by Quincy Jones and Claude Nobs to take part in this tribute to his great friend Gil Evans, who had passed away in Reviews:

 · This concert from Montreux featuring Miles Davis, Quincy Jones, and the Gil Evans Orchestra is music as it should be. Simply put, it really doesn’t get Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins.

This concert from 8 July was the last of Miles Davis’ many appearances at the Montreux Jazz Festival and took place only a few months before his death. Despite a defiant “never look back” philosophy, Miles was persuaded by Quincy Jones and Claude Nobs to take part in this tribute to his great friend Gil Evans, who had passed away in


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  2. This concert from July 8, was the last of Miles Davis’ many appearances at the Montreux Jazz Festival and took place only a few months before his death. Despite a defiant never-look-back philosophy, Miles was persuaded by Quincy Jones and Claude Nobs to take part in this tribute to his great friend Gil Evans, who had passed away in

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