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Tadd Dameron. April in Paris. Webb's Delight. John Lewis. Venus de Milo. Cleo Henry. Johnny Carisi. Coleman Hawkins. Cliff Friend. Don't Blame Me. Lady Bird. Allen's Alley. However, the notion of cool as emotional detachment or lack of improvisational heat is somewhat overstated by the title. John Lewis's chart for the opening "Move" is taken at a brisk gallop over a driving Max Roach pulse, animated by deep brass counterpoint.
Miles Davis treats his own blues, "Deception," in an almost choral manner, his lovely melodic line snaking through a web of voices. Gerry Mulligan's "Rocker" benefits from the rich contrary motion of his writing, and the big band accents which launch Miles' solo.
On "Boplicity," Gil Evans' harmonizes his coy swinging melody with warm, broken voicings, while his spatial, atmospheric chart for the ballad "Moon Dreams" is distinguished by the idiomatic serenity of his voice leading. A masterpiece. Miles Davis. Jazz portal. US: Oxford University Press. Retrieved February 22, US: Hal Leonard. Archived from the original on November 6, Oxford University Press : 7—9. New York: Oxford University Press, The Birth And Death of the Cool.
Golden, Colo. Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles: Tribune Company. Retrieved April 26, The History of Jazz. Jeff B. Milwaukee, WI. Review: Birth of the Cool.
Retrieved on Acclaimed Music. Tom Hull — on the Web. Retrieved July 22, Apr 24, All Time Top Albums 3rd ed. Virgin Books. Journal of Jazz Studies. Retrieved April 1, British Phonographic Industry.miles davis - kind of blue. ( octophonics kboxc / ) cd 01 miles davis - moon dreams 02 miles davis & the modern jazz giants - but not for me (take 1) 03 miles davis - it ain't necessarily so 04 miles davis - for adults only 05 miles davis - move 06 miles davis.