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Blow - Miles Davis - Doo-Bop (CD, Album)


2007
Label: Warner Bros. Records - WPCR-12747,Warner Music - WPCR-12747 • Format: CD Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered Paper Sleeve • Country: Japan • Genre: Hip Hop, Jazz • Style: Instrumental, Fusion, Trip Hop, Contemporary Jazz
Blow - Miles Davis - Doo-Bop (CD, Album)

Doo-Bop. Label: Warner Bros. Records – Format: CD, Album, Digipak. Country: UK. Released:

The Doo-Bop Song. Chocolate Chip. High Speed Chase. Blow. Sonya. Fantasy. Duke Booty. Mystery (Reprise) Miles Davis on Amazon.

Doo-Bop has the distinction of being arguably the next-most controversial album released by Miles Davis after On the Corner. And there are similarities in the influences and background of both. In each instance, Miles wanted to capture the "sounds of the streets" popular during the times of each-- funk and rock of the early 70s for On the /5().

The Doo-Bop Song. Chocolate Chip. High Speed Chase. Blow. Sonya. Fantasy. Duke Booty. Mystery (Reprise) Miles Davis on Amazon.

 · Doo-Bop, an Album by Miles Davis. Released 30 June on Warner Bros. (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Acid Jazz. Rated # in the best albums of Featured peformers: Easy Mo Bee (producer, songwriter), Miles Davis (trumpet, songwriter), Matt Pierson (associate producer), Gordon Meltzer (associate producer, executive producer, liner notes), Kirk Yano (additional .


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  1. All songs published by Jazz Horn Music/Warner-Tamerlane Pub. Corp. BMI/Bee Mo Easy Music ASCAP except track 3 published by Jazz Horn Music/Warner-Tamerlane Pub. Corp. BMI/Bee Mo Easy Music ASCAP/Funky P.O. Music, Inc. ASCAP/Fifth Floor Music ASCAP/Great Walrus, Ltd. ASCAP and track 4 published by Jazz Horn Music/Warner-Tamerlane Pub. Corp. BMI/Bee Mo Easy Music ASCAP/Alruby .

  2. Fun if Not Wow. Reviewed in the United States on August 9, Verified Purchase. Doo-Bop has the distinction of being arguably the next-most controversial album released by Miles Davis after On the Corner. And there are similarities in the influences and background of both. In each instance, Miles wanted to capture the "sounds of the streets" popular during the times of each-- funk and rock of the early 70s for On the Corner, /5().

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