Milestones (CL 1193) is a studio album by American jazz trumpeter and composer Miles Davis, recorded with his "first great quintet" augmented as a sextet. It was released in 1958 by Columbia Records. Tenor saxophonist John Coltrane's return to Davis' group in 1958 coincided with the "modal phase" albums: Milestones and Kind of Blue (1959) are both considered essential examples of 1950s modern jazz. Davis at this point was experimenting with modes – scale patterns other than major and minor.
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Milestones September 2, 1958. March 4, 1958 (b) Miles Davis (tpt, p); Cannonball Adderley (as); John Coltrane (ts); Red Garland (p); Paul Chambers (b); Philly Joe Jones (d) All tracks recorded at Columbia 30th Street Studio, NYC. Dr. Jackle. Straight, No Chaser Recorded in support of Kind of Blue, the best-selling jazz album of all time. 4CD set includes concerts recorded in Paris, Copenhagen and Stockholm from original master tapes. 1LP features the concert from Copenhagen and 2LP features the concerts from Paris.
Milestones is a music boxset/compilation recording by MILES DAVIS (Jazz ive Rock) released in 2007 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette.
Milestones was Davis' first album to employ a sextet. Besides Davis himself, the featured players were Red Garland on piano (replaced on Kind of Blue by the incomparable Bill Evans), Paul Chambers on bass, Philly Joe Jones on drums (who also left the sextet before Kind of Blue, replaced by Jimmy Cobb), and most importantly, the dual saxophonists Julian "Cannonball" Adderley and John Coltrane. Both men had recorded with Davis in various incarnations of his quintet, but here, working together for the first time (and, not incidentally, drug-free), their contrasting styles seem to feed off each other and push each musician to greater heights. Besides the Coltrane-Adderley pairing, Davis' other real masterstroke on Milestones is the title track, a sprightly quasi-bop number that is one of only two original Davis compositions on the entire disc (compared with Kind of Blue, which was entirely Davis').