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So Near, So Far - Miles Davis - Seven Steps To Heaven


1992
Label: Columbia - 466970 2,Legacy - 466970 2 • Series: Columbia Jazz Masterpieces • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop
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Seven Steps to Heaven finds Miles Davis standing yet again on the fault line between stylistic epochs. In earlypianist Wynton Kellybassist Love Letters In The Sand - Various - Those Wonderful Years Chambersand drummer Jimmy Cobb left to form their own trio, and Davis was forced to form a new band, which included Memphis tenor player George Coleman and bassist Ron Carter.

When Davis next entered the studio in Hollywood, he added local drummer Frank Butler and British studio ace Victor Feldmanwho ultimately decided not to go on the road with Davis. It's easy to see why Davis liked Feldman So Far - Miles Davis - Seven Steps To Heavenwho contributed the dancing title tune and "Joshua" to the session.

On three mellifluous standards -- particularly a cerebral "Basin Street Blues" and a broken-hearted "I Fall in Love Too Easily" -- the pianist plays with an elegant, refined touch, and the kind of rarefied voicings that suggest Ahmad Jamal. Davis responds with some of his most introspective, romantic ballad playing. On Freedom Jazz Dance - Brian Augers Oblivion Express - Second Wind title tune you can already hear the difference, as his crisp, driving cymbal beat and jittery, aggressive syncopations propel Davis into the upper reaches of his horn.

On "So Near, So Far" the drummer combines with Carter and new pianist Herbie Hancock to expand on a light Afro-Cuban beat with a series of telepathic changes in tempo, texture, and dynamics.

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  1. Share on. Seven Steps to Heaven finds Miles Davis standing yet again on the fault line between stylistic epochs. In early , pianist Wynton Kelly, bassist Paul Chambers, and drummer Jimmy Cobb left to form their own trio, and Davis was forced to form a new band, which included Memphis tenor player George Coleman and bassist Ron Carter.9/
  2. Miles Davis: Seven Steps to Heaven. Recorded in two locations, Miles, Ron Carter, and George Coleman hooked up with the "Los Angeles" quintet, featuring Victor Feldman (piano) and Frank Butler (drums), for a set of dreamy, moody and ultra hip versions .
  3. Jul 04,  · Miles Davis: Seven Steps To Heaven Skip over “So Near, So Far”, which is neither here, nor there (and tends to make the album lag), and you have a fairly worthy follow-up to the biggest selling Jazz Record of all time (substitute in “Summer Night”, an outtake from the “ Heaven” sessions found on “Quiet Nights”, and you /5().
  4. Seven Steps To Heaven July 15, Buy / Stream Now With his quintet disbanded, and a tour scheduled for the West Coast, Miles hired George Coleman, who had been recommended by John Coltrane, and Ron Carter, a young graduate of the Manhattan School of Music and very active in the New York scene.
  5. Aug 09,  · By early , Miles Davis was still casting for a new band and this recording accurately reflects Miles' search for his "new sound." Seven Steps to Heaven is the product of two separate sessions recorded during this transition. Davis already had bass player Ron Carter on board/5(50).

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