Blue In Green (track) by Miles Davis
Blue In Green appears on the following album(s) by Miles Davis:
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|Rating||Date updated||Member||Track ratings||Avg. track rating|
|23 hours ago||Timestarter||971||90/100|
|3 days ago||StefanR10||1,094||86/100|
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This track is rated in the top 1% of all tracks on BestEverAlbums.com. This track has a mean average rating of 89.0/100. The trimmed mean (excluding outliers) is 90.0/100. The standard deviation for this track is 11.1.
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So delicate, so romantic, this is my favorite track of this wonderful album. The song itself is the most concise track on the album reaching a running time 5 and half minutes, the shortest of the 5 songs. The approach is simple enough, Evans will hold it down on the piano while Davis and Coltrane take a solo with a short piano break linking them.
So moody is Davis' trumpet, so much expression and passion as he dynamically squeals out a note before resolving the line smoothly, calm and collected. Soft and gentle like holding a baby, Davis' trumpet is so beautiful and soaked in affection that the track fills me with so much emotion.
This song bleeds beauty. Truly magnificent.