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SAMPLES FROM THIS TITLE
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TITLE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING SONGS:
• So What
• Freddie Freeloader
• Blue in Green
• All Blues
• Flamenco Sketches
Check out this great YouTube video Sweetwater produced to celebrate the 60th anniversary of recording KIND OF BLUE
This was the defining album from a towering figure in American jazz. Sixty years after its release, it is still the best-selling jazz album of all time. Over a five-decade career, trumpeter, band leader and composer Miles Davis experimented with styles and created movements. He recorded Kind of Blue in 1959, with bassist Paul Chambers and saxophonist John Coltrane. Though the lines were obviously played on acoustic bass originally, Aidan Hampson has arranged these transcriptions with the electric player in mind.
Written in Standard Notation and TAB. 27 pages.
Transcribed by Aidan Hampson