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It was a shock to the music industry when legendary Jazz musician Miles Davis made his move to Warner Brothers back in 1985 away from long standing label, Columbia Records. As a result of this transfer and subsequent releases, Davis’ music was broadened to an international market making him a worldwide star.

This box set celebrates this last decade of Grammy-Award winning music that was created by this iconic artist and features the Jazz chart-topping studio albums “Tutu” (1986) and “Doo-Bop” (1992). Also included are studio albums “Amandla” and the “Dingo” OST as well as the live album “Live Around The World”. With linear notes written by Jazz critic Ashley Kahn, this box set is a real treat for anyone with an interest in Jazz or the man himself. – J.D.

Artist:
Miles Davies
Number of Discs:
5

1986-1991 The Warner Years

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It was a shock to the music industry when legendary Jazz musician Miles Davis made his move to Warner Brothers back in 1985 away from long standing label, Columbia Records. As a result of this transfer and subsequent releases, Davis’ music was broadened to an international market making him a worldwide star.

This box set celebrates this last decade of Grammy-Award winning music that was created by this iconic artist and features the Jazz chart-topping studio albums “Tutu” (1986) and “Doo-Bop” (1992). Also included are studio albums “Amandla” and the “Dingo” OST as well as the live album “Live Around The World”. With linear notes written by Jazz critic Ashley Kahn, this box set is a real treat for anyone with an interest in Jazz or the man himself. – J.D.

Artist:
Miles Davies
Number of Discs:
5
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