Doo-Bop

Release date
20 Jul 2011
Running length
18 tracks
Running time
80:03

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Tracklist

    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Mystery 3:57 30,206
2 The Doo Bop Song 5:02 20,874
3 Chocolate Chip 4:41 21,445
4 High Speed Chase 4:40 20,400
5 Blow 5:07 18,468
6 Sonya 5:32 16,961
7 Fantasy 4:39 18,588
8 Duke Booty 4:56 16,514
9 Mystery (reprise) 1:28 15,137
The Doo-Bop Song (Album Version) 5:02 87
Chocolate Chip (Album Version) 4:41 43
High Speed Chase (Album Version) 4:41 30
Blow (Album Version) 5:07 30
Sonya (Album Version) 5:32 28
Fantasy (Album Version) 4:39 35
Duke Booty (Album Version) 4:56 26
Mystery (Reprise) (Album Version) 1:27 27
Mystery (Album Version) 3:56 59

About this album

Miles Davis (trumpet);
A.B. Money, J.R. (vocals);
Easy Mo Bee (rap vocals).

Engineers include: Kirk Yano, Bruce Moore, John McGlain.
Recorded at Unique Recording, New York, New York.
Label Warner Bros. Records, Orig Year 1992
Street Date Jun 30, 1992

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  • Gaffes

    The greatest album that makes you dance!

    23 Mar 5:57pm Reply
  • Antikrun

    norm. he sits just like with bong

    19 Jan 9:30pm Reply
  • phillipkilch316

    This man was a genius, he re invented himself and jazz many times, thank god for Miles. (2)

    30 Dec 2013 Reply
  • Davadarho

    I would say that is not a full masterpiece, but some tracks of the record are damn tremendous ! Almost the full album actually. Miles was a seer and a genius ! Just kicking that doo bop sound :)

    19 Apr 2012 Reply
  • XSeanybOiX

    Who the fuck's idea was it to let Easy Mo Bee rap?

    3 Mar 2012 Reply
  • THeRhuSta

    Mystery...Epitome of Aural Pleasure!!! # Genius

    22 Jan 2012 Reply
  • Mowgli21

    This is really the first hip-hop I've listened to, coming from a Jazz and Fusion background, and I love it.

    20 Aug 2011 Reply
  • mr-ananas

    11/10

    3 Aug 2011 Reply
  • halo_dm2

    This man was a genius, he re invented himself and jazz many times, thank god for Miles.

    4 Jul 2011 Reply
  • Akayz7

    Wow, his jazz fans will really hate this. :D

    4 Jul 2011 Reply
  • omarrois

    visionario

    1 Apr 2011 Reply
  • katjoaz91

    when i heared it for the first time i really hated this album. REALLY hated. but now i think it's pretty cool, very catchy. i agree that he was a pioneer- this album is from 1992! and it actually sounds very modern! miles= true visionary.

    23 Dec 2010 Reply
  • Buffalo_JFK

    Miles always a pioner, now in Lounge, ChilOut, Down Tempo music

    21 Dec 2010 Reply
  • NickTup

    Dude, this album rocks harder than granite, Miles was a visionary with his music in every instance of his whole career, if people don't like this album is because they don't understand what he did with music..

    3 Oct 2010 Reply
  • branchong

    davis hmm

    11 Sep 2010 Reply
  • DeathCalamaro

    beautiful i can understand most of the lyrics, but not everything, can someone post me them? (impossible to find with google)

    2 Sep 2010 Reply
  • SoulJazzsterInc

    I call this New jazz swing. Great album

    4 May 2010 Reply
  • froghawk

    Pretty sure people who don't like this record just don't like hip-hop. It's miles above every '80s release except Aura imo

    15 Feb 2010 Reply
  • divynal66

    Overspeculated is an ass: Miles' condition at the time of the making of this album and the sound therein show that if you got it, you got it. Never judge a book by it's cover, you fucking clownshoes.

    6 Feb 2010 Reply
  • rkobeissi

    Combines my two favourite genres. Easy Mo Bee once again displays the talent that made much of "Ready to Die" absolute fire, and Miles lays down the style we love him for. Criminally underrated album.

    31 Jan 2010 Reply
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