The Miles Davis Quintet: The Legendary Prestige Quintet Sessions

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It is well known now that Miles Davis signed a recording contract with Columbia Records when he still had over a year to run on his Prestige deal and owed that company four LPs. The way Miles decided to honour his commitment was ingenious and one that few other leaders would have managed; he would record enough material for four LPs on two days of intensive recording, playing material just as the band did in the clubs every evening. Those four LPs - Workin’, Cookin’
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