Silent Way. Members: Gábor Czvikovszky, Gyenge Lajos, Mihály Farkas, Péter Glaser. BMC CD 001. Silent Way. Standby (CD, Album). Budapest Music Center Records.
In a Silent Way is a studio album by American jazz trumpeter, composer, and bandleader Miles Davis, released on July 30, 1969, on Columbia Records. Produced by Teo Macero, the album was recorded in one session date on February 18, 1969, at CBS 30th Street Studio in New York City.
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In a Silent Way (イン・ア・サイレント・ウェイ In A Sairento Wei) is the Stand of Sandman, featured in Steel Ball Run. In a Silent Way is a humanoid Stand, decorated in an assortment of references to art of the indigenous peoples of the Americas, including a war bonnetW and a head/face resembling the Mosaic mask of Tezcatlipoca. Its arms and torso bear small, evenly spaced studs/bumps, and it wears two columns of two or three roses on its chest.
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Silent Way - Standby. Photo of Silent Way - Standby. More albums of Silent Way: This Time. This album was released on the label Budapest Music Center Records (catalog number BMC CD 001). This album was released in 2002 year.
The Complete In a Silent Way Sessions.
Silent Way 7" by Silent Way, released 16 May 2009 1. I Wanna Be Your Terrorist 2. Finished 3. Kill All Celebrities With A Staple Gun 4. Smiles This seven-inch was our first "real" recording session. In the hands of the experienced Ryan Jones, this session probably represents the easiest time we've had recording anything (also we only did four songs that totaled a little over eight minutes). All the instruments were tracked separately, and guitars were doubled-up. We recorded everything within the span of a weekend in February 2011
However, In a Silent Way is not quite ambient, nor is it minimalistic music - Davis’s brash shifts from solo to solo forbid such obvious classifications. Instead, it’s simply experimental (as general as that word will allow) and inclusive to his colleagues’ move away from the acoustic bombast. Though he was likely attacking rock for the popularity it siphoned from post-war jazz, Davis neither intended to beat or join the trend. Instead he crafted something new: a predecessor to synth-pop, ambient, drone, experimental rock, and several challenging new waves of jazz. And while all this talk of the unique status and scandal of In a Silent Way may seem as if the album would sound as abrasive as something crafted by Peter Brötzmann or that of today’s noise artists, first-time listeners may be pleasantly surprised by just how atmospheric, calming, head-nodding, toe-tapping - even rhythmic - it plays.