Miles Davis Classic Albums Timeline

1949

Birth of the Cool

We know Miles changed the course of Jazz five times - because he told us! This was arguably the first with a nonet (9 piece) that existed just for this album.

Tracks
  1. Move
  2. Jeru
  3. Moon Dreams
  4. Venus de Milo
  5. Budo
  6. Deception
  7. Godchild
  8. Boplicity
  9. Rocker
  10. Israel
  11. Rouge
Grammy Hall of Fame
1950

Sarah Vaughan In Hi Fi

Miles played on tracks 1-8 and 15-21. He was also arrested on narcotics charges in LA September 1950, which impacted his career, even though he was later aquitted.

Tracks
  1. East of the Sun
  2. Nice Work If You Can Get It
  3. Pinky
  4. The Nearness of You
  5. Come Rain or Come Shine
  6. Mean to Me
  7. It Might as Well Be Spring
  8. Can't Get Out of This Mood
  9. Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year
  10. Ooh
  11. What-Cha Doin' to Me
  12. Goodnight My Love
play my version of So What
1951

The New Sounds of Miles Davis

The New Sounds is the debut solo studio album

Tracks
  1. Conception 4:05
  2. Dig 7:37
  3. My Old Flame 6:38
  4. It's Only a Paper Moon
1951

Blue Period

The start of the Prestige records era. The third studio album. Similar to previous two albums. A return to a more blowing style

Tracks
  1. Bluing 9:53
  2. Blue Room 2:47
  3. Out of the Blue 6:13
1951

Birdland 1951

Live at Birdland on Blue Note Records

Tracks
  1. Move
  2. Half Nelson
  3. Down
  4. Out of the Blue
  5. Tempus Fugit
  6. The Squirrel
  7. Lady Bird
1953

Miles Davis Plays the Compositions of Al Cohn

Tracks
  1. A1 Tasty Pudding 3:19
  2. Floppy 5:59
  3. Willie the Wailer 4:25
  4. For Adults Only 5:32
1953

Miles Davis Quartet

Miles kicks his drug dependency by going cold turkey locking himsrlf in a guest house on his fathers farm

Tracks
  1. When Lights Are Low
  2. Tune Up
  3. Miles Ahead
  4. Smooch
  5. four
  6. Old Devil Moon
1953

Young Man With a Horn

Young Man with a Horn, also known as Miles Davis, Vol. 1

Tracks
  1. Dear Old Stockholm 4:09
  2. Would'n You 3:21
  3. Yesterdays 3:41
  4. Chance It 2:59
  5. Donna 3:09
  6. How Deep Is the Ocean? 4:35
1953

Miles Davis, Vol. 2

compilation

Tracks
  1. Tempus Fugit 3:47
  2. Enigma 3:19
  3. Ray's Idea 3:40
  4. Kelo 3:15
  5. I Waited for You 3:26
  6. C.T.A. 3:30
1954

Miles Davis Quintet

Tracks
  1. Solar 4:41
  2. You Don't Know What Love Is 4:21
  3. I'll Remember April 7:51
1954

Miles Davis, Vol. 3

compilation

Tracks
  1. Take-Off 3:37
  2. It Never Entered My Mind 4:00
  3. Well You Needn't 5:20
  4. Lazy Susan 4:00
  5. Weirdo 4:41
  6. The Leap 4:28
1954

Miles Davis With Sonny Rollins

As Miles’ star rose at Prestige, so he was able to take on a de facto A and R role, urging his label to record younger players, and even offering to record with them including Sonny Rollins’ turn—he was Miles’ preferred saxophonist at this time

Tracks
  1. Airegin 4:56
  2. Oleo 5:09
  3. But Not for Me 5:40
  4. Doxy 4:50
1954

Miles Davis Quartet Blue Haze

Tracks
  1. When Lights Are Low 3:24
  2. Tune Up 3:52
  3. Miles Ahead 4:27
  4. Smooch 3:04
  5. Four 4:00
  6. That Old Devil Moon 3:22
  7. Blue Haze 6:08
1955

Blue Moods

Miles was fresh from his triumph at the 1955 Newport Jazz Festival when he agreed to record for his old friend Charles Mingus’ label

Tracks
  1. Nature Boy 6:14
  2. Alone Together 7:17
  3. There's No You 8:06
  4. Easy Living 5:03
1955

Miles Davis All Stars, Vol. 1

n the final week of 1954, Miles pulled together another top-tier lineup—this time billed as his all stars—to record four lengthy tracks that would yield his final two 10” titles for Prestige: Miles Davis All Stars, Vol. 1 and 2. The group lived up to the promise of the title; Thelonious Monk, Milt Jackson and the same bass/drums combination off Walkin’- Percy Heath and Kenny Clarke.

Tracks
  1. Bag's Groove 11:06
  2. Swing Spring 10:41
1954

Miles Davis Quintet

Tracks
  1. Solar 4:41
  2. You Don't Know What Love Is 4:21
  3. I'll Remember April
1955

The Musings of Miles

This was a forerunner of the Miles Davis Quintet By the fall, John Coltrane and Paul Chambers would come aboard to help form the first of a continuum of great Davis working groups

Tracks
  1. Will You Still Be Mine?
  2. I See Your Face Before Me
  3. I Didn't
  4. A Gal in Calico
  5. A Night in Tunisia
  6. Green Haze
1955

Miles Davis and Milt Jackson Quintet Sextet

Recorded in the summer of 1955, this session was a half-year after the famed meeting of Davis and Jackson with Thelonious Monk on Christmas Eve 1954

Tracks
  1. Dr. Jackle
  2. Bitty Ditty
  3. Minor March
  4. Changes
1955

Miles

The first great Quintet Clltrane, Garland, Chambers, and Jones

Tracks
  1. Just Squeeze Me (But Don't Tease Me)
  2. There Is No Greater Love
  3. How Am I to Know?
  4. S'posin
  5. The Theme
  6. Stablemates
1955

Circle in the Round

October this year Miles has polyps surgery. Told to rest his voice he argues with the manager of Birdland, which permanently damges his voice"

Tracks
  1. Two Bass Hit 3:44
  2. Love for Sale 11:49
  3. Blues No. 2 6:48
  4. Circle in the Round 26:17
  5. Teo's Bag 5:57
  6. Side Car I 5:00
  7. Side Car II 3:34
  8. Splash 8:30
  9. Sanctuary 8:50
  10. Guinnevere 18:10
1955

'Round About Midnight

his debut for CBS -- is more than solid but just a shade less than essential

Tracks
  1. 'Round Midnight
  2. Ah-Leu-Cha
  3. All of You
  4. Bye Bye Blackbird
  5. Tadd's Delight
  6. Dear Old Stockholm
1956

Cookin' with the Miles Davis Quintet

Tracks
  1. My Funny Valentine 5:57
  2. Blues by Five 9:53
  3. Airegin 4:22
  4. Tune Up / When Lights Are Low 13:03
1956

Miles Davis And Horns

The sextet tracks with Sonny Rollins and Bennie Green were the first recordings Miles made after his affiliation with Capitol ended, a hiatus of approximately 10 months.

Tracks
  1. Tasty Pudding
  2. Floppy
  3. Willie The Wailer
  4. For Adults Only
  5. Morpheus
  6. Down
  7. Blue Room – Take 1 and 2
  8. Whispering
1957

Ascenseur pour l'échafaud

Tracks
  1. Générique 2:52
  2. L'assassinat de Carala 2:12
  3. Sur l'autoroute 2:21
  4. Julien dans l'ascenseur 2:13
  5. Florence sur les Champs-Elysées 2:53
  6. Dîner au motel 3:59
  7. Evasion de Julien 0:55
  8. Visite du vigile 2:05
  9. Au bar du petit bac 2:55
  10. Chez le photographe du motel 3:55
French film score. Miles just improvised along with the film score - amazing!
1957

Miles Ahead

As The Birth of the Cool of 1949 and 1951 revealed how effective post-bop jazz and 20th Century classical sonorities could work together—and also how Miles and arranger Gil Evans were such an effective match—Miles Ahead was the album that allowed that fusion and that team to reach full maturity

Tracks
  1. Springsville
  2. The Maids of Cadiz
  3. The Duke
  4. My Ship
  5. Miles Ahead
  6. Blues for Pablo
  7. New Rhumba
  8. The Meaning of the Blues
  9. Lament
  10. I Don't Wanna Be Kissed (By Anyone but You)
Grammy Hall of Fame 1992
1958

Relaxin' With the Miles Davis Quintet

The Miles Davis Quintet of 1955-’57 was a phenomenon that left many jaws dropping. 1958 saw Coltrane, Cannonball Adderley, Red Chambers and Philly Joe Jones

Tracks
  1. If I Were a Bell 8:13
  2. You're My Everything 5:15
  3. I Could Write a Book 5:06
  4. Oleo 6:15
  5. It Could Happen to You 6:34
  6. Woody 'n You 4:59
1958

Porgy and Bess

George Gershwin's Porgy and Bess performed by Miles and Gil Evans. Miles’ and Evans’ A sensitive reworking of the over-worked tunes from the Gershwin brothers’ jazz opera

Tracks
  1. The Buzzard Song
  2. Bess
  3. You Is My Woman Now
  4. Gone
  5. Gone
  6. Gone
  7. Gone
  8. Summertime
  9. Bess
  10. Oh Where's My Bess
  11. Prayer (Oh Doctor Jesus)
  12. Fisherman
  13. Strawberry and Devil Crab
  14. My Man's Gone Now
  15. It Ain't Necessarily So
  16. Here Come de Honey Man
  17. I Loves You
  18. Porgy
  19. 7 There's a Boat That's Leaving Soon for New York
Grammy Hall of Fame 1992
1958

Milestones

The post-bop way of handling harmony and rhythm, with some of Miles’ mainstay sidemen

Tracks
  1. Dr. Jekyll
  2. Sid's Ahead
  3. Two Bass Hit
  4. Miles
  5. Billy Boy
  6. Straight
  7. No Chaser
Grammy Hall of Fame 2004
1959

Kind of Blue

The all-time greatest jazz album? Top 3. Consistently in the top 10 jazz charts ever since! Lineup; ‘Cannonball’ Adderley (alto saxophone), John Coltrane (tenor saxophone), Bill Evans (piano) or Wynton Kelly (piano), Paul Chambers (bass), and Jimmy Cobb (drums)

Tracks
  1. So What
  2. Freddie Freeloader
  3. Blue in Green
  4. All Blues [misprinted as Flamenco Sketches]
  5. Flamenco Sketches [misprinted as All Blues]
Grammy Hall of Fame 1992
1959

Workin' With the Miles Davis Quintet

all the 'with the Miles Davis Quintet' albums were recorded in 1956 then released years later

Tracks
  1. It Never Entered My Mind 5:23
  2. Four 7:12
  3. In Your Own Sweet Way 5:42
  4. The Theme (Take #1) 1:58
  5. Trane's Blues 8:33
  6. Ahmad's Blues 7:23
  7. Half Nelson 4:46
  8. The Theme (Take #2) 1:05
1959

Sketches of Spain

Miles plays Spanish Keys - geddit? Another Gil Evans era collab

Tracks
  1. Concierto de Aranjuez
  2. Will o' the Wisp
  3. The Pan Piper
  4. Saeta
  5. Solea
Grammy Hall of Fame 1992
1961

Steamin' With the Miles Davis Quintet

Tracks
  1. Surrey With the Fringe on Top
  2. Salt Peanuts
  3. Something I Dreamed Last Night
  4. Diane
  5. Well You Needn't
  6. When I Fall in Love
1961

Someday My Prince Will Come

the switch back to a small-group effort following the big-band project Sketches of Spain. An early collab with producer Teo Macero. That's Miles' wife, dancer Frances Taylor Davis, on the cover.

Tracks
  1. Someday My Prince Will Come 9:06
  2. Old Folks 5:16
  3. Pfrancing 8:32
  4. Drad Dog 4:30
  5. Teo 9:35
  6. I Thought About You 4:30
1962

Quiet Nights

Tracks
  1. Song #2 1:35
  2. Once Upon a Summertime 3:25
  3. Aos pes da cruz 4:14
  4. Song #1 4:32
  5. Wait Till You See Her 4:02
  6. Corcovado 2:41
  7. Summer Night 6:03
1962

Sorcerer

the third studio album featuring Miles with his Shorter-Hancock-Carter-Williams lineup

Tracks
  1. Prince of Darkness
  2. Pee Wee
  3. Masqualero
  4. The Sorcerer
  5. Limbo
  6. Vonetta
  7. Nothing Like You
1963

Seven Steps to Heaven

Recorded in two sessions a month apart in early 1963—each with a different quintet—Seven Steps is proof positive that by this point of Miles’ career, any group he assembled was going to yield top-level music

Tracks
  1. Basin Street Blues 10:29
  2. Seven Steps to Heaven 6:24
  3. I Fall in Love Too Easily 6:47
  4. So Near
  5. So Far 7:00
  6. Baby Won't You Please Come Home 8:27
  7. Joshua 7:01
play my version of Seven Steps
1965

My Funny Valentine

[live] On February 12, 1964, Miles recorded at New York’s Philharmonic Hall, then just two years old and Valentine’s Day two days away. The concert was a benefit for not one, but three African-American NAACP

Tracks
  1. My Funny Valentine 14:54
  2. All of You 14:44
  3. Stella by Starlight 12:55
  4. All Blues 8:52
  5. I Thought About You 11:08
1965

E.S.P.

Miles’ Second Great Quintet hit the ground running—perhaps skating more accurately describes the fluidity they achieved among them at an amazingly rapid rate. Wayne Shorter joined in September of 1964

Tracks
  1. E.S.P 5:27
  2. Eighty-One 6:11
  3. Little One 7:21
  4. R.J. 3:56
  5. Agitation 7:46
  6. Iris 8:29
  7. Mood 8:50
1966

Miles Smiles

If there is one studio recording that truly captures the Second Great Quintet establishing its identity, Miles Smiles—recorded over two days in October 1966—is it. Miles insisted Herbie Hancock stop playing chords with his left hand, on only use his right, effectively liberating the music from being locked into harmonic patterns. It worked!

Tracks
  1. Orbits 4:35
  2. Circle 5:52
  3. Footprints 9:44
  4. Dolores 6:20
  5. Freedom Jazz Dance 7:11
  6. Ginger Bread Boy 7:40
Grammy Hall of Fame 2016
1967

Nefertiti

By 1966, the producers at CBS Records—that was most often Teo Macero—had learned to roll tape early and often at a Miles Davis session, catching rehearsal and first-takes as well as the final sessions. In some cases, like the title track of Nefertiti in the first week of June 1967, it truly paid off. Miles would do this again on Jack Johnson.

Tracks
  1. Nefertiti 7:52
  2. Fall 6:37
  3. Hand Jive 8:55
  4. Madness 7:32
  5. Riot 3:05
  6. Pinocchio 5:05
1968

Miles in the Sky

One of Miles' first forays into fusion. Recorded in January and May of 1968—four lengthy tunes that began to explore the use of electric piano and electric bass

Tracks
  1. Stuff 17:00
  2. Paraphernalia 12:36
  3. Black Comedy 7:26
  4. Country Son 13:50
1968

Filles de Kilimanjaro

Behind Filles de Kilimanjaro, and also on its cover, is a woman who greatly influenced Miles. They were married briefly in 1968, the year the album was recorded, in June and September. She was 23, Miles was 42. Betty Mabry was her name

Tracks
  1. Frelon brun (Brown Hornet) 5:40
  2. Tout de suite 14:07
  3. Petits machins (Little Stuff) 8:07
  4. Filles de Kilimanjaro (Girls of Kilimanjaro) 12:03
  5. Mademoiselle Mabry (Miss Mabry) 16:33
1969

In a Silent Way

Probably #2 in the Top 3 Miles albums. Miles could not wait to record this Joe Zawinul composition. Features a white British guitarist called John McLaughlin who went on to play on seveal subsequent albums.

Tracks
    play my version of In a Silent Way
    Grammy Hall of Fame 2001
    1969

    Bitches Brew

    A landmark album. It is dissonant at times. Chaotic, but changed the course of Jazz.

    Tracks
    1. Pharaoh's Dance 20:03
    2. Bitches Brew 27:00
    3. Spanish Key 17:32
    4. John McLaughlin 4:22
    5. Miles Runs the Voodoo Down 14:01
    6. Sanctuary 10:56
    Grammy for Best Jazz performance
    1969

    Big Fun

    Another testament to Teo Macero's magic editing process. It features a sitar and alludes to eastern mysticism. I rate it highly.

    Tracks
    1. Great Expectations 27:34
    2. Ife 21:33
    3. Go Ahead John 28:26
    4. Lonely Fire 21:21
    1970

    Black Beauty

    Live at the Fillmore West auditorium, San Francisco

    Tracks
    1. Directions
    2. Miles Runs The Voodoo Down
    3. Willie Nelson
    4. I Fall In Love Too Easily
    5. Sanctuary
    6. It's About That Time
    7. Bitches Brew
    8. Masqualero
    9. Spanish Key / The Theme
    1970

    A Tribute to Jack Johnson

    My #1 Miles album, the best horn solo ever, a total groove that was accidental. Miles walked in on a Jam with Billy Cobham and John McLaughlin, he started playing, Ted Maceo pressed record and the rest is History!

    Tracks
    1. Right Off
    2. Yesternow
    1970

    Live-Evil

    Another somewhat dissonant album in the mold of Bitches Brew but that's mot a bad thing!

    Tracks
    1. Sivad 15:15
    2. Little Church 3:15
    3. Medley: Gemini / Double Image 5:54
    4. What I Say 21:11
    5. Nem um talvez 4:03
    6. Selim 2:13
    7. Funky Tonk 23:26
    8. Inamorata and Narration by Conrad Roberts 26:37
    1972

    On the Corner

    80's funk taken to the next level. Inspired by electronic composer and tape-music pioneer Karlheinz Stockhausen and produced by Paul Buckmaster—the British producer and arranger

    Tracks
    1. On the Corner 2:58
    2. New York Girl 1:32
    3. Thinkin' One Thing and Doin' Another 1:42
    4. Vote for Miles 8:45
    5. Black Satin 5:16
    6. One and One 6:09
    7. Helen Butte 16:06
    8. Mr. Freedom X
    1972

    Get Up With It

    Tracks come from sessions between 1970 and 1974 and a bit variable quality

    Tracks
    1. He Loved Him Madly 30:29
    2. Maiysha 14:52
    3. Honky Tonk 5:54
    4. Rated X 6:50 C Calypso Frelimo 32:07
    5. Red China Blues 4:10
    6. Mtume 15:08
    7. Billy Preston 12:35
    1974

    Dark Magus

    Live - Al Foster’s powerful drumming, Michael Henderson’s deep grooves, James “Mtume” Forman’s Afro percussion and, at first, two and then three guitars. Pete Cosey—a habitué of the blues and the Chicago Black avant-garde—revisited Jimi Hendrix’s legacy

    Tracks
    1. Moja
    2. Wili
    3. Tatu
    4. Nne
    1975

    Pangaea

    Double disc live recording

    Tracks
    1. Zimbabwe Part I 20:25
    2. Zimbabwe Part II 21:13
    3. Gondwana Part I 23:23
    4. Gondwana Part II 23:57
    1975

    Agharta

    Another double disc live recording contemporary to Pangaea

    Tracks
    1. Prelude (Part 1) 22:34
    2. Prelude (Part 2) / Maiysha 23:01
    3. Interlude 26:17
    4. Theme From Jack Johnson 25:59
    1976

    Water Babies

    Tracks
    1. Water Babies 5:06
    2. Capricorn 8:27
    3. Sweet Pea 7:59
    4. Two Faced 18:01
    5. Dual Mr. Tillman Anthony 13:18
    1981

    Directions

    In 1976, when Miles’ withdrawal from the scene seemed to go on forever, Columbia released an album bringing together two different periods on each side of a single LP - recordings from 1967 and 68.

    Tracks
    1. Song of Our Country 3:23
    2. 'Round Midnight 7:40
    3. So Near
    4. So Far 5:14
    5. Limbo 5:31
    6. Water on the Pond 7:00
    7. Fun 4:09
    8. Directions I 6:45
    9. Directions II 4:51
    10. Ascent 14:40
    11. Duran 10:55
    12. Konda 14:06
    13. Willie Nelson 10:18
    1981

    We Want Miles

    The album combines recordings from the first live appearances by Davis in more than five years, at Boston's Kix Club, on June 27, 1981. Mike Stern, Marcus Miller and Al Foster

    Tracks
    1. "Jean-Pierre" – 10:30
    2. "Back Seat Betty" – 8:10
    3. "Fast Track" – 15:10
    4. "Jean-Pierre" – 4:00
    5. My Man's Gone Now
    6. Kix
    1981

    The Man with the Horn

    Miles’ nephew Vince Wilburn persuaded his uncle in New York to join his band in the studio. He also met the saxophonist Bill Evans, the bass guitarist Marcus Miller (for the first time?), and called the drummer Al Foster back.

    Tracks
    1. Fat Time 9:53
    2. Back Seat Betty 11:15
    3. Shout 5:52
    4. Aida 8:10
    5. The Man With the Horn 6:32
    6. Ursula 10:50
    1982

    Star People

    Tom Barney temporarily replaced Marcus Miller, and John Scofield was called in to assist Mike Stern. Wow!

    Tracks
    1. Come Get It 11:22
    2. It Gets Better 9:47
    3. Speak 8:24
    4. Star People 18:44
    5. U 'n' I 5:55
    6. Star on Cicely 4:23
    1983

    Decoy

    The same Chicago band as on The Man With The Horn

    Tracks
    1. Decoy 8:33
    2. Robot 415 0:59
    3. Code M.D. 5:56
    4. Freaky Deaky 4:30
    5. What It Is 4:32
    6. That's Right 11:11
    7. That's What Happened 3:31
    1985

    You're Under Arrest

    first outing for covers of “Human Nature, recorded by the group Toto for Michael Jackson, and Cyndi Lauper’s “Time After Time”

    Tracks
    1. One Phone Call / Street Scenes 4:34
    2. Human Nature 4:30
    3. Intro: MD 1 / Something's on Your Mind / MD 2 7:17
    4. Ms. Morrisine 4:57
    5. Katia Prelude 0:40
    6. Katia 7:37
    7. Time After Time 3:37
    8. You're Under Arrest 6:14
    9. Medley: Jean Pierre / You're Under Arrest / Then There
    1986

    Tutu

    The third time Miles changed the course of music? I've lost count! A 'finished' Marcus Miller album that Miels, who knew a good thing, made his own.

    Tracks
    1. Tutu 5:15
    2. Tomaas 5:32
    3. Portia 6:18
    4. Splatch 4:45
    5. Backyard Ritual 4:49
    6. Perfect Way 4:32
    7. Don't Lose Your Mind 5:49
    8. Full Nelson 5:05
    hear my version of Tutu
    Grammy
    1987

    Siesta

    A soundtrack album using the same concept and band as Tutu primarily Marcus Miller.

    Tracks
    1. Lost in Madrid Part I 1:47
    2. Siesta / Kitt's Kiss / Lost in Madrid Part II 7:00
    3. Theme for Augustine / Wind / Seduction / Kiss 6:31
    4. Submission 2:41
    5. Lost in Madrid Part III 0:45
    6. Conchita / Lament 6:53
    7. Lost in Madrid Part IV / Rat Dance / The Call 1:44
    8. Claire / Lost in Madrid Part V 4:33
    9. Afterglow 1:40
    10. Los Feliz 4:34
    1989

    Amandla

    Another child of Tutu and Miles’ final collaboration with bassist/producer Marcus Miller

    Tracks
    1. Catembe 5:38
    2. Cobra 5:16
    3. Big Time 5:41
    4. Hannibal 5:50
    5. Jo-Jo 4:51
    6. Amandla 5:21
    7. Jilli 5:06
    8. Mr. Pastorius 5:42
    1989

    Aura

    Miles’ last album on the Columbia label were recorded in 1985 but not released until 1989

    Tracks
    1. Intro 4:48
    2. White 6:07
    3. Yellow 6:55
    4. Orange 8:41
    5. Red 6:05
    6. Green 8:13
    7. Blue 6:36
    8. Electric Red 4:19
    9. Indigo 6:06
    10. Violet 9:0
    1991

    Dingo

    Dingo was the film in which Miles chose to play himself and this is its soundtrack

    Tracks
    1. Kimberley Trumpet 2:15
    2. The Arrival 2:05
    3. Concert on the Runway 3:50
    4. The Departure 1:05
    5. Dingo Howl 0:08
    6. Letter as Hero 1:22
    7. Trumpet Cleaning 3:56
    8. The Dream 3:45
    9. Paris Walking I 1:58
    10. Paris Walking II 3:17
    11. Kimberley Trumpet in Paris 2:05
    12. The Music Room 2:50
    13. Club Entrance 4:12
    14. The Jam Session 6:00
    15. 5 Going Home 2:05
    16. Surprise! 4:52
    1991

    Doo-Bop

    Miles’ died on September 28, 1991 leaving this album unfinished.

    Tracks
    1. Mystery 3:55
    2. The Doo Bop Song 5:00
    3. Chocolate Chip 4:38
    4. High Speed Chase 4:41
    5. Blow 5:06
    6. Sonya 5:31
    7. Fantasy 4:35
    8. Duke Booty 4:55
    9. Mystery (Reprise) 1:29
    Grammy Hall of Fame 1992
    1998

    Panthalassa

    Intelligent compilation of the fusion era

    Tracks
    1. In a Silent Way / Shhh/Peaceful / It's About That Time 15:20
    2. Black Satin / What If / Agharta Prelude Dub 16:06
    3. Rated X / Billy Preston 14:34
    4. He Loved Him Madly 13:38
    2019

    Rubberband

    Long after Miles has passed, and music went digital some bright spark record exec thought there would be money in this. Rubberband is the lost Miles Davis album he recorded as soon as he signed to Warner Bros. Recorded in Los Angeles from October 1985 to January 1986

    Tracks
    1. Rubberband of Life 5:44
    2. feat. Ledisi (lead vocals)
    3. This Is It 4:36
    4. Paradise 6:11
    5. feat. Medina Johnson (lead vocals)
    6. So Emotional 5:18
    7. feat. Lalah Hathaway (lead vocals)
    8. Give It Up 6:18
    9. Maze 4:10
    10. Carnival Time 4:23
    11. I Love What We Make Together 5:05
    12. feat. Randy Hall (lead vocals)
    13. See I See 4:19
    14. Echoes in Time / The Wrinkle 9:25
    15. Rubberband 6:12

    see also Miles Davis

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