The best pre-1954 Miles Davis album.
Davis plays an aggressive bebop style, not at all characteristic of his work in New York with the nonet and Dameron's Big Ten; his solos are marked by eighth- and sixteenth-note runs into the upper register, almost as if he set out to prove something to someone-pertheps to Parker.
His solos represent probably the best bebop, he ever played.
2. Good bait
3. Don't blame me
4. Lady bird
5. Wah hoo
6. Allen's Alley
7. Embracceable you
9. All the things you are
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