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“Flamenco Sketches” is a jazz composition written by American jazz trumpeter Miles Davis and pianist Bill Evans. It is the fifth track on Davis’ 1959 album Kind of Blue, the best-selling jazz record of all time, and an innovative experiment in modal jazz. The track features Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Cannonball Adderley, Paul Chambers, Jimmy Cobb and Bill Evans.

The piece has no written melody, but is rather defined by a set of chord changes that are improvised over using… read more

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    music can't get any better than this
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    very very nice
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    Dance to the beach with a machine and the control plays with the Meditation stuff does not sound better not have a bruise again I have been better since that the American Samoa kitty putty steer
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    so wonderful
  • Avatar for Assedor
    Jazz isn‘t a musical art form, as many believe. Jazz is a form of your life and your way of thinking. Jazz is also still unique cheerful era, so enjoy jazz here and now.
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    Ahhhh... sigh... like warm honey.
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    Lots of good shouts down below. I'll go with "sublime"...........or perhaps exquisite.
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    all you need to know about jazz ..(2)
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    It is so great

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